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Qurʼan and the West

by Kenneth Cragg

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Published by Georgetown University Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Koran -- Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Koran -- Commentaries,
  • Koran -- Study and teaching -- Europe

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementKenneth Cragg.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP130.4 .C715 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3411608M
    ISBN 101589010868
    ISBN 109781589010864
    LC Control Number2005027685

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From the historical origins of this phenomenon to current issues including media stereotypes, this book will help educate and inform without being preachy. From the time of the Crusades to the present day, the relationship betweenslam and the West has been one of conflict and misunderstanding.

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Hailed in The New York Times Book Review as "the doyen of Middle Eastern studies," Bernard Lewis has been for half a century one of the West's foremost scholars of Islamic history and culture, the author of over two dozen books, most notably The Arabs in History, The Emergence of Modern Turkey, The Political Language of Islam, and The Muslim Discovery of Europe/5.

Hailed in The New York Times Book Review as "the doyen of Middle Eastern studies," Bernard Lewis has been for half a century one of the West's foremost scholars of Islamic history and culture, the author of over two dozen books, most notably The Arabs in History, The Emergence of Modern Turkey, The Political Language of Islam, and The Muslim Discovery of s: 1.

The Qur’an, The Great War and The West £ An explanation from the Quran about the Great War or al-Malhamah al-Kubra that will occur in Akhir az-Zaman and the destiny of modern western civilization.

This book draws on the in-depth knowledge and varied opinions of its contributors who share a wealth of experience in all facets of inter-cultural awareness, European and Islamic history, contemporary international relations, media and education, and includes experts native to the Muslim World and the West as well as those who have chosen both.

On Novem Luiz Sérgio Solimeo presented his book, Islam and the Suicide of the West: The Origin, Doctrine, and Goals of Islamon the island of Malta. The book is a publication of The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP). The book’s launching was timely for two reasons.

Since the terrorist attacks of September 11th the topic of Islam's political, cultural, religious, and spiritual tendencies and beliefs has been thrust into the spotlight. However, most discussions concerning Islam's relation to the West tend to simplify and distort the intricate nature of the problem.

The essays in Islam and the West approach the interactions of Islam, the West, and modernity 5/5(1). The Qur'an and the West offers a means of study that reaches for a deeper knowledge of the Qur'an, engendering a new understanding of its holy teachings, and opening a means for a fruitful discourse.".

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South Asia has played a central role in both processes, being the main focus of the imperialism of the British and an important site of the Muslim revival. These essays, which were written over the past ten years, confront some of the key issues.

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The prejudices conceived over a thousand years ago have survived the break-up of western Christianity into Catholic and Protestant, the growth of atheism, and the rise of the multifaith community; they continue, despite today's increa/5.