This cultural application try to introduce to non Muslims and non Arabs the basics of the Islamic civilization the roots and practices of Islam and why people are more and more interested to discover and learn about Islam.
This app also try to explore why Muslims like Mose, Jesus and Noah.
I decided to study religion because, as a freshman at Reed, I couldn't make up my mind about whether to major in philosophy, history, English, anthropology, or in a foreign language - so I opted to study what draws on all of these. As a student of Islam in particular, I have had the freedom to explore so many facets of Muslim religious culture, from modern Arab short stories to Iranian cinema, from Javanese wayang kulit theater to African-American liberation theology. All of these things - literature, film, theater, cultural studies and more - are part and parcel to studying religion. In short, then, studying religion gives me an extraordinary freedom to explore human culture from myriad perspectives.
Despite the secularist narratives that often dominate our thinking about modernity and the contemporary world, I believe there are few human experiences that are beyond the purview of religiosity. Religion truly pervades how we define and conceive ourselves as human beings.
This app is a real amazing journey to a new civilization and culture for us.
Also we added some very basic lessons about Arabic language to help you play the game of brain expantion.
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