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Dr. Rashid Shaz is an ISESCO Ambassador for Dialogue of Culture among Civilizations and a professor of English at the Aligarh Muslim University, India. Dr. Shaz is considered as one of the foremost ideologues of living Islam both in India and abroad. He has extensively delivered talks on various aspects of Islam in the Muslim world, Europe and America.

  • Name

    Dr. Rashid Shaz

  • Born

    5 February 1963

  • Alma mater

    Aligah Muslim University

  • Occupation

    Islamic scholar

  • Religion

    Islam

  • Country

    India

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دعوة منتدى دلهي 2006المجلس الدولي اإلسالمي

INVITATION Delhi Platform 2006- International Council on Islam

Not Dead Yet- A Memoir

"Not Dead Yet" is more than just a memoir; it is a raw and unfiltered attempt to capture the essence of an autobiography. As you turn the pages of this...

إدراك أسباب تراجع الامة

संयुक्त इस्लाम का घोषना पत्र

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“Whereas spiritual reformation is important for Rashid Shaz, in Creating a Future Islamic Civilization he claims the real revolution is needed within Islam itself. For him, the West has tried to build a man-centered world and it has failed. Collapse is inevitable as anything goes in the New Age, self-help mess of the Age of Unreason. Thus, the time has come for Islam to re-awaken and proclaim that it has more than a spiritual message. To do this, it needs an internal reformation and to get out of its medieval time-wrap to talk to the modern world. A controversial read… his call is important.”

- The Times, London

“Some of his ideas are radical. Shaz places unconventional proposals in the book. It is for the thinking readers now to decide what can be done with them.”

- The Telegraph, Calcutta

“Whereas spiritual reformation is important for Rashid Shaz, in Creating a Future Islamic Civilization he claims the real revolution is needed within Islam itself. For him, the West has tried to build a man-centered world and it has failed. Collapse is inevitable as anything goes in the New Age, self-help mess of the Age of Unreason. Thus, the time has come for Islam to re-awaken and proclaim that it has more than a spiritual message. To do this, it needs an internal reformation and to get out of its medieval time-wrap to talk to the modern world. A controversial read… his call is important.”

- The Times, London