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The Modernist Menace To Islam by Daniel Haqiqatjou

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Author:
Daniel Haqiqatjou
Binding:
Paperback
Pages:
273
Size:
8.4 x 5.45 x 0.6 inch
Publication Year:
2021
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The Modernist Menace To Islam by Daniel Haqiqatjou
ISBN: 9789675699672
Author: Daniel Haqiqatjou
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 273
Size: 8.4 x 5.45 x 0.6 inch
Publication Year: 2021
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Daniel Haqiqatjou's insightful assessment "The Modernist Menace To Islam" explores the effects of modernism on Islam in great detail. Haqiqatjou expresses concern in this insightful critique about how modernist interpretations can erode the conventional understanding of the religion. He contends that these interpretations, which are inspired by Western colonialism and imperialism, pose a threat to the genuine fundamental beliefs and customs that the Muslim community holds dear.Haqiqatjou makes perceptive remarks regarding the difficulties that Islam faces in the modern world, particularly as it negotiates the complexity brought on by modernism, throughout the entire book. He places a strong emphasis on protecting religious traditions and fending against pressures that can taint the core of a religion. Both positive and negative reviews have been given to "The Modernist Menace To Islam". Supporters value the book's comprehensive examination of the problems that current Islam faces and salute Haqiqatjou's bravery in tackling the issue. Although the book makes strong criticisms of modernism, some commentators have voiced concern that this could cause divides within the larger Muslim debate.

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  • 5

    Phenomenal work

    Faraz on 27th Apr 2021

    Extremely well-written and extremely relevant to our times. A must-read in the 21st-century, as there are excellent approaches discussed to dealing with many different modern shubuhat.