Tag Archives: Islam

Islamic Madrid: heritage, identity, and the right to the city I

Introduction The stigmas and exclusions that weigh on Muslim or perceived Muslim populations in Europe, [...]

Ibn ‘Arabi and Sufism, a way of reading Islamic architecture

Why does man choose to express himself through art and how does he do so? [...]

Eid Al-Adha and animal welfare in islam

On July 29th, we have just attended the Eid al-Adha, or the so-called Feast of [...]

Islamic finance: a Sharia-based form of economy?

After World War II, the new international economic order was set in place. World trade, [...]

In Saudi Arabia, in the footsteps of the Prophet

Hijrah: in the footsteps of the Prophet. This was the theme chosen by Ithra (the [...]

Ramadan Mubarak 1444

For a peaceful month of Ramadan, bringing peace and inner calm. [...]

A new essay on Râbi’a Al Adawiyya

We reproduce an excerpt of an interview with the Moroccan thinker and theologian Asma Lamrabet, [...]

Women mystics of Islam, freedom and lordship

We reproduce the paper presented by Inés Eléxpuru, FUNCI’s Director of Communication, at the 6th [...]

Eid Mubarak Saeed

We wish you a joyful and peaceful celebration. [...]

Ramadan and fasting in monotheist religions

Dr. Mohamed Chtatou Ramadan, a sacred month for Muslims, commemorates the revelation of the Qur’an [...]

The rise of hydraulic clocks in Morocco

From the water clock erected at the Koutoubia gate by the Almohads to the numerous [...]

Muslims in the Viceroyalty of Peru

To speak on the subject of the Arabs in the viceroyalty, it would be necessary [...]

Tranquility, or sakînah, in Islam

Tranquility is the character, or state, of that which is calm, serene, without anxiety, without [...]

Eid al-Adha Mubarak

Make use of medical treatment, for Allah has not made a desease without appointing a [...]

Susana Mangana joins FUNCI

This month we have a reason to celebrate. Professor and researcher Susana Mangana Porteiro has [...]

Why Do We Need “Islamic Feminism”?

The Observatory of Islamophobia in the Media recovers this article published by the anthropologist Ziba [...]