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Jumpin’ Juniper

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  1. please click on the link below titled "Attachment".
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2 comments (Add your own)

1. Yormmy wrote:
Dr. Mark Sedgwick (associate professor of moredn Middle East history, American University in Cairo) introduces Western readers to the Islamic world and explores the various different Muslim societies in Islam Muslims: A Guide to Diverse Experience in a Modern World. Accessible to lay readers of all backgrounds, regardless of personal familiarity with Islam, Islam Muslims briefly surveys the faith's history but is much more strongly concerned with Muslims in the present day from world view and worship practices to family practices, daily life, the intersection of Islam and politics including the unfortunate reality of Islamic political violence. An evenhanded, straightforward evaluation, to be commended especially for its close scrutiny of the cultural differences that at first glance make Islamic and Muslim practices alien to Westerners, and Western culture confusing to or misinterpreted by Muslims.

Tue, October 13, 2015 @ 1:09 PM

2. Daniel wrote:
I think all your tips are great! Break it up and list it down. It always looks betetr and more readable when you write your points that way. Thanks for the tips!

Sun, December 13, 2015 @ 3:34 PM

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