First International Congress of the University Platform for Research on Islam in Europe and Lebanon (PLURIEL): theological axis
Speaker: Mohammad Zaraket, teacher at Saint Joseph University in Beirut, Lebanon
Premier congrès international de la Plateforme Universitaire de Recherche sur l’Islam en Europe et au Liban (PLURIEL) : axe théologique
Intervenant : Mohammad Zaraket, enseignant à l’Université Saint-Joseph à Beyrouth, Liban
Unity of God and unity in God – a possible perspective and way of dialogue between the believers?
A shῑ‘ῑ perspective of dialogue developed by D. Mohammad Ali Shomali. Talking about unity between believers and calling them to act upon it is not new in Islam. The Qur’ān and the early history o...
The Hidden Imam and religious and spiritual authority in Shia Islam
Conference « Religious Authority in Islam », organised by the Centre for the Study of Cultures and Religions and the Research Unit of the Catholic University of Lyon (UCLy), on 18 and 19 November 2...
MIDEO 36 – Iǧtihād and taqlīd in Sunnī and Šīʿī Islam
The theme of iǧtihād and taqlīd, by pointing to the notional antagonism between independent reasoning on the one hand and submission to the argument of authority on the other, plunges us into the h...
MIDEO 35 – Interactions between Twelver Shiites and Christians
This volume 35 is made up of a dossier gathering most of the papers presented at the conference held in April 2018 at the Institut Catholique de Paris on the interactions between Imamites and Chris...
From Apology to Dialogue with Others in Shia Islamic Studies: The Case of Muhammad Jawad al-Balaghi
First International Congress of the University Platform for Research on Islam in Europe and Lebanon (PLURIEL): theological axis Speaker: Mohammad Zaraket, teacher at Saint Joseph University in B...
Ashura in sunnite mirrors, confused borders between joy and sadness
SUMMARY: This article analyzes the Sunnite views of ‘Āshūrā’ and the assassination/martyrdom of al–Ḥusayn, the grandson of the Prophet Muḥammad. It is not an exhaustive work; it is rather selective...