Saturday, February 13, 2016

Fwd: 'Islamism, a Phoenix waiting to arise from the ashes'


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'Islamism, a Phoenix waiting to arise from the ashes'
'Small bands of terrorists believe they can destabilise superpowers if they are ready to become martyrs.' 'Since the road to paradise is under the shade of swords, ...
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'Small bands of terrorists believe they can destabilise superpowers if they are ready to become martyrs.'
'Since the road to paradise is under the shade of swords, it is a win-win situation for those ready to die for the cause of Allah.'
Incisive editor, brilliant scholar on Islam, and now BJP leader, M J Akbar is at his intellectual best when he dissects the Muslim world and its problems, and offers up a solution from his unique perspective.
Rediff.com presents Akbar's R N Kao Memorial Lecture in New Delhi. The second of a 3-part series.
  • Part 1: 'Gandhi became the first non-Muslim to lead a jihad'
    The ideological struggle for the future had begun two centuries before. Two theologians, one Indian and the other Arab, born in the same year, 1703, offered theses that control the narrative till today.
    Shah Waliullah, born in Delhi, died in the 1760s; Muhammad ibn Abd-al Wahab was born in Najd and died in 1787.
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