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by Kassim Kone,Ilyas Ba-Yunus

Author: Kassim Kone,Ilyas Ba-Yunus
Subcategory: Islam
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwood; 1 edition (September 30, 2006)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.8
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Ba-Yunus and Kone explore the Muslim American perspective on their religion and their major concerns in the US in light of the current hostility against them. They also consider the dimensions of their population, the status of women, their organizations, and communities.

Ba-Yunus and Kone explore the Muslim American perspective on their religion and their major concerns in the US in light of the current hostility against them. Ilyas Ba-Yunus is Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Associate Professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York, Cortland. Kassim Kone is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York, Cortland.

Ba-Yunus and Kone explore the Muslim American perspective on their . The authors arrange their text with sensitivity to non-Muslim readers by making comparisons between other faith traditions and Islam.

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Contributor(s): Kone, Kassim

Contributor(s): Kone, Kassim. Material type: BookPublisher: Westport, Conn. Introduction - Islam as a creed and a world religion - Estimating the Muslim American population - The Muslim activist : organizing Islam in America - Minarets on the skyline : the culture of the Muslim community - The Muslim woman in America - Guilty until proven innocent : the aftermath of 9/11 - Major internal concerns.

Start by marking Muslims in the United States as Want to Read . The volume concludes with a discussion of the problems that Muslims have adjusting to American culture, and a description from the Muslim perspective of 9/11 and its aftermath.

Start by marking Muslims in the United States as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Muslims in the United States provides an objective overview of what it's like to live as a Muslim in the United States: ; Includes a history of Islam in America and a summary of what is known about the diversity of the Muslim population. Examines the centrality of faith for the Muslims of the United States. Analyzes the importance of women and the family.

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As a minority religion in a predominantly Christian country, America's Muslims face many difficulties - lack of understanding of their cultural traditions by the majority of their fellow citizens, threats to their civil liberties based on their beliefs and ethnicity, and challenges to retaining a Muslim identity within their community. Muslims in the United States clarifies this complex situation by explaining for a non-Muslim audience the basic teachings and practices of Islam, the history of Islam in the United States, and a discussion of how and where Muslims live in this country. The volume concludes with a discussion of the problems that Muslims have adjusting to American culture, and a description from the Muslim perspective of 9/11 and its aftermath.

Muslims in the United States provides an objective overview of what it's like to live as a Muslim in the United States:

; Includes a history of Islam in America and a summary of what is known about the diversity of the Muslim population

; Examines the centrality of faith for the Muslims of the United States

; Analyzes the importance of women and the family

; Probes the troubles that Muslims have endured after 9/11