In political matters ambiguity cannot be allowed any room. Ambiguities carry a value for the Fuqaha,’ but in politics, to ignore them can be suicidal.
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Talk delivered at Stanford University, hosted by Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) and Muslim Student Association.
UMM UMAR, one of the founding members of the institute shares her inputs on the mission, programme and development of the Institution.
The concluding account of the life and times of the first successor of the Prophet (saws) Caliph Abu Bakr.
Two parchment leaves of a Qur’anic text dating back to within two decades of Prophet Muhammad’s death, indicate that the Qur’an has remained unchanged.