IFTAR RAMADAN ‘GLAUBEN & BESCHEIDENHEIT’
A TALK WITH AMINA WADUD (USA) ON ‘ALLIANCES WITHIN AND BEYOND’
Amina Wadud is an African-American professor and International consultant on Islam, Gender and Justice. She is a co-founder of the non-governmental organization Sisters in Islam (http://www.sistersinislam.org.my/)
A TALK WITH AMEL GRAMI (TUNIS) ON ‘WOMEN & TERRORISM’
Amel Grami is a professor at the university of Manouba, Tunisia. She is an expert on Religion and Women’s Studies. In her recent work, Amel investigates women’s participation in extremists Islamic movements, and asks ‘why more women are joining extremist groups such as ISIS, than the Arab feminist movemen?’
A TALK WITH S’ADIYYA SHAIKH (SOUTH AFRICA) ON ‘SUFISM & FEMINISM’
Sa’diyya Shaikh is an associate professor of Religious Studies at cape Town University. she works at the intersection of Islamic Studies and Gender Studies, and is an active supporter of the Rights for Palestinians movement.
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