Teach Yourself Islam

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Teach Yourself Islam

Teach Yourself Islam Given recent political developments many want to know about Islam This accessible and informative guide covers not only Islamic history theology and the life of Muhammad but also the role of the r

  • Title: Teach Yourself Islam
  • Author: Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood
  • ISBN: 9780071478021
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • Given recent political developments, many want to know about Islam This accessible and informative guide covers not only Islamic history, theology, and the life of Muhammad, but also the role of the religion in shaping world politics With this book, you ll come away with a well rounded understanding of Islam and its various sects worldwide Covers fundamentalism andGiven recent political developments, many want to know about Islam This accessible and informative guide covers not only Islamic history, theology, and the life of Muhammad, but also the role of the religion in shaping world politics With this book, you ll come away with a well rounded understanding of Islam and its various sects worldwide Covers fundamentalism and terrorism in the name of Islam Explains the Qur an and its teachings Describes the practicalities of being a Muslim in the 21st century

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    1. Jennifer on said:

      So when my husband and I started to get serious, I really wanted to get a deeper understanding of his religion and his culture. This book answered A LOT of my questions and created thousands of topics that we could discuss together. I feel that I have a very good grasp of Islam now and the culture that surrounds it. Highly recommend so you can get a better idea of this religion and what is ACTUALLY tolerated under the teachings of Mohammed and what has been warped into fitting people's agendas.

    2. Zoe on said:

      This book was very easy to read and digest. It is formatted in a way that it will serve me as a good reference to basic Islam principles and groups during my course. In some places I feel that the author is slightly too biased by glossing over issues, but on a whole this is a reliable resource. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of Islam.

    3. Nicole on said:

      An interesting book with lots of information, quotes, and covering a huge variety of topics. This, or a book like it, is a must-read for anyone interested in Islam.

    4. Cathy (cathepsut) on said:

      The book gives a good first look into Islam. It covers all the basics and is easy too read.I did not like the strong emphasis on Asian Muslims living in Britain, it gives a slightly distorted view. Also I would have wished it too be a little less defensive and a bit more critical. Living in Egypt with the majority of the population being Muslims and being the minority myself, I had to laugh a few times at the idealistic picture the author drew of Muslim society.But still, a very good start, if y [...]

    5. Saarah NiƱa on said:

      I recommend.I recently brought this book and I was really grateful for there being no unexpected delays in its delivery. The product, itself, is just as good. I prefer the layout and format of the pages within this book, compared to other books which tend to be lengthier, crowded and possess an overwhelming amount of information.The book even features images, which are always good. Who doesn't love a picture book?The book is suitable more for adults and those who want to really enhance their kno [...]

    6. Anna on said:

      This is presented in a clear and easy format and it's easy to pick up and read sections. It answered a lot of questions such as why Muslims don't eat pigs, what goes on at a pilgrimage to Mecca, why women cover up in some countries and not in others etc. It helps to build an understanding and awareness of a worldwide culture.

    7. Candacehaws on said:

      I actually took this from my dad a long time ago, but didn't decide to pick it up and read it until after I read Three Cups of Tea. I honestly didn't know much about Islam, but am now fascinated and impressed by its deeply personal and prayerful nature.

    8. Tristy on said:

      This is kind of like "Islam for Dummies" without the sense of humor. It's full of information and is a good reference, but not a lot of fun to read.

    9. Ashley on said:

      This book is great for people who are wanting to learn about the world of Islam. It really gives you lots of details in the understanding in this culture.

    10. texas on said:

      i just honestly knew almost nothing, which is why i read this book. it was fairly helpful and extremely easy to read.

    11. Rafael on said:

      A good beginners book for basic insights on Islamic principles and practice.

    12. Kyle on said:

      This is a good survey of Islam , its values and history. It could be a little better orgamized, however, as it's repetitive in places and at times seems more like an FAQ than an informative book.

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