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- "Religion of peace" does not imply that Islam is a paciﬁst religion, that it rejects the use of violence altogether, as either a moral or a metaphysical evil. "Religion of peace" connotes, rather, that Islam can countenance a state of permanent, peaceful coexistence with other nations and peoples who are not Muslims...This position, I shall argue, is no more than the result of an objective application of principles of Islamic jurisprudence which no jurist or activist, medieval or modern, has claimed to reject.
- "Jihad and the Modern World" (Spring–Summer 2002), Journal of Islamic Law and Culture.
- Dr. Abdal Hakim Jackson (Sherman Jackson) Audio and Video Lectures
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