Topic: Reform Islam

Image from the book ''Miteinander auf dem Weg'' (courtesy: Ernst Klett Verlag/Liliane Oser)

Textbook on Islam for German Schools

Conflicts between Tradition and Modernity

Person reading the Koran (photo: dpa)

Islamic Law and Ethics

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''We Are Calling for a New Interpretation of the Koran''

Mohammad Mojtahed Shabestari (photo: © Humboldt University Berlin)

Interview with Mohammad Mojtahed Shabestari

Why Islam and Democracy Go Well Together

Calligraphy at the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem (photo: Annett Hellwig)

Anja Hilscher's Book "Image Problem"

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Addressing the Problem of Islam's Image

Close-up of a young woman wearing a headscarf (photo: dpa)

Islamic Feminism and Reformist Islam

Against the Politicisation of the Koran

Prof. Omar Hamdan (photo: dpa)

Omar Hamdan, Professor of Islamic Theology

The First of His Kind

Irshad Manji (photo: Christoph Dreyer)

Interview with Irshad Manji

''I Consider it Wrong to Say that Muslims are Incapable of Reform''

The Koran (photo: dpa)

Debate about Sharia and Democracy

A Western Misconception

Noha Abdel-Hady at the kick-off event for the post-graduate programme (photo: Christoph Dreyer)

Post-graduate Programme on Islamic Theology

''Muslim Theologians are Instigators of Change''

Cover of the Koran (source: Wikipedia/Creative Commons)

Mathias Rohe on Islamic Theology in Germany

Triggering Global Debates

Acehnese students sing during the visit of Indonesia president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to their new school in Bireuen, Aceh province, Indonesia (photo: AP)

Integrated Islamic Schools in Indonesia

Secular Subjects within a Religious Framework

The University of Tübingen (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

First Centre for Islamic Theology

Opening a New Chapter for Islam in Germany

Part of a manuscript of a verse from the 48th sura (Al-Fath) dating from the eighth or ninth century (photo: Wikipedia)

Koranic Research

The Reader Maketh the Book

Double page from a Turkish Koran dating from the year 1855 (photo: photo alliance/Imagestate HIP)

Reformist Islam after Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd

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Who Will Protect the Koran from Itself?

Nasr Hamid Abu Zaid (photo: Ikhlas Abbis)

Interview with Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd

For a Plurality of Koranic Interpretations

Merkez Mosque in Duisburg, Germany (photo: picture-alliance(dpa)

Hamed Abdel-Samad: The Downfall of the Islamic World

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A Blatant Lack of Objectivity

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