By Dawn-Marie Gibson,Herbert Berg
New views at the country of Islam contributes to the continuing discussion in regards to the nature and effect of the country of Islam (NOI), bringing clean insights to parts that experience formerly been neglected within the scholarship of Elijah Muhammad’s NOI, the Imam W.D. Mohammed group and Louis Farrakhan’s Resurrected NOI. Bringing jointly contributions that discover the formation, practices, and impression of the NOI, this quantity problematizes the background of the stream, its theology, and relationships with different spiritual activities. participants provide a number of various views, making connections among the ideology of the NOI and gender, nutritional regulations and foodways, the internationalization of the circulation, and the civil rights move. This publication presents a cutting-edge evaluation of present scholarship at the country of Islam, and should be proper to students of yank faith and heritage, Islamic experiences, and African American reviews.
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