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Islamic Perspectives on Peace

Islamic Perspectives on Peace
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Tradition or, let’s say, heritage, is difficult to overcome. But this is precisely what the Muslim has to do, look to the future, promoting of uf, the good, and avoiding munkar, the bad.
—H.E. Abdurraham Wahid, President of Indonesia (1999-2001)

We now have to make a choice—individually and collectively—between confrontation and dialogue, between destruction and construction, between war and diplomacy. True global cooperation will not be possible until we recover an awareness of the ecumenical, ecological, and ethical principles that are at the heart of every spiritual tradition.
—Imam Dr. Abduljalil Sajid, Chair, Muslim Council for Religious and Racial Harmony, United Kingdom

Islam is a universal religion that encompasses women and men from various indigenous communities. Islam promotes the adoption of, or faithfulness to, cultures, so long as those cultures are not in conflict with the laws of the Qur’an.
—Nazlin Omar Rasput, Chairwoman, Muslim Council of Kenya


The Way of Islam, Imam Dr. Abduljalil Sajid

Encounters Among Civilizations
Promoting the Good, H.E. Abdurrahman Wahid
Internal and External Challenges, Dr. M. A. Zaki Badawi
The Starting Point of International Affairs, Dr. Mustansir Mir
Dialogue Within and Among Civilizations, H.E. Dr. Makarim Wibisono

Human Rights
Islamic Human Rights Predate Western Concepts, Grand Imam Sayyed Mohammed Musawi
Problems Stemming from Iblisinism, Professor Sulayman S. Nyang
Quest for Participatory Government, Dr. Imtiyaz Yusuf
A Religion for Every Woman, Nazlin Omar Rasput
Rights for Both Muslims and Non-Muslims, H.E. A. Sware El Dahab

Civic Responsibility
Complementary Rights and Responsibilities, Dr. Irawan Abidin
Justice and Peace are Not Always Binary Options, Dr. Mohd, Manzoor Alam
Self-Governance Takes Time, Daisy Khan
Promoting Unity and Community, Dr. Mohamad Abdulrahman Al Habach
Society Needs Religion, Haitham Bundakji

Service Across Boundaries
Religious Youth Service, Fazida Razak
Small Kindness, Yusuf Islam
Children of Abraham, Gul Rukh Rahman
Community Resource Center, Imam Ameer Pasha Salahuddin

Building Bridges
Role of Israeli Arabs, Hon. Walid Sadik
Who Is Our Brother? Sheik Mohammad Kiwan
Breaking the Cycle of Anger, Prof. Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Sons of Abraham as Peace-Leaders, Dr. Hamdi Mohammad Murad Murad

The Qur’an Recognizes Plurality, Dr. Alwi Shihab
Mohammad Came to Bring Blessings to All, Sheikh-ul-Islam Maqsood Qadri
Islam Is a Middle Path, Dr. Tanvir Khan
Expanding Our Horizons, H.E. Hadi Nejad Hosseinian
We Can Choose Peace or Hatred, Imam Mohammed Ali Elahi
Muslims Respect All the Prophets, Dr. Muhammad Al-Habash
Speaking the Language of Peace, Imam Tariq Ansaar Aquil, Sr.
Acknowledge the Past and Move On, Hon. In’am As’ad Qaddourah Al-Mufti
Introducing Faith-Based Identity in Britain, Baroness Manzala Pola Uddin
Healing Interreligious Strife, Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Kazmi

Islamization of Knowledge, Dr. M. Habib Chirzin
Traditional Islamic Education, Dr. Mumtaz Ahmad
Integrating Traditional and Modern Education, Dr. M. Hussin Mutalib
Redirecting the Course of Globalization, Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser al Missned

Appendix: The Jakarta Declaration
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Peace In Our Time
Peace In Our Time
Religion and Global Order: Vol. IV
Religion and Global Order: Vol. IV
Chinese Politics From Mao to Deng
Chinese Politics From Mao to Deng
Genocide in Rwanda: Complicity of the Churches?
Genocide in Rwanda: Complicity of the Churches?
Religion and Social Transformation in Southern Africa
Religion and Social Transformation in Southern Africa
IJWP, 26:1, March 2009, pdf
IJWP, 26:1, March 2009, pdf

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