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Ebrahim Moosa

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FWS | Ghazālian Insights on Doctrinal Toleration and Its Implications for Notions of Freedom | Ebrahim Moosa (10 of 13)

Al-Mahdi Institute Podcasts

RS | Ghazālian Insights on Doctrinal Toleration and Its Implications for Notions of Freedom | Ebrahim Moosa 9th Annual Contemporary Fiqhī Issues Workshop (FWS) https://www.almahdi.edu/workshop/freespeech

24mins

15 Jul 2021

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Book Review Programme - Al Aqsa: A Journery Through Time by Ebrahim Moosa

Radio Islam

Book Review Programme - Al Aqsa: A Journery Through Time by Ebrahim Moosa by Radio Islam

20mins

28 Jun 2021

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The Palestine Report report with Hafez Ebrahim Moosa

Radio Islam

The Palestine Information Network (PIN) says an analyst has indicated if a peace conference in Egypt between Palestine and Israel fails to address core issues of the conflict, Gaza will once again become a target for Israeli occupation forces.PIN’s Hafez Ebrahim Moosa was speaking to Radio Islam on Monday during the Palestine report.Hafez Moosa also touched on other updates from Palestine including a bookshop that was destroyed in Gaza has been reconstructed in Sheikh Jarrah.

7mins

31 May 2021

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The Palestine Report with Hafez Ebrahim Moosa

Radio Islam

As Donald Trump refused to conceded the loss of the US Elections and ensure a smooth transition to US President election Joe Bide, the Palestine Information Network’s (PIN) Hafez Ebrahim Moosa says an Israeli NGO has is concerned about the wait.Ir Amim, an Israeli civil society organisation that tracks settlements in Jerusalem, warned that the next two months in the lead-up to the change in Washington "will be a critical period".

9mins

16 Nov 2020

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The Palestine Report with Radio Islam's Hafez Ebrahim Moosa

Radio Islam

The Palestine Information Network (PIN0 says Sudan’s decision to normalise ties with Israel was agreed upon under severe duress.Sudan and Israel's decision to normalise relations was announced by US President Donald Trump on Friday at the White House.Hafez Moosa also touched on killing of Iyad al-Halak by Israeli Border Police, the hunger strike by  Maher Al-Akhras including the Clover boycott gaining momentum among other news.

13mins

26 Oct 2020

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Ebrahim Moosa: Time and Method in Muslim Historical Thinking

theofunk

theofunk konferenz  International Conference “Historicity and Islamicity: Perceptions of Early Islamic History in Contemporary Muslim Thought” (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, 12.-14-12.2019).  10.06.2020  Ebrahim Moosa (University of Notre Dame)  Time and Method in Muslim Historical Thinking   Ebrahim Moosa spricht über die Begriffsgeschichte des Konzepts der Zeit und dessen Bedeutung für die Herausbildung von methodologischen Zugängen in vormodernen islamischen Wissensdisziplinen. Ein besonderer Fokus liegt dabei auf dem Werk Ibn Khalduns (st. 1406) und auf der Frage, wie das Verständnis von zeitlicher Bedingtheit von Konzepten und Begriffen für das heutige islamische Denken fruchtbar gemacht werden kann. 

39mins

10 Jun 2020

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Ebrahim Moosa - Professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Notre Dame

Conversation With Podcast

There are Muslims who think "doing good" must come with "Islamic bells and whistles". Here's why influential scholar Ebrahim Moosa thinks that's dangerous.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

22mins

22 Jan 2018

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Episode 25: Dr. Ebrahim Moosa

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

For our big twenty-fifth episode, Parvez and Zaki are honored to be joined by Dr. Ebrahim Moosa, renowned scholar and professor of Islamic Studies at University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Dr. Moosa shares his life journey with us, and also examines many of the pressing issues facing the American Muslim community today. Listen to our interesting and enriching conversation via the embed below, or download at the link. Also, be sure to hit us up at our Facebook page to let us know how we're doing!

1hr 9mins

12 Aug 2015

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Ebrahim Moosa, “What is a Madrasa?” (U of North Carolina Press, 2015)

New Books in Religion

Recent years have witnessed a spate of journalistic and popular writings on the looming threat to civilization that lurks in traditional Islamic seminaries or madrasas that litter the physical and intellectual landscape of the Muslim world. In his riveting new book What is a Madrasa? (University of North Carolina Press, 2015), Ebrahim Moosa, Professor of History and Islamic Studies at the University of Notre Dame, challenges such sensationalist stereotypical narratives by providing a nuanced and richly textured account of the place and importance of Madrasas in Islam both historically and in the contemporary moment. Rather than approaching madrasas from a policy studies viewpoint as institutions requiring reform and modernization, this book instead examines madrasas on their own terms with a view of highlighting their internal complexities and tensions. Focused primarily on the madrasas of South Asia, what makes this book particularly remarkable is the way it brings together the intellectual histories and traditions that define madrasa education and the everyday practices in madrasa life today. The reader of this book travels through an arcade of the seminal texts, scholars, and sites that have shaped the madrasa as an institution and its curricula over the last several centuries. But moreover, this book also provides readers intimate portraits of daily life at madrasas through the eyes of students who study there, thus bringing into view the rhythms of everyday practices that punctuate the lives of madrasa students, and the hopes, anxieties, and aspirations that irrigate their religious and social imaginaries. In our conversation, in addition to discussing these themes, we also talked about Professor Moosa’s own journey as a teenager in the madrasas of South Asia to the corridors of the American academy. Written in an exceptionally lucid fashion, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding the complexities of Muslim traditions of knowledge and education. It will also be particularly well suited for undergraduate and graduate seminars on Muslim intellectual thought, education, and Islam in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

1hr

3 Jul 2015

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Ebrahim Moosa, “What is a Madrasa?” (U of North Carolina Press, 2015)

New Books in Islamic Studies

Recent years have witnessed a spate of journalistic and popular writings on the looming threat to civilization that lurks in traditional Islamic seminaries or madrasas that litter the physical and intellectual landscape of the Muslim world. In his riveting new book What is a Madrasa? (University of North Carolina Press, 2015), Ebrahim Moosa, Professor of History and Islamic Studies at the University of Notre Dame, challenges such sensationalist stereotypical narratives by providing a nuanced and richly textured account of the place and importance of Madrasas in Islam both historically and in the contemporary moment. Rather than approaching madrasas from a policy studies viewpoint as institutions requiring reform and modernization, this book instead examines madrasas on their own terms with a view of highlighting their internal complexities and tensions. Focused primarily on the madrasas of South Asia, what makes this book particularly remarkable is the way it brings together the intellectual histories and traditions that define madrasa education and the everyday practices in madrasa life today. The reader of this book travels through an arcade of the seminal texts, scholars, and sites that have shaped the madrasa as an institution and its curricula over the last several centuries. But moreover, this book also provides readers intimate portraits of daily life at madrasas through the eyes of students who study there, thus bringing into view the rhythms of everyday practices that punctuate the lives of madrasa students, and the hopes, anxieties, and aspirations that irrigate their religious and social imaginaries. In our conversation, in addition to discussing these themes, we also talked about Professor Moosa’s own journey as a teenager in the madrasas of South Asia to the corridors of the American academy. Written in an exceptionally lucid fashion, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding the complexities of Muslim traditions of knowledge and education. It will also be particularly well suited for undergraduate and graduate seminars on Muslim intellectual thought, education, and Islam in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/islamic-studies

1hr

3 Jul 2015

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