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Israeli storyteller Noa Baum grew up in Jerusalem in the shadow of the ancestral traumas of the holocaust and ongoing wars. Stories of the past and fear of annihilation in the wars of the '60s, '70s, and '80s shaped her perceptions and identity.
In this memoir, Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari asks us to look beyond the extremism and violence that all too often defines the Muslim community toward those, like himself, navigating a middle-way life.
In this groundbreaking book, James Fergusson travels the length of Britain to explore our often misunderstood Muslim communities, and to experience life on both sides of our increasingly segregated society.
Does Islam call for the oppression of women?
Is women’s inequality supported by the Qur’an? Do men have the exclusive right to interpret Islam’s holy scripture?
An alternative, uniquely Christian response to the growing global challenges of deep religious difference.
Commander of the Faithful,The life and times of Emir abd el-kader is both a biography of its main character and a history of the resistance he led to the French colonization of Algeria in the mid 1800s.
Music is haram, goes the old adage. This issue of Critical Muslim begs to differ, as Jeremy Henzell-Thomas urges the ummah to move forward from its anxieties that music is a licentious influence.