Muslim Refugees in the United States: A Guide for Service Providers, is a basic introduction to the worldview of Muslim peoples as manifested in their religion and culture. Topics covered include an overview of the fundamental tenets of Islam, necessary conditions for successful resettlement, special considerations when working with Muslim men, women, children, and elderly, as well as a list of resources for both refugees and service providers. 2003. (48 pp).
Patricia S. Maloof, Ph.D & Fariyal Ross-Sheriff, Ph.D.
Center for Applied Linguistics, Cultural Orientation Resource Center