ASGHAR ALI ENGINEER AND HIS THOUGHTS
Asghar Ali Engineer (1939-2013) is one of the modern scholars from India who has written extensively on Muslim issues. His writings revolve around the exploitation of Muslims in the hand of religious and political leaders, subjugation carried out on Muslim women in the society, compatibility of Islam with modern socio-economic and political concepts, and 21st-century thinking and lifestyle. The ongoing article discussed the life of Asghar Ali Engineer in brief and introduced some of his thoughts for the aforementioned topics. An overall analysis is presented in his thoughts as well. The article is qualitative in nature where data is collected from both primary and secondary sources.
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