Lecture Details for Islam in America: A Panel Discussion

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Lecture Details

Event Date1/12/1997
Event LocationBerkley California
Event Description90's Speech. Shaykh Hamza in T-Shirt! From Youtube: A distinguished panel of three speakers that makes a historical survey of the landscape of Islam in America. Hamza Yusuf looks at the various groupings of the immigrant/indigenous Muslim communities and the diversity and persuasions that exist within them. He also considers the fascinating and frightening aspects that the enormous growth of Islam presents for Muslims and non-Muslims in America. Hakim Archuletta elaborates on Hamza's comments with the hope that non-Muslims will better be able to interact and relate with Muslims they may meet. And Ruqaiyyah Maqsood closes out the panel by sharing her experience of the growth of Islam in England and how there is, indeed, a genuine interest in Islam amongst the natives in the U.K. as well. Other topics: Americanization of Muslim names, the Nation of Islam, the dar al Islam movement, and sufi orders.

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SHY Quotes made at this Event

RecommendationQuote
Faces of the Enemy: Reflections of the Hostile Imagination : The Psychology of Enmity"A brilliant book" -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf
How the Irish became White"Shaykh Hamza discussed how hard it is for immigrants to fit into the American Social System. He related from his own heritage, how the Irish had so many problems in the 1800's." -Munawar
How the Irish became White"A very interesting book, on the difficulties of integrating by the Irish" -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf
The Social Menace of the Orient: white or yellow, Volume II"The actual book recommended was called "The Oriental Menace". But this book doesn't exist. I believe this is the book he was actually recommended. " -Munawar