The Center for Islamic Studies, CIS, DBA Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies (IAIS) is a non-profit organization founded in 1994 in California, USA. CIS is a voice from the mainstream Islam presenting its genuine nature and is dedicated to bringing about a more conducive environment for all. CIS is committed to serve peace and promote common grounds shared by the faiths of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism as well as other religious institutions and communities.
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The mission statement of IAIS is refreshing, and one that is fully in keeping with my desires as a Christian. There simply MUST be a higher degree of mutual understanding amongst peoples. While we may disagree vigorously with each others theological points of view, it is important that we respect them, and choose to agree to disagree. Unfortunately, we cannot even get to that point if we don’t understand each other. So, I am trying to educate myself on the Islamic reality to contribute my one grain of sand towards improved relations between all monotheistic religions.
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I happened to come across your website the other day, and I have to say that its about time that somebody finally responded to misunderstandings about Islam that everybody seems to have these days. I think your website should be put on every blog site mash’Allah. Keep doing what you are doing, may Allah bless you, ameen.
Few months ago I requested a copy of “Reading the Muslim Mind” and I have never been more anxious to attain the knowledge you write about in your book. I have dedicated just about every waking minute to better understanding Islam and living by the wisdom I find in the covers of the Quran. I am in the process of reading the book a second time. Once I get it back from friends that wanted to read the material.