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"Muslim women who immigrate to the United States from various Islamic countries encounter conflicts between their own cultural traditions and a pro-feminist American society. This study examines their experiences and may lead to the formation of a curricu
In 1995 Ayman al-Zawahiri, a prominent terrorist figure recently associated with Al Queda and al-Jihad, issued a bounty against Dr. Nasr Abu Zaid, a respected Islamic scholar at Cairo University. What was Zaid's offense? Arguing that Islam's holy texts should be interpreted in the historical and linguistic context of their time, and that new interpretations should account for social change. Zaid's personal story and academic pursuits, reflecting the social reality of the broader culture, offer new perspectives on Islam and provide hope to Muslims who feel their religion has been misrepresented and misunderstood.
Alexander Russell Webb (1846-1916) was a central figure in the early history of Islam in America. He wrote numerous books intended to introduce Islam to Americans, and served as the representative of Islam at the 1893 Worlds Parliament of Religions in Chicago. This is a biography of Webbs' life.
Safa, a former Shiite Muslim and a recognized authority on Islamic issues, chronicles what God is doing in the Islamic world, including Iran, where thousands of former faithful Muslims are converting to Christianity.
When an American real estate company owned by an Arabic consortium chooses the small town of Bridgewater to house a mosque that will be an international showpiece of Islam, community residents do not know how to react.Dan Howard, a freelance photographer, is one of those who are worried. His daughter, Beth, has become friends with Reza Husain, a Muslim. The relationship seems innocent enough, but he has no idea that she is about to become a pawn in a vicious power struggle between two ideologies.The town's Muslims and Christians seem to be coexisting but then Reza's father, Mr. Husain, is found murdered. As the days go by without an arrest, the media clamors for more details and the town slips deeper into disarray.Acting Police Chief Bill Lacy asks Reza to investigate his father's death. No one knows it, but the mosque will be the site of a final showdown, and the lives of Bridgewater's residents will be changed forever.Taking readers from the sands of Saudi Arabia, to the streets of Paris to a rural, small town, Muslim Fears is a murder mystery that is both timely and provocative.
In this title, the author demythifies both Islamic and western ideas of Islam by addressing the psychoanalytic root causes of the Muslim world's clash with modernity and subsequent turn to fundamentalism. It reveals an alternate history of Islam and looks at its future development.