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Tuesday's notes this week on Islam

by: Brooke Kaufman

Tuesday's notes this week on Islam Rel 1000

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The last of notes we took on the Islam unit before the test later this week
Religion 1000
Professor Riggs
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Date Created: 04/12/16
Religion 1000 Islam 3    Agency: capacity of a person to decide for oneself about how to act in the world o Hijab­agency versus independence (self choice to benefit the world versus  self choice for self interest) The Veil/Hijab      Definition: curtain or separation o Head/body scarp worn by some Muslim women Dress style o Individual choice o Family and community o Cultural background o National laws    Polyvocal style: means different things to different people In France, the hijab is seen as: o Anti­nationalism o Refusal to integrate o Oppression of women Video notes o Hijab banned in school o Parents protest hijab o France is secular so it is seen as anti­nationalism o President wants conservative votes o Girls started their own illegal classes o Ready to oppose law by legal means o Can France handle multi­culturalism o Spokeswoman believes French law is superior to Islamic law o Muslim women: some believe it is for God but others believe they have to  veil themselves for men The Night of Ascension o Following grows after revelation o Islam threat to Mecca life o 13 years of Persecution st  1  target low status Muslims  Persecution intensifies o Abyssinia Migration  Muhammad tells his followers to go to Abyssinia  King Negus, a Christian, offers protection to them o 622 CE  Muhammad has supernatural travel and ascension referred to as his night journey  Strengthened legitimacy and confidence  Most Muslims believe it was physical and spiritual journey  Jibreel takes Muhammad to Jerusalem (trip called Isra) and then  from Heaven to Hell and close to God (trip called Mi ‘raj) Sufism o Mysticism (practices aimed at connection with divine) in Islam o Sufi interpretation of Muhammad’s Mi ‘raj (night journey) o Devotional music      Dhikr: remembrance, repetition of names, praise, and prayer  Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (1948­1997) Singer  Brought this to westerners


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