Modern reformist thought in the Muslim world

Modern reformist thought in the Muslim world
Modern reformist thought in the Muslim world
by Mazheruddin Siddiqi
Published in 1982, Islamic Research Institute (Islamabad)



This  book  is  an  insightful  introduction  into  modern  efforts   at  reflecting   on   the  key  themes  of   islam,  Allah,  Nabuwwat,  ijtihad,  shariah,  it   describes  the  intellectual  efforts[sir  sayyed,  shaykh  abdu,  allama  iqbal…]   of  brave  souls  to  liberate   islam  from  the  ALCATRAZ  created  by  thuggish  pseudo-taqlid.

Good  english.

A   must   for  parents   and  university  students.

Careful  study  and  rereading  this  book   is  key   to  acquiring  a  critical,  penetrating  dynamic  understanding  of  the  key  themes,  idea-lungs  of  islam.  this  can  than  be  discussed  with  children.

from  maulana  munir  hassan


This category [Alternative Madrasa]:

calls  muslims   to  take   an   active,   vibrant,  self-critical…      ACADEMIC   AND   INTELLECTUAL  INTEREST   in   islam,


introduces   book   titles,   websites,   names of   scholars…,


calls   upon   parents   to   take  an   active  interest   in the  islamic   education   and   intellectualization   of  their  children.

i,   MAULANA   munir   hassan,   am   raizing  the   red  flag   that   the   so-called   islamic   school  system  cannot,   will  never,   and   is   genetically   UN-ABLE   to  deliver  an  islamic   EDUCATION,   INTELLECTUALIZATION…

the   darul  ulooms   are   intellectual   sewers,  sources  of   a  hate   pandemic   that   is   mutilating   the  umma   and   humanity  at  large  compare   the   intellectual   culture  of   the   Harvards,   Oxfords,   UCTs…,   with  the   darul  ulooms,   anti-ilms   masquerading   as   ulama  have   NO  grasp   of   curriculum,  didactics,  sociology   of  education….


Dear  first  time  visitor,  please  visit  the

( About  Maulana  Munir  Hassan  and  this  blog ) Page,

it  will  put  things  in  perspective  for  you.  JazaakallaaH

([munirblog]) (@) [[(gmail)]] [[dot]] (com))

Salaamat  wa  Aadaab


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