Ebrahim Moosa The winds of change of change, however blusteringly, have ushered in a new vice-chancellor at with the appointment of Mawlana Ghulam Vastanvi. While the world’s attention was rightfully focused on dramatic changes in Tunisia and now in Egypt … Continue reading
Opinion: ACT OF RECONCILIATION: AN APOLOGY? By: Ebrahim Moosa* September 19, 2010 The strong opposition to the proposed Park51 Islamic Center in New York over the summer of 2010 made me ponder and think hard as to why so many … Continue reading
Opinion: What will Muslims pray for at the end of Ramadan? By Ebrahim Moosa As Muslim Americans and millions around the world celebrate the end of Ramadan 2010 what will they pray for? What was the spiritual harvest of the … Continue reading
EBRAHIM MOOSA The gulf in perception between Islamic and secular perspectives over the meaning of human rights is growing. Media reports and western governments repeatedly charge Muslim governments from Sudan to Iran of human rights violations. In some parts of … Continue reading
By Ebrahim Moosa Published in “Neuropolitics and the Body” in Religion and Society: An Agenda for the 21st Century eds. Gerrie ter Haar & Yoshio Tsuruoka (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2007), pp. 47-59.