The Islamization of Psychology: Its “Why”, Its “What”, Its “How” and Its “Who”
This paper is a republished article from Professor Malik Badri on his keynote speech. He was presenting a book with the title, "Out of the lizard's hole" and wrote the answer to his good friends who told him and wrote that, "Malik Badri, in his Dilemma of Muslim psychologists convinced us that we are in a lizard's hole, but he did not tell us how to get out of it". Having said that, let us turn to a summary of his paper on the "Why, what, how and who of Islamization".
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