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Published by Muslim Community Studies in Leicester .
Written in English


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SeriesMuslim Youth Surveys Occasional Paper -- No.1
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15195749M
ISBN 101870127056
OCLC/WorldCa22793424

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Today Muslim youth is passing through a critical time. Everything Islamic is challenged and attacked; the perfection of the Qur’anic text, the veracity of the Sunnah, the comprehensiveness of the Shari’ah, and the glories of Muslim achievements with an aim to inject doubt into the Muslim’s confidence in himself, in his Ummah, and in his. However, today many of the Muslim youth are not following the Shariah and are wearing western clothes, especially the women who wear revealing clothes like mini-skirts. Although most Muslims believe that the democratic, political and economic principles of the West is good and in line with the Islamic faith, they do not support the social norms. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Muslim Youth: Challenges, Opportunities and Expectations by Mohammad Siddique Seddon (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Book Description. In a world where the term Islam is ever-increasingly an inaccurate and insensitive synonym for terrorism, it is unsurprising that many Muslim youth in the West struggle for a viable sense of identity. This book takes up the hotly-debated issue of Muslim youth identity in western countries from the standpoint of popular culture.

This book takes up the hotly-debated issue of Muslim youth identity in western countries from the standpoint of popular culture. the book seeks to provide insight into youth culture and some. This book takes up the hotly-debated issue of Muslim youth identity in western countries from the standpoint of popular culture. It proposes that in the context of Islamophobia and pervasive moral panic, young Muslims frame up their identity in relation to external conditions that only see ‘good’ and ‘bad’ Muslims, on both sides of the. The Sealed Nectar is one of the best Islamic books in English I have ever read on the life of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) (and I believe every young Muslim should read it once every year).It is a book of great value and explains the lifestyle of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) in a beautiful manner. It’s precise, informative and comprehensively summarizes the events that occurred in the life of.   My second point is that due to Private School System there are two major issue cause by Westernization. First being as Muslim Nation our basic language should be Arabic but our private school make English as basic language. As we all aware of this that Quran is our Holy Book and to understand our Holy Book we need to learn Arabic language first.

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