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Crucial to the vitality of any religious community is its ability to draw in and have interaction descendants and converts. By this measure, notwithstanding the proliferation of mosques and Islamic organizations, the Muslim community in America isn’t doing in the least well.” This rather sober assessment motivates the writer to deal with. In this book, the detachment from the Mosque of the good majority of America’s homegrown Muslims. The writer claims that, to effectively answer the overall malaise of American-born Muslims, the Islamic establishment in America must be willing to concentrate to the doubts and complaints of the disaffected. The writer feels it’s important and beneficial to be candid and objective and not evade controversy, for to inadequately state the case for or against a selected position. Examining questions of theodicy, hadith accuracy, and arguments among the American Muslim community.