Enber Masud has a free online book which "is an
antidote to the less than objective and/or balanced media coverage of events
which helped shape American perspectives of Islam and Muslims, and Muslims'
perspectives of America." See: http://www.twf.org/
This is a PDF file.
Fordham University's Internet Islamic History Sourcebook has an
impressive array of hyperlinks to dozens of web sites on Islam. See http://www.fordham.edu/
"Harun Yahya: an invitation to the truth" is a website
that promotes and publicizes the works of Harun Yahya, a prominent Turkish
thinker and author. One of his specialties is creationism. See: http://www.harunyahya.com/
The Institute of Islamic Information and Education provides "accurate information about Islamic beliefs, history and
civilization from authentic sources. See: http://www.iiie.net/
The International Islamic News Agency (IINA) disseminates
Islamic news in Arabic from its headquarters in Saudi Arabia. See:
The International Islamic Propagation Center
(IIPC) is an Islamic TV channel on the Internet with programs in English and Urdu. See: http://www.iipc.tv/
InternetMuslim.com has extensive links to Islamic
news sources and other resources. They have a computer program, the
Internet Muslim Companion, to help in surfing Islamic
Islaam.com is a comprehensive resource with
hundreds of original articles. http://www.islaam.com This web site may be offline.
Islam and the Baha'i Faith is an online book by Abir Majid, an member of the
Baha'i Faith. It promotes "a better understanding of the relationship between the
Baha'i Faith and Islam, and to dispel some of the misconceptions which may have led to
feelings of mistrust and suspicion." It is also availalable in Arabic. See: https://bahai-library.com/
IslamAwareness.org is an information and news source about
Islam . Their "... primary purpose of Islamic-Awareness website is to educate Muslims about the questions and issues frequently raised by the Christian Missionaries and Orientalists." See: http://www.islamic-awareness.org/
Islam-Guide features "A brief illustrated
guide to understanding Islam" at: http://www.islam-guide.com/ It
is intended for non-Muslims.
"IslamiCity" first went online during 1995-FEB -- two months before the ReligiousTolerance.org web site, during the infancy of the Internet. They "provide a non-sectarian, comprehensive and holistic view of Islam and Muslims." They: "cultivate peace, inspire action, explore positive solutions and encourage purposeful living through the universal teachings of Islam. See: http://www.islamicity.org/
Their web site contains a Bazar that lists a large collection of Islamic books, art, home decor, greeting cards, gifts, software, audio, video, etc. at https://bazar.islamicity.org/
IslamicLoot.com promotes "awareness, trade and
interaction between Muslims living in non-Muslim countries."
They facilitate the exchange of "goods and services from
other Muslims; be it individuals to individuals, business to
individuals or business to business." See:
"Islam, the fastest growing religion in the world"
is an inclusive Web site that discusses Islam, its relationship to science, the role of women in Islam, comparison of
Islam with other religions, and other topics. Of particular interest are a series of
debates on various topics of interest to Muslims and Christians. See: http://www.beconvinced.com On 2017-MAY-29, access to this web site was found to have been suspended.
IslamicWeb has audio and video files, educational material, lists
of Islamic organizations, etc. See: http://islamicweb.com/
Islam Today describes itself as "a podium for disseminating
knowledge in an objective manner." It is written in Arabic but has a
translating facility See:
MuslimsIn provides information and guidance to: those who have
read about Islam and have recently converted, those who have read about
Islam and are interested to know more, and those who converted to Islam and
have been practicing for some time. See:
Quran Reading sets up live individual sessions via the Internet
between a skilled Qur'an instructor and a student. See:
Qur'anic Studies publishes extensive series of essays on topics
ranging from history, jihad, peace, science, psychology. etc.at
The Religion of Islam web site has an enormous number of essays on Islam, covering such topics as: why Islam is Truth, its benefits, beleifs, the afterlife, Qur'an, etc. See: http://www.islamreligion.com/