Topic: Reform Islam

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

The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca (photo: Wikipedia)

Mohamed Aziz Lahbabi's 'Muslim Personalism'

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Draft of an Islamic Anthropology

Muslims pass by the Sehitlik Mosque in Berlin (photo: picture alliance/dpa)

Islam's Internal Debate on Reform

The Battle for Interpretational Supremacy

Koran (photo: picture alliance)

The Koran as a Text from Late Antiquity

A European approach

Isenheim Altarpiece (photo: Wikipedia/Creative Commons)

Christianity and Critique of Islam

Listen to the Saviour

Leopold Weiss alias Muhammad Asad (source: publisher)

Muhammad Asad

A Jewish Lawrence of Arabia

Mohamed Talbi (photo: Beat Stauffer)

Mohamed Talbi

''Religious Dogmas Terrorize the Spirit''

Man reading the Koran (photo: dpa)

Essay: Sadiq Al-Azm

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The Fight over the Meaning of Islam

Tariq Ramadan (photo: AP)

Interview with Tariq Ramadan

''We Are Europeans''

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