What Does Islam Mean in Today's World? by William Stoddart
Religion, Politics, Spirituality (Perennial Philosophy)

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Although relatively unknown in the West, Islam has been forcefully brought to the public’s attention by the acts and threats of the “Islamic terrorists.” As a result, the question is repeatedly asked: “What kind of religion is this?” Stoddart argues that in spite of appearances, Muslims are in fact allies with people of other faiths; they have common enemies and they are united in their opposition to all kinds of modern errors and immoralities, including materialism and secularism.

About William Stoddart

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William Stoddart is an editor, a translator, and the author of Outline of Buddhism and Sufism: the Mystical Doctrines and Methods of Islam. He lives in Windsor, Ontario.
Published June 1, 2012 by World Wisdom. 128 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Against the resultant misconceptions, he contends that Islam has been historically tolerant of other religions, respectful of women and their sacred roles, and reliably non-violent.

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