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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


 “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.


 “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 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 Web site.
 Produce your proof: Muslim exegesis, the Hadith, and the Jews. Published: Spring 2004. Available online on the Web site.

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