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From front web page of The ny Times to YouTube, Dr. Wafa Sultan has develop into a strength radical Islam has to reckon with. For the 1st time, she tells her tale and what she realized, first-hand, approximately radical Islam in A God Who Hates, a passionate memoir through an outspoken Arabic girl that also is a cautionary story for the West. She grew up in Syria in a tradition governed by means of a god who hates ladies. "How can this kind of tradition be whatever yet barbarous?", Sultan asks. "It can't", she concludes "because any tradition that hates its ladies can't love whatever else." She believes that the god who hates is waging a conflict among modernity and barbarism, now not a conflict among religions. She additionally understands that it's a conflict radical Islam will lose. Condemned through a few and praised through others for conversing out, Sultan wishes every body to appreciate the risk posed by way of A God Who Hates.
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9, p. 256; cf. Reinert, Die Lehre, pp. , pp. 101–112. 3 Schimmel, Mystical Dimensions, p. 36, apud al-Ghazàlì’s I˙yà" 'ulùm al-dìn. 4 For this struggle to be successful, one should be constantly watching over one’s heart and members in order to prevent them from engaging in sinful actions. Even more importantly, al-Dàrànì viewed this struggle as a progress along a path that was punctuated by a number of “stages’’ or “ranks’’ (darajàt). They roughly corresponded to Shaqìq’s “dwelling stations’’ (manàzil ) which were described in the previous chapter.
9 10 asceticism and mysticism in the western provinces 39 in high places into a theory of existence and a system of theosophy,’’ there is little doubt that the ascetic and mystical thought in Syria was not conﬁned to Damascus and its immediate environs. ’’15 This, for example, is how al-An†àkì described the state of the mystical lover: When others look at the lover, he does not see them; when he is called, he does not hear; when misfortune comes upon him, he is not grieved; and when success looks him in the face, he does not rejoice.
Al-Óasan al-Baßrì and His Circle Al-Óasan al-Baßrì (d. 110/728) Yazìd b. Abàn al-Raqàshì (d. between 101/729 and 121/738) Mu˙ammad b. Wasì' (d. 127/738), Màlik b. Dìnàr (d. 128/745) Farqad ak-Sabakhì (d. 132/749) 'Abd al-Wà˙id b. Zayd (d. ca. 133/750) Dàwùd al-ˇà"ì (d. 165/781) Ràbi'a al-'Adawiyya (d. 185/801) Riyà˙ b. 'Amr al-Qaysì (d. 195/810) Abù Sulaymàn al-Dàrànì (d. , he argued that “patience’’ (ßabr) and “resignation,’’ or “satisfaction’’ [with the Divine Will] (ri∂à), should be “the beginning and the end of each pious act,’’ see al-Sulamì, ˇabaqàt, p.
A God Who Hates: The Courageous Woman Who Inflamed the Muslim World Speaks Out Against the Evils of Islam by Wafa Sultan