Utilized as a curriculum based text at the high school and university levels; studied inside and outside the Association of Imam W. Deen Mohammed (ra); present in the collections of academic and research libraries across the nation including the prestigious Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and in libraries from Great Britain to Pakistan…it is the text from which every organization in the Association of Imam W. Deen Mohammed adapted their mission statements. Now Genesis of New American Leadership: Building the Community Life enters its third printing!
Featuring foreword by Imam Omar Shaheed and afterword by Imam Plemon T. El-Amin, this text is one of the most powerful books from the American Muslim perspective since The Autobiography of Malcolm X! A scholarly examination of how millions of American Muslims moved from theocratic autocracy toward true Islamic democracy and the lessons for today’s leaders. Provocative, yet pragmatic, universal yet specific and one of the most intriguing books ever written by an American author on leadership. Speaks to America about what Islam is and what its presence means. For Muslims this book is about the genesis of a new responsibility and for the non-Muslim, it is about the genesis of a new understanding and acceptance. FPLLC Qalam Books Division, English, Hardcover/Dust Jacket Reference: 336 pages. Minimum purchase quantity for Reseller discount is four (4) copies.
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“It is a gift to us.” —Imam Dr. W. Deen Mohammed, Religious Leader and Humanitarian, Founder The Mosque Cares and Collective Purchasing Conference
“Required Reading.” —Professor Dr. Robert Hogner, Florida International University
A great job translating the important relationship between Muslims, Christians and Jews.” —Honorable Mayor John Delaney; President, University of North Florida
“Excellent…indeed a marvelous work.” Dr. Muhammad Abdul Rauf, The Islamic Center Washington, DC
“Valuable application…an important aspect of American Islam and scholarship.” —Dr. Patrice C. Brodeur, Connecticut College New London Hartford Seminary’s The Muslim World“