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Engaging with the Amman message, which sought to clarify Islam's true peaceful nature, this book debates what it means to be Muslim in Europe today. Shining a light on Islam's religious, political and cultural tenets, and its portrayal in the media, this book explores the role Islam can play in interfaith dialogues on peace and reconciliation. About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Muslim Identity in a Turbulent Age.
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Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. Description How can Islam be understood in the context of internal struggles for unity and identity, a rise in anti-Muslim hate crime and continued media portrayals of violence, extremism, warfare and oppression?
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Looking at Islam as a faith, a whole system with political dimensions and through the lens of Western media, this book sets out to clarify the nature of true Islam and the true nature of Islam. With diverse contributions from Muslims, Christians and individuals with no religious affiliations, this collection of essays respond to the King of Jordan's Amman Message - an initiative seeking to clarify Islam as a religion of peace - in light of recent international events such as the Charlie Hebdo controversy.
Presenting fresh perspectives on a frequently misrepresented religion, this book offers a platform for debate about Islam's place within Western culture and political systems, and the role that faith communities can play in seeking peace and reconciliation. Back cover copy How can Islam be understood in the context of internal struggles for unity and identity, a rise in anti-Muslim hate crime and continued media portrayals of violence, extremism, warfare and oppression?
This important collection of essays responds to the King of Jordan's Amman Message - an initiative seeking to clarify the true nature of Islam and the nature of true Islam - and considers various applications of this message for our troubled times. The book presents fresh perspectives on a frequently misrepresented religion and offers a platform for debate about Islam's place within a European context, as well as the role that faith and other communities can play in seeking peace and reconciliation. Table of contents Acknowledgements.