It is clear to everyone that we live in the time of transition, but no one can be sure where these changes lead us, or even what exactly they will depend on. We only know for sure, that the monopolar hegemony of the United States ends.
For many Muslims, the New Year is marked by celebrations and fireworks. It is also marked by one dud firecracker that fizzles out: the Muslim 500 or, as a friend of mine put it after perusing it, “the Muslim who?” Why?
Recently Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said there is nothing like “moderate Islam” in Islam.
Martin Luther King had a tendency that in essence separated him in character from his more radical and in certain aspects more charismatic black activist in Malcolm X.
If you want to exclude certain categories from society, in particular these categories of significance, you have to search for a substitute to fill the gaps.
A Rebuttal to the Review Conducted by Carlos Martínez Carrasco
Somebody asked Abu Hafs: “Who is a Sufi?”
He answered: “A Sufi does not ask who a Sufi is.”