Newsletter 152
Newsletter 152
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Newsletter 152
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Black Muslims account for a fifth of all U.S. Muslims, and about half are converts to Islam

January 17, 2019
Even in the early 20th century, when Islam had little presence in most parts of the United States, the religion had a foothold in many black urban...
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A less religious America will be a less generous America

January 23, 2019
Religion in the United States is in a slump. Since 1990, the share of Americans who reject any religious affiliation has climbed sharply, from 8% to more than 22%. Among younger Americans...
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Lewisham Mosque and MAB rubbish media reporting of “extremist” mosque scout groups

January 24, 2019
Lewisham Mosque and the Muslim Association of Britain have slammed media reporting after it was claimed that two Muslim scout leaders...
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U.S. State Department to hold high-level Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom for second year

January 25, 2019
The Religious Freedom Institute welcomes the U.S. Department of State’s recent announcement that it will host a second consecutive Ministerial...
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Courses & Conferences
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Personal Transformation: Legacy of Al-Ghazali

February 23, 2019 | London & Online
This unique course explores Imam al-Ghazali's life, inner struggle and paradigm for personal transformation. Primarily based on two key works of Al-Ghazali, his spiritual autobiography Munqidh min al-Dalal (Deliverance from Error) and Kimiya al-Sa'adah (Alchemy of Happiness), the course...
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Claiming and Making Muslim Worlds: Across and Between the Local and the Global

April 35, 2019 | Berlin, Germany
Funded by the German Ministry for Research & Education, the conference concludes our 12-year research program "Muslim Worlds: Worlds of...
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Heartful Communication

February 23-24, 2019 | Cambridge, UK
The weekend will have a strong focus on the notion of heartfulness, an Islamically based approach to mindfulness, which underpins the process of becoming more present and effective in our relationships, both horizontal and vertical. The program will be led by Abdallah Rothman, who will deliver the teachings in a combination of lectures, discussions, interactive experiential...
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Islamic Projects
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Making Islam Work in the Netherlands (MIWIN)

Funded by Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, the proposed project is a research into recent developments in the ways Islam takes shape in Dutch society. It focuses on the doctrinal dimensions of Islam and addresses two separate but closely interlinked central domains: (1) religious authority and leadership, and...
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Muslims in Britain

Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies
The study of Muslims in Britain has remained a major focus of the Centre’s academic interests. The work includes:
Research and Publications: Priority is given to research which helps an understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing British Muslims, although some research projects expand the scope of the research to cover...
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