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The Islam/West debate : documents from a global debate on terrorism, U.S. policy, and the Middle East

Author: David Blankenhorn; et al
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, ©2005.
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In 2002, sixty prominent American intellectuals released an open letter defending the use of military force against al-Qa'ida. The letter sparked an impassioned international debate. This volume  Read more...

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Islam/West debate.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, c2005
(OCoLC)654854066
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Blankenhorn; et al
ISBN: 0742550060 9780742550063 0742550079 9780742550070
OCLC Number: 61261207
Description: 299 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introducing the debate / Alex Roberts. --
What we're fighting for: a follow-up / Saleh Bashir, Hassan I. Mneimneh, and Hazem Saghie. --
Key intellectualism / Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh. --
The letter is American, the schizophrenia Islamic / Saad Mehio. --
Options are limited / Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA) --
How we can coexist / 153 Saudi Intellectuals. --
Please prostrate yourselves privately / ʻAbu Bara, Center for Islamic Research and Studies. --
Letter to the American people / "Osama bin Ladin" --
Reading an enemy: analyzing al-Qaʻda's "Letter to America" / David Blankenhorn. --
What we're defending: a letter from Makkah in response to the open letter from sixty American intellectuals / Safar al-Hawali. --
Can we coexist? a response from Americans to colleagues in Saudi Arabia / 67 U.S. Intellectuals. --
Saudis ban paper with U.S. scholars' letter / Alan Cooperman. --
American values abroad / Claudia Winkler. --
The first point of disagreement / Dawud al-Sharyan. --
Learning through letters / Rasha Saad. --
The new intra-Arab cultural space in form and content: the debates over an American "Letter" / Hassan I. Mneimneh. --
The need for a paradigm shift in American thinking: Middle Eastern responses to "What we're fighting for": "Together with the democratic Iraq initiative and the Sharon initiative" / Chibli Mallat and colleagues. --
Pre-emption, Iraq, and just war: a statement of principles / 9 U.S. intellectuals. --
A world of justice and peace would be different / 103 German Intellectuals. --
Letter from U.S. citizens to friends in Europe / 140 U.S. Intellectuals. --
Is the use of force ever morally justified? / 67 U.S. Intellectuals. --
The U.S.-German conversation / Claudia Winkler. --
In the twenty-first century, there is not longer any justification for war / 70 German Intellectuals. --
Just war and internationalism: oppositional or complementary? / Alex Roberts. --
The Arab world and the United States: a just war? / Abdulrahman al-Salimi.
Responsibility: edited by David Blankenhorn ... [et al.].
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