6 edition of Voices Of American Muslims found in the catalog.
May 2005 by Hippocrene Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Linda Cateura (Editor), Omid Safi (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||279|
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In this long-overdue book, American Muslims from all walks of life introduce themselves and the many faces of Islam in America. These individuals include the head of New York's largest mosque, an actress, a cabdriver and many others.
These first-person narratives, drawn from personal interviews conducted by the author, are frank and offer Reviews: 2.
Review: Aren’t all Muslims living in the United States dark-skinned, uneducated, and non-modernized. Isn’t just about every Muslim a fanatic and an extremist. Linda Brandi Cateura’s book, Voices of American Muslims, aims to dispel these stereotypes by Voices Of American Muslims book 23 American Muslims of different backgrounds.
Other than giving brief introductions, Cateura lets each of. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: vii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction / Linda Brandi Cateura --American Muslims: past legacy, present realities, and future challenges / Omid Safi --A leading imam's response to terrorism / Omar Abu-Namous --A Muslim at Groton and Wellesley / Asma.
This ebook consists of a summary of the ideas, viewpoints and facts presented by Linda Brandi Cateura in her book “Voices of American Muslims”.
This summary offers a concise overview of the entire book in less than 30 minutes reading time. However this work does not replace in any case Linda Brandi Cateura’s book. War on Error: Real Stories of American Muslims by Voices Of American Muslims book Moezzi come to terms with being an American Muslim from a positive and proactive perspective.” ―From the foreword "These voices should be heard and these stories must be told.” ―Suzanne Blum, coauthor of Translating Culture: A Rhetoric for Ethnographic Writing in the Reviews: Voices of American Muslims.
celebrates the significance of Muslims in American history and culture in his brief but compelling book. He aims “to show that the fabric of America is woven, in part, with Muslim thread.” And he does so admirably.
Most of the Muslims profiled in the book are famous figures in music, sports, or art—Ice Cube. The original, The American Muslim was founded in Like the magazine, the online publication strives to to support and recognize American Muslims, to provide information about Islam in America, and to create a forum for open dialogue.
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Get this from a library. Voices of American Muslims: 23 profiles: breaking a long silence since 9/11, 23 American Muslims from all levels of society speak up about Islam, our nation, 9/11, its effects on their lives, and their hopes for the future.
[Linda Cateura; Omid Safi;] -- "Many Americans know very little about their Muslim neighbors, now over six million in numbers, or. Laura Moriarty’s latest book, American Heart, has met with a lot of criticism from authors and readers alike on book’s premise is an America where there are registries and detainment camps for Muslim-Americans.
However, instead of using this setting to give an important voice to Muslim characters, American Heart focuses on an apathetic white.
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Muslims must become more involved in the American political process locally, regionally and nationally, Kahn argues in American Muslims, and his use of American as an adjective before Muslims is instinctive.
“Muslims cannot be just another ethnic group [i.e., Muslim Americans] with special interests particularly in foreign policy,” he writes. Panelists talked about coverage of Muslims in the media and how American Muslims could add their voices to national conversations.
The president of the. “I provide the facts about American Muslims and bring their voices and actions to light.” Throughout the book, Considine answers 31 questions about Muslims in American society. The topics include American Muslims’ contributions to the U.S. (including employment and military service), their views on militant Islamic groups and their.
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winning book "Taking Back Islam: American Muslims Reclaim their Faith," and his television work has been nominated for Peabody and Emmy awards. Paul M. Barrett’s timely and engaging new book, “American Islam: The Struggle for the Soul of a Religion,” brings some of those voices in the United States to life.
Shoatz published the book My Voice Is My Super Power to teach children to appreciate their human agency regarding their bodies and the adults in their lives to encourage them to use their voices. In this book, Elizabeth Boosahda, a third-generation Arab American, draws on over two hundred personal interviews, as well as photographs and historical documents that are contemporaneous with the first generation of Arab Americans (Syrians, Lebanese, Palestinians), both Christians and Muslims, who immigrated to the Americas between andand their descendants.
I Speak for Myself: American Women on Being Muslim (edited by Maria M. Ebrahimji and Zahra T. Suratwala, White Cloud Press, May ) is a collection of 40 personal essays written by American Muslim women under the age of 40, all of whom were born and raised in the US. It is a showcase of the true diversity found in American Islam.
Omid Safi is an American Professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at Duke served as the Director of Duke Islamic Studies Center from July to June and was a columnist for On Being. Safi specializes in Islamic mysticism (Sufism), contemporary Islamic thought and medieval Islamic has served on the board of the Pluralism project at.
These voices deserve a wider audience in the West, and this book responds to that need. But also, and most especially, they deserve the attention of Muslims everywhere.
Government repression and Islamist pressures unfortunately obstruct general access to such unconventional ideas in many Muslim states."—Robert D Lee, Professor of Political. Muslim Voices of Philadelphia is a community multimedia project exploring the rich histories of Muslim communities in the Philadelphia area.
The project includes three components: a series of short community media projects produced with local Muslim communities, a 60 minute documentary about late 19th and early 20th century Muslim communities in Philadelphia, and.
Muslims and the Making of America by Amir Hussain is another book about Muslims in America, but from a surprisingly different perspective. Hussain highlights the aspects of American popular culture where Muslims have made an indelible mark: music, politics, architecture and sports.
It's a short read but highly informative. Transnational Muslims in American Society by Aminah Beverly McCloud Voices Of American Muslims: 23 Profiles by Linda Cateura War on Error: Real Stories of American Muslims by Melody Moezzi and Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im Young, British and Muslim by Philip Lewis.
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They present the Pakistani identity as well as the influence of Islam in the lives of their protagonists, not as a. *The one most important issue I would like to get across, not only to the American public but even to many Muslims themselves, is that Islam must be judged on its own merits and not on the behavior of Muslims.
Islam is a perfect system because it was created by God, just as we were. We, however, were not created perfect.
—Khaled A. Beydoun, Professor of Law and Author of American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear "Muslims in America: Examining the Facts will be a go-to resource for many years to come, and a book that will retrench many of the most damaging misperceptions and misrepresentations branded upon American Muslims.
Linda Brandi Cateura is the author of Voices of American Muslims ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 1 review, published ), Growing Up Italian ( avg rat /5. Relying on the first-hand accounts of more than twenty Muslims scholars and leaders, Birkel has assembled a collection of fresh American Muslim voices that speak to relevant issues of Islamic theology, women and Islam, global.
I don't care whether they were Democrats or Republicans The question is, where is the Speaker of the House Where is the Speaker Pelosi to not just Among them silence and marginalize them that's what I'm upset about the first two Muslim American women elected to Congress is nothing less than an attempt by an ally of the United States to suppress.
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Leigh Coleman, Christian Post Reporter | Monday, Septem Letting the voices of ordinary Muslim American men and women describe their experiences, Lori Peek's path-breaking book, Behind the Backlash presents moving accounts of prejudice and exclusion.
Muslims speak of being subjected to harassment before the attacks, and recount the discrimination they encountered afterwards. Summary: “Offers a scholarly overview of the state of research on American Muslims and American Islam. The book presents the reader with a comprehensive discussion of the debates, challenges, and opportunities that American Muslims have faced through centuries of American history.” – Cambridge University Press.
Keywords: Bibliography. By Layla Abdullah-Poulos White Muslim women are a growing demographic in American Muslim culture. They come from a variety of backgrounds and encounter issues specific to intersections of religion.
The American Muslim is dedicated to the promotion of peace, justice, and reconciliation for all humanity. We strive to: * Provide an open forum for the discussion of ideas and issues of concern to Muslims in America from various points of view (based on Qur’an and Sunnah) representing no one school of thought, ethnic group or organization, but to encourage all to be represented in.
Having heard about Muslims through things such as media and other people is not a good enough source to help one in choosing a side to stand by in a situation like this. A little less than fourteen years later these misconceptions about Muslims are still popular in the southern states of America.
In the movie, The Muslims Are Coming. a group of. Isn’t just about every Muslim a fanatic and an extremist. Linda Brandi Cateura’s book, Voices of American Muslims, aims to dispel these stereotypes by profiling 23 American Muslims of different backgrounds.
Read more New Review. An increasing number of voices, from Hamza Yusuf to Sherman Jackson, Omar Suleiman, and Zaid Shakir, have defined a new and tenuous place for American Muslims: largely accordant with the left’s positions on race, foreign policy, the environment, and workers’ rights, but upholding the socially conservative beliefs of Islam in opposition to.
The Cambridge Companion to American Islam offers a scholarly overview of the state of research on American Muslims and American Islam. The book presents the reader with a comprehensive discussion of the debates, challenges, and opportunities that American Muslims have faced through centuries of American history.
This volume also covers the creative ways. Relying on the first-hand accounts of more than twenty Muslims scholars and leaders, Berkel has assembled a collection of fresh American Muslim voices that speak to relevant issues of Islamic.