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MOHAMMED Khaleel

MOHAMMED Khaleel

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Eléments biographiques

Khaleel Mohamed étudia le Droit islamique à l’Université Imam Muhammad Bin Saud en Arabie Saoudite puis termina son cursus universitaire au Canada puis aux Etats-Unis où il obtint son doctorat à l’Université McGill.

Sélection bibliographique

Articles

- “Assessing English Translations of the Qur’an,” Middle East Quarterly, Spring 2005, Volume XII (2): 59-72.
- “Muslim Exegesis, the Hadith and the Jews” Judaism, #209/210 (53) Winter-Spring 2004: 3-11.
- “Probing the Identity of the Sacrificial Son in the Qur’an,” Journal of Religion and Culture (13), 1999, Concordia University: 125-138.
- “The Foundations of the Muslim Prayer.” Medieval Encounters (5), March 1999, E.J.Brill: 17-28.
- “The Concept of Abrogation in the Qur’an.” Published under pseudonym, Abu Yousuf al-Corentini. Journal of Religion and Culture (10) 1996, Concordia University: 63-76.

Contributions

- “The Identity of the Qur’an’s Ahl al-Dhikr,” in Coming to Terms with the Qur’an. Ed. by Andrew Rippin and Khaleel Mohammed. Under review. McGill University Press.
- “Al-Rida’s Argumentation Against the Leaders of the People of the Book, the Magians, the Sabeans and Others (excerpted from Al-Istibsar). Translated as chapter for Theology of Shi‘ism: A Debate Between Imam Ali Rida and People of Other Beliefs. Ed. By Saeed Argomand. Global Publications, State University of New York, Binghamton, 1999.

Compte rendus et articles dans des encyclopédies

- “Sex, Sexuality and Family in the Qur’an” Encyclopedia Article for Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Qur’an. Ed. Andrew Rippin. Under Final Review.
- “Excellence and Precedence,” by Asma Afsaruddin. H-Mideast-Medieval, H-Net Reviews, 2004. Available online on the H-Net Web site.
- “The Qur’an-A Contemporary Translation,” by Ahmed Ali. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, Volume. XXXVI (1) Summer 2002: 47. Article also available online at on the Arizona.edu Web site.
- “The Koran: A Very Short Introduction,” by Michael Cook. H-Mideast-Medieval, H-Net
Reviews, February 2003. Available also available online on the H-Net Web site.
Electronically Accessible Publications
- Assessing English Translations of the Qur’an. Published: Spring 2005. Available online on the Meforum.org Web site.
- Produce your proof: Muslim exegesis, the Hadith, and the Jews. Published: Spring 2004. Available online on the Findarticles.com Web site.

(Source: http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/ khaleel/index.htm)