The Secretary General of the Muslim World League, Muhammad al-‘Issa, was appointed to lead the main prayer at the annual pilgrimage, arousing the indignation of the Islamists. Who is al-‘Issa and why is he so controversial?
The reconquest of Afghanistan places the fundamentalist movement at a crossroads. But it also raises the issue of the West’s cultural failure and the new balance of power after America’s disengagement
Celebrations at the International Union of Muslim Scholars in Doha, invitations for tolerance in Abu Dhabi, no comment from al-Azhar. The Islamic institutions’ reactions to the new course of events in Afghanistan
Twenty years after 11 September: a conversation with Afghan professor Mohammad Hashim Kamali, an influential scholar of Islamic law
Trends of women’s Islamic activism
Traditional Islam is looked at with renewed interest and some European Muslims are seeking a religious education that follows ancestral methods
In Islamic mysticism, "classical" education is only one stage of the path. Higher education is the one that leads to hidden knowledge
Since 1992 there has been a growing need for imams and teachers of Islamic religion in the Balkans and with its training centres. And now these institutions aspire to become a point of reference also for the Muslim communities in Western Europe
The hawza 'ilmiyya is centered on the personal relationship between the master and the disciple, but over time this institution has changed and has become a center of higher education
The Justice and Charity movement of 'Abd al-Salām Yāsīn has developed a rigorous training path based on individual spiritual perfection and the historical mission of the community of believers.
A study sheds light on the texts used in Jordan for the teaching of Islam, from primary school to university
Following the rise of jihadist terrorism, the university and mosque of Cairo has been accused of promoting the spread of extremism through its teaching methods
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