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- Maryam Jameelah’s Thoughts on Western Civilization
- Maryam Jameelah: Islam fascinated her since childhood
- Maryam Jameelah
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Maryam Jameelah’s Thoughts on Western Civilization
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Maryam Jameelah: Islam fascinated her since childhood
A collection of review essays which provide the student with a full understanding of the ideological weapons of the Orientalists which are deliberately being used to mislead the Muslim intelligentsia into cynicism, heresy and apostasy. This work is essential to help rescue the modern educated Muslim from the fallacy of accepting these unscrupulous scholars as the supreme authorities on Islam. Lastly, it is intended to show the Muslim reader how the West sees them. Maryam Jameelah May 23, - October 31, was an author of over thirty books on Islamic culture and history and a prominent female voice for conservative and fundamentalist Islam, known for her disparaging writings on the west. She grew up in a secular environment, but at the age of nineteen, while a student at New York University, she developed a keen interest in religion. Her articles outlined a pristine view of Islam and sought to establish the truth of the religion through debates with critics.
ISLAM And The Muslim Woman Today: MARYAM JAMEELAH part in peace, our modernist reformers insist that men and women of hopelessly incompatible.
Born Margaret Marcus in the United States. Converted from Judaism to Islam in Became a spokesperson for Islam, defending Muslim beliefs against Western criticism and championing Muslim causes. Corresponded with Sayyid Abu al-Ala Mawdudi from to and moved to Pakistan in at his invitation. Has written a number of books systematically outlining Jamaat-i Islami's ideology and serves as one of its chief ideologues, although she has never formally joined the party.
The deceased was suffering from illness from the past several years because of her age for which she was also shifted to hospital at times. She was brought up in a secular environment, but at the age of nineteen, she developed a keen interest in religion. On her way of finding the righteous Deen, she was greatly influenced by Marmaduke Pickthall's 'The Meaning of the Glorious Koran' and by the works of Muhammad Asad who himself reverted from Judaism. On the advice of Mawdudi, Jameelah traveled to Pakistan in and joined his family in Lahore.
Maryam Jameelah May 23, — October 31, was an American-Pakistani author of over thirty books on Islamic culture and history and a prominent female voice for conservative Islam, known for her writings about the West. She was married to and had five children with Muhammad Yusuf Khan, a leader in the Jamaat-e-Islami political party, and resided in the city of Lahore. As a child, Marcus was psychologically and socially ill at ease with her surroundings, and her mother described her as bright, exceptionally bright, but also "very nervous, sensitive, high-strung, and demanding". Even while in school she was attracted to Asian and particularly Arab culture and history, and counter to the support for Israel among people around her, she generally sympathised with the plight of Arabs and Palestinians. She entered the University of Rochester after high-school, but had to withdraw before classes began because of psychiatric problems.
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