Le péché originel

Dr Laurence Brown Le concept de péché originel est totalement étranger au judaïsme et au christianisme oriental, et n'a été accepté que dans l'Église occidentale. Par ailleurs, les notions de péché chrétienne et islamique sont presque antinomiques sur certains aspects. Par exemple, la notion de « péché par la pensée » n'existe [...]

2018-01-01T18:56:45+00:00 January 1st, 2018|Islam et Autres Croyances|

Muslim Slaves: America’s First Muslims

With the approach of Black History month, rising Islamophobia, and the portrayal of Islam as a religion that is foreign to America, it is important for us to look back at the history of Muslims in this country. The identity of slaves who came to America is rarely mentioned [...]

Shariah Laws and Women: Interpretations and Misinterpretations

By Dr. Jasser Auda Women’s issues are the real test for the current Islamic reform. The reason is that groundless and unfair differentiation between men and women is deeply embedded in many popular opinions that we inherited from the eras of decline of the Islamic civilization. First of all, it [...]

2017-12-19T19:23:56+00:00 January 31st, 2015|Islam, Islam et Question de Genre, Women in Islam|

Gender Equity in Islam

Jamal A. Badawi, Ph.D. World Assembly of Muslim Youth I. Introduction & Methodology When dealing with the Islamic perspective of any topic, there should be a clear distinction between the normative teachings of Islam and the diverse cultural practices among Muslims, which may or may not be consistent with them. [...]

2017-12-01T00:19:28+00:00 December 15th, 2014|FAQs, gender-relations-in-islam, social-ties, Solutions to Social Issues|
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