The Peoples of Islam - 2017

The divisions in the Middle East: not only Sunnis and Shiites

In the Gulf crisis, Ulama and preachers have aligned not according to religious but political orientation

05/07/2017 | Michele Brignone

Resistance in Qatar

Saudi Arabia and the Emirates thought that Doha would have quickly surrendered to pressures, but the crisis will be long

04/07/2017 | Rolla Scolari

Those Shrines Destroyed by the Extremist Fury

From Pakistan to Mali, by way of Tunisia and Egypt, extremist groups annihilated ancient monuments

27/06/2017 | Redazione

Sufi Orders and the Turkish Coup d’Etat

The Sufi tradition has shaped Islam in Turkey and is at the origin of those movements and parties that today are key players in the country’s politics

27/06/2017 | Alberto Fabio Ambrosio

Who are the Sufis?

Brotherhood, mysticism, saints, and mausoleums. A guide to understanding the most spiritual stream of Islam and its history

27/06/2017 | Chiara Pellegrino

The Emirates, or the Gulf's “Little Sparta"

Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and his support for another ambitious prince (on the raise) in Riyadh

27/06/2017 | Cinzia Bianco

Religious Authorities in Islam

Who speaks for Muslims

03/04/2017 | Michele Brignone
Husein ef. Kavazović, the Reis-ul-ulema of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Islam in Bosnia and its Institutional Face

Islam in Europe. Interview with the chief of the Muslim community of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Summer 2014

24/03/2017 | Martino Diez
Turkish Mps vote for the new Contitution

Turkey Towards Erdoğan’s Authoritarian Presidentialism

The constitutional referendum in Turkey will be held on April 16, 2017. The proposed constitutional reform, promoted by the Erdoğan’s AKP, introduces presidentialism

21/03/2017 | Francesca Miglio

Is it Possible to Reform Islam?

The dialectic between renewal and conservation doea not always lead to the path traced by liberal modernity

09/03/2017 | Michele Brignone

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