The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Islam

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Alpha, 2002 - Religion - 383 pages
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Is the Qur'an the Muslim Bible or something more? This book follows a day in the life of a Muslim -- prayers toward Mecca and keeping halal -- The Islamic dress code and life ceremonies -- and Ramadan and Hajj, the two Islamic holidays -- The life of the Prophet Muhammad -- and 1400 years of Islamic history.

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Review: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Islam (The Complete Idiot's Guides)

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These series books are hit and miss, depending on the author's ability, focus, etc. This one was beautifully written and done (whereas the Christianity one was almost unreadable). Only quibbles - some ... Read full review

Review: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Islam (The Complete Idiot's Guides)

User Review  - Goodreads

These series books are hit and miss, depending on the author's ability, focus, etc. This one was beautifully written and done (whereas the Christianity one was almost unreadable). Only quibbles - some ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Yahiya Emerick is an American convert to Islam who has been involved in interfaith issues and education since 1990. He has a graduate degree in history, has authored 14 books for adults and children, and has been published in many magazines, including the Journal for Religion and Education.

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