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Recommended Titles for the Educator Interested in Learning about Islam

By Zainab Mahmood Basic Introductory Volumes Jamal Elias, Islam, Religions of the World Series (Prentice Hall, 1999) This volume serves as an excellent starting point for a reader with little background in Islam. Written in clear, straightforward prose, this book includes a basic introduction to the history, belief, and practices of Islam. Teachers will enjoy the eminently usable maps, glossary, pronunciation guide, photographs, list of sacred days and festivals, and lists of suggested ...

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An Interview with Morris Rossabi

EDITOR’S NOTE: We are grateful to Marleen Kassel and Zainab Mahmood of the Asia Society, as well as to our distinguished subject, for the following interview. City University of New York Professor Morris Rossabi is an internationally known expert on Central and Inner Asia, areas where Islam is a dominant religion. Please note that our interviewer, Zainab Mahmood, also provides a very useful introductory level annotated list of recommended sources for educators interested in learning about Isla...

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