Islam and the Modern World

Dr Farooq Khan

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The original manuscript of this book was written in 1995 in Urdu. At that time the majority of the people did not feel much importance for a dialogue on ideological and intellectual issues between the West and the Muslim Ummah. In fact, the writer of this book, for the first time in 1991, intensively asserted that there is an urgent need for a comprehensive dialogue between the West and the Muslim Ummah.

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The original manuscript of this book was written in 1995 in Urdu. At that time the majority of the people did not feel much importance for a dialogue on ideological and intellectual issues between the West and the Muslim Ummah. In fact, the writer of this book, for the first time in 1991, intensively asserted that there is an urgent need for a comprehensive dialogue between the West and the Muslim Ummah. Similarly, there are widespread misconceptions among Muslims about the attitude of the West. The situation has been further deteriorated to flashing news and faceless headlines in a sensational media.

There is a drastic change in the world after 9/11. Now reasonable and sensible people see an urgent need for an in-depth understanding of the majority of the issues of the intellectuals, social and political scientists are striving for the purposeful dialogue in order to sort out unanimity on most of the issues. On some issues where the differences are more deep-seated serious effort must be done to sort out ways and means to maintain a peaceful atmosphere. on the principle of coexistence.

In this book, an effort has been made to discuss one important aspect of this needed dialogue and this is to remove some misconceptions of the modern world about Islam. Some of the issues regarding the concept of war in Islam have been discussed in detail in another book of the Writer, titled “Jihad and Qital”

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