Halal but un-islamic, restoring the Ethical Core of Islam

The last three hundred years of Muslim history has witnessed the gap between law and ethics widen. Throughout various intervals in history, the discipline of law lost its connection with the ethical paradigm of Islam. The Islamic faith has been reduced to a legal barometer, a code of halal and haram. The microscopic lens of our legal tradition which dissects and deciphers to offer creative legal solutions is the pre-eminent and predominant framework through which we analyse and make sense of the world around us. The result?


Arts & Ethics

Kant defines art as “a kind of representation that is purposive in itself and, though without an end, nevertheless promotes the cultivation of mental powers for sociable communication.” In the same manner as everything in life, art cannot flourish without constant growth and encouragement of pursuit.

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