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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Contemporary Arab reader on political Islam.
London : Pluto Press ; Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, c2010
|Material Type:||Biography, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ibrahim M Abu-Rabiʻ
|Description:||1 online resource (xxv, 312 p.)|
|Contents:||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;|
|Responsibility:||edited and with an introduction by Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi'.|
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. Abu-Rabi's comprehensive