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Books, journal articles, and chapters that address some facet of Islam and Peace. Open source links to texts provided when available. If not, links to special access providers have been listed.

An-Na’im, Abdullahi Admed. “The Constant Mediation of Resentment and Retaliation.” Philosophy & Social Criticism 38:4-5 (2012): 351-358.

An-Na’im, Abdullahi Admed. Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights: Muslims and Global Justice. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011.

Baabood, Abdullah. “Reinforcing Ambivalence: The Interaction of Gulf States and the European Union.” European Foreign Affairs Review 12:4 (2007): 537-554.

Galtung, John. “Research on Peace and Conflict in the Time of Cholera: Ten Points for Future Peace Studies.” Sociologica 10:28 (1995); 235-250.

Kalin, Ibrahim. “Islam and Peace: A Survey of the Sources of Peace in the Islamic Tradition.” Islamic Studies 44:3 (2005): 327-62.

Lamptey, Jerusha. “Embracing Relationality and Theological Tensions: Muslima Theology, Religious Diversity, and Fate.”

Laila, Muhammed Abu. “Islam and Peace.” Islamic Quarterly 35:1 (1991): 55.

Salim, Ruhul, Mohammad Zakir Hossain and Nasser Al-Mawali. “Distribution of wealth and resources in Islam: Restoring social Justice, peace and prosperity,” International Journal of Economic Research 13:2 (2016): 571-586.

Sanneh, Lamin. “Sacred and Secular in Islam: Policy implications.” Transformation 19:1 (2002): 153-159.

Shalaby, Ibrahim M. “Islam and Peace.” The Journal of Religious Thought 34:2 (1977): 42.

Wadud, Amina. “Towards a Qur’anic hermeneutics of social justice: race, class and gender.” The Journal of Law and Religion 12:1 (1996): 37.

Woods, Timothy J. “Islam, peace and the quest for justice.” Theology 109: 852 (2006): 412.