Is it Possible to Reconcile Islam and Modernity?

By Moosa Khan
A basic tension between modernity and Islam arises, when philosophically modernity privileges reason as the main source of knowledge and the source of law and ethics in human beings, while Islam relies on revelation as the primary source of knowledge and on God as the source of law and ethics.

Victims, Villains and Valour: Global War on Terror and its Gendered Connotations

By Aindrila Chakraborty
The global war on terror and the security narratives produced thereafter has not only put forth complex challenges to the question of war and peace, but it has also strategically produced images, carrying gendered connotations, categorically identifying certain communities. Such constructions tend to be consumed globally, even today.