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Islamic Foundation


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Islamic Foundation

Islamic Foundation

Islamic Foundation for Science and Environment

Islamic Foundation for Science and Environment

Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences

Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences

Foundational Visions of Indies Islam, 1600–1800

Mawil Izzi Dien, Islamic Law: from Historical Foundation to Contemporary Practice

The Institutionalization of Islamic Art and Architecture by the Aga Khan Foundation

The Future of Economics: An Islamic Perspective By M. Umer Chapra. Leicester: The Islamic Foundation. 2000. Pp. xxvi, 446. Price PB £13.95. 0–86037–276–9.

Inspired Knowledge in Islamic Thought. Al-Ghazālī's theory of mystical cognition and its Avicennian foundation By Alexander Treiger

ROGERS, (John) Michael (born 1935), Khalili Professor of Islamic Art, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1991–2000, now Emeritus; Hon. Curator, Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art, Nour Foundation, since 2001

AHMAD, Khurshid (born 1932), Chairman: Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan, since 1979; Board of Trustees, Islamic Foundation, Leicester, since 1985; Member, Senate of Pakistan, 1985–97, and 2003–12

Image of the Prophet Muhammad in the West: A Study of Muir, Margoliouth and Watt By Jabal Muhammad Buaben. Leicester: The Islamic Foundation. 1996. Pp. 416. Price PB £10.50. 0–86037–261–8.

Eugene Rogan, editor. Outside In: On the Margins of the Modern Middle East. (The Islamic Mediterranean, number 3.) London and New York: I. B. Tauris, in association with The European Science Foundation, Strasbourg, France. 2002. Pp. vii, 263. $65.00

 

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Established in 1973 to encourage research into the implementation of Islam in the modern world, project the image of Islam in Britain and Europe, and meet the educational needs of Muslims, especially young people. Works with young people and publishes research, particularly about economics, Christian-Muslim relations, Muslim Central Asia, and Islam in the modern world. Registered as an educational institution in Britain, where it is located. Responsible for establishing twenty mosques and community centers in its early years. First Muslim organization in Britain to establish cooperative relations with institutions of higher education, particularly addressing multicultural education and Islamic economics. Focus shifted in the 1980s to publishing books and periodicals on Islamic subjects.

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