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The Case for Senegalese Exceptionalism? - Professor Hussein Solomon

The Case for Senegalese Exceptionalism?

By Hussein Solomon

RIMA Occasional Papers, Volume 6 (2018), Number 6 (April 2018)

West African countries have been mired in conflict since achieving independence. 695 more words

Schools of Thought in Islam

 

By M. Cherif Bassiouni , Professor of Law | Jan 24, 2012

Islamic jurisprudence has developed over fourteen centuries. Over that span of time, various schools of jurisprudence have emerged, each with its own interpretation and application of the Sharia. 1,420 more words

Asia

Allah kay Wali

The second book I read of Khan Asif had a deep effect upon me. I felt an inner peace that was highly needed, especially at the time when I started reading this book… 571 more words

Book Reviews

The Sufis of Omdurman

We rarely see other foreigners in Khartoum or Omdurman. Our two Friday evening visits to the Sufi shrine of Hamid El Nil were the striking exceptions. 1,006 more words

Sudan

Allah kay Safeer

This book by Khan Asif had me entranced. Spellbound literally. Awed. The events narrated in this book of sufis, dervishes and great spiritual personalities and the spiritual power they commanded is a humbling experience to read about… 415 more words

Book Reviews

Sufi Dervishes Kill 5 Iranian Police In Mass Protests

Via Radio Free Europe:

Five security officers have been killed and 300 people arrested amid clashes between law enforcement authorities and Sufi Muslim protesters in Tehran…

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The Problem with the Study of Extremism/Radicalization in Africa - Professor Hussein Solomon

The Problem with the Study of Extremism/Radicalization in Africa

By Hussein Solomon

RIMA Occasional Papers, Volume 6 (2018), Number 3 (February 2018)

Following the 9/11 terrorist atrocity, then President George W. 834 more words