(I really like this one and recommend it for adults, as well.)
(Already reviewed by Kiki on Saturday -- I mean, Caturday, the 23rd.)
(Kiki plans to review this cat book on Caturday, the 30th.)
(I wrote a teaser about this one, but I have more to say about it later.)
Presents opposing viewpoints on the role of religion in Islamic countries (203 pages).
Chapter 1 : Are the Values of Islam and the West in Conflict?Islam: Opposing Viewpoints ~ edited by Paul A. Winters, religion, 1995
Chapter 2 : Does Islam Promote Terrorism and Violence?
Chapter 3 : What Is the Status of Women Under Islam?
Chapter 4 : How Will Islam's Future Be Shaped?
Same title for this older one, but different content and length (311 pages).
Chapter 1 : What Is the Goal of Political Islam?Library Loot is a weekly meme co-hosted by Claire from The Captive Reader and Marg from The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader that encourages bloggers to share the books they’ve checked out from the library. Claire has the Mister Linky this week, if you'd like to share a list of the loot you brought home.
Chapter 2 : What Is the Status of Women Under Islam?
Chapter 3 : Can Democracy Coexist with Islam?
Chapter 4 : Does Political Islam Promote Terrorism?
Chapter 5 : Is the Islamic World a Threat to the West?
Chapter 6 : Is Islam Uniting the Islamic World?