Has Media Bias Led to a Misunderstanding of Islam?: Dr. Mohammed Haque Addresses the Perception of Muslims with His Latest Book

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A college professor develops a road map for cultural tolerance

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It’s important that we recognize and embrace our cultural differences,” says Haque. “As human beings, we must preach tolerance and understanding.

Islam means, “surrendering to the will of God.”

A commentary on Muslim beliefs and culture, Suppression of the Muslims, by Dr. Mohammed Haque details the peaceful foundation of Islam and the shaky relationship between Muslims and the Western world. Haque believes that Muslims are portrayed as antagonists in the American media due to cultural misunderstandings and the acts of a few radicals.

“It’s important that we recognize and embrace our cultural differences,” says Haque. “As human beings, we must preach tolerance and understanding.”

Haque scrupulously examines the shaky relationship between the United States and the Muslim world. According to Haque, fundamental differences between Western nations and the Middle East often leads to confusion and intolerance. He believes that recent conflicts with Iraq as well as other political events have led to a negative and inaccurate portrayal of Muslims in mainstream media. Haque outlines his belief that United States foreign policy is hypocritical and actually attempts to weaken Islamic nations.

“Foreign policy should not be repressive to an entire nation,” say Haque. “Every country should be allowed to pursue their own development and international squabbles must be solved with the help of the United Nations.”

Suppression of the Muslims is a road map to tolerance and a guide to understanding Islamic nations. Haque urges readers to appreciate the differences between Islamic and Western civilizations while recognizing the similarities between all of us as human beings.

Suppression of the Muslims
By Dr. Mohammed Haque
ISBN: 978-1-4808-0022-9
Paperback: $11.99
Available at http://www.amazon.com

About the author

While Haque was a student in Bangladesh, he was falsely imprisoned for political reasons and sentenced to death by hanging. Haque was eventually freed under the condition that he leave the country within six months. From here he traveled to the United States to pursue higher education. Dr. Mohammed Haque is a currently a professor at Texas A&M University in Texarkana, Texas.

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