Ahmadiyya Muslim Community: Information about the community, with a biography of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and a collection of his writings. Also includes the Quran in translation, TV schedule, and a collection of articles and audio-visual resources

Al-Islam: Site which serves as a resource for anyone wanting to learn about Islam, whether you are a non Muslim or a Muslim. Includes a large collection of online books and multimedia resources

First Ismaili Electronic Library and Database: Ismaili resources and history. Includes a time line about the Aga Khan

Islam - The Modern Religion: An overview of Islam, many articles to introduce different aspects of the religion

Jannah.com: A collection of audio-visual resources on Islam (in Arabic and English). Also offer downloads of software tools

Khilafah.com: Updated daily with news from around the Muslim Ummah, Islamic analysis, viewpoints, tafseer of Qur'an, daily hadith. The Khilafah Magazine, articles and online books on the Islamic culture, systems and politics are available for download. Dedicated to carrying the dawah and the call for the re-establishment of the Khilafah (Islamic State) and the political system of Islam

Mernissi, Fatema: Official website of the Moroccan feminist, sociologist and writer; includes a bibliography (organized by theme), articles, her projects, and contact details

Muslim Women's League: A nonprofit American Muslim organization working to implement the values of Islam and thereby reclaim the status of women as free, equal and vital contributors to society. Includes news, articles, and information about publications

Nation of Islam Online: Official website of the Nation of Islam. With information on the history, activities and philosophy of this organisation

Sufism's Many Paths: An annotated and explanatory web directory of Sufism designed for students, scholars, and the general public. Sections on major Sufis and Orders, doctrine and practice, Qur'an commentary and definitions of Sufism, Sufism in the West, Sufi women and the relationship between Sufism and Islam

The International Sufi Movement: Founded by Hazrat Inayat Khan. Information on its teachings, worship, activities, and a biography of the founder. Also includes listings of events and international contacts

The Nobel Peace Prize 2003: Awarded to Shirin Ebadi, for her efforts for democracy and human rights. She has focused especially on the struggle for the rights of women and children. Includes a biography, press release, diploma, and her Nobel Lecture

The Story of Africa - Islam : BBC World Service: A history of Islam in Africa; includes articles about Muslim practice and activity on the continent, regional variations, a timeline, bibliography and links

Tolerance in Islam: An abridged version of a lecture given by Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall in 1927. He explores the concept of tolerance in Islam, and makes a case that western Christian charges of intolerance involve double standards



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