QUR'AN LIBERATION & PLURALISM : An Islamic Perspective of Intereligious Solidarity Against Oppression by Farid Esack
300pages Pb 1997 UK
FARID ESACK is an internationally known South African Muslim scholar, speaker and social activist. In early 1997 he was appointed by President Nelson Mandela to serve on the Commission for Gender Equality, a body created by the country's post-apartheid constitution.
'This is a splendid piece of work, and should be read by all who care deeply that religions should change people and structures for better, not for worse.' MARTIN FORWARD, EXPOSITORY TIMES
'Esack has produced an engaging memoir that demonstrates that Islam contains within itself the possibility for cooperation with other faith traditions in the struggle against oppression.' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
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