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  • Essay on Videos Sending the Wrong Message About Muslims of the World

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    YouTube highlighting trendy, fashionable, hijabi Muslim women. This video sparked controversy within the Muslim community for various reasons, ranging from the women’s clothing, actions, and the hip-hop music the video was set to. This is evidenced by the many articles written and posted online in response to it. Some of these articles include Sana Saaed’s “Somewhere in America, Muslim Women Are ‘Cool’”, Rabia Chaudry’s “Somewhere on the Internet, Muslim Women are being Shamed”, Aminah Sheikh’s “Why

  • Muslim World Cosmopolitanism

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    claim that rejects the notion of anyone being divine except Allah. The American Heritage Dictionary defines ‘cosmopolitan’ as something that is “common to the whole world,” or a person who is “at home in all parts of the earth or in many spheres of interest” (1978, 301). Now, how, on Allah’s earth, can we talk about “Muslim” world cosmopolitanism? That is just how Allah or His prophet, Muhammad (570-632), from day one, viewed Islam,

  • Pro And Negative Effects Of Islamophobia

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    But as we say Muslims empire was scary because it was powerful so in beginning of the eighteenth century with the decreasing of the Ottomans power and the rapid increase of European empire powers, Islam was not that much scary anymore and Islamophobia was disappeared gradually. However, Islamophobia picked up again when these European powers, which were mainly Christians, decrease again after World War II. While European countries and some of Asian ones and USA were burning in World War II fire most

  • Allam Iqbal

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    movement that becomes a collective objective of any nation is called Ideology. OR Ideology means such an aim according to which human beings planned about their future. The Ideology of Pakistan The Ideology of Pakistan was the consciousness of the Muslims in the historical perspective of the south Asian sub-continent that they were a separate nation on the basis of the Islamic ideology. No doubt Islamic ideology is the base of ideology of Pakistan so the basic fundamentals of Islam are also the bases

  • Muslim Women in Interfaith Relatinships

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    Muslim women in interfaith relationships By Muneebah Dawson 2nd year UCT Social Science degree Student Introduction We are living in a world where religious peace talks are prominent. The walls of gender inequality are encouraged to be broken down. Tradition and culture is evolving. However; in the Muslim community I still find that women are struggling to find gender equality. Women are frowned upon when they enter into interfaith marriages. Love does not ask what religion you belong to. Following

  • The Viewpoints of Three Muslim Women on Being Oppressed

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    When non-Muslims in the United States think of Islam the first things that comes to many their minds are September eleventh, terrorist, the middle east, and oppression of women. Most Americans believe that Muslim women must be oppressed because they have to wear “those veils over their heads”, completely cover themselves, and their husbands are allowed to have multiple wives. A survey last year by the Council on American-Islamic Relations found that more than half of the 1,000 U.S. respondents

  • The Organization of Islamic Conference

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    inter-governmental organization after the United Nations which has membership of 57 states spread over four continents. The Organization is the collective voice of the Muslim world and ensuring to safeguard and protect the interests of the Muslim world in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony among various people of the world. The Organization was established upon a decision of the historical summit which took place in Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco on 12th Rajab 1389 Hijra (25 September 1969)

  • Religion Is A Form Of Government

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    How do they impact each other? According to Wikipedia 2014, “Religion is an organized collection of beliefs, cultural systems, and world views that relate humanity to an order of existence. It is also the most intensive and comprehensive method of valuing that is experienced by humankind”. Religion is often difficult to identify or define because it overlaps on many different boundaries

  • Muslim Women Essay

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    to portray Muslims in a negative light. Some pity Muslims while others feel pure disdain for them. This statement made by Ann Coulter (2001) following the September 11th terrorist attacks demonstrates the disdain for Muslims, “We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity” (as cited in Arab American National Museum, 2011). While this particular statement was directed at all Muslims, there are also many misconceptions directed solely at Muslim women. In

  • The Misconceptions About Women in Islam Essay

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    The Misconceptions About Women in Islam While people in the west think that women in Islam are oppressed, they do not know that Islam liberated women from oppression. There are many people who have opinions about the religion of Islam, but mostly about the women who follow it. Westerners have this idea that women in Islam are disrespected, mistreated and oppressed. In actuality, these allegations are incorrect. Women in Islam have rights and are not oppressed. The veil is widely misunderstood