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Islam and the Secular State: Negotiating the Future of Shari`a

by ʿAbd Allāh Aḥmad Naʿīm

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The author, a Muslim scholar and human rights activist, envisions a positive and sustainable role for Sharia, based on a profound rethinking of the relationship between religion and the secular state in all societies. He argues that coercive enforcement of Sharia by the state is against the Qur'an's teachings.… (more)
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The author, a Muslim scholar and human rights activist, envisions a positive and sustainable role for Sharia, based on a profound rethinking of the relationship between religion and the secular state in all societies. He argues that coercive enforcement of Sharia by the state is against the Qur'an's teachings.

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