Qur'an Liberation and Pluralism: An Islamic Perspective of Interreligious Solidarity Against Oppression

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Oneworld Publications, 1997 - 288 halaman
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The demise of apartheid in South Africa in the 1980s followed an unprecedented unity in struggle against oppression from members of different faith traditions. Determined as South African Muslims were to participate with the rest of the oppressed in solidarity against apartheid, this brought them into conflict with interpretations of the Qur'an that denied virtue outside Islam, and left them searching for a theology that would allow them to both co-operate against injustice and be true to their faith.
In this challenging account, Farid Esack reflects on key qur'anic passages used in the context of oppression to rethink the role of Islam in a plural society. He exposes how traditional interpretations of the Qur'an were used to legitimize an unjust order, and demonstrates that those very texts used to support religious intolerance, if interpreted within a contemporary socio-historical context, support active solidarity with the religious Other for change.

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Redefining Self and Other
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Rethinking Kufr
134
The People of the Book
149
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Farid Esack is Senior lecturer in Religion at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, and is an internationally known scholar, speaker and social activist.

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