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✏Islamic Center of America Book Summary :
📒Islamic Center Of America ✍ Islamic Center of America
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✏Cumulative List of Organizations Described in Section 170 c of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 Book Summary :
✏Cumulative List of Organizations Described in Section 170 c of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 Book Summary :
📒Encyclopedia Of Muslim American History ✍ Edward E. Curtis
✏Encyclopedia of Muslim American History Book Summary : A two volume encyclopedia set that examines the legacy, impact, and contributions of Muslim Americans to U.S. history.
📒Finding Mecca In America ✍ Mucahit Bilici
✏Finding Mecca in America Book Summary : Looks at the developing relationship between Islam and American culture, offering an account of how the religion and its adherents are exchanging their outsider status for a distinctively American one.
📒Islamic Faith In America ✍ James A. Beverley
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📒Islam In The Heartland Of America ✍ Imam Omar Hazim
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📒A History Of Islam In America ✍ Kambiz GhaneaBassiri
✏A History of Islam in America Book Summary : Muslims began arriving in the New World long before the rise of the Atlantic slave trade. Kambiz GhaneaBassiri's fascinating book traces the history of Muslims in the United States and their different waves of immigration and conversion across five centuries, through colonial and antebellum America, through world wars and civil rights struggles, to the contemporary era. The book tells the often deeply moving stories of individual Muslims and their lives as immigrants and citizens within the broad context of the American religious experience, showing how that experience has been integral to the evolution of American Muslim institutions and practices. This is a unique and intelligent portrayal of a diverse religious community and its relationship with America. It will serve as a strong antidote to the current politicized dichotomy between Islam and the West, which has come to dominate the study of Muslims in America and further afield.
📒Old Islam In Detroit ✍ Sally Howell
✏Old Islam in Detroit Book Summary : Across North America, Islam is portrayed as a religion of immigrants, converts, and cultural outsiders. Yet Muslims have been part of American society for much longer than most people realize. This book documents the history of Islam in Detroit, a city that is home to several of the nation's oldest, most diverse Muslim communities. In the early 1900s, there were thousands of Muslims in Detroit. Most came from Eastern Europe, the Ottoman Empire, and British India. In 1921, they built the nation's first mosque in Highland Park. By the 1930s, new Islam-oriented social movements were taking root among African Americans in Detroit. By the 1950s, Albanians, Arabs, African Americans, and South Asians all had mosques and religious associations in the city, and they were confident that Islam could be, and had already become, an American religion. When immigration laws were liberalized in 1965, new immigrants and new African American converts rapidly became the majority of U.S. Muslims. For them, Detroit's old Muslims and their mosques seemed oddly Americanized, even unorthodox. Old Islam in Detroit explores the rise of Detroit's earliest Muslim communities. It documents the culture wars and doctrinal debates that ensued as these populations confronted Muslim newcomers who did not understand their manner of worship or the American identities they had created. Looking closely at this historical encounter, Old Islam in Detroit provides a new interpretation of the possibilities and limits of Muslim incorporation in American life. It shows how Islam has become American in the past and how the anxieties many new Muslim Americans and non-Muslims feel about the place of Islam in American society today are not inevitable, but are part of a dynamic process of political and religious change that is still unfolding.