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Imam Tom discusses The Impossible State by Wael Hallaq

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Wael Hallaq: Reforming Modernity (Critical Islamic Studies/MF CASR Book Talk, October, 2021)

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Wael Hallaq (Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities, MESAAS, Columbia University) discusses his new book Reforming Modernity: Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha with Islam Dayeh (Assistant Professor, Freie Universität Berlin) and Sami Al-Daghistani (Convener; Postdoc Fellow, MF/Associate Faculty, BISR/Research Scholar, MEI, Columbia University). Opening remarks by Liv Ingeborg Lied (Director, MF CASR). Reforming Modernity explores intellectual and philosophical thought of one of the most significant philosophers in the Islamic world since the colonial period. The book sheds light on the past and more recent intellectual currents in Islamic thought and put forwards a formidable critique of Western and Islamic modernities. For the launch event of the Critical Islamic Studies, see here: 🤍 Critical Islamic Studies (CIS) is a research group and a consortium at the MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society in Oslo on Islamic intellectual history and ethics, particularly on Islamic environmental and economic thought, in order to expand and deepen both historical and modern research on pertinent topics. For more on Critical Islamic Studies, see here: 🤍 For CIS Facebook group, see here: 🤍

The Ethics of Empire and Wealth: Ibn Khaldun and the modern state

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#OxfordDadabhoyLecture #IbnKhaldun #ProfessorHallaq The Ethics of Empire and Wealth: Ibn Khaldun & The Modern State By Professor Wael B. Hallaq Columbia University. WAEL B. HALLAQ is the Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University, where he teaches ethics, law, and political thought. Widely considered one of the foremost contemporary authorities on Islamic law, Professor Hallaq has made foundational contributions to the field through several award-winning books, including Authority, Continuity, and Change in Islamic Law (2001), The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law (2005), An Introduction to Islamic Law (2009), and Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s Moral Predicament (2013). His work has been hugely influential, widely debated and translated in multiple languages. Professor Hallaq’s most recent book is Restating Orientalism: A Critique of Modern Knowledge, published by Columbia University Press

A Critique of Modernity: The State and its Forms of Knowledge | Lecture 1

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Professor Hallaq & Ovamir Anjum built upon The Impossible State (2013), Restating Orientalism (2108), and Reforming Modernity: Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha (2019).

The Ethics of Empire and Wealth: Ibn Khaldun and the Modern State

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Live stream of the Inaugural Sir Muhammad Iqbal Lecture 'The Ethics of Empire and Wealth: Ibn Khaldun and the Modern State' by Professor Wael B. Hallaq. WAEL B. HALLAQ is the Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University, where he teaches ethics, law and political thought. Widely considered as one of the foremost contemporary authorities on Islamic law, Professor Hallaq has made foundational contributions to the field through several award-winning books, including Authority, Continuity, and Change in Islamic Law (2001), The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law (2005), An Introduction to Islamic Law (2009), and Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s Moral Predicament (2013). His work has been hugely influential, widely debated and translated in multiple languages. Professor Hallaq’s most recent book is Restating Orientalism: A Critique of Modern Knowledge, published by Columbia University Press. MUHAMMAD IQBAL is one of the most influential Muslim thinkers of the twentieth century. Revered as the poet-philosopher of the East, Iqbal’s poetry in Urdu and Persian is considered as the finest expression of Muslim literary and philosophical tradition in modern history. He wrote on a diverse array of themes ranging from Islamic mysticism, the relationship between the Islam and the West, self and sovereignty, religious reform and the rights of the poor. He critiqued capitalism, colonialism and monarchic rule in Muslim societies. Iqbal’s lectures published under the title, Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam, are a classic reference in the field. An ardent believer in self-determination in the Indian sub-continent, Iqbal’s political ideals provided the intellectual foundation for the state of Pakistan. THE DADABHOY FOUNDATION is a non-profit organization based in Karachi that seeks to promote the educational, cultural, and scientific development of Pakistani society. The Sir Muhammad Iqbal Lecture is supported by the Dadabhoy Foundation whose Board of Trustees includes Mr Abdul Ghani Dadabhoy, an Oxford alumnus. THE OXFORD PAKISTAN PROGRAMME (OPP) is a university-wide initiative led by Pakistani alumni and academics that seeks to generate new opportunities for Pakistani-origin scholars at the University of Oxford, promote academic exchange between Oxford and Pakistan’s institutions of higher learning, and broaden academic conversations on Pakistan at Oxford. The OPP works closely with Lady Margaret Hall in the delivery of its constituent initiatives. For further information visit: 🤍

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#Nuktalar 🎯 Weal Hallaq kim? Dilsora Fozilova (Fan Nomzodi) Britaniya Kolumbiyasi Universiteti. Kanada Ma'ruzani to'liq tomosha qilishingiz mumkin 👇 🤍 Imkonsiz davlat: Islom,siyosat va zamonaviyliklikning ahloqiy ahvoli Kanalga ulanish uchun linkni ustiga bosing 👇 🤍

A Critique of Modernity: The State and its Forms of Knowledge | Lecture 2

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Professor Hallaq & Ovamir Anjum built upon The Impossible State (2013), Restating Orientalism (2108), and Reforming Modernity: Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha (2019).

A Critique of Modernity: The State and its Forms of Knowledge | Lecture 5

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Professor Hallaq & Ovamir Anjum built upon The Impossible State (2013), Restating Orientalism (2108), and Reforming Modernity: Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha (2019).

Christian Professor prefers Sharia over Secular ‘Tolerance’

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Wael Hallaq is one of the top professors in secular Islamic Studies. His books on Islamic law and history are the standard texts read in universities around the world. He is Palestinian Christian, but listen to what he says about the Sharia and the Islamic nation. This is a unique voice in secular academia and many of his colleagues have disavowed him for his anti-progressive stance, including Muslim academics! Isn't it ironic that you have "Muslim" academics who are constantly promoting liberal, progressive Islam, and secularism, but this Christian is literally calling secular progressivism "trash" and speaking of the superiority of traditional Islamic civilization over the modern world? #christian #Sharia #Islam تيليجرام 🤍 فيسبوك 🤍 تويتر 🤍 اشترك بقناة دانيال حقيقتجو الرسمية 🤍

Barnaamijka Milicsi | Wael Hallaq | Xalqaddii 6aad

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Barnaamijks Milicsi, waa barnaamij lagu gorfaynayo Maalmihii iyo Mucda afkaartii qayb ka mid ah Mufakiriinta iyo Falaasifadii caalamkan soo martay.

New Books in the Arts & Sciences: Celebrating Recent Work by Wael Hallaq

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October 17, 2018 🤍 Restating Orientalism: A Critique of Modern Knowledge By: Wael Hallaq Since Edward Said’s foundational work, Orientalism has been singled out for critique as the quintessential example of Western intellectuals’ collaboration with oppression. Controversies over the imbrications of knowledge and power and the complicity of Orientalism in the larger project of colonialism have been waged among generations of scholars. But has Orientalism come to stand in for all of the sins of European modernity, at the cost of neglecting the complicity of the rest of the academic disciplines? In this landmark theoretical investigation, Wael B. Hallaq reevaluates and deepens the critique of Orientalism in order to deploy it for rethinking the foundations of the modern project. Refusing to isolate or scapegoat Orientalism, Restating Orientalism extends the critique to other fields, from law, philosophy, and scientific inquiry to core ideas of academic thought such as sovereignty and the self. Hallaq traces their involvement in colonialism, mass annihilation, and systematic destruction of the natural world, interrogating and historicizing the set of causes that permitted modernity to wed knowledge to power. Restating Orientalism offers a bold rethinking of the theory of the author, the concept of sovereignty, and the place of the secular Western self in the modern project, reopening the problem of power and knowledge to an ethical critique and ultimately theorizing an exit from modernity’s predicaments. A remarkably ambitious attempt to overturn the foundations of a wide range of academic disciplines while also drawing on the best they have to offer, Restating Orientalism exposes the depth of academia’s lethal complicity in modern forms of capitalism, colonialism, and hegemonic power.

A Critique of Modernity: The State and its Forms of Knowledge | Lecture 6

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Professor Hallaq & Ovamir Anjum built upon The Impossible State (2013), Restating Orientalism (2108), and Reforming Modernity: Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha (2019).

A Critique of Modernity: The State and its Forms of Knowledge | Lecture 4

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Professor Hallaq & Ovamir Anjum built upon The Impossible State (2013), Restating Orientalism (2108), and Reforming Modernity: Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha (2019).

Imam Tom Talks About His Favourite Books

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The books discussed: The Order of Things by Michel Foucault Formations of the Secular by Talal Asad Restating Orientalism by Wael Hallaq Visit 🤍uticamasjid You Can Support My Work on Patreon: 🤍 My Paypal Link: 🤍

2020 TÜBA Akademi Ödülü Sahibi Prof. Dr. Weal B. HALLAQ

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2020 yılı TÜBA Akademi Ödülü, Sosyal ve Beşeri Bilimler kategorisinde; Columbia Üniversitesi Öğretim Üyesi Prof. Dr. Wael B. Hallaq’a, İslam hukuk tarihi kapsamında fıkıh usulü çalışmaları, özellikle içtihat meselesi, otantite sorunu, hukukî bilginin üretimi, içtihat kapısının kapalılığı, fetvâ-içtihat-kazâ gibi konulardaki incelemeleri ile, ilaveten, oryantalizm-modernite eleştirileri bağlamında getirdiği yeni kavrayışlar nedeniyle tevcih edilmiştir.

epistemological chrisis in Secularism Wael Hallaq

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REFORMING MODERNITY: ETHICS AND THE NEW HUMAN IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF ABDURRAHMAN TAHA by Prof Hallaq

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BOOK REVIEW: REFORMING MODERNITY: ETHICS AND THE NEW HUMAN IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF ABDURRAHMAN TAHA with author by Professor Wael Hallaq [Columbia University, USA] and hosted by Dr Mohammed Hashas [Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose(FSCIR) & Luiss University of Rome ,Italy]Date and time: Sunday 17th May 🤍6pm BST London/UK About: Reforming Modernity is a sweeping intellectual history and philosophical reflection built around the work of the Morocco-based philosopher Abdurrahman Taha, one of the most significant philosophers in the Islamic world since the colonial era. Wael B. Hallaq contends that Taha is at the forefront of forging a new, non-Western-centric philosophical tradition. He explores how Taha's philosophical project sheds light on recent intellectual currents in the Islamic world and puts forth a formidable critique of Western and Islamic modernities. Hallaq argues that Taha's project departs from-but leaves behind-the epistemological grounds in which most modern Muslim intellectuals have anchored their programs. Taha systematically rejects the modes of thought that have dominated the Muslim intellectual scene since the beginning of the twentieth century-nationalism, Marxism, secularism, political Islamism, and liberalism. Instead, he provides alternative ways of thinking, forcefully and virtuosically developing an ethical system with a view toward reforming existing modernities. Hallaq analyzes the ethical thread that runs throughout Taha's oeuvre, illuminating how Taha weaves it into a discursive engagement with the central questions that plague modernity in both the West and the Muslim world. The first introduction to Taha's ethical philosophy for Western audiences, Reforming Modernity presents his complex thought in an accessible way while engaging with it critically. Hallaq's conversation with Taha's work both proffers a cogent critique of modernity and points toward answers for its endemic and seemingly insoluble problems. Speaker - Professor Wael Hallaq [Columbia University, USA] Professor Wael B. Hallaq is one of the world’s leading academics on Islamic law and Islamic intellectual history. His work has been translated into several languages, including Arabic, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, and Turkish. He is currently the Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University at the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies. After a Ph.D. from the University of Washington, he joined The McGill University Institute of Islamic Studies in 1985, to become an assistant professor in Islamic law. In 1994, he earned full professorship, and in 2005 became a James McGill Professor in Islamic law. His teaching and research deal with the problematic epistemic ruptures generated by the onset of modernity and the socio-politico-historical forces subsumed by it; with the intellectual history of Orientalism and the repercussions of Orientalist paradigms in later scholarship and in Islamic legal studies as a whole; and with the synchronic and diachronic development of Islamic traditions of logic, legal theory, and substantive law and the interdependent systems within these traditions. Hallaq’s writings have explored the structural dynamics of legal change in pre-modern law, and have recently been examining the centrality of moral theory to understanding the history of Islamic law and modern political movements. He is the author of more than sixty scholarly articles, and his books include Ibn Taymiyya Against the Greek Logicians (Oxford, 1993); A History of Islamic Legal Theories: An Introduction to Sunni Usul al-fiqh (Cambridge, 1997); Authority, Continuity and Change in Islamic Law (Cambridge, 2001); Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law (Cambridge, 2005); and An Introduction to Islamic Law (Cambridge, 2009). His Shari’a: Theory, Practice, Transformations (Cambridge, 2009) examines the doctrines and practices of Islamic law within the context of its history, from its beginnings in seventh-century Arabia, down to the present. His recent works include The Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity's Moral Predicament (2013), which won Columbia University Press's Distinguished Book Award, and Restating Orientalism: A Critique of Modern Knowledge (Columbia, 2018). For more information about him and publications, please visit: 🤍columbia.edu/cu/mesaas/faculty/directory/hallaq.html

A Critique of Modernity: The State and its Forms of Knowledge | Lecture 3

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Professor Hallaq & Ovamir Anjum built upon The Impossible State (2013), Restating Orientalism (2108), and Reforming Modernity: Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha (2019).

Wael Hallaq Taoufik Abdelhafid

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تفاكر_و_حوار هذه الحلقة الأولى من سلسلة زيارتي لمفكرين بمعية صديق الحلقة الأولى: حول المفكر وائل حلاق بمشاركة الصديق Charif Abdel Hafid الذي اشكره مرة اخرى على مشاركته القيمة.

Best Books on Postcolonial Theory

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🤍 Post-Orientalism: Knowledge and Power in a Time of Terror Hamid Dabashi 🤍 🤍 Can Non-Europeans Think? Hamid Dabashi 🤍 🤍 Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples Linda Tuhiwai Smith 🤍 🤍 Brown Skin, White Masks Hamid Dabashi 🤍 🤍 Secular Translations: Nation-State, Modern Self, and Calculative Reason Talal Asad 🤍 🤍 Genealogies of Religion: Discipline and Reasons of Power in Christianity and Islam Talal Asad 🤍 🤍 Formations of the Secular: Christianity, Islam, Modernity Talal Asad 🤍 🤍 Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction Leela Gandhi 🤍 🤍 Non-Western Educational Traditions: Local Approaches to Thought and Practice Timothy Reagan 🤍 🤍 The Days: His Autobiography in Three Parts Taha Hussein 🤍 Orientalism Edward W. Said 🤍 🤍 The Selected Works of Edward Said, 1966 - 2006 Edward W. Said 🤍 🤍 Covering Islam: How the Media and the Experts Determine How We See the Rest of the World Edward W. Said 🤍 Culture and Imperialism Edward W. Said 🤍 🤍 Science of the Cosmos, Science of the Soul: The Pertinence of Islamic Cosmology in the Modern World by William C. Chittick 🤍 Orientalism and Islam: European Thinkers on Oriental Despotism in the Middle East and India Michael Curtis 🤍 🤍 Reforming Modernity: Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha Wael Hallaq 🤍 🤍 Restating Orientalism: A Critique of Modern Knowledge Wael Hallaq 🤍 🤍 The Wretched of the Earth Frantz Fanon 🤍 🤍

Prof. Dr. WAEL HALLAQ İle Önemli Bir Söyleşi I 1. Bölüm I Türkçe Altyazılı

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Prof. Dr. WAEL HALLAQ İle Önemli Bir Söyleşi 1. Bölüm I Türkçe Altyazılı Sosyal Medya Hesaplarımız: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

The Impossible State, Wael Hallaq

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Wacana pengenalan terhadap karya Wael B. Hallaq yang berjudul "The Impossible State" yang diterbitkan pada tahun 2012.

Prof. Dr. WAEL HALLAQ İle Önemli Bir Söyleşi I 2. Bölüm I Türkçe Altyazılı

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Prof. Dr. WAEL HALLAQ İle Önemli Bir Söyleşi 2. Bölüm I Türkçe Altyazılı I Tercüme: İDE Sosyal Medya Hesaplarımız: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Wael Hallaq'ın "İmkansız Devlet" İsimli Eserine Dâir

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Wael Hallaq'ın "İmkansız Devlet" İsimli Eserine Dair Birkaç Kelam

The Impossible State (Wael Hallaq) || Obrolan Buku

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#waelhallaq #politikislam #obrolanbuku

İmkansız Devlet - Wael B. Hallaq

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İslam Devletinin, Modern devletin (state) içine sığdırılması mümkün değildir. Çünkü Modern, devlete yani yönetici zümreye tapınır. Devlet (yani yönetici zümre) TANRIDIR.. Halbuki Şeriat Yönetici zümrenin de Tanrıya (ahlaka, erdeme, adalete, hukuka) tabi olmasını şart koşar.

"من الانتقاد إلى النقد: من هنا نبدأ" – الدكتور وائل حلاق

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المحاضرة الافتتاحية لمركز مغارب تحت عنوان: "من الانتقاد إلى النقد: من هنا نبدأ" – الدكتور وائل حلاق.

How can we be sure that a hadith is the actual uttering of the Prophet? (Dr Jonathan AC Brown)

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Excerpted from “A Crisis of Confidence Amongst Muslims and How We Read Our Scripture” 🤍 For more details, refer to the following: “Did the Prophet Say It or Not?: The Literal, Historical, and Effective Truth Ḥadīths in Early Sunnism (Dr Jonathan Brown)” 🤍 "The Authenticity of Prophetic Hadith: a Pseudo-problem (Wael B. Hallaq)" 🤍 "Authenticity of the Qur’an" 🤍

16 Reforming Modernity | Lockdown Library | Dr Asim Qureshi

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Join the avid reader, thinker and human rights lawyer Dr. Asim Qureshi as he brings you reviews from some of his favourite books from his library. FREE ACCESS TO ONLINE MASJID Access 100s of new episodes at The Online Masjid: 🤍 LOCKDOWN HITS ISLAM21C The lockdown has hit us hard. DONATE NOW to support the work of Islam21c this Ramadan: 🤍

وائل حلاق والدولة المستحيلة لا دولة اسلامية تنفع ولا حداثة تنفع مالبديل ؟

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مفكر فلسطيني مرموق تخصص في دراسة الشريعة واصول الفقه والتاريخ الاسلامي ووصل لدرجة الاستاذية في تخصصه واثارت كتبه جدلا كبيرا واهمها كتابه الاشهر الدولة المستحيلة التي يؤكد فشل قيام دولة اسلامية وكذلك انتقد الحضارة الغربية والحداثة ولذلك فهو يلقي سهام الإسلاميين وكذلك العلمانيين ولكنها دعوة للتفكير والعصف الذهني

Islam in Digitality: Critical Theoretical Foundations - Dr. H. Azad at the Ibn Arabi Society Kashmir

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What are some of the philosophical and subject-forming assumptions and regimes of truth of Digitality? How can Foucault help us to think through what is perhaps the *foundational* existentially impactful (in the sense of its re-structuring what it means to be human) aspect of life today (namely: Digitality), and how can we maintain a degree of healthy skepticism towards it? How is Islam re-shaped to fit the strictures of Digitality? How are Muslims re-shaped? Given that no technology is ever neutral - all technologies have the ideologies of their creators baked into them, whether consciously, or, more often, unconsciously - what are some of the ideological-political assumptions of Digitality? Dr. Hasan Azad addresses these questions in conversation with the Ibn Arabi Society Kashmir. ... Hasan Azad holds a PhD in Islamic Studies from Columbia University. His work examines-among other things-the multifarious ways media-political narratives construct Muslimness as an object of fundamental Otherness. His online publications include lengthy interviews with Talal Asad, Wael Hallaq, and Tariq Ramadan. Hasan has written for AlJazeera, Allegra Lab, The Huffington Post, The Islamic Monthly, Jadaliyya, Religion Dispatches, and Sacred Matters. The topics of his articles range from Islamic Philosophy to Islam and Animal Ethics, from Islamic Politics to Post-colonial Muslim Subjects, from Digital Islam to Islam and Artificial Intelligence. His article "Reconstructing the Muslim Self: Muhammad Iqbal, Khudi, and the Modern Self" is published in the Islamophobia Studies Journal (Fall, 2014), and his entry "Sexuality" is published in the Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World, 2nd edition.

Hassan Al Hallaq: wife, mother, sister and his 3 children wiped out by IDF bombing

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Gaza city, Hassan Al Hallaq did what any sensible parent would do: When the latest bout of violence erupted here, he moved his family — wife, Samar, and two sons, Kenan 6 and Saji 4, away from their apartment on the outskirts of town and into the middle of Gaza City. Away from the border, away from the tunnels, the rockets and the front line, he thought his family would be safe. The IT manager at a Palestinian Bank had lived with his family through two previous wars and knew his neighborhood in East Gaza would be targeted by the Israelis because it is close to the border. So he did what the Israelis always told Gaza residents to do: He packed his belongings and moved his entire family along with his parents to his sister’s apartment deep into the city. That apartment complex was made up of several buildings, dozens of apartments, hundreds of residents and visitors, it’s in a middle-class neighborhood. "We thought that it was the safest place in Gaza City because it is the center of the city also the Israelis through to their warnings to all dangerous areas, they say, we advise that you move to the center of the city. On Sunday, as his family was preparing to break the daily Ramadan fast at about 7 p.m., two Israeli missiles slammed into the building where they were staying along with his parents. "All of a sudden we hear a huge explosion happened in the house. I found myself thrown on the floor, everybody screaming around... I was sitting in the outer room with my father and my two brothers ... the rest of the family are in the back of the house, all of them have passed away. Only we who were sitting in the outside room survived." Al Hallaq and his two brothers and father survived. His wife, his mother, his sister and the three children who were in the back part of the home were killed. His wife was 9 months pregnant with their third boy. They were married for seven years, but it was all gone in a matter of seconds. No where is safe in Gaza when Israel indiscriminately attacks civilians.

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