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The Solution to the Muslim Crisis by Faysal…

The Solution to the Muslim Crisis

by Faysal S. Burhan

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It provides a unique and definitive approch for all the members of this growing faith. It provides a new light and a change of direction that will lead to prosperity. The book uniquely analyses the Muslim problem, provides real solutions, and furnishes practical and realistic steps toward their implementation.

The book clearly demonestrates the need for restoration of the more basic side of Islam in Muslims everywhere. Purity of the heart and clearity in the mind are two institutions of Islam that are absolutely imperative to make each Muslim a true and successful believer. The book demonstrates how this revival of sperituality is essential for Muslim success today.

In August 1996, as a result of this book, recomendations for an Initiative for Establishment of an Islamic Educational Curriculum Platform Based on al-Kitab, al-Hikmah, and al-Tazkiyah, were considered in the First International Islamic Unity Conference held in Los Angeles, California.

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