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Political Islam and Jerusalem


Prof. Ahmed H. al-Rahim

Sunday, March 25, 2018—3:00 pm
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church—Unitarian Universalist, 717 Rugby Rd., Charlottesville.

Ahmed H. al-Rahim is Associate Professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Virginia’s Department of Religious Studies. He studies and teaches medieval Islamic intellectual history, particularly the philosophical reception of Avicenna (d. 1037) and classical Islamic ethical thought, as well as aspects of the ideological development of political Islam in the modern age.


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