|ISLAM 2.0. Conversations for Muslim Generations. A Positive voice of Islam offering a fresh perspective.
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126 Pages - Maher Hathout
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Islam 2.0 Conversations for
book is the result of many years of conversations between the author and
generations of Muslim youth and young adults, which led to a deep understanding
of the questions this group of Muslims has. Islam 2.0 is an attempt to answer
these questions through a mixture of information about Islam and lessons from
the author's personal life story. Dr. Hathout has tried to create a level of
comfort for Muslim youth as they think about their religion. It is the hope of
the author that this will inspire them to contribute positively to society and
the whole of humanity. Although Islam 2.0 is directed towards young Muslims, it
is also a wonderful tool and source of information for all who are interested
in learning about Islam.
About the Author:
Maher M. Hathout is a leading spokesperson for the American Muslim community.
Besides being a respected physician, Dr. Maher Hathout is best known for his
public service. He is an international figure who is highly regarded as a
positive voice for Islam, offering a unique and valuable perspective on
national and international issues involving Muslims and emphasizing the
American Muslim identity. Dr. Hathout is the senior advisor of the Muslim Public
Affairs Council (MPAC) and holds numerous other offices as well. He is the
spokesperson for the Islamic Center of Southern California and a former
chairman of its board of directors. Dr. Hathout has met with Presidents Bill
Clinton and George W. Bush to discuss America's image in the Middle East and
has been invited to Capitol Hill and the State Department several times to
address a variety of topics such as "Islam and U.S. Policy,"
"Islamic Democracy," "Emerging Trends in Islamic
Movements," and the “Future of the Middle East." He also gave the
invocation at the 2000 Democratic National Convention.
Hathout has written extensively on Islam, human rights, democracy, Middle East
politics, and Bosnia. His articles and interviews have appeared in such prominent
newspapers as "The Los Angeles Times," "The New York
Times," "The Wall Street Journal," and "The Christian
Science Monitor" as well as leading newspapers in the Middle East. He
appears frequently on television and has traveled to Australia, Egypt, Kuwait,
Malaysia, Pakistan, and South Africa to lecture on Islam and Muslims.