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    Terrorism and the Muslim Community

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    tend to have a link with the Muslim community. When a terrorism activity occurs, the media focus on the Muslim community as the potential masterminds of the criminal act. In most parts of the world, people associated with the Muslim culture receive a lot of discrimination considering that their colleagues associate with terrorism activities. The main question is that are all the terrorism activities that take place associate with the Muslim community. The issue of Muslims engaging on terrorism activities

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    function of the mosque in a Muslim community A mosque is generally a very symbolic place for a Muslim, being a humble way for Muslims to recreate pure divine presence on earth. The primary purpose of the mosque is to serve as a place where Muslims can come together for prayer. Nevertheless, mosques are known around the world nowadays for their Islamic architecture but most importantly for its general vitality to the Muslim Ummah (community). A mosque brings the community together as it acts as

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    Education, Citizenship, and the Politics of Belonging: Youth from Muslim Transnational Communities and the “ War on Terror, is written by three authors Thea Renda, Abu El-Haj and Sally Wesley Bonet and published by the Review of Research in Education. The article expresses, Muslim transnational groups on portraying and attracting or not associating with element citizenship who takes a shot at a sentiment of having a spot inside and across over national edges and making catching up on essential perspectives

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    the Native Americans, Blacks, Chinese, Japanese, or Muslims. There are many different reasons for all, but the people who are affected have suffered regardless. The one that’s been in mainstream media and have recently received the most hatred is Muslims. It started in 2001, with Al-Qaeda and spread with ISIS over the years. It has affected the Muslim community and my own family both emotional and physically. The overwhelming racism against Muslims didn’t start overnight or due to the superiority complex

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    Jihad - A Holy War

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    Jihad It was once a word unfamiliar to American ears. But in recent years it has become all too familiar. The actions of Muslim militants and terrorists have seared the word into American consciousness. Yet even with thousands of innocent civilians killed on American soil by Islamic terrorists, the full significance of the Muslim concept of jihad has not been grasped by the American public. In the days after September 11, 2001, American leaders rushed to portray Islam as a peaceful religion that

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    Islam

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    to the will of God”. The person who practices this faith is known as a Muslim. As someone who has grown up in India, which has more than 100 million more Muslims on its subcontinent alone as compared to all the Arab countries combined, I have had several interactions with Muslims, both positive and negative. However, I now realize that those interactions were limited and that there is a lot more that I did not know about Muslims from different countries, who are scattered all around the world. I am

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    Islam The Straight Path

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    impact on world history and politics. He discusses the formation of Islamic belief and practice (law, theology, philosophy, and mysticism), chronicling the struggle of Muslims to define and adhere to their Islamic way of life. Equally important is the essential information Esposito provides on the contemporary world of Islam, from Muslim responses to the challenges of colonialism and modernization to the reassertion of Islam in politics and society. This introductory book in the teaching of Islam

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    journalism

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    attacks may cause our society to be more weary of the Muslims in our society. As journalists, we must we careful not to generalize that all Muslims are extremists. What we can do is to ask our Muslim community on their opinion on the terrorists’ acts and publish it in the news. Since Singapore is a cosmopolitan city, racial and religious matters must be treated diplomatically and fairly. The other races would then be able to understand the Muslims better. Understanding each other would really help nation

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    regarding the expansion of Facebook in conservative Muslim countries, as there have been reported cases of blasphemous posts and “immoral” acts that deeply offended the Muslim communities. Other than this, the American roots of the social network gave rise to hostile reactions, which of course can be rooted in political reasons. This paper will study how Facebook as a vehicle of cultural globalization affects the local cultural identity of Muslim countries and how Facebook is, in fact, a very potent

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    Pakistan

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    Pakistan Located in South Asia, Pakistan lies proudly, with many different land forms. It has a strong culture and holds the first woman head of government in the Muslim community. Many traditions, cultures, resources and strong religious beliefs are present in Pakistan. Pakistan is a fairly new country, but offers a beautiful country-side and a much needed increasing economy. Pakistan is located in South Asia bordered by India China, Afghanistan, Iran, and the Arabian Sea. The area of Pakistan

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