Prospectus: The Conflict Between Modern and Traditional Islam Thesis: Over the last decade the Islamic Religion has been making the change from a traditional society to a more modern society. With the wars over religion and the world as a whole making changes, many Islamic families are discovering that they are attached to their traditional views, but to keep up with the constantly changing world they are wondering if being modern and “American” is the way to a more productive live. Description of project: The central conflict in Islamic life today has been between modern and traditional views of the Islamic religion. The world has been changing so drastically over the last few decades, that it has caused the Islamic religion to become more modern rather than traditional.
There is much conflict between traditional and modern views of Islam. I feel that with the high pace of today’s society Islam has become more modern. Many would like to keep the views and practices in a more traditional manner but with the constant hustle and bustle of society it is somewhat impossible for Muslims of today’s time to continue to practice in a strict traditional way.
Afar web 1999-2002 Islam online This particular website does two things it provides Islam history as well as contemporary ideas and how they are linked together. Ah lul Baht Digital Islamic Library Project. July 23, 1997 web This website looks at Islamic beliefs and practices as well as Islamic history and current events.
Hassan Farhat NDU University ENL 105 Dr. Saiid Rajha December 26,2012 Thesis statement: In fact, Islam is the religion of love and peace and the concept of Jihad is far from terrorism. I. Islam is the religion of love and peace. A. Allah is the source of love and peace. B. Quran. C. Mohammad the prophet. II. The concept of Jihad. A. Types of Jihad. B. Why and when to use Jihad. C. Where and how to ...
Al avi, Karim a Diane. “Turning to the Islamic Faith.” America. 186 (March 2002): Ebscohost. 20 paragraphs.
Missouri Western State College Library. 4 March 2002. web on the response of American Muslims to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U. S. View that the hijackers twisted the ideals of Islam. Ali, M.
Amir, Ph. D. web 2000. This website is mainly used for research on Islamic culture and contemporary issues. It also deals with Muslims in American life. Beverly, James A.
“Is Islam a Religion of Peace?” Christianity Today. (January 2002) Ebscohost. 42 paragraphs. Missouri Western State College Library.
7 January 2002. web several interpretations of Islam. Discussion of Islam as a religion of peace. Bian quis, T. , Bosworth, C. E.
, Van Denzel. E. Encyclopedia of Islam: Fascicule pp. 167-168.
1987 This is a great reference book. It explorers parts of the Islamic culture that I have not found in any other books. Bouhdiba, Abdelwahab. web 2000 A college professor wrote this website. He wrote about his trip over to the Middle East and the culture shock that he experienced. Economist.
“America and the Arabs.” Economist. (March 2002): Ebscohost. 11 Paragraphs. Missouri Western State College Library. 3 March 2002.
web article talks about Vice President Dick Cheney and his thoughts and views about the Islam religion and beliefs, since September 11 th. Goddard, Hugh. “Islam and Democracy.” Political Quarterly. (January 2002): Ebscohost.
4 paragraphs. Missouri Western State College Library. January 2002. web on the relationship between Islam and democracy.
Reformation of the ideals and aspiration of Islam; Compatibility between Islam and democracy; Relation of the contemporary Islamic world between the practice of democracy and foreign policy. Haddad, Yvonne Yaz beck. Muslims on the Americanization Path? May 2000. This book portrays how many Muslims have adjusted to the way Americans live, while also still keeping their beliefs with them. Hasan, Asma Gull.
American Muslims: The new Generation. Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. New York, NY, 2000. This book places a personal spotlight on a flavor of Islam that Hollywood or CNN gives little attention. Islami city. web 1995-2002 This website has everything from history and culture to the latest trends in the Islamic culture.
From the very first day when man began to organize them selves in political communities they have felt the need for some rules and regulations to regulate their inter-community relations. And with the passage of time now we reached to a time o f international relations rather than the relations among small communities or tribes. And there is need to regulate the relations among states. The topic ...
There are ancient photographs of the Middle East then recent photos. This site helped to understand the look of the Middle East. Khadijah, Andrew web 2000. This website giving current issues that are going on in the Islamic culture as well as open chat to anyone who would like to know more about Islam and their beliefs.
Kittle r, Jura j. “Europe, prepare to greet Islam. Christian Science Monitor. 94 (April 2002) 94. Ebscohost. 2 paragraphs.
Missouri Western State College Library. 9 April 2002. < web article is about the leaders of Europe preparing to meet with leaders of the Islamic culture. Leach, Wolfgang Gunter.
“Islamism: Back on the Map.” World Press Review. (January 2002): Ebscohost. 7 paragraphs. Missouri Western State College Library.
January 2002. web the article ‘Islamism: Back on the Map,’ published on the October 16, 2001 issue of the periodical ‘Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.’ Muhammad Hamidullah, Introduction to Islam, London: MWH Publishers, 1979, p. 17 This book gives readers a basic overview of Islamic beliefs and a in dept look at their culture in modern world today. Musharaf, Perez. “Islam teaches Tolerance Not Hate.” Vital Speeches of the Day. (February 2002): Ebscohost.
40 paragraphs. Missouri Western State College Library. 1 February 2002. web a speech by Perez Musharaf, President of Pakistan, delivered to the nation on January 12, 2002.” Power of Islam.” Current events. (January 2002): Ebscohost. 4 paragraphs.
Missouri Western State College Library. 25 January 2002. web guide questions for a classroom discussion on Islam. Que ” an and Sunnah Society.
Detroit, MI. 1999. web purpose of this site is to present people with an Authentic Source of Islamic information. Robertson, Pat. “Islam Is Violent in Nature.” New York Times. (February 2002): Ebscohost.
Islam is not only one of the three major monotheistic religions in the world today, it is also it is the fastest growing. Additionally, political conflict between Islamic groups and the West play out on the international stage like the latest of the Crusades. The message of the Prophet Mohammad has been distorted and misunderstood by those outside of Islam who see only a religion of hatred. Islam ...
4 paragraphs. Missouri Western State College Library. 23 February 2002. web on the views of religious broadcaster Pat Robertson on Islam. Smith, Jane I. Islam in America.
Columbia University Press. New York. 2000. This book gives a detailed description of what the life of an Islam is like in America in the 20 th and 21 st century.
Wak in, Daniel J. “Ranks of Latinos Turning to Islam are increasing.” New York Times. (January 2002): Ebscohost. 17 paragraphs. Missouri Western State College Library. 2 January 2002.
web on the Alianza Islamic, an organization of Latino Muslims in New York City. Specific issues faced by Latino Muslims, including treatment by Arab Muslims and fellow Latinos. Wolfe, Micheal. ” Islam: The next American Religion?” Beliefnet Columnist. web website article discusses how the United States used to be a haven for Christian outcast, but that Islam may be the “new” religion.