3 edition of Islamic fundamentalism, Pakistan, and the Muslim world found in the catalog.
Islamic fundamentalism, Pakistan, and the Muslim world
Includes bibliographical references (p. -379) and index.
|Statement||Surendra Chopra, Kusum Lata Chadda.|
|Contributions||Chadda, Kusum Lata.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||384 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||2009346640|
Since the s, movements aimed at giving Muslim women access to the serious study of Islamic texts have emerged across the world. In this book, Masooda Bano argues that the creative spirit that marked the rise and consolidation of Islam, whereby Islam inspired serious intellectual engagement to create optimal societal institutions, can be found within these education by: 1. The terms Muslim world and Islamic world commonly refer to the Islamic community (), consisting of all those who adhere to the religion of Islam, or to societies where Islam is practiced. In a modern geopolitical sense, these terms refer to countries where Islam is widespread, although there are no agreed criteria for inclusion. The term Muslim-majority countries is an alternative often used Population: billion (as of ).
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Get this from a library. Islamic fundamentalism, Pakistan, and the Muslim world. [Surendra Chopra; Kusum Lata Chadda]. "Islamic Ideology and Fundamentalism in Pakistan: Climate for Conversion to Christianity?", Warren Fredrick Larson, (), hardback, English.
(From a seller's review): "The and the Muslim world book vitality in the Muslim world is not restricted to any region, legal or theological division, or even socio-economic class, although it draws its grassroots support from 3/5(1). One of the first prominent exhibitions of Islamic fundamentalism articulated as a political expression in student politics of Pakistan emerged when (between and.
Nonetheless, the constitutions of and have not imposed Islamic Islamic fundamentalism in the country. Several Muslim states in the world render special support to Pakistan because the country was created in the name of Islam.
Pakistan also used Islam to acquire support of the Muslim world, including Arab countries. The Islamic Foundation MCC, Ratby Lane, Markfield, Leicestershire, Islamic fundamentalism 9SY.
Call us now: Email: info (@) The book "Islamic Fundamentalism" is an excellent addition to already published books on this subject. Mohaddessin's book originality comes from its more detailed examination of the role the Islamic regime in Tehran has played in propagating the ideology of "Islamic Fundamentalism" around the region in particular and around the globe in by: Recently Islamic fundamentalism has risen as an alternative political phenomenon not only in Pakistan but also in the entire Muslim world.
Islamic fundamentalism in Pakistan is partly a link of this international phenomenon and partly caused by specific local reasons. (shelved 1 time as islamic-fundamentalism) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
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Among the most potent of those keywords in our politics right now are "Muslim fundamentalism/ist" and "Islamo-fascism/ist." Take these examples: In Februarythe Ottawa Herald —a newspaper in eastern Kansas—published an opinion piece by one of its.
The title alone will insure that some people will read this book, but they should know what they are getting between the covers. This is essentially a political tract by a member of the People's Mujahedeen Organization of Iran.
Its goal is to underscore the differences between the dogmatic, violence-prone Islamic fundamentalism of the Tehran regime and the tolerant, democratic face of Islam. Islamic terrorism is the common term for violence, rooted on Islamic fundamentalism, and aimed at defending, or even promoting, Islamic culture, society, and values in opposition to the political, allegedly imperialistic, and cultural influences of non-Muslims, and the Western world in particular.
Librarian's tip: "Muslim 'Fundamentalism,' Salafism, Sufism, and Other Trends" begins on p. ; "Fundamentalism and Shiism" begins on p."Fundamentalism, Khomeinism, and the Islamic Republic of Iran" begins on p. ; and more essays on Islamic Fundamentalism. Jason Burke is the Guardian's and the Observer's south Asia correspondent, and the author of The 9/11 Wars and Al-Qaeda: The True Story of.
This report, one of a series of four analyzing Islamic fundamentalism in Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, examines the phenomenon of Islamic fundamentalism in Pakistan: its origins, historical basis, and relationship to the political, economic, and social institutions.
This book is an affirmation of the wisdom of the Quran and the Prophet Muhammad. It describes, however, the dire effects of fundamentalism fed by the frenzy of the ayatollahs of Iran, beginning with Khomeini.
The octopus of fundamentalism stretches its tentacles into vulnerable places from Central Asia to the Atlantic coast of Africa, from New York to Cairo.5/5(1). This book explains how differing religion-state relationships, regimes' political calculations, and Islamic politics combined to produce patterns of tensions and cooperation between the United States and Muslim states over counterterrorism, using rigorous quantitative analysis and case studies of Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and by: 1.
The term ‘Islamic fundamentalism’ has invariably been used in recent times to define the political radicalisation of fringe groups in Muslim states, groups that have haunted the. Bibliography / Relations / Islamic influences / Europe / Terrorism--religious aspects--islam / Islamic fundamentalism / Islam and world politics / Islam--relations / Civilization, western--islamic influences.
Islamic fundamentalism is a completely reactionary ideology that seeks to turn the wheel of history backward to establish theocratic dictatorships. The Taliban’s sharia law has nothing in common with Afghan culture. Most Afghan Muslims belong to the Hanafi school of thought, the most tolerant denomination of Sunni Islam.
A mufti, for instance, is a recognized Muslim jurist who is able to give an opinion (known as a fatwa) on a point of Islamic law. There is a mufti of Jerusalem, a Grand Mufti of Syria and so : Josh Burek.Get this from a library! The rise of Islamic fundamentalism.
[Phillip Margulies;] -- The Iranian Revolution brought worldwide attention to Islamic fundamentalism, a religious and political movement born in the s, when Muslim thinkers proposed militant Islam as a weapon.When The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ran a carefully balanced series on women and Islamic fundamentalism, it was besieged with letters accusing it of racism and Muslim-bashing.