ISLAM by Hadi F. Eid
The Alien Faith

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Islam: The Alien Faith
Hadi F. Eid
At the dawn of the third millennium, Muslims are searching for their identity amid a swelling globalization. The world is divided into two major camps: the bursting civilizations that are reaching out with scientific and cultural expressions and the other camps that are flinching with social crises and religious revulsions. The gap widened between the actor, who won all opportunities, and the reactor, who lost all initiatives. This book is an on-the-fence historical and factual penetration to Islam and an essay to rid the besieged Muslim mind from outdated postulations and unleash it to openness and sincerity. Readers will encounter poignant facts and candid stories aimed at punching many tyrannical codes as the Kaaba idols were hit earlier by the ax of Muhammad.
 

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Published March 7, 2013 by Trafford. 176 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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