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Awards, reviews, comments, testimonials
about the book "Easily Understand Islam"

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A Best Books Book Awards Winner

Award-Winner in the Religion/Islam category of the Best Books 2006 Book Awards, USA Book News
www.usabooknews.com.

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“… the best book anywhere to explain Islam in an enlightened way to interested non-Muslims as well as Muslims … seeking explanations that are both simple and profound.”

Dr. Robert D. Crane
Appointed U.S. Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates by President Reagan (1981)
Appointed Deputy Director (for Planning) in the National Security Council by President Nixon (1969)
Harvard Law J.D. (1959)
Author numberous books and articles


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"Kamal deserves credit for creating a solid common foundation for all readers ... rasies fascinating similiarities between Quranic verses and developments in modern science ... Dirks goes a long way toward helping Muslims, Christians, and Jews understand both their shared tradition and their differences ... readers eager to jump into more advanced treatments of Islam, its place in the monotheistic tradition, and its application to contemporary issues will find Easily Understand Islam a rewarding book"

David Priess,
Book Reviews, ForeWord Magazine
(Foreword Magazine is one of the primary review sources for US libraries & bookstores)
Jan/Feb 2007 p. 54-55

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"I have reviewed the book, 'Easily Understand Islam' [compiled by F. Kamal] and have found it to be an excellent overview of Islam and the way of life it promotes. Using an easy to digest format, Mr. Kamal offers a glimpse into all the major themes of this world faith as well as tantalizing details written in a lucid style to captivate the interested reader. I would recommend this book as a good starting point for any student of religious faith and practice to understanding the world view of Islam and Muslims today."

Yahiya Emerick
Author of the popular "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Islam.
Author numerous books and works.


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“A wonderful book to educate interested readers on the tenets of Islam and practical information to further your study of this often misunderstood religion.” –USABookNews.com

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"... offer a wide range of perspectives on Islamic beliefs and practices ..."
Islamic Horizons, Reviews, Sept/Oct 2007 p. 72
(USA)

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Book of the month selection
- Hikmah Book Club
(USA)

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Those looking for a rather quick read through many topics from an Islamic perspective are likely to find "Easily Understand Islam: A Collection of Articles" to be very useful. ... Muslims and non-Muslims alike will be able to appreciate the book's numerous insights on Islam.
Al Jumuah Mag, vol 20 issue 8, p. 18
(USA)

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Some feedback from general readers:

I want to thank you so much for the book ... was exactly what I have been needing ...
Heather, MN, USA

... [This book] will be invaluable to me as I am doing a college report on the early history of Islam and educating myself on your culture and customs. I have already discovered that there is a great deal that I do not know and a great deal that I have been misinformed about, much to my shame as I consider myself well-educated ...
Terry, IN, USA

I love this book! ... It has a great format in that the reader can start just about anywhere in the book as their interests take them and get useful, solid information.
Elizabeth, CT, USA

... After a while I felt the desire to know more, about this religion and I discovered this book. I found it very interesting and I read it two times....It's simple, but describes a lot of islamic's aspects and it's useful for muslims and non-muslims. ... I use this book to understand the [Quran's] concepts in a deeper way. So this book is useful ... Thank you very much for this book!
Emanuela, Italy

To be perfectly honest, Islam did not have any relevance in my life (though I have always believed in one supreme divine - GOD). And generally things which do not relate to your life are not of any value to you. This book has basically brought Islam to my everyday life. ...
young female reader, India

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