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The Muslim Question In Canada

Author : Abdolmohammad Kazemipur
ISBN : 9780774827317
Genre : Political Science
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To those who study the integration of immigrants in Western countries, both Muslims and Canada are seen to be exceptions to the rule. Muslims are often perceived as unable or unwilling to integrate, mostly due to their religious beliefs, and Canada is portrayed as a model for successful integration. This book addresses the intersection of these two types of exceptionalism through an empirical study of the experiences of Muslims in Canada. Replete with practical implications, the analysis shows that instead of fixating on religion, the focus should be on the economic and social challenges faced by Muslims in Canada.
Category: Political Science

Muslims In Story

Author : Gauri Manglik
ISBN : 0838917410
Genre : Children
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"Islamophobia is a long standing, deeply entrenched global issue. Targeting the Muslim community was a key part of the Republican agenda in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections and since the Donald Trump's election, this fear of Islam and Muslims is translating into policy as well. Islamophobia disrupts civil society at many levels, from anti Muslim policies such as the travel ban, to heightened tensions and hate crimes across the country, including the increased bullying of Muslim children. One of the key causes of Islamophobia is ignorance, often fueled by negative portrayals of Muslims in media and popular culture. Counter Islamophobia through Stories is a timely and proactive approach to tackling this issue, by engendering friendships and empathy through literature. Our goal is to facilitate a systemic long term change in understanding the diversity of the Muslim experience and to build bridges of understanding and empathy. Exposing children in their formative years to positive stories about Muslims can go a long way to creating a multicultural understanding, and cementing ideas of tolerance, respect and acceptance. Books also help achieve visual diversity by showcasing different foods, dress and traditions. The proposed book will equip librarians to expose all children to Muslim children's books around different themes"--
Category: Children

How To Be A Muslim

Author : Haroon Moghul
ISBN : 9780807020746
Genre : Identification (Religion)
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A young Muslim leader's memoir of his struggles to forge an American Muslim identity Haroon Moghul was thrust into the spotlight after 9/11, becoming an undergraduate leader at New York University's Islamic Center forced into appearances everywhere: on TV, before interfaith audiences, in print. Moghul was becoming a prominent voice for American Muslims even as he struggled with his relationship to Islam. In high school he was barely a believer and entirely convinced he was going to hell. He sometimes drank. He didn't pray regularly. All he wanted was a girlfriend. But as he discovered, it wasn't so easy to leave religion behind. To be true to himself, he needed to forge a unique American Muslim identity that reflected his beliefs and personality. How to Be a Muslim reveals a young man coping with the crushing pressure of a world that fears Muslims, struggling with his faith and searching for intellectual forebears, and suffering the onset of bipolar disorder. This is the story of the second-generation immigrant, of what it's like to lose yourself between cultures and how to pick up the pieces.
Category: Identification (Religion)

Siyasi Muslims

Author : Hilal Ahmed
ISBN : 9789353055127
Genre : Literary Collections
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How do we make sense of the Muslims of India? Do they form a political community? Does the imagined conflict between Islam and modernity affect the Muslims' political behaviour in this country? Are Muslim religious institutions-mosques and madrasas-directly involved in politics? Do they instruct the community to vote strategically in all elections? What are 'Muslim issues'? Is it only about triple talaq? Are Muslims truly nationalists? Or do they continue to remain just an 'other' in India? While these questions intrigue us, we seldom debate to find pragmatic answers to these queries. Examining the everydayness of Muslims in contemporary India, Hilal Ahmed offers an evocative story of politics and Islam in India, which goes beyond the given narratives of Muslim victimhood and Islamic separation.
Category: Literary Collections

British Asian Muslim Women Multiple Spatialities And Cosmopolitanism

Author : F. Bhimji
ISBN : 9781137013873
Genre : Social Science
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This book analyzes the cosmopolitan lives of British Asian Muslim women. Drawing on interview and online data, the book debunks stereotypical assumptions and explores the multiple and meaningful links that British Asian Muslim women establish within and outside their communities.
Category: Social Science

Reaching Muslims

Author : Nick Chatrath
ISBN : 9780857210463
Genre : Religion
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A fascinating introduction covering demography, theology, culture, politics, justice, and other aspects of Islamic identity. It is well illustrated with stories and examples. Nick considers what reasons a Muslim might have for thinking that Jesus is good news. What does the Qur'an say about Jesus? Why do we know that God loves Muslims? He then suggests thirteen 'No Regret Moves' to help build open-hearted friendships and to equip Christians to connect with Muslims, including: Pray in faith for open hearts; Foster curiosity; Show love in action; Invite others into The Story and your story. He deals with three theological hot potatoes - should Christians call God 'Allah'; should a convert from Islam be baptised; and should Christians eat halal meat? Detailed appendices provide sample talks for Muslim audiences, and offer seven specific ways to foster contact with the Muslim community.
Category: Religion

Reaching African American Muslims For Christ

Author : Josh Llano
ISBN : 9781597810708
Genre : Religion
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Josh Llano's book presents ministry guidelines to the Nation of Islam and African-American Orthodox Muslims. This "relational evangelism" identifies Jesus as the savior of all races, colors, and ethnic groups.
Category: Religion

Making Peace With The Muslims

Author : David Gabriel
ISBN : UOM:39015057599428
Genre : Fiction
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Through these stories, author David Gabriel explores freely, without the weights of politics and primers, revealing moments of meeting between Muslims and Americans. In "Necati Bey," an American businessman in Turkey is mentored, then strangely rejected, by an elderly Turkish artisan; in "The Blind Woman," a young hospice nurse finds her life course completely changed as she fulfills her duties to an African Muslim family; in "The Kapici's Wife," a Turkish diplomat, returning to Ankara after years in America, meets again a woman from his adolescence and realizes how removed he has become from his native culture; in "Irina's Lullaby," a young Frenchwoman married to an Algerian tries to reconcile her passion for the future with her feelings for her past; in "The Reincarnation of Donaldo Fuertes," an elderly Spanish immigrant recruits a young African-American Muslim to accompany him on a pilgrimage to his homeland; in "Civilizations Are Islands," a young girl, half-American, half-Egyptian, struggles with her sense of identity and self when she moves with her mother from India back to Egypt; and in the title story, "Making Peace with the Muslims," a young Palestinian woman falls in love with Raf Horowitz, an American Jew who left behind his life in America to make a perilous pilgrimage to Israel.
Category: Fiction

Islam

Author : Muhammad Saed Abdul-Rahman
ISBN : 9781861793485
Genre : Daʻwah (Islam)
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This book, Inviting Others to Islam, is the nineteenth volume of a series of authoritative Islamic books entitled Islam: Questions And Answers. The overall series discuss issues relevant to Islam, and present accurate and reliable information based on the true beliefs and practices of the Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allaah be upon Him) and his companions. The objectives of the various books include: to teach and familiarize Muslims with various aspects of their religion to be a source for guiding people to Islam to assist in solving the social and personal problems of the Muslims in an Islamic context The books are directed towards Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Subject areas include, but are not limited to, Islamic fiqh and jurisprudence, Islamic history, Islamic social laws (including marriage, divorce, contracts, and inheritance), Islamic finance, basic tenets and aqeedah of the Islamic faith and tawheed, and Arabic grammar as it relates to the Qur'an and Islamic texts. The books are compilations of questions and responses about Islam, from both Muslims and Non-Muslims. The responses are handled mainly by internationally re-nowned Islamic shaykhs and scholars, including Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah, Ibn Katheer, al-Albaani, Shaykh Ibn Baaz, Ibn al -Jawzi, Ibn al-Qayyim, Al-'Izz ibn 'Abd al-Salaam, al-Nawawi, Shaykh 'Abd al-Kareem, al Khudayr, Al-Dhahabi, al -Qurtubi, Al-Sindi, al- Shawkaani and al-Bastawi using only authentic, scholarly sources based on the Qur'an and sunnah. References are provided where appropriate in the responses. The book provides the reader with cross references of other pertinent responses not necessarily in the same volume, but also in other volumes ofthe series. However, each volume is complete in itself. The book records accurately the answers the contributing Sheikhs and scholars gave to the questions put to them.
Category: Daʻwah (Islam)

Muslim Child

Author : Rukhsana Khan
ISBN : 9780929141961
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A collection of short stories, poems and activities that examines the world through the eyes of Muslim children.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Three Testaments

Author : Brian A. Brown
ISBN : 9781442214934
Genre : Religion
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Three Testaments brings together for the first time the text of the Torah, the New Testament, and the Quran, along with commentaries from notable religion scholars, to help readers explore the connections, as well as the points of departure, of the three Abrahamic traditions. This book is a much-needed interfaith perspective on key sacred texts.
Category: Religion

The Story Of The Qur An

Author : Ingrid Mattson
ISBN : 9781118257098
Genre : Religion
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This popular introduction by a well-known Islamic scholar has been updated and expanded, offering a balanced portrayal of the Qur’an and its place in historic and contemporary Muslim society. Features new sections on the Qur’an and its relationship to democracy, science, human rights, and the role of women Contains expanded sections on the Qur’an in the life cycle of Muslims, and in Islamic ethics and law Incorporates additional images and student features, including a glossary. Supported by an accompanying website (available on publication) hosting a range of additional material, including student resources, links to important websites, news stories, and more This title is also available as an eTextbook on the CourseSmart platform, as a Wiley Desktop Edition, or via your preferred eTextbook vendor; eTextbooks offer convenience, enhanced electronic functionality, and flexible pricing options – learn more at www.wiley.com/college/wileyflex
Category: Religion

Ties That Bind

Author : Shiraz Maher
ISBN : OCLC:773672749
Genre : Muslims
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Category: Muslims

The First Book Of Festivals

Author : Anita Ganeri
ISBN : 0237527847
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This title from Anita Ganeri brings together between one and two festivals from each of the six main world faiths (Christianity, Islam, Jewism, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Hinduism), explaining their origins and how they are celebrated today. Highly illustrated with color photographs, the book includes photocopiable activities and further activity suggestions at the back, which have been compiled by a qualified nursery teacher. An ideal introduction to different faiths, their beliefs, and their origins for young children.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Night Of The Moon

Author : Hena Khan
ISBN : 0811860620
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Yasmeen has a wonderful time celebrating the Muslim holy month of Ramadan with her family and friends.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

David In The Muslim Tradition

Author : Khaleel Mohammed
ISBN : 9780739197165
Genre : Religion
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In an age where interfaith dialogue has become vitally important, this book examines a shared narrative between the Bible and the Qur’an. Mohammed charts the changes in Muslim exegesis of David’s affair with Bathsheba, and in the process presents a new look at the history of the hermeneutical tradition in Islam.
Category: Religion

Religious Stories We Live By

Author : R. Ruard Ganzevoort
ISBN : 9789004264069
Genre : Religion
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Religious Stories We Live By offers philosophical, psychological, and epistemological reflections on the importance of narrative, case studies, and disciplinary overviews of narrative perspectives in biblical, empirical, systematic, and historical approaches in theology and religious studies.
Category: Religion

The Call Of Bilal

Author : Edward E. Curtis IV
ISBN : 9781469618128
Genre : Religion
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How do people in the African diaspora practice Islam? While the term "Black Muslim" may conjure images of Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, millions of African-descended Muslims around the globe have no connection to the American-based Nation of Islam. The Call of Bilal is a penetrating account of the rich diversity of Islamic religious practice among Africana Muslims worldwide. Covering North Africa and the Middle East, India and Pakistan, Europe, and the Americas, Edward E. Curtis IV reveals a fascinating range of religious activities--from the observance of the five pillars of Islam and the creation of transnational Sufi networks to the veneration of African saints and political struggles for racial justice. Weaving together ethnographic fieldwork and historical perspectives, Curtis shows how Africana Muslims interpret not only their religious identities but also their attachments to the African diaspora. For some, the dispersal of African people across time and space has been understood as a mere physical scattering or perhaps an economic opportunity. For others, it has been a metaphysical and spiritual exile of the soul from its sacred land and eternal home.
Category: Religion