Ali Shari’ati, “Man and Islam: ‘The free man and freedom of man'” (available on-line).
Sir Muhammad Iqbal’s 1930 Presidential Address to the 25th Session of the All-India Muslim League, Allahabad, 29 December 1930 (available on-line).
Additional Readings by Shari’ati:
Excerpts from Shari’ati’s lecture on Sir Muhammad Iqbal: Shari’ati, Lecture on Iqbal
Excerpts from Shari’ati’s lecture Religion against Religion, in which he argues that a religion of becoming and revolution must oppose a religion of being and dogma, which is used by the religious establishment to control rather than to liberate people: Shari’ati, Religion versus Religion
Additional Readings and Materials:
Ian Almond, “Nietzsche’s peace with Islam,” chapter 8 in his History of Islam in German Thought (London: Routledge, 2011), 151-162.
Selections from an excellent political biography of Shari’ati by Ali Rahnem: Rahnema, Shari’ati Biography (excerpts)
Roy Jackson, Nietzsche and Islam (London: Rutledge, 2007).
Timothy Brennan, “Nietzsche and the Colonies,” ch. 3 in Borrowed Light: Vico, Hegel and the Colonies (Stanford: SUP, 2014)
Documentary/interview with the publisher and Arabic translator of Nietzsche’s works: