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Islam began with the proclamations of the Prophet Muhammad in the seventh century. From that point began an amazing, colorful, and complex history, some of which is touched upon in the articles in this section. These pieces focus not so much on repeating the details of Muslim history as on exploring various questions therein--questions such as the tension between tradition and modernity in the Muslim world, the rise of Arab nationalism, and the historical relations between the Western and Arab spheres, especially the influence of revolutionary France on Islam.
The French Revolution, North Africa, and the Middle East
Arabs and Westerners: A Historical View
The Arab Awakening and Arab Nationalism
Know Your Enemy: Iraq Before Saddam Hussein
Tradition Versus Modernity in the Islamic World
  The Religion of the Qur'an

Islamic History

Islamic Culture

Islam and the Arts

Muslim Personalities

Politics

Islam and Policy Issues

Jihad / Terrorism

Islam and Women

Travel / Tourism

Books on Islam

How Muslims See the U.S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 


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