Religious Liberty

Mohamed Talbi

in Liberal Islam

Published in print October 1998 | ISBN: 9780195116212
Published online November 2007 |
  Religious Liberty

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Mohamed Talbi (Tunisia, born 1921) received his doctorate in history from the Sorbonne in 1968. Now a professor emeritus at the University of Tunis, Talbi began teaching there in the late 1950s and served as dean of Arts and Sciences in the late 1960s. In his retirement, Talbi has turned from his professional focus on medieval Islamic history to an enthusiastic participation in interreligious dialogue. His contributions to a variety of European and North American conferences and journals argue that Islam allows freedom of religion and that the traditional death penalty for apostasy involves a misreading of the Qur'an.

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