Islam: opposing viewpoints
Islam, the world's fastest-growing religion with more than a billion adherents worldwide, has been both celebrated as a religion of peace and castigated as an inspiration to terrorism and holy war. Islamic and non-Islamic scholars and contributors to this volume debate Islam's relationship to violence and the West, the status of Muslim women, and other timely and important questions.
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Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
Islam Is Not Compatible with Western Values
Islam Does Not Present an Obstacle to Democracy
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