Minbar Ibn Rushd – 16th issue winter 2014/2015

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Table of Contents


Abier Bushnaq
English  German  Arabic

Democracy in the Arab World. What chances does it have?

Jörg Armbruster – Germany
Arabic  German

Navid Kermani’s Speech before the German Bundestag on the 65th anniversary of the Basic Law
Navid Kermani – Germany
Arabic  German

A culture of tolerance, the tolerance of ambiguity

Rachid Boutayeb – Morocco

Masculinity and femininity: Debate on similarities and differences between Existential philosophy and political philosophy in Averroes‘ thought

Mohamed Mesbahi – Morocco

Ibn Rushd’s (Averroes)’ views on women. Ibn Rushd’s work and Influences

Nadia Harbash – Palestine

The attempt at a modern interpretation of the Qur’an

Abdelhakim al-Adjhar – United Arab Emirates

The Arab woman and the Arab culture

Faiha Abdelhadi – Palestine

Razan Zaitouneh – “A Syrian patriot”. Out of the frying pan and into the fire. A Syrian tragedy

Abdalla Hanna – Syria

Poets never die – In memory of the Palestinian poet Samih al-Qasim

Hamid Fadlalla – Sudan/Germany

Encounters, reflexions

Hamid Fadlalla– Sudan/Germany
Arabic  German

  • Editorial – 16th issue winter 2014/2015
    العربية DeutschDear readers, We begin the year with an extensive double winter issue. At the Reinhold Frank Memorial Lectures in summer 2014, Jörg Armbruster was invited to Karlsruhe to give a lecture entitled “Democracy in the Arab World. What chances does it have?” Armbruster was the correspondent of the German TV Channel ARD for the […]
  • Ibn Rushd’s (Averroes)’ views on women. By Nadia Harhash
    العربية DeutschIbn Rushd’s work and Influences Abu al-Walid Muhammad Ibn-Rushd, also known as Averroes in the West, was born in 1126 A.D (died in 1198) in Cordova. His ideas influenced the transformation of thought in medieval Europe. He is considered the last of the great Muslim thinkers who integrated Islamic traditions and Greek thought. His […]

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