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The Muslim Faith Group Page

More than 2 million adult Muslims regularly participate in worship activities at more than 2,100 mosques in the United States. The vast majority (75 percent) of those mosque’s leaders do not think U.S. society as a whole is hostile toward Muslims, and more than half (56 percent) interpret Quran and Sunnah in the context of modern circumstances. To help educate Americans about Islam in the United States, the Cooperative Congregational Studies Partnership, a research consortium of more than two dozen religion scholars and faith communities, has established the Muslim Faith Group page on its website, Faith Communities Today. The Muslim Faith Group page links to several resources, including reports on three studies (1994, 2000, 2011) conducted, in coordination with CCSP and key Islamic organizations, by Ihsan Bagby, associate professor of Islamic studies at the University of Kentucky.



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