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BookEsack, Farid (1997)
Quran, liberation and pluralism: An Islamic perspective of interreligious solidarity against oppression
Oxford: Oneworld. 288p.

Periodical articleEsack, Farid (1996)
PAGAD and Islamic radicalism: Taking on the state?
Indicator South Africa. Volume 13 #4. p. 7-11.

Periodical articleEsack, Farid (1993)
Religion in the service of politics and service in the politics of religion
Abstract presentWorld Faiths Encounter. Volume 4. p. 35-42.

Book chapterEsack, Farid (1993)
Liberation, human rights, gender and Islamic law: The South African case
In: Lindholm, T.; Vogt, K. (eds.), Islamic law reform and human rights: Challenges and rejoinders. Copenhagen: Nordic Human Rights Publications. p. 163-196.

Book chapterEsack, Farid (1993)
Muslims engaging apartheid: The emergence of an Islamic theology of liberation
In: Mutambirwa, J. (ed.), The role of religion in dismantling apartheid. Geneva: WCC & UNESCO. p. 33-56.

Book chapterEsack, Farid (1992)
Liberation, human rights, gender and Islamic law
In: Voqt, R.T.; Lindholm, T. (eds.), Human rights and the modern application of Islamic law. Oslo: National Institute of Human Rights. p. 163-196.

Book chapterEsack, Farid (1992)
Wie befreit ist die christliche Befreiungstheologie in Südafrika? Gedenken eines muslimischen Aktivisten-Theologen
In: Lahnemann, J. (ed.), Das Wiedererwachen der Religionen als pädagogische Herausforderung: Interreligiöse Erziehung im Spannungsfeld von Fundamentalismus und Säkularismus. Nuremberg: Verlag Rissen. p. 140-149.

Periodical articleEsack, Farid (1992)
See this publicationIslam in Southern Africa: A Rejoinder to Nkrumah
Review of African Political Economy. Volume 19 #53. p. 75-78.

Periodical articleEsack, Farid (1991)
Contemporary religious thought in South Africa and the emergence of Qur'anic hermeneutical notions
Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations. Volume 2 #2. p. 206-226.

Book chapterEsack, Farid (1991)
Islam, the people and sovereignty
In: Nürnberger, Klaus; Blom, Adrian (eds.), A democratic vision for South Africa. Pietermaritzburg: Encounter Publications. p. 214-223.

Periodical articleEsack, Farid (1991)
The exodus paradigm in the Qur'an in the light of re-interpretative Islamic thought in South Africa
Islamochristiana. Volume 17. p. 83-97.

Book chapterEsack, Farid (1989)
The Freedom Charter through the Eyes of an Islamist
In: Polley, James A. (ed.), The Freedom Charter and the Future. Johannesburg: Ad. Donker. p. 105-110.

BookEsack, Maulana Farid (1989)
But Musa went to Fir-aun!: a compilation of questions and answers about the role of Muslims in the South African struggle for liberation
Maitland?: Call of Islam. 84p.

BookEsack, Farid (1988)
The struggle: A manual for Islamicists in the midst of the South African crucible
Johannesburg: Call of Islam. 83p.

BookEsack, Farid (1988)
But Musa went to Fir'aun!
Cape Town: Call of Islam. 84p.

Periodical articleEsack, Farid (1988)
Three Islamic Strands in the South African Struggle for Justice
Abstract presentThird World Quarterly. Volume 10 #2. April. p. 473-498.

Periodical articleEsack, Farid (1987)
Muslims in South Africa: The Quest for Justice
Abstract presentBulletin on Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa. Volume 5 #2. April. p. 1-18.

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