It helped to understand their frustrations and the misunderstandings of the dominant culture.
This book can be summed into the voice of the moderate Muslim world that is rarely heard amidst the violence of the puritans.
It was a pleasure to read and I recommend it highly to anyone who wants to better understand Islam.
Added to my knowledge of the checkered history of Muslim Caliphates and dynasties and the origins of sectarian divide.Published 29 days ago by Aquarian
I am enjoying this book for its insightful approach to a topic of great interest to us today. I recommend it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mary Navarro Farr
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A lot of the questions that both Muslims and non-Muslims have about why Islam is the way it is today are answered in this highly recommended book.Published 10 months ago by Yasmine Motawy
This text helped me to understand the influences of modernization on the Muslim faith. It helped to understand their frustrations and the misunderstandings of the dominant culture. Read morePublished 23 months ago by jose
This is exactly what I wanted. It is a nice book.
You can find in it many interesting things regarding Islam.
It makes a big difference between Islam and terrorism.
I am a philosopher and a specialist in Islamic studies with years of experience teaching Islam. This book is absolutely fantastic! Read morePublished on July 14, 2012 by Philosophically Bent
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