Arabic Manuscripts in the British LibraryIslamic Mysticism & Philosophy. Microfiche published by IDC Publishers
Because printing came late to the Middle East, relatively few of the key Arabic texts for Islamic Studies have ever been printed. Hence manuscript sources are particularly important in this field of study. This large British Library microfiche set reproduces works of Muslim philosophers in all fields of philosophical study, as well as various versions of key Greek texts and commentaries on same. Works address teachings on morality and conduct, both personal and public.
Islamic Studies and Journals from India and Pakistan
CRL has collected from various sources assorted recent English- and South Asian-language books and journals on the topic of Islamic practice and law and political Islam, many of which were produced in Pakistan and India. Some examples:
- Al-Islam. Karachi: Published by the Holy Quran Society, May 1953 1958.
- Muhammad Ayyub Khan. What is Islam? Lahore: al-Ikhwan Idara Tablighi-Islam, 1979.
- Maryam Jameelah. Islam and Orientalism. Lahore, Pakistan: Mohammad Yusuf Khan & Sons, 1981.
- Moin Shakir. Islam in Indian Politics. Delhi: Ajanta Publications, 1983.
- Amalendu De. Islam in Modern India. Calcutta: Maya Prakashan, 1982.
- Mustafa Sabai (Sibai). D+n-i Islm men sunnat o %adis k maqm tal+f, Mucmaf $asn+ al-Sab+ al-Shm+; tarjumah, A%mad $asan lonk+; naar-i s1