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The Australian Journal of Islamic Studies is an international open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the scholarly study of Islam and Muslims. Contributions are encouraged from Islam and Muslim related disciplines and sub-disciplines; these may include theology, philosophy, sociology, jurisprudence, contemporary studies, comparative religion, spirituality, Qur’anic and Sunnah studies, history and art.


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Volume 9, No. 1.
Islamic and Muslim Studies in the Period of Great Transformation

Table of contents


  1. Editor’s Introduction

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  2. Evaluating Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s Views on Adherence to Islam in Heretic

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  3. Finding the Moral High Ground: The Unshackled as Defenders of ‘Truth’

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  4. The Application of Islamic Principles on Entrepreneurship Competence Development Framework

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  5. Islamic Pluralism and the Muslim Voice: Western Attitudes that Define Islamic Identity in the West

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  6. Revisiting the Crucifixion of Jesus within Islam

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  7. Analysing ‘Jihad’ Rhetoric in the Australian Context

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