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Ali Abdel Raziq (Arabic: ﻋﻠﻲ ﻋﺒﺪ ﺍﻟﺮﺍﺯﻕ‎{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}) (1888-1966) was an Egyptian scholar of Islam, religious judge, and government minister.<ref name=dict2010>Marshall Cavendish Reference. Illustrated Dictionary of the Muslim World Muslim World. Marshall Cavendish, 2010 ISBN 9780761479291 p.79.</ref> His writings—some controversial at the time—debated the role of religion and Islamic history in 20th century politics and government.<ref name=dict2010 /> While the implication of his arguments still remain a point of debate, his 1925 book Islam and the Foundations of Governance argued against a role for religion in politics or the political prescriptive value of religious texts.<ref name=dict2010 /><ref name = Souad2009>Souad T. Ali. A religion, not a state: Ali 'Abd al-Raziq's Islamic justification of political secularism. University of Utah Press, 2009. ISBN 9780874809510</ref><ref name=leonard2006>Thomas M. Leonard (ed). Encyclopedia of the Developing World, Volume 2. Taylor & Francis, 2006. ISBN 9781579583880. p.878.</ref> He argued that Islamic texts were and should remain neutral in political debate and civil institution building.<ref name=leonard2006 /> He attended Oxford University<ref name=leonard2006 /> and was a scholar and jurist at al-Azhar in Cairo.<ref name=leonard2006 />


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Ali Abdel Raziq (Arabic: ﻋﻠﻲ ﻋﺒﺪ ﺍﻟﺮﺍﺯﻕ‎{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}) (1888-1966) was an Egyptian scholar of Islam, religious judge, and government minister.<ref name=dict2010>Marshall Cavendish Reference. Illustrated Dictionary of the Muslim World Muslim World. Marshall Cavendish, 2010 ISBN 9780761479291 p.79.</ref> His writings—some controversial at the time—debated the role of religion and Islamic history in 20th century politics and government.<ref name=dict2010 /> While the implication of his arguments still remain a point of debate, his 1925 book Islam and the Foundations of Governance argued against a role for religion in politics or the political prescriptive value of religious texts.<ref name=dict2010 /><ref name = Souad2009>Souad T. Ali. A religion, not a state: Ali 'Abd al-Raziq's Islamic justification of political secularism. University of Utah Press, 2009. ISBN 9780874809510</ref><ref name=leonard2006>Thomas M. Leonard (ed). Encyclopedia of the Developing World, Volume 2. Taylor & Francis, 2006. ISBN 9781579583880. p.878.</ref> He argued that Islamic texts were and should remain neutral in political debate and civil institution building.<ref name=leonard2006 /> He attended Oxford University<ref name=leonard2006 /> and was a scholar and jurist at al-Azhar in Cairo.<ref name=leonard2006 />


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Intro  Biography  Work  Secularism and Islam and the Foundations of Governance  Writings  References  

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