Letter to an African Muslim

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Author: Shaykh Abd al-Qadir as-Sufi ad-Darqawi
Publisher: Diwan Press
Year: 1981
Pages: 66
Printed: Norwich, England
ISBN: 0-906512-13-1
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: New
Weight: 95gr.
Description: In order to understand the present enslavement of our Islamic nation it is important to recognise the forces involved, their deployment, effect, power and weakness. At present a web of false information has been put out across Africa and, more seriously, working models and methods put forward to ‘solve’ the ‘problems’ of the ‘underdeveloped’ or ‘developing’ state. In other words, the Muslim intellectual (for a Muslim is by definition an intellectual) has been fed a false dialectic which, if he continues to work within it, will leave him in a power vacuum unable to impinge on the social and personal reality around him. It is vital that we both decode the current myths of ‘problem and solution’ as well as create a new polarity system of opposites to vitalise our renewed action as Islamic workers. (from the first chapter “Technique – the Dominant Culture”).

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