By Bill Whitehouse
He seeks to argue that they either percentage an analogous method of rules akin to: rights, freedom, function, and morality. in spite of the fact that, he usually does the foregoing in tricky methods either with appreciate to his explication in regards to the nature of democracy, in addition to when it comes to his clarification of Islam.
Unfortuantely, Imam Rauf stumbles into very risky territory whilst he seeks to place forth a controversy which keeps that simply because either democracy (through the idea of inalienable rights which are endowed to us by means of our author) and Islam (through the information of revelation and the Prophetic culture) are rooted in Divine authority, then, somebody is lower than a duty to stick with or obey no matter what leaders are in strength (within a democracy and/or an Islamic nation) only if such leaders act according to the foundations and values proven via Divinity.
However, Imam Rauf fails to convincingly reveal -- both with admire to democracy or Islam -- why somebody should still settle for his interpretation of both democracy or Islam. consequently, Imam Rauf adopts a number of positions relating: 9-11, agencies, the Iraq/Afghanistan wars, banks, international coverage, capitalism, the announcement of Independence, the structure, The invoice of Rights, Islam, shari'ah (so-called Islamic law), and the Sufi course that won't be tenable.
Imam Rauf is anyone who's one of many leaders of the gang of people who're on the middle of the hurricane surrounding the proposed group heart (also referred to as Cordoba condominium, Park51, and the floor 0 mosque) in manhattan urban. Given his centrality in that controversy, the method of seriously exploring Imam Rauf's standpoint referring to quite a few matters can be of price to either Muslims and non-Muslims.
The indisputable fact that 3 years after Sep 11 Imam Rauf wrote a booklet -- specifically, 'What's correct With Islam' -- when it comes to a few of the aforementioned concerns -- bargains a chance to have interaction what he has to assert and examine such concerns. the truth that many folks -- either Muslim and non-Muslim -- have counseled Imam Rauf's e-book increases a few vital questions relating such endorsements -- specifically if the severe statement in 'What's fallacious With what is correct' constitutes a correct and reasonable serious overview of Imam Rauf's ideas.
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