Being Muslim

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Groundwood Books, Aug 28, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Since 9/11, the world has been confronted with the most volatile facets of Islam with little explanation of how or why these controversial elements developed. Written by one of North America's most honored journalists, "Being Muslim" presents an up-front and clear explanation of this complex and emotion-laden subject.
Although the varying branches of Islam are analyzed and their history outlined, the real focus of the book is on the present. In speaking about and crossing political, cultural, and religious divisions, the author offers a unique perspective based on life in Canada, a country in which diverse groups of people have found a way to live in peace. Aimed at young adults, the book offers invaluable insight to readers of all ages, cultures, and religious traditions.

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User Review  - Kasey - Goodreads

I liked this book but I felt that there wasn't enough information on the actual religion. I went into this book not knowing much at all and found myself lost within the first chapter. I learned a lot ... Read full review

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User Review  - fadeledu - LibraryThing

Some sections are very good, but in others, marrying non-Muslims. This author is either ignorant or dishonest, in reporting what the Qur'an and shariah say. Read full review


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