Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 of the Institute for Islamic Research Now Available on Amazon Prime
Published: January 15, 2019 • Updated: January 12, 2022
Author: Yaqeen Institute
بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
The second issue of our journal is now available on Amazon Prime.
The Journal of the Institute for Islamic Research is an academic-grade publication dedicated to curating high-quality, peer-reviewed research articles that deal with the contemporary issues of Islam today.
The purpose of the journal is:
- to be a physical, accessible resource that is not limited to academic circles
- to create an opportunity for researchers and academicians to explore Islam through the lens of diverse occupations and backgrounds
- to tackle the most controversial questions posed about Islam with evidence
- to maintain academic integrity and relevancy in educating the public
- to inspire readers to contribute positively to society
- to establish an academic resource that can be featured in the university and/or public sector
The Journal of the Institute for Islamic Research is a part of the initiative by Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research to reclaim the narrative and to make high-quality, academic-grade, peer-reviewed research publications and articles the source of authentic information about Islam and the issues Muslims face today.
The issue includes the following articles:
- “We Used to Have No Regard for Women”: Gender Equity & the Advent of Islam" by Maryam Al- Dabbagh, Sh. Omar Suleiman, Roohi Tahir, and Sh. Mohammad Elshinawy
- “Does Islam Need Saving? An Analysis of Human Rights” by Nour Soubani
- “The Issue of Apostasy in Islam” by Dr. Jonathan A. C. Brown
- "Forever on trial—Islam and the charge of violence" by Dr. Nazir Khan
- “Religious Minorities under Muslim Rule” by Tesneem Alkiek
- “Islam and the Abortion Debate” by Sh. Omar Suleiman
- “Du’as of the Enslaved: A Journey Through Images” by Margarita Rosa
- “The Infinitely Merciful and the Question of Hellfire” by Sh. Mohammad Elshinawy
- “How to be a Mindful Muslim: An Exercise in Islamic Meditation” by Justin Parrott
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