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Author: David R. Smock
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: peacemaking, islamic
Number of Pages: 12
Published: 2009-05
ISBN-10: 1437912753
ISBN-13: 9781437912753

The report notes: (1) Muslims in general and Muslim leaders particularly have often been severely criticized for not more energetically condemning the violent acts of Muslim extremists; (2) Violent extremists are on one edge of the Muslim community; they are counter-balanced by a growing movement of Muslim peacemakers; (3) Equally as notable as Islamic militancy but less noted are Muslimsż: (a) widespread condemnation of terrorism and other violent acts; (b) promotion of interfaith dialogue; (c) education of Muslim youth and reeducation of extremist Muslims; and (d) promotion of peaceful conf

Author: Shakeel Ahmad
Publisher: Sarup & Sons
Keywords: planning, family, towards, attitude, muslim
Number of Pages: 150
Published: 2003-01-01
ISBN-10: 8176253898
ISBN-13: 9788176253895

Study based on Muslim women in Araria town, Bihar state.

Author: Diah Ariani Arimbi
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: muslim, indonesian, women, religion, fiction, identity, representation, reading, writers, contemporary
Number of Pages: 237
Published: 2009-06-01
ISBN-10: 9089640894
ISBN-13: 9789089640895

Reading Contemporary Indonesian Muslim Women Writers looks at the work of four writers—Titis Basino P.I., Ratna Indraswari Ibrahim, Abidah El Kalieqy, and Helvy Tiana Rosa—paying particular attention to questions of how gender is constructed and in turn constructs the identities, roles, and status of Muslim women in Indonesia. In addition, Diah Ariani Arimbi focuses on issues of authenticity, representation, and power in these authors’ works and details how each woman challenged perceptions of Muslim women in Islamic societies.

Author: Lynn Welchman
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: overview, textual, development, advocacy, comparative, states, muslim, family, laws, arab, women
Number of Pages: 255
Published: 2007
ISBN-10: 905356974X
ISBN-13: 9789053569740

Muslim family law—and its principles regarding marriage, divorce, personal maintenance, paternity, and child custody—is the one of the most widely applied family law systems in existence today.  A number of states have recently codified Muslim family law for the first time or have issued significant amendments or new laws, spurred in many cases by interventions from women’s rights groups and other advocacy organizations.  Women and Muslim Family Laws in Arab States combines an examination of women’s rights under Muslim family law in Arab states across the Middle East with discussions

Author: Mamoun Fandy
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: tools, people, government, arab, media
Number of Pages: 18
Published: 2008-10-01
ISBN-10: 1437904564
ISBN-13: 9781437904567

In March 2004, the U.S. Institute of Peace organized a six-month workshop series, as part of its Muslim World Initiative, to analyze the role of Arab media in shaping the information environment that encourages popular hostility in the region toward the West, particularly the U.S. The overarching objective of the series was to complement the many U.S. public diplomacy projects directed toward diffusing Muslim, particularly Arab, resentment toward the U.S. The series examined the primary media sources of information, perceptions, and opinions among Arab populations -- ostensibly the most hostil

Author: Franz Rosenthal
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: islam, heritage, classical
Number of Pages: 322
Published: 1975-06
ISBN-10: 0520019970
ISBN-13: 9780520019973

The works and ideas of classical antiquity had an enormous influence on Islam, not only in its philosophy, science and medicine but also in its religious disciplines. "The Classical Heritage in Islam" presents a collection of texts which reveal the extent and character of Muslim acquaintance with Hellenistic civilization and demonstrate the ways that Greek heritage influenced later Muslim thought.

Author: Irfan Husain
Publisher: Arc Manor LLC
Keywords: west, islam, pakistan, faultlines, fatal
Number of Pages: 257
Published: 2011-11-15
ISBN-10: 1604504781
ISBN-13: 9781604504781

Do Muslims around the world hate us in the US? *** Aren't we the good guys? Don't we come to the aid of the poor and dislocated whenever there is a disaster in any part of the world? *** Attitudes of people in Muslim countries toward the US continue to confound American policymakers and the American public. Billions of dollars in aid has gone to Muslim countries, yet Muslims worldwide have an extremely unfavorable image of America and the West. *** Fatal Faultlines is a comprehen sive look at attitudes in Pakistan and the rest of the Muslim world toward the US and the West, presenting a clear
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