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Islamic Perspective Journal, Number 9, 2013

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Islamic Perspective Journal 

Number 9, 2013

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The Journal of Islamic Perspective published by the London Academy of Iranian Studies (LAIS) is a peer reviewed Journal of the Center for Humanities and Sociological Studies, affiliated to the London Academy of Iranian Studies (LAIS). This Journal aims to create a dialogue between intellectuals, thinkers and writers from the Islamic World and academics, intellectuals, thinkers and writers from other parts of the Globe. Issues in the context of Culture, Islamic Thoughts & Civilizations, and other relevant areas of social sciences, humanities and cultural studies are of interest and we hope to create a global platform to deepen and develop these issues in the frame of a Critical Perspective. Our motto is homo sum; humani nihil a me alienum puto. Contributions to Islamic Perspective do not necessarily reflect the views of the editorial board or the Center for Humanities and Sociological Studies.

Articles

Moderation vis-a-vis Authentication of Hadith

Israr Ahmad Khan / 1

Spatial and Artistic Configurations of Spiritual and Religious Practice in ‘Sacred Space at Clifton Pier’, Nassau Bahamas

Marielle Barrow / 15

Beyond Conflict and Compromise: The Practice of Interreligious Dialogue for Peace

Lan T. Chu / 29

Breaking the Iron Cage: Max Weber, Erich Fromm, and the Sociology of Religion

Walter A. Jensen / 53

Allama Jafari and the Russellian Eurocentric Project

Seyed Javad Miri / 67

Ontological anxiety among Shii Muslims in Finland: A Case Study of First Generation Immigrants in the City of Tampere

Fatemeh Shayan / 91

Book Reviews

Sons of Babur—A Play in Search of India

Yoginder Sikand / 107

Muslims in Poland and Eastern Europe. Widening the European Discourse on Islam

Monika Ryszewska / 108

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