Espylacopa: Letters to America from an American Muslim

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Religion - 156 pages
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The chronological compilation of Letters to the Editor presented in ESPYLACOPA covers twenty-five years of opinions from the author published by various newspapers across America and Europe. The observations within ESPYLACOPA reflect the progressively relevancy of Muslim insight into the development of political, social and spiritual trends in America. As Islam continues to be more relevant in America in the days and years to come, the message offered in this little book may serve as a welcomed gift of enlightenment to those readers who seek a fuller understanding of Islam and Muslims and choose to prepare for the beginning of the journey into an inheritable tomorrow. The viewpoints offered in ESPYLACOPA by a Muslim born and raised in Mississippi and who is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force are intended to promote social justice and spiritual enhancement and shine a light on the path into the future as the relationship between Islam and the Americas becomes more intertwined and amicable, inshallah (God willing).
 

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Contents

Letter 6 March 1992
10
Letter 11 August 12 1998
23
Letter 17 November 09 2000
37
Warning 3 Manna or Money
42
Letter 27 June 07 2002
55
Letter 31 October 17 2002
68
Poem 8 What will Christ say?
81
Warning 6 Hegira
95
Recommendation 7 Baptism of Repentance and Rebirth
118
Poem 10 Submission
120
Letter 50 September 221984
121
Letter 51 Easter 1985
123
Letter 52 September 19 2007
125
Letter 53 December 15 2007
127
Letter 54 May 3 2008
128
Letter 55 June 7 2008
129

Letter 46 October 01 2006
107
Letter 47 December 242006
109
Letter 48 January 30 2007
111
Letter 49 June 042007
113
Warning 7 Unity
115
Letter 56 July 4 2008
131
Letter 57 September 24 2008
133
Letter 58 January 9 2009
135
Epilogue
137
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