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Taking Back Islam American Muslims Reclaim Their Faith

ISBN-10: 1579549888
ISBN-13: 9781579549886
Edition: Revised 
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Description: Now Available in Paperback! Leading authorities discuss the past, present and future of Islam. Islam, the least understood of the world's great religions, is balanced on a precipice between the past and the future, between fanatical  More...

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Book details

List price: $13.95
Publisher: Rodale Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/16/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.638

Now Available in Paperback! Leading authorities discuss the past, present and future of Islam. Islam, the least understood of the world's great religions, is balanced on a precipice between the past and the future, between fanatical fundamentalists and progressives advocating peace. Noted Islamic authority Michael Wolfe moderates 35 expert speakers, writers and leaders, including Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) and Karen Armstrong, the best-selling author of A History of God and Islam. They discuss the future of Islam, tear down false stereotypes, review the historical realities that have shaped the religion, and examine paradoxes and schisms within the faith. At a time when every Muslim is forced to defend his faith and Americans are curious about Islam's basic tenets, this book answers many questions at the same time that it ponders both the danger and promise of the future.

Why Now? An introduction
American Muslims' Special Obligation
A Time For Renewal
Has Islam Been Hijacked?
The Muslim Vanguard: An Interview With Farid Esack
Violence
Is Islam Violent?
Peaceful Jihad
Six Myths About Islam
How Muslims Can Combat Terror and Violence
Democracy
Can Religious States Be Democratic?
Islamic Democracies
Being Muslim, Being American After 9/11
The Rising Voice of Moderate Muslims
No More Simplistic Answers: An Interview with Taha Jabir Alalwani
Women and Islam
Rethinking Women's Issues in Muslim Communities
Born in The U.S.A.
Muhammad's Legacy for Women
Why Every Mosque Should Be Woman-Friendly
Abuse, Polygamy, Exclusion: Three Stories of American Muslim Women
Halal, Haram, and Sex and The City
"You Seem So Intelligent. Why Are You A Muslim?"
The African-American Experience
"Oh, Allah, Operate on Us!": Islam and the Legacy of American Slavery
African-American, Muslim, and Loyal to the U.S.
Prison and the Struggle for Dignity
Muhammad Ali: The Reassuring Face of American Islam
Muslims, Christians, and Jews
Islam: A Broad Perspective on Other Faiths
Jesus Through A Muslim Lens
Why I Love the Ten Commandments
"Mom Raised Me as A Zionist"
Culture
What Makes Rumi Whirl? An Interview with Kabir Helminski
The Tongues of Poets: Shakespeare, Whitman, and Rumi
Islam Sings
Yes, There is Such A Thing as Muslim Humor
Practicing Vibrant Islam in America
Mosques Take Root in American Soil
The Fight For the Soul of Islam in America
Naked and Vulnerable on Ramadan
The Real Mecca
Hajj in A Time of War: An Interview with Moulana Ebrahim Moosa
Have Qur'an, Will Travel
Why I Love Being Muslim
I Believe in Allah and America
A Basketball Player Finds Peace: An Interview with Hakeem Olajuwon
My Odyssey to Islam
"You're Gonna Have to Serve Somebody"

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