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Islamic Reform

You may have heard the phrase Islamic reformation, used most recently by politicians to push their agenda, often with little to no interest in the people or communities impacted by their policies. There is no such thing as an “Islamic” reformation, which is a loaded term that implies the faith needs to change. Many of the people who promote the phrase Islamic reformation have little to no substantive education no curiosity about Islam. The extent of their knowledge is rooted in the undesirable or misunderstood passages of doctrine, as well as the most restrictive analysis of Islam during the medieval era through the rise of modern day religious extremism through terror groups. This is reductive thinking. Islam is much bigger than that. A change in how Muslims carry forward their faith is rooted in reformation among Muslims (Muslim reform) — not Islam (Islamic reform).

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