...Two sides of the coin. Flip the sides you want to see fast enough that no one sees it...
Is it written in good faith?
Who was it intended for?
Th three questions I asked myself regarding books written by Muslim writers.
Killed my time briefly reading the book at Chapters Bookstore and put it back soon as I understood where it was heading. I'm Pro Reasons.
book "The Trouble With Islam"? She's a Canadian muslim broadcaster in her late 20's who has written of her struggles with the repressiveness and anti-female stance of Islam. I just finished watching a very good lecture by her presented by Ontario's public television channel, which despite draconian cuts over the last decade and a half has continued to offer great programming.
She has posted an Arabic translation of her book online which has begun to spur discussion around the world on the topic of dissent whithin the Islamic community. Hope all continues well with her, and that we all get a chance to read her book.
On the same program there was a scathing, and for me the first comprehensible explanation of what went wrong in Iraq. Ah, the mistakes we (fine, you) made. I will try to find the Harpers article mentioned and post the address.