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    the Burqa bill. It’s an initiative for the Muslim population to integrate with the culture they have gone to inhabit, specifically in France. Due to this law being passed, women who are caught wearing the balaclava and do not remove it when asked, are fined. By observing the author’s argument, the situation that has and is still going on becomes clear. I will also compare how other countries are dealing with similar issues. The author of this article’s argument is one sided, almost bias. Most of the women that were interviewed spoke of feeling isolated due to not being able to…

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    future. Nowadays certain actions of certain religious believers, such as Muslims, are starting to have an effect on all people with different religions and no religions, including Muslims. Sadly enough, people are starting to generalise Islam as a mother of bad ideas based on the actions of people that may say that they are Muslims, but do not necessarily reflect the ideology of Islam. As a Muslim, I think that Islam or any other religion, does not promote peace or violence. But instead people…

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    Journey to the End of Islam, takes his listeners on a religious voyage through the lens of Globalization theorist, Manfred steger, around the world in hopes of discovering the true meaning of Islam. Steger believes “Globalization is the process through which local economics, politics, culture and environments become more inter-connected and inter-dependent” (Foody, Class Lecture). Islamic convert, Michael Muhammad Knight, experiences globalization through his travels across the globe in search…

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    Islam In The Usa Analysis

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    Islam In The USA And The View Of Islam As A Whole . Islam is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion with over a billion followers. Many Muslims who follow the Islamic religion have been seen as a threat in the USA. Not only have Muslims been discriminated against at their workplaces and at airports but also they have been denied at security checkpoints and protection guaranteed to all other citizens.This sort of misperception towards the Islamic religion…

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    The Impact of Colonization on Islam Islam is a religion that is deeply rooted in its value of tradition. This value became more important during the time of colonization, when Muslims were being forced to homogenize with Western values. Like many religions, Islam has faced the oppression from the colonization of Muslim states. The colonization has affected how Muslims practice their religion today, after Muslim countries gained their independence, and is included in the history of their…

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    Reoccurrence of Andalusian Intellectual Community in the Time of Post-Modernity The notion of the compatibility of Islam and modernity has been widely debated issue in sociology in the last decades because modernity is characterized as the emergence of new particular socio-cultural norms, attitudes that reject or revise many religious traditions in various ways. Thus, it appeared as phenomenon of transition from the traditional world to the modern by means of social differentiation,…

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    there are thousands of religions globally. Most of the religions worldwide start with difficulties and several misapprehensions. Just like other beliefs, Islam is one of the prominent convictions that begun with conflicts amongst different viewpoints of worships. Nonetheless, Islam is continuously facing terrific approaches from the world, especially from the West. For instance, two well-known authors, Bernard Lewis, and Nicolaas J.E van der Zee’s articles, The Root of Muslim Rage and The Root…

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    Like other beliefs, Islam is one of the prominent convictions that begin with conflicts amongst different factions’ viewpoints. Nonetheless, Islam is continuously facing distorted interpretations from the world, especially from the West. For instance, the articles “The Roots of Muslim Rage” and “The Root of Muslim Rage Revisited”, by Bernard Lewis and Nicolaas J.E. van der Zee respectively, portray the tension amid the Muslims and the West. Sorrowfully, there are horrific occurrences that are…

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    Radical Islam

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    modern political and religious climate surrounding radical Islam. Islam is currently going through trials and tribulations and posed with the ultimate question of pluralism. Christianity seemed to to go through this crucible in the seventeenth century with the Enlightenment. While Christianity always had small-scale struggles regarding religious freedom post-Enlightenment with the majority Protestant persecution of Catholics, the question of religious freedom in the western, Christian world is…

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    Obama's speech overall focus on the Islam and how in america we are taking our anger on the Muslims who fight for our country because of the hate we have on the Islam. During the speech president Borock Obama was using language in his speech so that it does not just relate to just Islam's but to many cultures in the world.He was stating that we as a county should not fight against one another,that we should stick together in this time of crises.Also their something that stuck with me through…

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