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The Muslim and religious ‘Other’: Reflections on early Islam and beyond from the perspective of contemporary scholarship
The relationship between the Religious Self and the Religious Other is an integral part of the dynamic understanding of every religious tradition, Islam included.
Sydney’s imams and engagement with the religious ‘other’: sermons after the ‘Lindt Café Siege’
Muslims have taken on an active role to convey that Islam is a religion of peace.
Interfaith dialogue in Australia: A brief overview of the contributions of Muslim Australians
Through interfaith engagement, Muslim Australians are creating an Islamic ethos that is central to Australia’s multi-religious diversity.
INTERVIEW: Why there are grounds for optimism in Indonesia, even in an age of global democratic regression
What’s the state of Indonesian democracy after two years of COVID-19? Will the pandemic’s pressures result in a resurgence of Islamist groups?
How the law in the Maldives paved the way for a Sunni legal tradition
It could be argued that Sunni Islam has been predominantly practised in the Maldives since the earliest written Islamic history.