Tuesday's notes this week on Islam
Tuesday's notes this week on Islam Rel 1000
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brooke Kaufman on Tuesday April 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Rel 1000 at a university taught by Professor Riggs in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views.
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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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