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report epub issue pdf Report an free Report an issue PDF/EPUBThe Language of BaklavaPULITZER PRIZE FINALIST NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST Hailed by The Washington Post as mandatoryreading and praised by Fareed Zakaria as intelligent compassionateand revealing a powerful journey to help bridge one of the greatestdivides shaping our world todayIf the Oceans Were Inkis Carla Power's eye opening story of how she and her longtime friendSheikh Mohammad Akram Nadwi found a way to confront ugly stereotypes andpersistent misperceptions that were cleaving their communities Theirfriendship between a secular American and a madrasa trained sheikh hadalways seemed unlikely but now they were frustrated and bewildered bythe battles being fought in their names Both knew that a close look atthe Quran would reveal a faith that preached peace and not mass murderrespect for women and not oppression And so they embarked on a yearlongjourney through the controversial textA journalist who grew upin the Midwest and the Middle East Power offers her unique vantagepoint on the Quran's most provocative verses as she debates with Akramat cafes family gatherings and packed lecture halls conversationsfilled with both good humor and powerful insights Their story takesthem to madrasas in India and pilgrimage sites in Mecca as theyencounter politicians and jihadis feminist activists and conservativescholars Armed with a new understanding of each other's worldviewsPower and Akram offer eye opening perspectives destroy long held mythsand reveal startling connections between worlds that have seemedhopelessly divided for far too longPraise for If the Oceans Were InkA vibrant tale of a friendship If the Oceans Were Inkis a welcome and nuanced look at Islam and goes a long way towardcombating the dehumanizing stereotypes of Muslims that are all toocommonIf the Oceans Were Ink should be mandatory reading for the 52 percent of Americans who admit to not knowing enough about Muslims The Washington PostForall those who wonder what Islam says about war and peace men andwomen Jews and gentiles this is the book to read It is a conversationamong well meaning friendsintelligent compassionate andrevealingthe kind that needs to be taking place around the worldFareed Zakaria author of The Post American WorldCarlaPowers intimate portrait of the Quran told with nuance and greatelegance captures the extraordinary living debate over the Muslim holybooks very essence A spirited compelling readAzadeh Moaveni author of Lipstick JihadUniquemasterful and deeply engaging Carla Power takes the reader on anextraordinary journey in interfaith understanding as she debates anddiscovers the Qurans message meaning and values on peace andviolence gender and veiling religious pluralism and toleranceJohn L Esposito University Professor and Professor of Islamic Studies Georgetown University and author of The Future of IslamA thoughtful provocative intelligent bookDiana Abu Jaber author of Birds Of Paradise and The Languag.

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