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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law
Before covering the various Muslim attitudes toward Shari’ah and Islamic law, a distinction needs to be made between those two concepts. There is considerable confusion about them which has contributed to interesting legal steps taken within some states in the…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women
Photographs of armed, male police officers forcing a Muslim woman to remove her over-garment on a public, French beach are currently trending on social media. The woman was told to remove her long sleeve top (revealing a tank top underneath)…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law
If sharia law is for Muslims, what is its place in a Muslim-majority nation? If the answer seems obvious, that may be part of the problem. But another part is understanding sharia law in the first place, and in a…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism
A Muslim immigrant recently lamented on his experience of acculturation into American society. He reported surprise at how cold Christians were, concluding this after not having been invited to anyone’s home for several years. The Muslim community welcomed him of…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism
Recent research by LifeWay Research, under the leadership of Ed Stetzer, suggests that American views on Islam are very much polarized, particularly among  pastors.  What is most surprising is that while some protestant pastors see Islam in a more favorable…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional
Several times recently I have been asked by concerned Christians questions along the lines of “will Muslims take over in the UK/the West?” or “how should we respond to the violence of Jihadists/ Islamic State etc?”. My precise answer depends…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized
The answer to this question must be an emphatic NO! There are plenty of situations where Islamists do not resort to violence. But at the same time they face a real dilemma. They want their society to be more consistently…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law
In 2008 a Moroccan man and his 17-year old wife immigrated to America. Not long after she filed a restraining order against him, claiming her husband was raping her. The husband did not deny their sexual relations were non-consensual, but…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Radicalism
Clearly it was the rapid spread of ISIS in Iraq and the capture of Mosul in June last year which made us all sit up and take notice. But we might not have been so surprised if we had known…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Radicalism, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics
Perhaps the first incident that began to plant negative seeds about Muslims began with the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis. This might be the case, but most Muslims remained in the background until the attacks on 9/11 brought American Muslims to…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Radicalism, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, History & Politics
Around 1.6 billion Muslims inhabit the world today, and an estimated three to seven million reside in the United States. Despite the fact that Muslims are the largest unreached people group, only 2% of Protestant Christian missionaries are engaging the…
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Topic: American Muslims, Shariah Law, Europe, Muslim Women, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Radicalism, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, History & Politics, American Muslims, Dialogue
Dear Mr. Graham, I’d like to introduce you to some friends of mine. The first friend is Golnaz. Golnaz is a bright and beautiful young woman from Iran. My husband first met her while working on a project at Harvard…
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