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Reader comment on item: Foreword: Why Islam's Reformers are Vitally Important

Submitted by Peter Herz, Jul 28, 2017 at 19:23

It is interesting that this book focuses on North American Muslims, themselves already suffering inroads from proselytizing by either secularism or other theistic traditions, was compiled by a Canadian civil rights reporter, and is intended for an English-reading audience.

How do such proposals for reform/modernization in the Islamic world read in Arabic, Turkish, Farsi, Urdu, and Bahasa Malaysia/Indonesia? Are there such voices writing in those languages?


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