Author(s)Khan, Hamid M.
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AbstractThe struggle to define Islam’s destiny has begun. Islam as a religion is part of more than a billion people’s lives in every nation of the world. Islamic history, spanning fourteen centuries, has given the world a multiplicity of cultures, languages, and peoples contributing to every major human endeavor from philosophy to anatomy. However, Islam is undergoing a major revolution in which Muslims must ask themselves what part of their multifaceted history will define the future. One element what makes modern Muslims distinctly Islamic is an adherence to Islamic law (or the Shari’ah). <i>(Párrafo extraído del texto a modo de resumen)</i>
Mesa 1: Medio Oriente: política, diplomacia y religión
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