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New Book: Preaching Islamic Revival: Amr Khaled, Mass Media and Social Change in Egypt

The book examines the differences between Amr Khaled's pre-revolutionary and post-revolutionary messages and looking in-depth at how deals with the concepts of Islam and modernity. By examining issues such as Amr Khaled s use of mass media, his views on gender role and the nature of political and religious rule, the author offers a book which will appeal to those interested in the changes that Egypt has experienced over the last century.

New Book: The Oxford Handbook of American Islam

This handbook covers the growth of Islam in America from the earliest Muslims to set foot on American soil to the current wave of Islamophobia. Topics covered include the development of African American Islam; pre- and post-WWII immigrants; Sunni, Shi'ite, sectarian and Sufi movements in America; the role and status of women, marriage, and family; and the Americanization of Islamic culture. Throughout these chapters the contributors explore the meaning of religious identity in the context of race, ethnicity, gender, and politics, both within the American Islamic community and in relation to international Islam.
 
Abdel-Fadil, Mona, The Islam-Online Crisis: A Battle of Wasatiyya vs. Salafi Ideologies?. CyberOrient, Vol. 5, Iss. 1, 2011 abstract full text

Proper Internet Usage Guide for Muslims

SuhaibWebb.com, a website run by the US-born Muslim convert and scholar Suhaib Webb, has launched its "Islam and the Internet Series" that explore topics as online dawah and activism, behaviour and arguing on the Internet, pros and cons of Facebook, fatwas and seeking the Islamic knowledge online. Muslim views on these issues are presented in six articles written by various authors.
Mona Abdel-Fadil, The Islam-Online Crisis: A Battle of Wasatiyya vs. Salafi Ideologies?, CyberOrient, Vol. 5, Iss. 1, 2011
CyberOrient
 
Agboola, Abdulhameed Kayode, Going Global Already: Muslims, Islamic Propagations and Internet Usage. Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010 abstract

Going Global Already: Muslims, Islamic Propagations and Internet Usage

Lambert Academic Publishing has published a book called "Going Global Already: Muslims, Islamic Propagations and Internet Usage" written by Abdulhameed Kayode Agboola from the International Islamic University Malaysia. This study investigated the use of the Internet as a channel of religious communication by Muslims. As revealed in the pre-research investigation, Muslim Web Sites are not entirely dedicated to Islamic propagation. The study found that the level of "educative" and "informative" articles on Islamic propagation displayed on Muslim home pages was relatively low. These home pages were found to contain more "informative" type of articles, a type that concentrated on news about Muslims affairs around the world rather than on propagating Islam.

Female Actors in the Egyptian Islamic Public Sphere: Increasing Significance through Increasing Mediatization?

Nov 24, 2010 – Nov 25, 2010
The Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo (NVIC)
Egypt
The Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo (NVIC)
http://www.instituten.leidenuniv.nl/nvic/nieuws/cleveringa-lezing-en-workshop-2010.html
Dr Sabine Dorpmueller, Dr Peter Verkinderen
Islam and civil society, dawah, websites, satellite TV, Egypt, public sphere, gender, activism
s.dorpmuller@nvic.leidenuniv.nl
+20-27382520
+20-27382523
Sep 30, 2010
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