Rethinking Trust: Islam and cautious deep trust

Sunni Islam is more distrustful of antinomian ideologies compared to state.

Shia Islam is more distrustful of power than ideas.

A Sunni is more likely to trust an American Maliki Sufi.

A Shia is more likely to trust a Sufi socialist.

A Quranic integral Muslim keeps revisiting trusting modernity and tradition while trusting pro-Abrahamic humanism and distrusting veto duopoly.

A Yemeni-Malay Quranic identity is trustworthy for deep trust for both traditional and modern worlds. But Jordan Peterson prefers Turkey because of Eurocentric bias oriented trust gap.

https://hbr.org/2009/06/rethinking-trust

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