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In broad terms, Islam is associated with violence, revolution, and rejection of the West and modernity. Its followers are associated with ignorance and irrationality, and its societies with backwardness and underdevelopment.
How did this happen? How can these negative and damaging stereotypes be overcome? And, more importantly, how can the realities that give rise to them b
Unknown Binding, 380 pages
Published December 31st 2000 by Fountain Publications (first published 2000)
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Turkish author, educator, and Muslim scholar living in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania, USA. He is the founder of the Gülen movement.

Gülen teaches an Anatolian version of traditional mainstream Islam,deriving from Said Nursi's teachings and modernizing them. Gülen supports interfaith dialogue among the people of the book, and has initiated such dialogue with the Vatican and some Jewish organiza
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