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Healing The Wounds of Sept. 11, 2001: (Reflections of an American Muslim)

Athar, Shahid

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ISBN 10: 1410784827 / ISBN 13: 9781410784827
Published by AuthorHouse, 2004
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Title: Healing The Wounds of Sept. 11, 2001: (...

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Publication Date: 2004

Book Condition: Good

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Healing the wounds of Sept. 11, 2001 is a collectionof Dr. Athar's writings, speeches, and poems after the tragedy. He received many letters of support from his American friends which are compiled in his essay "the light at the end." One such friend is a Catholic nun Sr. Mary Margaret Funk who wrote the postscript to this book. Dr. Athar offers interfaith understanding and respect fordiversity as well as spirituality to heal such wounds.

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Dr. Shahid Athar isa naturalized U.S. Citizen. He is a physician in private practice of Endocrinology and on the clinical faculty of Indiana University School of Medicine. He is a Muslim, born in India. He was founder and Chairman of Islamic Society of Greater Indianapolis (ISGI) and Interfaith Alliance of Indiana (IAI). He is an author of 5 books including Reflections of An American Muslim and some 125 published articles on Islamic topics which can be accessed at his website He has spoken to many churches, civic organizations, universities and colleges on various topics including Islam, interfaith, spirituality and medical ethics. His affiliations include Christians and Muslims for Peace (CAMP), Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), Al- Fajr Mosque, Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA), International Association for Sufism (IAS), and Council for American and Islamic Relations (C.A.I.R.). Heis not affiliated with any political or religious Islamic party. He is a regular contributor to Indianapolis Star. For his interfaith activities, The Indianapolis Medical Society in 2002 awarded him the prestigious Gov. Otis Bowen Award for Community Service. Healing the wounds of Sept. 11, 2001 is a collection of his writings and speeches he gave after the tragedy trying to analyze what happened on that sad day in the history. He received many letters of support from his American friends which are also included. One such friend is Margaret Mary Funk, a catholic Nun who wrote the postscript to this book. Dr. Athar, offers forgiveness, interfaith understanding, respect and diversity for healing of these wounds.

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