Dr Ali Shariati Archive

Women’s Day: Our expectations of the Muslim woman – A lecture by Dr Ali Shariati: Prior to beginning my lecture, I would like to propose some practical suggestions. Just speaking about women’s rights, women’s personality and Islam’s view of women is very different from realising the actual value which Islam gives to human beings,
ڈاکٹرعلی شریعتی کی یاد میں – عامر حسینی:   کل چار مارچ کو ڈاکٹر علی شریعتی کی برسی تھی ہونا تو یہ چاہئیے تھا کہ میں کل ہی اپنے اس مرشد بارے کجھ لکھتا لیکن یہ جو دنیا داری کے بکھیڑے ہیں نا یہ نا تو عشق
The Universal Islamist: This biography of Allama Muhammad Iqbal: When Prime Minister Indira Gandhi asked India’s first cosmonaut, Rakesh Sharma, at a video conference in April 1984, how India looked from space, he replied without missing a beat: “Saare jahan se achcha.” Every schoolchild in India recognised the
Dr Ali Shariati, Shia Genocide and Black Shi’ism – by Abdul Nishapuri:   Red Shi’ism vs Black Shi’ism is an essay written by renowned Iranian scholar Dr Ali Shariati in which he discusses his ideas on the perceived dual aspects of the Shia Islam throughout history. Red Shi’ism, which Dr Shariati
Red Shia Islam vs Black Shia Islam – by Dr. Ali Shariati: Red Shi’ism (the religion of martyrdom) vs. Black Shi’ism (the religion of mourning) By: Dr. Ali Shariati Islam is a religion which made its appearance in the history of mankind with the cry of “No!” from Mohammad (PBUH), the
From the worst poster boys for Islam to a reformist view of Islam – by Nadeem Paracha: The worst poster boys for Islam Source: Dawn I received a number of emails on my last blog, Reform Now. Most of the people who wrote to me asked whether I could comment more on the list of reforms
Hurr and Karbala – by Dr Ali Shariati: “Horr” is a book by renowned Iranian scholar Dr Ali Shariati about the historic Battle of Karbala in which Imam Hussein, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad, and his 72 companions were martyred by the Caliph Yazid. Horr (also
Hajj, Karbala and Hussain – by Dr Ali Shariati: The following is an excerpt from “Hajj: Reflections on Its Rituals” written by Dr Ali Shariati highlighting the significance of the Karbala movement. The book is one of the most read works of Dr Shariati (available in English).