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Unter dem Schleier die Freiheit 
Khola Maryam Hübsch
Under the Veil of Freedom
What Islam Can Contribute to a Truly Emancipated Image of Women

It might seem absurd that Islam, of all things, has something to contribute to the image of an emancipated woman. In fact, it is considered one of the last bastions of the suppression and degradation of women. Khola Maryam Hübsch defends herself against this view of Islam, which she considers false and shortsighted.

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Der muslimische Witz 
Hadayatullah Hübsch
Muslim Humor

Islam is well acquainted with humor, and Muslims can laugh! This book proves it. This collection of Muslim jokes, collected from many countries and varied time periods, reflects the variety within Islam – from Mullah Nasreddin tall tales that stem from Persian to the trickster Goha in the Arab Near East to contemporary jokes.

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Zu Fuß nach Jerusalem 
Christian Rutishauser
Walking to Jerusalem
My Pilgrimage for Dialogue and Peace

Two men and two women set off from Switzerland, on foot, on an unusual pilgrimage: their goal is to celebrate Christmas in Jerusalem seven months later. Traveling through areas in crisis and regions characterized by religious tension, the group of pilgrims feels entirely committed to peaceful dialogue among religions.

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Festmahl am Himmelstisch 
Karl-Josef Kuschel
Feasting at the Heavenly Table
How Special Meals Unite Jews, Christians and Muslims

Jews celebrate Passover, Christians Easter, and Muslims ask God to send a table from Heaven where the faithful dine and find sustenance (Qur’an, Surah 5). Celebrating special meals establishes a strong connection between the three great religions, according to Karl-Josef Kuschel. Here this previously unrecognized bond is described in book form for the first time.

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Und ich sah einen neuen Himmel 
Hans-Joachim Simm (ed.)
And I Saw a New Heaven
Images of the Afterlife in the World's Religions

What happens after we die? Is there a life after death? Or even a resurrection of the dead? People of all faiths and in all times have wondered about the afterlife.

This volume contains a comprehensive collection of textual depictions of the afterlife drawn from Judaism, Christianity and Islam, as well as Hinduism and Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism, from the religions of Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, from the religions of Central America, Norse mythology and more

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Allah, Koran und Ramadan 
Annemarie Schimmel
Allah, the Qur'an and Ramadan
Daily Life and Tradition in Islam

In light of the religious diversity with which we are confronted in our multicultural society, examination of the great world religions is increasingly important.

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Weihnachten und der Koran 
Karl-Josef Kuschel
Christmas and the Qur’an

It is far too little known that an astonishing range of biblical tradition is incorporated in the Qur’an. That includes the Christmas story, found in Sura 19. Nowhere do the biblical and Qur’anic traditions overlap more significantly than in the story of the birth of Jesus.

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Am Sabbat geht Moische zum Rebbe 
Salcia Landmann
On the Sabbath, Moshe Goes to the Rabbi
The Best Jewish Jokes
Compiled and edited by Rainer Moritz
With cartoons by Peter Gaymann

This volume unites the deepest, bitterest and sharpest – in short, the best – Jewish jokes from Salcia Landmann’s centuries-spanning collection.

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Der Buddha 
Hermann-Josef Frisch
The Buddha
The Story of the Enlightened One

More and more people are fascinated by Buddhism and look to it orientation and guidance. Who was Siddhartha Gautama, who is called Buddha and the Enlightened One, and considered to be the founder of Buddhism? Hermann-Josef Frisch brings to life the man behind the many legends.

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Leben ist Brückenschlagen 
Karl-Josef Kuschel
Life Means Building Bridges
Forerunners of Interreligious Dialogue

Telling the stories of the forerunners of interreligious dialogue is to tell a story of hope. In light of current affairs in the world, dialogue among religions has become more crucial than ever. Karl-Josef Kuschel presents the still quite young history of interreligious understanding by means of exemplary portraits of individuals from all religious traditions.

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