On Being a Muslim: Finding a Religious Path in the World Today

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Oneworld, 1999 - Religion - 212 pages
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Trampling over the boundaries between the religious and the secular in order to tackle some of the key questions facing Muslims in the contemporary age, this text presents an account of modern Islam.

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Esack has an international reputation as a Muslim scholar, speaker, and human rights activist.

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