Arshad Khan, "Islam, Muslims, and America: Understanding the Basis of Their Conflict"
Algora Publishing (2003) | English | ISBN: 087586242X | 271 pages | PDF | 2.85 MB
Khan looks to governments, religious organizations, and individual Muslims and Americans for solutions to resolve the current conflicts. Collectively, they need to remove the root causes of the issues that cause Muslims to perceive America so negatively. Unfortunately, after a brief period of self-evaluation, Americans have shown little interest in understanding the real issues driving anti-Americanism and the frustration with America that is manifest in so many trouble spots in the world.
Muslims, who were highly supportive of and sympathetic to President Bush after 9/11, have been disappointed and upset by his subsequent actions. These include praise for Sharon (when the Israeli army was invading the West Bank) and the war against Iraq on dubious grounds, in contravention of world opinion that was important only so long as it suited America, based on what most Muslims believe is a hidden agenda. Islam, Muslims, and America clarifies how a series of events, spread over centuries, have created the current negative perception of the West and America among Muslims. It is the cumulative effect of these events that has shaped Muslim thinking, beliefs, and attitude.
(No mirrors, pls)
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