the missing edit button is proving to be a real pain. anyway, the book cover is pretty spot on - a poster for positive progress. at least in some people's eyes.(Clicky for piccy!)
crumble puts out a picture of a book from a good guy Sadek Hamid and a blog on that book from LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS Stephen H. Jones WHO ALLEGEDLY is a sociologist of religion
whose research focuses on the intersections between belief, politics and public policy. His primary areas of expertise are in Islam and Muslims in the UK and religious and non-religious publics’ perceptions of science. He is General Secretary of the Muslims in Britain Research Network (MBRN
), and a Lecturer in the Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham. He tweets at @StphnHwrdJns.
The book is OK w.r.t British Muslims but I am afraid neither Sadek Hamid nor Stephen H. Jones know very little about "ISLAMIC THOUGHT" which is heading of that book.,
because neither of them read Quran, or hadith or early Islam history .. So they can talk about Muslims that are born after 1995 but their background on early Islam.. Islamic scriptures and early Islamic history is questionable ,,'
anyways that is dr. Sadek Hamid's 2nd book