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Rane, Halim. 2010. Islam and Contemporary Civilisation. Evolving Ideas,Transforming Relations. Click to read the back cover. (opens an image)
Rane, Halim. 2009. Reconstructing Jihad amid Competing International Norms, Palgrave Macmillan, New York. Click here to read reviews on Amazon.com
Halim Rane's highly praised book Reconstructing Jihad amid Competing International Norms is available for purchase from the Co-op Bookshop at Griffith University (Nathan campus) for the discounted price of $95.00. Phone (07) 3735 2677 / 5378 or email firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com . Order now and receive free postage within Australia! Or you can buy the book from Amazon.com
Rane, Halim, Ewart, Jacqui, & Abdalla, Mohamad (eds.). 2009(Forthcoming). Islam and the Australian News Media. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne.
Pearson, Mark, Brand, Jeff, Archbold, Deborah, & Rane, Halim. 2001. Sources of News and Current Affairs, Australian Broadcasting Authority, Sydney.
Refereed Journal Articles:
Rane, Halim. 2009. “Maqasid, Contextualisation and Social Science: Towards a Contemporary Methodology of Interpreting the Quran”, Islamic Perspective, 1(2), pp. 55-8
Rane, Halim. 2009. “Jihad, Competing Norms, and the Israel-Palestine Impasse”, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 63(1), pp. 37-59.
Rane, Halim. 2009. “Maqasid, Contextualisation and Social Science: Towards a Contemporary Methodology of Interpreting the Quran”, Islamic Perspective, 1(2), pp. 55-85.
Rane, Halim & Abdalla, Mohamad. 2008. “Mass Media Islam: The Impact of Media Imagery on Public Opinion’, Australian Journalism Review, 30(1), pp. 39-49.
Rane, Halim. 2007. “Rethinking Jihad in the Context of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Theoretical Framework”, Global Change, Peace, and Security,19(2), pp. 127-147.
Abdalla, Mohamad & Rane, Halim. 2009. “Islam and the Struggle for Democracy”, in M. Heazle, M. Griffiths, and T. Conley (eds.) Foreign Policy Challenges in the 21st Century, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
Rane, Halim. 2009. “Trading Rockets for Resolutions: Restructuring Palestinian Resistance in the Context of International Legal and Political Dynamics”, paper presented at the 10th annual conference of the Centre for the Study of Islam and Democracy, How to Improve Relations with the Muslim World, 5 May 2009, Washington D.C., United States of America.
Rane, Halim. 2008. “Mass Media Islam and Inter-Community Relations”, paper presented at the NSEIS conference on Challenges to Social Inclusion in Australia: The Muslim Experience, 19-20 November 2008, University of Melbourne.
Rane, Halim. 2008. “Issues of Ijtihad and Ifta’ in Conflict Resolution: The Case of Palestine”, paper presented at the International Conference on Ijtihad and Ifta’ in the 21st Century: Challenges and Prospects,12-14 August 2008, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Kuala Lumpur.
Rane, Halim. 2008. “Knowing One Another: An Antidote for Mass Media Islam”, paper presented at the international symposium on The Challenges and Opportunities of Islam in the West: The Case of Australia, 3-5 March 2008, Brisbane Convention Centre.
Rane, Halim. 2008. “The Role of Human Rights Norms in a Resolution of the Israel-Palestine Conflict”, paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Interfaith Symposium, Multi-Faith Centre, Griffith University, 23-25 February 2008.
(Un)Civil War of Words: Media and Politics in the Arab World by Fandy, M. (2007).
Reviewed by Rane, Halim. Australian Journalism Review, 01/12/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p136-137, 2p; (AN 36403111).
'There's something radically wrong about declarations of jihad’, 5 August 2009, The Courier Mail, p.31
Halim Rane and Ashutosh Misra, ‘Long climb to the moral high ground’, 29 November 2008, The Courier-Mail, p.59.
Halim Rane, ‘Murderers have no place among cherished heroes’, 13 November 2008, The Courier-Mail, p.33.
Halim Rane, ‘How the Jewish state is breaking the law’, 28 July 2006, The Courier-Mail, p.35.
Halim Rane, ‘Israeli 'high ground' mere propaganda’, 29 June 2006, The Courier-Mail, p.33.
Halim Rane, ‘A twisted message’, 11 November 2005, The Courier-Mail, p.21.