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Muslims Against the Islamic State: Arab Critics and Supporters of Ali Abdarraziq’s Islamic Laicism

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ISBN: 9783631655542
Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
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Publication Date: 2014-08-15
Number of pages: 361
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The central thesis of this study is that there are religious Muslims who are against the Islamic State for Islamic reasons. Its main goal is to explain Ali Abdarraziq’s (1888–1966) Islamic Laicism and to show the arguments of some of his Arab critics and supporters. Abdarraziq’s Islamic Laicism is based on his Arabic work Islam and the Foundations of Governance: A Research of the Caliphate and Government in Islam (1925). In order to protect the people and the religion from the abuse of power by the state or the mosque, the Islamic Laicists Nasr Abu Zayd, Jamal al-Banna, Faraj Fodah, Abdullahi al-Na’im, and Turki al-Hamad want to separate the religious institutions (the mosque) from the political institutions (the state).

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