Literature

Toward Islamization of the Non-Visual Arts: A Brief Discussion of Some Crucial Issues

In his recent article, “Religious Fascism and Art,” Dr. Sa‘ad al Din Ibrahim concludes with these words addressed to all scholars in the visual and nonvisual arts field: “Those who have the ‘Islamic alternative or alternatives’ let them be obliged, if they truly believe in the existence of refined standards for aesthetic creativity different from those available, (let them) endeavor to present these refinements to society. They have endeavored and succeeded in recent years in presenting alternatives in economic institutions, services and investments, which attracted large numbers . . . why do they not do the same in the arts field?”

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