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~ LATEST PUBLICATIONS ~

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Hadis: Turkish translation of Authentication of Hadith: Redefining the Criteria by Israr Ahmad Khan

In today’s complex and volatile world the consequences of relying on fraudulent and counterfeit Hadith to legitimise extremist behaviour, issue violent fatwas, and justify blatant abuse, particularly of women, is not only far too easy but in fact dangerous. Israr Khan addresses the sensitive topic of Hadith authentication, focusing on the criteria adopted by classical scholars to maintain that concentration on the continuity and accuracy of the chain of narrators, rather than the textual content of Hadith, has led to particular Hadith being included which either contradict other Hadith directly, project the Prophet (SAAS) in an uncharacteristic light, or do not reflect and/or conflict with the teachings of the Qur’an. The study traces in careful detail the historical development of the oral and written traditions, as well as the many targeted attempts at fabrication that took place, critiquing in methodical detail certain Hadith which have come to be widely accepted as “authentic.” The prominent collections we have today, were made possible by the development of the science of Hadith criticism, and Muslim scholars deserve deep appreciation for their painstaking work, as well as their invaluable contribution towards preserving the Hadith literature to the best of their ability. However, insists the author, the process is ongoing, and the closed door policy which currently surrounds Hadith authentication needs to be carefully reexamined.

Produced by MAHYA (Turkey).

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Medeniyet: Turkish translation of The Socio-Intellectual Foundations of Malek Bennabi’s Approach to Civilisation by badrane Benlahcene

Since the publication of Samuel Huntington’s “The Clash of Civilizations” concern about civilization has been reintroduced into the debate on the world order. Malek Bennabi (1905–1973), prominent Algerian thinker and great Muslim intellectual, intently focused on unravelling the causes of Muslim decline and the success of Western civilization and culture. The key problem he theorized lay not in the Qur’an or Islamic faith but in Muslims themselves. The author investigates Bennabi’s approach to civilization and the fundamental principles drawn, using metatheorizing methodology. In doing so he sheds further light on perhaps one of the more intriguing elements of Bennabi’s theory, that civilization is governed by internal-external and socialintellectual factors and that an equation can be generated for civilization itself. This equation of Man+Soil+Time = Civilization and of which religion, according to Bennabi, forms the all-important catalyst, is explained and its significance in terms of the reversal of Muslim decline evaluated. What is clearly apparent is that for Bennabi, Man is the central force in any civilizing process and without him the other two elements are of no value. With regard to outcomes, Bennabi’s unerring conviction that unless Muslims changed their spiritual condition they could not effect any far-reaching,
meaningful change in society is echoed in the Qur’anic verse: “Verily, never will Allah change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves” (13:11).

bias

Turkish translation of Epistological Bias by Prof. Dr. Abdulvahab M. el-Messiri

ISBN: 978-605-62894-0-8

Produced by MAHYA (Turkey).

contemplation

Turkish translation of Contemplation by Prof. Dr. Malik Bedri

ISBN:978-605-5222-02-4

Produced by MAHYA (Turkey).

crisis

Turkish translation of Crisis in the Muslim Mind by Prof. Dr. Abdulhamid A. Ebu Suleyman

ISBN: 978-605-62894-1-5

Produced by MAHYA (Turkey).

east-west

Turkish translation of Where East Meets West by Dr. Muna Ebu'l-Fadl

ISBN: 978-605-62894-2-2

Produced by MAHYA (Turkey).

contributions

Turkish translation of Muslim Contributions to the Renaissance by Prof. Dr. Ahmed Isa

ISBN: 978-605-62894-4-6

Produced by MAHYA (Turkey).

QWV

Turkish translation of The Qur'anic Worldview by Prof. Dr. Abdulhamid A. Ebu Suleyman

ISBN: 978-605-62894-5-3

Produced by MAHYA (Turkey).

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MUSLUMAN KADINLARI VE TESETTURU YENIDEN DUSUNMEK

ISBN: 975-8285-37-8 (PB)

Turkish translation of RETHINKING MUSLIM WOMEN AND THE VEIL: Challenging Historical and Modern Stereotypes
(Original English edition by Katherine Bullock)

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ISBN: 975-975-7560-97-5 (PB)

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ISBN: 975-975-7560-99-9 (PB)

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ISBN: 975-975-7560-94-4 (PB)

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ISBN: 975-975-7560-98-2 (PB)

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