2 edition of The contemporary Arab reader on political Islam found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi"|
|LC Classifications||BP173.7 .C65 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 312 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||312|
|ISBN 10||074532889X, 0888645570|
|ISBN 10||9780745328898, 9780888645579|
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The Contemporary Arab Reader on Political Islam brings together the writings of highly influential figures in the field of Islamism in the contemporary Arab world, many of whose writings have never been available before in : Paperback.
The Contemporary Arab Reader on Political Islam Book Description: Addressing the key issues such as human rights, civil society, secularism, globalisation and ummah, and the impact of the West on the modern Arab world, this is the perfect starting point for students and academics looking to understand 'Political Islam' in contemporary Arab and Muslim societies.
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The contemporary Arab reader on political Islam book It brings together the writings of highly influential figures in the field of Islamism in the contemporary Arab world, many of whose writings have never been available before in English.
In a finely analytical introduction to this volume, Ibrahim Abu-Rabi’—Chair in Islamic Studies at the University of Alberta until his death in —finds in Islamism primarily a response to the challenges of western political modernity. While 18th century. The Contemporary Arab Reader on Political Islam.
Issue section: Books. Issue: December () By. Jonathan Collier. Ibrahim M Abu-Rabi' (ed), Pluto, £ Political Islam, as Yassir Zaatira tells us in the 23rd of 35 short tracts contained in this The contemporary Arab reader on political Islam book collection, has been subject in the West to a "tedious and repetitive discourse.
The fifth part covers Islamism, the West, the USA and 9/ Part VI is on Islamism in the The contemporary Arab reader on political Islam book Arab world. This is an extremely important work which articulates clearly the thinking and viewpoints of those involved in political Islam today and is.
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Islamic theocracy is now firmly established in fundamentalist Iran, and waves of fundamentalism are sweeping the entire Islamic world, and its diaspora. This book examines the claim of those Islamists The contemporary Arab reader on political Islam book contend that, as a belief system and a way of life, Islam carries with it a theory of politics and the state which should be applied by: The Contemporary Arab Reader on Political Islam 1.
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The collection covers the Arab world, from Morocco to the borders of Iran, with the focus primarily on the twentieth century, and especially the post-Second World War era.
By choosing a wide array of authors, many of whom are from the region or from the non-Anglophone world, the full breadth of worldwide scholarship on the modern Arab world is. Modern Islamic Political Thought; Hamid Enayet, Macmillon Press Ltd., London and Basingstoke, This book is much talked about in the circles interested in the Islamic studies because of its subject.
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There has been a surge of debate throughout the world on this issue, but no consensus. A valuable perspective on contemporary Arab politics."—H-Net. "While he approaches the topic from a political-sociological perspective, the author discusses historical, cultural, political, and economic factors throughout the book, which allows the reader to appreciate the complexity of the issue.
Though he concedes that the major part of the contents of the two books is not much different, the present work is different in approach. The first book concentrated on the Arab world, while this one covers a much wider scope, for it deals with Islamic political thought beyond the confines of the Arab world, including the Indian Sub‑continent.
The term “Islamism” and its watered-down equivalent, “political Islam,” sprang into widespread use after the Iranian Revolution of and soon became permanent fixtures of contemporary political discourse.
They were coined to describe an allegedly new phenomenon: political movements headed by educated Muslim laymen who advocated the “re-Islamization” of Muslim-majority countries.
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The second chapter provides an overview of modern and contemporary re-examinations of the nature and the meaning of the concept of Shari’a. The third chapter is devoted to an informed discussion on political Islam or more precisely the normative relationship between Islam and politics, especially in relation to the question of democracy.
In the latter decades of the 20th century, several visible crises proved to be catalytic in the rise of political Islam.
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