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Islam: Beliefs and Teachings
This is one of the best books to teach the basics of Islam to young adults and new Muslims. It has widely been used by teachers, parents and new Muslims.
|Publisher:||The Muslim Educational Trust|
|Suitable Age:||11 - 17|
|Dimensions:||5.85 x 8.25|
If you're looking for a book that will teach the basics of Islam to young adult and new Muslims, then Islam: Beliefs and Teachings, is one of the best in the market!
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Islam: A Closer Look
An intelligent and sensitive portrayal of Islamic beliefs and practices.
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This is a textbook for children aged 7 to 9 years old which teaches about Islam, the Quran, faith and the five pillars of Islam.
|Elementary Teachings of Islam|
A great book for New Muslims, this book also includes information on Eid prayers, wudu and the preparation of the deceased. It also answers some commonly asked questions about Islamic practices and beliefs.
This book has been used in Islamic schools, but also by new Muslims who are seeking to understand the basic tenets of the faith. Not only is it well-written, to the delight of teachers, it has a series of questions at the end of each chapter, divided by age group.
Islam: Beliefs and Teachings presents Islam as a complete way of life. It looks at the role played by a Muslim's belief in One God, Muslim women; discusses Islamic dress, food and drink; gives a brief outline of Islamic law, family life, marriage, the political and economic system of Islam and more.
Since it was first published in 1980, it has proved to be a trusty companion to children, Islamic school teachers and new Muslims who are seeking a better understanding of the faith. This is its latest version which was printed in 2000.
AuthorBio: Ghulam Sarwar is the Director of the Muslim Education Trust. He has an Honours degree in Commerce and a Masters degree in Management from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. For three years he taught Business Management in the City College, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Since the early sixties he has been actively involved in Islamic Dawa. His written works include: Islam for Younger People; The Children's Book of Salah; British Muslims and Schools; Sex Education - The Muslim Perspective, Syllabus and Guidelines for Islamic Teaching, Muslims and Education in the UK and Books on Islam in English.
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