7 edition of The Islamic question in Middle East politics found in the catalog.
|Statement||Alan R. Taylor.|
|LC Classifications||BP63.A4 M538 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 150 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||150|
|ISBN 10||0813375002, 0813375886|
|LC Control Number||87027139|
Political Islam is an interesting phenomenon that impacts law, policy, and international relations with the Middle East. In order to understand what Political Islam is one must first understand, as much as possible when starting from a Western Christian worldview, what Islam is. Defining the Middle East The region we are covering spans from Morocco to Afghanistan, and is unified by many cultural and linguistic ties, as well as many shared worldviews that are reflected in the religions of the region, as list of countries we include in our definition can be found in the chart on page 6, and a detailed definition can be found in chapter 3 (“Defining the the.
The Oxford Handbook of Islam and Politics offers a geographically comprehensive, in-depth analysis of the interaction of Islam and politics in the post-9/11 era, in an increasingly globalizing world, and in an Arab world transitioning to addresses significant questions and issues such as: What is the current state of Islam and politics? Islam and Politics in the Middle East: Explaining the Views of Ordinary Citizens In this Book. Additional Information. View Citation; summary. Some of the most pressing questions in the Middle East and North Africa today revolve around the proper place of Islamic institutions and authorities in governance and political affairs. Drawing.
Islamic politics topics having to do with caring for the best interests of the ummah and running its affairs, whether in terms of internal matters or its relationships with other nations, in accordance with the objectives of sharia (maqaasid ash-sharee‘ah). Dissertation Abstracts Recent Dissertations related to the Middle East, the Arab World and Islam.. Islamic Studies Theses via EthOS (UK) Full-Text Doctoral Dissertations on Middle East and Islamic Studies Available Free. Free download of theses after registering (free). "Almost all UK universities make their theses available through the Service.".
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This book provides an overview of the origins, development, and eventual encounters of secular nationalism and the various manifestations of the Islamic reform movement. The scope of the book is restricted to the Middle East (Turkey, Iran, and the Arab states). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: 1.
Origins of the Islamic question: an overview The Islamic world view --The humanist theme --The Islamic synthesis --The political dimension --Historical and psychological legacies The secular nationalist response. This report provides an overview of the political Islam in the Middle East, with a special emphasis on the Islamic resurgence in the Levant (Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria).
Following an introduction to the ideological roots of present-day Islamist movements, the report examines the prospects for popular democracy amidst Cited by: 6. Discover the best Middle Eastern Politics in Best Sellers. and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East Kim Ghattas.
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Islamist Politics in the Middle East book. Movements and Change. Although there is broad consensus on the importance of political Islam, there is far less agreement on its character, the reasons for Islamist’s success, the role of Islamist movements in domestic and international affairs, or what these movements portend for the future.
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Alkorani Source: Choice 'Kuru undertakes an ambitious and, on balance, successful analysis of the ills of the authoritarianism, economic backwardness, and religious violence that plague 49 Muslim-majority.
Dealing with Shiism in the Middle East as a whole, Louër’s book looks at the sect’s political transformation after the Islamic Revolution and the fall of Baathist Iraq, paying particular attention to the changing role of the clergy, the rise of lay authorities, and transnational patterns of religious thought and practice that cannot be.
Confronting these questions, Teaching Islam explores the political and social priorities behind religious education in nine Middle Eastern authors reveal dramatic differences in the way that Islam is presented in textbooks across the range of countries, reflecting local histories and the policy interests of the state.
Middle East observers generally agree that the establishment of the Islamic Republic has had a profound impact on the region—politically, socially, militarily, economically, and culturally. Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies Books Our Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies books cover history, politics, literature, language and linguistics, and art and architecture.
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From The Middle East For Dummies. By Craig S. Davis. The Middle East is a fascinating region with complex cultures, religions, and relationships. If you’re interested in this area of the world, you’ll want to know the heads of state in the region, acronyms people use in the Middle East, and some basic Islamic terms, because many — although by no means most — of the.
The debate about political change and democratic transformation in the Middle East has, in recent years, received more conceptual analysis and theoretical treatment than ever before. This is due to the little systematic work done on the subject in the past and an abundance of ideas about the constraints of Western theoretical approaches to the application of democracy in the Middle East.
Sources in the History of the Modern Middle East by Akram Fouad Khater This unique primary source reader provides first-hand accounts of the events described in Middle Eastern history survey texts. The text is organized into ten chapters featuring chapter introductions and headnotes.
The primary source documents cover the late 18th century through the beginning of the 21st, exploring political. Some of the most pressing questions in the Middle East and North Africa today revolve around the proper place of Islamic institutions and authorities in governance and political affairs.
Drawing on data from 42 surveys carried out in fifteen countries between andrepresenting the opinions of more t men and women, this study Author: Mark Tessler. Islam and Politics in the Middle East: Explaining the Views of Ordinary Citizens Mark Tessler. Series: Indiana Book Description: Some of the most pressing questions in the Middle East and North Africa today revolve around the proper place of Islamic institutions and authorities in governance and political affairs.
Drawing on data from These are some of the questions asked by Nathan Spannaus in his book, Preserving Islamic Tradition: Abu Nasr Qursawi and the Beginnings of Modern Reformism (Oxford University Press, ). The book offers a novel intervention in the study of early-modern Islamic thought, whose conventional geographical contours often focus on the Middle East.
Confronting these questions, Teaching Islam explores the political and social priorities behind religious education in nine Middle Eastern countries. The authors reveal dramatic differences in the way that Islam is presented in textbooks across the range of countries, reflecting local histories and the policy interests of the state.
General. Geographically, the Middle East can be thought of as Western Asia with the addition of Egypt (which is the non-Maghreb region of Northern Africa) and with the exclusion of the Middle East was the first to experience a Neolithic Revolution (c.
the 10th millennium BC), as well as the first to enter the Bronze Age (c. – BC) and Iron Age. Islam, Judaism, and the political role of religions in the Middle East / edited by John Bunzl. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Religion and politics—Middle East.
Middle East—Politics and government—20th century. Islam and politics—Middle East. Middle East—Religion. Arab-Israeli. The most conservative definition limits the Middle East to the countries bound by Egypt to the West, the Arab Peninsula to the South, and at most Iran to the East.
A more expansive view of the Middle East, or the Greater Middle East, would stretch the region to Mauritania in West Africa and all the countries of North Africa that are members of. the general reference books on Islam should be consulted for general and specific aspects of Islamic Law.
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How events from 14 centuries ago still shape the religion’s relationship to politics, and what that means for the future of the Middle East Shadi Hamid June 6, Pre-modern Islam.
Origins of Islam as a political movement are to be found in the life and times of Islam's prophet Muhammad and his successors. In CE, in recognition of his claims to prophethood, Muhammad was invited to rule the city of the time the local Arab tribes of Aus and Khazraj dominated the city, and were in constant conflict.
Medinans saw in .