Qur'an liberation & pluralism by Farid Esack
an Islamic perspective of interreligious solidarity against oppression

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This challenging and unusual work discusses the issues of liberation theology and inter-religious dialogue from the Islamic point of view, focusing on the experience of the multi-religious community of South Africa.

About Farid Esack

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Esack has an international reputation as a Muslim scholar, speaker, and human rights activist.
Published January 1, 2002 by One World.
Genres: . Non-fiction

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This book is a welcome insight into the possibilities of Islam as a home for liberation theology and a refreshing counter to the masculinist excesses of conservative Islamic commentary. Born into apar

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