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Chapter 2 expands space and time to show the transformative process and effect of Medina by the Bay at a global scale. It examines the ethical and political implications of Medina by the Bay, how affinities are formed through an Islamic kinship of faith, embodied relations, spiritual and knowledge-based genealogies, and liberatory lineages that reorder how differences (racial, gender, class, sectarian) shape relations and responsibilities. This chapter considers the limits and possibilities of these legacies and lineages, while also asking how hierarchies and relations of power in the umma-how the social capital of Islamic knowledge intersects with race and gender-order and disorder our aims for a more just world.

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