The adamant position of Professor Asifa Quraishi of the University of Wisconsin Law School is that Sharia is a “way of life” which takes shape in everyday activities such as dietary norms, praying five times a day, doing good and tithing, which are in many ways no different than religious customs of Jews and Christians.
Articles By: Val Jensen
Amongst the plethora of PhDs, hard data sets, hypotheses, and highly involved line graphs at the Heartland Institute’s 6th annual International Conference on Climate Change, a couple things can be simplified enough for the layperson to come away with and feel somewhat educated on the matter.
Noah Bakr, Commissioner of the Montgomery (MD) County Commission on Women who just completed doctorate work in Near Eastern and Islamic studies at Princeton University defines Sharia literally as “a path to the watering hole” but the liquid is not all that clear.
Most Americans have practically no familiarity with the term da’wah and how it relates to the overall Islamic narrative but also correlates with the radical agenda.