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» Introduction to Islam
» Basic Beliefs of Islam
» The Creed of Islam
» The Five Pillars of Islam
» Do Muslims, Jews and Christians
   worship the same God?

» The God of the Qur'an (Koran)
   and the God of the Bible

» Cults and Sects of Islam
» Major Divisions of Islam
» Jihad : Struggle/Holy War
» Islam and Terrorism
» Regarding 9/11

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Christian Answering IslamOff-site Link (European site)    Answering IslamOff-site Link (U.S. site)
Jochen Katz' extensive site
Christian Arab World MinistriesOff-site Link A team-oriented mission expressing faith in Christ through love for Muslims.
Non-Christian A Brief Illustrated Guide To Understanding IslamOff-site Link (Pro) Clear presentation of Islam's beliefs and practices.
AcademicSecular Center for Muslim-Christian UnderstandingOff-site Link ''The Center was founded in 1993 to foster a better understanding of Islam and of Muslim-Christian relations in the West. [...] The Center's faculty members are noted scholars on Islam and Christianity, and Mulsim politics, Muslim-Christian Relations, and religion and international affairs.''
Non-Christian Council on American-Islamic RelationsOff-site Link Washington-based Islamic advocacy group (Note: CAIR itself is a controversial organizationOff-site Link)
Non-Christian Defenders of A'al-ulbait and the Companions Islamic HomepageOff-site Link Extensive collection of links to Islamic information sources: sites, publications, news, software, databases, etc.
Non-ChristianSecular Institute for the Secularisation of Islamic Society (ISIS)Off-site Link ''...has been formed to promote the ideas of rationalism, secularism, democracy and human rights within Islamic society. ISIS promotes freedom of expression, freedom of thought and belief, freedom of intellectual and scientific inquiry, freedom of conscience and religion - including the freedom to change one's religion or belief - and freedom from religion: the freedom not to believe in any deity.''
Secular Islam: Empire of FaithOff-site Link Extensive site, by PBS to accompany the film by the same name.
Christian IslamReviewOff-site Link Articles, news, resources, etc.
Christian MuhammadanismOff-site Link Extensive site that encourages Muslism to research Christian critiques of and anwers to Islam. Materials in Arabic and English. Includes news, articles, online (and downloadable) books, etcetera.
Christian The Muslim-Christian Debate WebsiteOff-site Link Content-rich site operated by Hyde Park Christian fellowship - an informal network of Christian researchers in the United Kingdom, whose primary interest is the academic study of all issues relevant to Islam and Christianity.
Christian The Nature of IslamOff-site Link Collection of articles at Leadership University
Since the murderous terrorism of September 11 and the subsequent war--seen by many Muslims as war on their religion--many Westerners have sought greater knowledge of Islam. Is it, as claimed, a religion of peace? What do Muslims believe, in general and in particular regarding war and violence? How does it compare with Christianity?
Non-Christian What Did Jesus Really Say?Off-site Link (PRO) This 600+ page book, written by Misha'al Ibn Abdullah Al-Kadhi, is extensive, definitive collection of Islamic apologetics and arguments.
Christian What Indeed Did Jesus Say?Off-site Link (CON) A Rebuttal to "What Did Jesus Really Say?" This is a significant site providing a systematic rebuttal to current Islamic apologetics/propaganda.
Non-Christian Who Is Our Savior? Allah or Jesus?Off-site Link (Pro) Extensive collection of Islamic apologetics articles.
Christian World Religions : Comparative AnalysisOff-site Link A Comparative Analysis Of The Major World Religions From A Christian Perspective.
Christian World Religions IndexOff-site Link Equips Christians to understand other world religions and religious philosophies. Include a tableOff-site Link comparing basic beliefs, personal testimoniesOff-site Link from former Muslims who have converted to Christianity, and a couple of articlesOff-site Link.
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• Surveys
Secular Survey: Islamic Extremism: Common Concern for Muslim and Western PublicsOff-site Link "Support for Terror Wanes Among Muslim Publics" July 14, 2005 survey results report by the Pew Research Centre.
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• Subject: Islam and Muslims
• First posted: Nov. 20, 1996
• Last Updated: Apr. 2, 2005
• Editors: Anton and Janet Hein
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