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Muslim Identity in the 21st Century Challenges of Modernity Edited by M.S. Bahmanpour and H. Bashir “Muslim Identity in the 21st Century: Challenges of Modernity” is a collection of articles presented at an international conference with the same titles, in London from October 31st to November 1st, 1998. The conference was meant to discuss and put forward solutions for the challenges facing Muslims, who as believing people, are trying to follow a written and divine shari’ah at the threshold of the 21st century, amidst the dramatic social, economic and political changes brought about by modern society. The book consist of thirteen articles which have been arranged in three chapters, entitled: “Muslim Ummah”, “Muslim Identity in a Rationalized World” and “The Impact of Education and Communication Technology on Muslim Identity.” The Institute of Islamic Studies – London, established in 1995, organized this conference. The Institute aims to examine, facilitate and co-ordinate research in the fields of Islamic history, literature, culture and civilization in close co-operation with the scholars who are actively engaged in researches in these fields. The Institute seeks to stimulate academic debate and discussion on issues related to Muslim affairs – especially Muslim communities living in Europe and North America – and analyze them in their political, social, economical, historical and cultural context. This conference was a step forward that should lead us to a better understanding of the challenges facing Muslims in the 21st century. M.S. Bahmanpour is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Dr. H. Bashir is the Dean of Oxford Academy for Advanced Studies and Managing Director of the monthly magazine “Discourse”. Both are members of academic board of the Institute of Islamic Studies (London). – Institute of Islamic Studies (London) BookExtra Publishers

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ContentMuslim Identity in the 21st Century Challenges of Modernity Edited by M.S. Bahmanpour and H. Bashir "Muslim Identity in the 21st Century: Challenges of Modernity" is a collection of articles presented at an international conference with the same titles, in London from October 31st to November 1st, 1998. The conference was meant to discuss and put forward solutions for the challenges facing Muslims, who as believing people, are trying to follow a written and divine shari'ah at the threshold of the 21st century, amidst the dramatic social, economic and political changes brought about by modern society. The book consist of thirteen articles which have been arranged in three chapters, entitled: "Muslim Ummah", "Muslim Identity in a Rationalized World" and "The Impact of Education and Communication Technology on Muslim Identity." The Institute of Islamic Studies - London, established in 1995, organized this conference. The Institute aims to examine, facilitate and co-ordinate research in the fields of Islamic history, literature, culture and civilization in close co-operation with the scholars who are actively engaged in researches in these fields. The Institute seeks to stimulate academic debate and discussion on issues related to Muslim affairs - especially Muslim communities living in Europe and North America - and analyze them in their political, social, economical, historical and cultural context. This conference was a step forward that should lead us to a better understanding of the challenges facing Muslims in the 21st century. M.S. Bahmanpour is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Dr. H. Bashir is the Dean of Oxford Academy for Advanced Studies and Managing Director of the monthly magazine "Discourse". Both are members of academic board of the Institute of Islamic Studies (London). - Institute of Islamic Studies (London) BookExtra Publishers Heavily subsidized by www.islamicthought.co.ukThis text explains in detail the meaning of Worship and Intention, as well as how different stages of worship are acquired. He then goes on to explain the different actions of Prayer in detail, such as the first Takbir, & the recitation of the Suras Heavily subsidized by www.islamicthought.co.ukThis book aims to establish a suitable method of communication with Wahhabis to familiarize them with Shi‘ism, and to prepare a proper ground for their conversion to the school of thought of the Household of the Prophet, peace be upon them. The author  Dr Isam wrote book against the  Shia accusing them of heresy, before he himself saw the light and converted to Shiaism. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UKThis text contains fifty chapters, each containing an important lesson on the fundamental beliefs of our faith that are especially relevant for the youth of today. Ayatullah Makarim Shirazi presents these lessons using both philosophical reasoning as well as Qur'anic verses, and concludes each lesson with a few relevant questions which are intended to increase understanding of that particular lesson. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UKThis book is based on Majlis-e-Ulama Shia folder for class 3. Any Madressa using this folder will be able to do wordsearches on following topics. (1) Names page 7 (2) History page 9 (3) Imam Zainul Abideen (as) pages 10-11. (4) Imam Baqir (as) page 14 (5) History pages 15-16 (6) Imam Sadiq (as) page 19 (7) Imam Sadiq (as) page 20 (8) Imam Kadhim pages 23-24-25 (9) ImamRidha (as) pages 28-30 (10) Imam Taqi (as) pages 33-34 (11) Imam Naqi (as) 37-38 (12) Imam Askari (as) pages 41-44 (13) Imam Mahdi (as) pages 47-49 (14) cities in saudi Arabia pages 52- 54 (15) Cities in Iraq pages55-58 (16) Baytul Muqqaddas pages 59-60 (17) Cities in Syria pages 61-65 (18) Raas pages 68-69  (19) Imam Hussain pages 72-90. This book can be easily be photo copied and can be used as handouts for anyone using Majlis-e-Ulama syllabus class 3 History. Ideal for teachers and parents to use for children HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UK  This text presents an analysis of polytheism with respect to God and idols, using the Holy Quran as reference. It also studies idolatry with respect to resurrection and refutes that concept logically while explaining the essence of monotheism. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UK
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