Islamic Law in the News Roundup

Allan Goodson, a mechanic in southern Utah, alleged that he was harassed by his employer and fired from his job because he converted to Islam. News outlets in the Arab world, particularly in Egypt, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia, have portrayed the recent dismissal of the prime minister and closure of parliament by the Tunisian … Continue reading Islamic Law in the News Roundup

“700,000 Ancient African Books Have Survived In Mali’s Timbuktu University”

The following article was cross-posted from Liberty Writers Africa. "700,000 Ancient African Books Have Survived In Mali’s Timbuktu University" Not until recently did most commentators on African literary history believe that African societies had any form of writing tradition. Since the rediscovery of ancient manuscript collections, with some dating back to at least the 8th century … Continue reading “700,000 Ancient African Books Have Survived In Mali’s Timbuktu University”