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Growing Up Muslim: Understanding the Beliefs and Practices of Islam

By: Ali-Karmali, Sumbul

Language: English


Author Sumbul Ali-Karamali offers her personal account, discussing the many and varied questions she fielded from curious friends and schoolmates while growing up in Southern California—from diet, to dress, to prayer and holidays and everything in between. She also provides an academically reliable introduction to Islam, addressing its inception, development and current demographics.

Through this engaging work, readers will gain a better understanding of the everyday aspects of Muslim American life, to dispel many of the misconceptions that still remain and open a dialogue for tolerance and acceptance.

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Product Details
By:Ali-Karmali, Sumbul
Pages: 214 pp
Publisher:Ember / Random House, New York, 2013
Dimensions:14 x 21 cm
Topic:Islam Introduction - Middle Grade+ - YA

وصف المنتج

SUMBUL ALI-KARAMALI grew up in Southern California, answering questions about Islam. She holds a B.A. from Stanford University, a J. D. from the University of California at Davis, and a graduate degree in Islamic Law from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies. She has served as a teaching assistant in Islamic Law at SOAS and a research associate at the Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law in London. Her highly praised adult book is «The Muslim Next Door: The Qur’an, the Media, and that Veil Thing», an academically reliable introduction to what Muslims believe and practice, but one written in the personal, anecdotal, everyday context of growing up Muslim in America.

Growing Up Muslim: Understanding the Beliefs and Practices of Islam

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