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Association, Dissociation, Kindness, Justice, and Compassion [Al-Wala’ wa al-Bara’…wa al-Birr…wa al-Qist…wa al-Rahmah]

MUSLIM RELATIONS WITH CHRISTIANS, JEWS AND OTHERS PART 2

<br><br>Association, Dissociation, Kindness, Justice, and Compassion [Al-Wala’ wa al-Bara’…wa al-Birr…wa al-Qist…wa al-Rahmah]

This book, Muslim Relations with Christians, Jews, and Others is in 2 parts, and this is the second part of the series. The book gives an expository analysis of the expected relationship between Muslims and people of other faiths. Relying on the Qur‟an and Sunnah, while adhering to the principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (Usul al-Fiqh) and the Higher Intents of Islamic Law (Maqasid al-Shari’ah), the book provides answers to 50 faith-based arguments against peaceful interfaith relations. The first part of the book covered sections 1 – 3 and responded to 24 questions. This included the analysis of the concept of al-wala’ and al-bara’ (loyalty and dissociation), identity and existence of ahl al-Kitab (People of Revelation) in contemporary times, as well as various aspects of interpersonal relationships between Muslims and people of other faiths.

This is part 2 of the book which covers sections 4 – 5 and responds to 26 questions. It shall focus on the expected social relationship between Muslims and people of their faiths, as well as a more in-depth analysis of al-bara’ (dissociation).