By Benjamin Idriz
By Andrea Mohamed Hamroune
Gott hat dem Muslim zum Gedenken an ihn Gottesdienste auferlegt. Das ist „Der Glaube an einen Gott“ überhaupt, das Gebet, das Fasten im Monat Ramadan, die Zakat (Armenabgabe) und die Hadsch (große Pilgerfahrt nach Mekka).
Es gibt zwei Feiertage im Islam. Das Fest des Fastenbrechens (Eidul fitre) nach Ramadan und das Opferfest (Eidul adha) zum Gedenken an den Propheten Abraham (arab. Ibrahim) und seinen Prüfungen.
Im Islam berechnet guy die Monate nach dem Mondkalender.
Eine Moschee ist nicht nur ein Gotteshaus für Muslime. Das Wort bedeutet „Ort der Niederwerfung“ und könnte dementsprechend überall sein und ist daher auch für alle Menschen zugänglich. Schaut mal vorbei!!!
Probiert bitte die Fastensuppe „Harira“ zu kochen und die Süßigkeit zum Tag von Aschura.
By Robert Bianchi
By Michel Benoît
By Francisco Núñez Muley,Vincent Barletta
Now on hand in its first English translation, Núñez Muley’s account is a useful instance of ways Spain’s former Muslims made lively use of the written notice to problem and brazenly withstand the steadily illiberal guidelines of the Spanish Crown. well timed and resonant—given present debates referring to Islam, minorities, and cultural and linguistic assimilation—this version offers students in a number fields with a bright and early instance of resistance within the face of oppression.
By Averroes,Ibrahim Najjar
By Kim Knott,Elizabeth Poole
By Anouar Majid
The publication indicates how America’s present clash with Islam is rooted in a protracted and intricate background of prejudice and overlooked possibilities, in addition to a historical past of benevolence and fruitful alternate on each side. whereas traditionally american citizens have typically looked Islam as a despotic faith that had to be triumph over, the army and academic institutions that american citizens outfitted via their makes an attempt at changing Muslims turned assets of nationwide satisfaction within the heart East. And whereas Muslims have frequently distrusted americans, they, too, have made major contributions to American culture.
Majid contends that realizing this background of either clash and collaboration will help advertise the mutual goodwill and relish that may be essential to take on the demanding situations dealing with Islam and the United States. Majid makes a provocative argument opposed to faith-inspired prejudices and gives feedback for the future.
By Jamillah Karim
African American Muslims and South Asian Muslim immigrants are of the biggest ethnic Muslim teams within the U.S. but there are few websites during which African americans and South Asian immigrants come jointly, and South Asians are frequently held up as a “model minority” opposed to African americans. even if, the yank ummah, or American Muslim group, stands as a distinct web site for interethnic harmony in a time of elevated tensions among native-born american citizens and immigrants.
This ethnographic examine of African American and South Asian immigrant Muslims in Chicago and Atlanta explores how Islamic beliefs of racial concord and equality create hopeful percentages in an American society that continues to be challenged by means of race and sophistication inequalities. the amount makes a speciality of ladies who, as a result of gender inequalities, are often likely to movement outdoors in their ethnic Muslim areas and have interaction with different Muslim ethnic teams looking for gender justice.
American Muslim Women explores the relationships and occasionally alliances among African american citizens and South Asian immigrants, drawing on interviews with a various crew of ladies from those groups. Karim investigates what it capability to barter non secular sisterhood opposed to America's race and sophistication hierarchies, and the way these within the American Muslim neighborhood either build and move ethnic boundaries.
American Muslim Women finds the ways that a number of varieties of identification body the yank Muslim adventure, in a few moments reinforcing ethnic limitations, and at different occasions, resisting them.