Novid Shaid reviews Paul Sutherland’s book of poetry, A Sufi Novice in Shaykh Effendi’s Realm which was inspired by the landscape and beauty of North Cyprus and a meeting and relationship with Shaykh Effendi.
A chorus of discontent has emerged from the academy against the way economics is taught. The chorus has consolidated and diversified across the globe forming an orchestra of admirers of the economic epistemology but disgruntled at its pedagogy. Rizwan Rahman reviews economist Ha-Joon Chang’s book Economics: The User’s Guide.
A review of Khasa’Is Al-Nabi Wa Ummatihi by Imam Yusuf al-Nabahani translated by Rashad Jameer as “The Unique Qualities Of The Prophet And His Community”
Katie Holden reviews the book Islamic Geometric Patterns by Eric Broug, a step by step guide to creating geometric patters using a compass and a ruler.
Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi’s methodology is to present a scholarly robust and yet simple rebuttal of the ISIS methodology without resorting to academic pedantry. Unlike similar books on the abstract subject of terrorism, this book is written by keeping in mind those people whose encounter with ISIS is not a distant news report but their bitter ground reality.
Now that my eldest child is a teenager, I’ve been seeking ways to impart Islamic values and justify our family rules and boundaries in a way that doesn’t leave me looking like a complete idiot.
It’s not easy.