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What Would a Muslim Say Conversations, Questions, and Answers about Islam by Ahmed Rashed Ahmed Rashed

Title: What Would a Muslim Say? Conversations, Questions, and Answers About Islam
Author: Ahmed Lotfy Rashed
Genre: Religion, History, Contemporary
Formats Available: Pdf
Time Frame: 4 Weeks
Copies Available: 12


BOOK DESCRIPTION:

Countless people speak about Islam and Muslims. But are they Muslims themselves? The best person to speak about a faith is one who knows and lives it, everyday.

This book shares conversations with everyday people asking questions about Islam. In this book, you will:

- Hear questions from people reaching out for answers about Islam from the source.

- See answers to all sorts of concerns about Islam, including jihad, shariah law, womens rights, and what the Quran and Prophet Muhammad really teach.

- Experience kind, curious, concerned, courteous, and outright hostile voices asking questions, and ways of handling different types of questions on sensitive topics."

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Friscomama Every time I read something about killing non-believers being a fundamental of Islam, the Christian bible's Deuteronomy 13:6-10 comes to mind. That is where the Christians are clearly told that "If your very own brother, or your son or daughter, or the wife you love, or your closest friend secretly entices you, saying, “Let us go and worship other gods” . . . You must certainly put them to death."
The book's explanation of people who call themselves Muslim but do not follow the ways of Islam made sense to me. We have many Christian people in the U.S.A. who do not seem to follow the ways of Christ.


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