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ICIT papers on the Seerah

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Political Dimensions of the Seerah
by Dr Kalim Siddiqui
This paper, on which the late Dr Kalim Siddiqui was still working at the time of his death, outlines some of the areas in which he believed Islamic movement intellectuals must work. It sets out Dr Siddiqui's major belief that the Seerah needs to be reinterpreted for the contemporary Islamic movement.
pp.27.
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The Seerah: A Power Perspective
by Mohammed al-Asi and Zafar Bangash
Imam Mohammed al-Asi and Zafar Bangash address the issue of the Prophet Muhammad's (peace be upon him) understanding and exercise of political power, and draw lessons for Muslims struggling for Islam and social justice in the contemporary Islamic movement.
pp.72.
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The Rise and Decline of the Arab-Islamic Reform Movement
by Basheer M Nafi
This paper traces the intellectual development of the Islamic reform movement in the Arab world from its earliest influences until the present day. A crucial addition to the literature of the Islamic movement.
pp.78.
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Books by Dr Kalim Siddiqui

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Stages of Islamic Revolution
This is Dr Siddiqui's last book, published just days before his death in April 1996. He described it as "a handbook for Islamic activists". It discusses key issues in the Islamic movement, from intellectual revolution to Muslim political thought, 'partial' Islamic movements, and processes of Islamic history. The text is cogent, clear and concise, but vibrantly passionate. Conveying the full depth of his thought, it echoes the author's unique style throughout.
pp.138.
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In Pursuit of the Power of Islam: Major writings of Kalim Siddiqui
Edited by Zafar Bangash
This book brings together fourteen of the late Dr Kalim Siddiqui's most important papers on Muslim political thought and the global Islamic movement, written between 1972 and 1992. There is also an analytical introduction by ICIT director Zafar Bangash.
pp.333.
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Islam: Faith and Practice
by Mahmoud M Ayoub
An excellent presentation of key concepts in Islamic faith and practice, including iman, tauheed, prophethood, revelation, jihad and spirituality.
pp.329.
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The Roots of the Islamic Revolution
by Hamid Algar
An introduction to the Islamic Revolution of Iran, written by the author at a time when no university or research institute had yet undertaken a systematic and sympathetic study of the Revolution.
pp.136.
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Subverting Islam
by Dr Ahmad Ghorab
This book is a brilliant expose of orientalists and their 'centres of Islamic studies'. Among others, the author exposes the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, where he once taught. He spent his life teaching at universities, before he was finally dismissed at the King Saud University in Riyadh for criticising the role and influence of non-Muslim 'experts on Islam'.
pp.88.
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The Verdict of Islamic Law on Blasphemy and Apostasy
by Mohammad Asrar Madani
A detailed and clear explanation of the Islamic positions on blasphemy and apostasy by Dr Asrar Madani, a graduate of the Dar ul-Ulum in Deoband, India, and the Madinah University. He bases his arguments on the Qur'an, Hadith and Seerah of the Prophet, upon whom be peace.
pp.156.
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Internment Camps of Bangladesh
by Loraine Mirza
A shocking and moving account of the plight of the 'Bihari Muslims' - Pakistanis who chose to remain Pakistani when east Pakistan seceded and became Bangladesh in 1971. Persecuted by the Bangladeshis and betrayed by Pakistan and other Muslim states, they have lived in squalid camps ever since. The writer is an American Muslim journalist who has been campaigning for them for nearly 30 years.
pp.172.
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