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The contemporary Arab reader on political Islam

Auteur : Ibrahim M Abu-Rabiʻ
Éditeur : Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, ©2010.
Édition/format :   Livre : Biographie : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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'A fascinating examination of a range of Arab interpretations of Islam and Islamism, including reflections on jihad, Israel/Palestine, and responses to the West since 9/11 ... Highly recommended.'-Jane Smith, Harvard Divinity School.
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Contemporary Arab reader on political Islam.
Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, ©2010
(OCoLC)763940767
Type d’ouvrage : Biographie
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Ibrahim M Abu-Rabiʻ
ISBN : 9780745328898 074532889X 0888645570 9780888645579
Numéro OCLC : 612722052
Note sur la langue : 18 of 33 articles translated from Arabic.
Notes : Co-published by Pluto Press.
Description : xxv, 312 pages ; 24 cm
Contenu : List of Contributors Editor's Introduction Part I: Toward a Theoretical Appreciation of Islamism in the Contemporary Arab World 1) Muhammad Sa'id Ramadan al-Buti, Salafism is a Blessed Historical Phase Rather Than an Islamic Legal School; 2) Fathi Yakan, Toward a Unified and Universal Islamic Movement; 3) Ahmad Kamal Abu'l Majd, Towards a Modern Islamic Perspective Declaration of Principles; 4) Muhammad al-Ghazali, Women Between the People of Hadith and the People of Fiqh; Part II: Islamism, Jihad, and Martyrdom 5) Abdullah Anas, The Birth of 'Afghan-Arabs': An Algerian Perspective; 6) Abdullah Azzam, What Jihad Has Taught Me! 7) Muhammad Sa'id Ramadan al-Buti, Jihad in Islam: How to Understand and Practice it? 8) Sayyid Muhammad Hussain Fadlallah, Islam and the Question of Power; Part III. Islamism and the Question of Israel/Palestine 9) Ismail R. Faruqi, Islam and Zionism; 10) Mustafa Abu Sway, From Basel to Oslo: Zionism and the Islamic Narrative; 11) Mohsen Saleh, Palestine/Lebanon], The Role of the Israeli Lobby; Part IV: Contemporary Islamism: Trends and Self-Criticism 12) Abdul Qadir Awdah, Islam Between Ignorant Followers and Incapable Scholars; 13) Ramadan Abdallah Shallah, The Islamic Movement and the Contemporary Challenges; 14) Umar Abdel Rahman, On the Present Rulers in the Muslim World; 15) Sami al-Arian, The Islamic Movement and Contemporary Crises: An Assessment and Correction; 16) Rashid Ghannoushi, Islamic Movements: Self-Criticism and Reconsideration; 17) Yusuf al-Qaradawi, Islamic Awakening Between Rejection and Extremism; 18) Jamil Hamami, The Islamic Movement: Hopes and Aspirations; Part V: Islamism, the West, the United States and 9/11 19) Abdel Wahab al-Masiri, Imperialism and the Contemporary Muslim world; 20) Ahmad Bin Yousuf, Islamists and the West: From Confrontation to Cooperation; 21) Munir Shafiq, Islam and the Challenges of Contemporary Decline; 22) Kamal Habib, Transformation of the Islamic Movement and the Current American Strategy; 23) Yasser Za'atira, The United States and Islamism: Before and After 9/11; 24) Muhammad Hussain Fadlallah, Muslim Youth and the West: Between Original and Contemporary Values; Part VI: Islamism in the Contemporary Arab World 25) Fahd al-Qahtani, Islam and Saudi Paganism; 26) Muhammad al-Masa'ari, Conclusive Evidences for the Illegality of the Saudi State; 27) Abdel Qadim Zalloum, How to Revive Islamic Caliphate? 28) Zaki Ahmad, Recent Changes in the Arab-Islamist Movements; 29) Ahmad al-Raysouni, The Islamic Movement in Morocco: Resurgence or Decline? 30) Shaykh Ali al-Bayanuni, The Syrian Muslim Brotherhood; 31) Ishaq al-Farhan, The Future of Islamist Work: The Islamist Movement in the Context of International Transformations and the Gulf Crisis; 32) Yahia H. Zoubir, Islamist Political Parties in Contemporary Algeria; 33) Sami Abdallah, The Islamic Movement in the Gulf Region 34) Tarik Hamdi Al-Azami, The Islamic Movement in Modern Iraq, Sunni Dimension. 35) Malik Bennabi, The Ideational World and Its Impressed and Expressed Ideas;
Responsabilité : edited and with an introduction by Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi'.

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schema:description"'Professor Abu-Rabi' has opened up a panorama of modern political thought that we scarce knew existed. The result is an absolutely indispensible compendium on contemporary Islamist movements that no student of current affairs can ignore.'-Hamid Dabashi, author of Islamic Liberation Theology: Resisting the Empire (2008)."@en
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schema:description"Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi' is the holder of the Edmonton Council of Muslim Communities Chair of Islamic Studies at the University of Alberta. His many books include The Blackwell Companion to Contemporary Islamic Thought (2006), and Contemporary Arab Thought (Pluto Press, 2005). --Book Jacket."@en
schema:description"'Finally, in one volume, we can engage with the thinking of a diverse movement ... Most of the essays have been translated into English for the first time and the masterful introductory essay by Professor Abu-Rabi' is worth the price of the volume on its own.'-David J. Goa, Director; Chester Ronning Centre for the Study of Religion 81 Public Life, University of Alberta."@en
schema:description"'These essays are the most enlightening documents that I have ever read. Their ideological and geographic range is unmatched in its analytical depth. This volume allows major figures of the Islamic movement to take the reader beyond the West's fixation on Qutb and his violent rendition of Islamic thought.'-Ghada Hashem Talhami, D.K. Pearsons Professor of Politics, Lake Forest College."@en
schema:description"'The interpretations are varied and clearly refute the simplistic and often incorrect generalisations about Islam and Islamism that are too often expressed in the Western world. Anyone interested in modern trends in Islam, the Middle East and/or comparative religious movements should read this book.'-Norton Mezvinsky, Emeritus Professor of History and President, International Council for Middle East Studies."@en
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