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I hear from a Saudi friend that his country's religious police arrest women for wearing red on Valentines Day, and I think, Since when does a merciful God outlaw joyor fun? I read about victims of rape being stoned for "adultery" and I wonder how a critical mass of us can stay stone silent.
She asks tough questions: "What's with the stubborn streak of anti-Semitism in Islam? Who is the real colonizer of the Muslims-America or Arabia? Why are we squandering the talents of women, fully half of God's creation?" This is not an anti-Muslim rant. Manji also speaks with passionate love and hope for Islam, believing that democracy is compatible with its purest doctrine. Sure, she's biased and opinionated. But all religions, from Christianity to Buddhism to Islam should be accountable for how their leadership and national allegiances personally affect their followers. One would hope that this honest voice be met with a little more self-scrutiny and a little less anti-personal, anti-feminine, and anti-Western rhetoric. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I'd recommend both these books to anyone interested in learning why Islam is what it is.
Because of this I knew that I had to be careful reading this book to not be taken in by something that sounds nice but may not actual be true.
Irshad's Islam is one in which every Muslim follows ijtihad; in which authority is endlessly questioned.
A very interesting and well researched book. I was hugely impressed by the extent to which Irshad had researched Islam, Judaism and Christianity and could objectively discuss the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aldous MacIvor
This is a very insightful book. I learned a lot of things about Islam by reading and rereading this book.It is a very interesting book.I highly recommend this book to other peoplePublished 5 months ago by Kevin Todd Clepps
I started reading this book to gain an understanding of the culture. Although I got bored I admit I liked the author's viewpoints and descriptions but quickly had trouble staying... Read morePublished 6 months ago by nets
Irshad Manji's book is a major contribution to the growing body of work by women disaffected by Islam. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ralph White
The Trouble with Islam: A Wake-up Call for Honesty and Change by Irshad Manji was written in 2003. Manji wrote her book in the form of a lengthy open letter, wherein she expressed... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Craig Rowland
God bless this woman. Bold, courageous, and amazingly brave, Manji writes a book both honest, blunt, and relentlessly irreverent. Read morePublished 8 months ago by StudentinMA
Relatable, humorous, universal, in your face, awesomeness. Irshad Manji is an excellent writer who calls everyone to question everything and to rise above. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Manda
This book illustrates one more grave danger that Obama is imposing to destroy our country. It is too bad more people are unaware of the perils ahead. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Billy
Irshad taught me much about being a Muslim and the problem's with the Koran which keeps her sex down as a slave unable to talk, walk, drive or think for herself! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Barbara Renton