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Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi

Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi

The author is a scholar of comparative religion, classical Arabic and Islamic sciences, cultural analyst and researcher in media and communication Studies. He tweets at @GRDehlvi and can be contacted at grdehlavi@gmail.com.

Kashmir Al-Qaeda affiliate promotes medieval Islamic worldviews
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Kashmir Al-Qaeda affiliate promotes medieval Islamic worldviews

Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi- December 8, 2017

The medieval Islamic jurists divided the world into two sharply different and dichotomous categories: ‘Dar-ul-Harb’ (land of war) and 'Darul Islam' (abode of Islam). The ... Read More

Threat of fanatic fatwas looming large in Indian Muslim community
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Threat of fanatic fatwas looming large in Indian Muslim community

Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi- October 24, 2017

While other faith leaders have opened their doors to fresh scientific ideas, Muslim theologians are still lacking the logical progression in their socio-religious thoughts. Read More

Islamist cleric’s Hate Speech in Kolkata: Why Ulema silent?
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Islamist cleric’s Hate Speech in Kolkata: Why Ulema silent?

Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi- September 21, 2017

What makes Ulema silent onlookers when hate speeches are delivered to invoke the Indian Muslims to ‘fight’ the government for their brethren in Islam—the Rohingya ... Read More

Al-Qalam’s jihadist underpinnings: Feeding ‘Muslim victimhood’ narrative in India
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Al-Qalam’s jihadist underpinnings: Feeding ‘Muslim victimhood’ narrative in India

Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi- September 18, 2017

The in-house Urdu magazine of the extremist outfit—Jaish-e-Muhammad—al-Qalam has published an article urging the South Asian Muslims to wage a violent jihad in Myanmar in ... Read More

An interplay between women and Islamic radicalisation
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An interplay between women and Islamic radicalisation

Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi- July 25, 2017

Alimaat (female Islamic scholars) and Murshidaat (woman spiritual guides) are countering religious radicalisation in Morocco and Algeria. Read More

ISIS defeat in Mosul is not an end to the extremist Islamic ideology
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ISIS defeat in Mosul is not an end to the extremist Islamic ideology

Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi- March 6, 2017

The ISIS cult will loom large in the region threatening peace and stability and creating geopolitical dangers, especially to the common masses across the Arab ... Read More