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Global Political Islam

Author : Peter Mandaville
ISBN : 9781134341368
Genre : History
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An accessible and comprehensive account of the global dimensions of political Islam in the twenty-first century, explaining political Islam, nationalism and globalization and providing a detailed account of Al Qaeda.
Category: History

Political Islam And Global Media

Author : Noha Mellor
ISBN : 9781317267096
Genre : Political Science
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The development of new and social networking sites, as well as the growth of transnational Arab television, has triggered a debate about the rise in transnational political and religious identification, as individuals and groups negotiate this new triad of media, religion and culture. This book examines the implications of new media on the rise of political Islam and on Islamic religious identity in the Arab Middle East and North Africa, as well as among Muslim Arab Diasporas. Undoubtedly, the process of globalization, especially in the field of media and ICTs, challenges the cultural and religious systems, particularly in terms of identity formation. Across the world, Arab Muslims have embraced new media not only as a source of information but also as a source of guidance and fatwas, thereby transforming Muslim practices and rituals. This volume brings together chapters from a range of specialists working in the field, presenting a variety of case studies on new media, identity formation and political Islam in Muslim communities both within and beyond the MENA region. Offering new insight into the influence of media exposure on national, political, and cultural boundaries of the Islamic identity, this book is a valuable resource for students and scholars of Middle Eastern politics, specifically political Islam and political communication.
Category: Political Science

Political Islam In The Global World

Author : Aini Linjakumpu
ISBN : 0863724299
Genre : Social Science
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The monolithic view of Islam is deconstructed and in its place the author paints a picture of an multifaceted process.
Category: Social Science

Author : Timothy Poirson
ISBN : 9786035038850
Genre : Religion
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شهد العالم أحداث الربيع العربي عام 2011، حيث كان قد تجدّد أمل المجتمع المدني العربي بتلك الوقائع، ومع انحدار ليبيا وسوريا إلى حرب أهلية وفوضى يبقى نجاح المجتمع المدني في إيجاد مساحة لنفسه موضع تساؤل؛ إذ إن سقوط أنظمة استبدادية راسخة ظاهريًّا لم يُفد المجتمع المدني كثيرًا، إلا أن حركات إسلامية سياسية استفادت من الفراغ لإنشاء قواعد لها وإطلاق عملياتها من أجل تطبيق إيديولوجيتها. وبعد سنوات عدة على أول الاحتجاجات تعود جماعات إسلامية بقوة في بعض دول الشرق الأوسط، وشمالي إفريقيا، (في سوريا، والعراق، وبلدات في ليبيا، وبعض مناطق لبنان)، حيث تعلن جماعات مثل الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام، أو أنصار الشريعة أو غيرها من الجماعات تنصيب خلفاء في المناطق التي تستولي عليها، في محاولة لتحقيق الهدف الإسلامي السياسي المتمثّل بإنشاء (خلافة إسلامية عالمية) تضم العالم الإسلامي برمَّته. يطرح هذا الكتاب وجهة نظر مؤلِّفه بشكل خاص، والعالم الغربي بشكل عام، عن الإسلام السياسي، إضافة إلى تقويم للدولة الإسلامية وتحدّيها المفاهيم والواقعية والمنطقية، وركز بين صفحاته على العلاقة بين الإسلام والديموقراطية. العبيكان 2016
Category: Religion

Political Islam

Author : Khaled Hroub
ISBN : 9780863568831
Genre : Political Science
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This volume offers a comprehensive discussion of the contemporary debates within political Islam, providing an in-depth analysis of the specific movements, countries and regions in the Arab world and Israel. The contributors contend that the evolution of Islamic movements is contextual rather than ideological. Therefore, Islamic movements are best understood individually within their own historical, socio-political and cultural setting. Political Islam is an essential reference for academi, researchers and the media, as well as general readers with an interest in Islamic political debates. Contributors include Abdullah Baabood, Youcef Bouandel, Abdelwahab El-Affendi, Kamal Helbawy, Roel Meijer, Ibrahim Moussawi, Tariq Ramadan, Tilde Rosmer, Murad Batal al-Shishani, Sara Silvestri and Camille Tawil. '[Hroub's] work on Hamas is exceptional ... a lucid, informative and extremely valuable introduction to this complex organisation.' Sara Roy, Harvard University
Category: Political Science

Political Islam Observed

Author : Frédéric Volpi
ISBN : 9781849040617
Genre : Islam and politics
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This title offers framework for understanding the interaction between the academic disciplines 'observing' contemporary political Islam and the individuals and communities being 'observed' practising it.
Category: Islam and politics

Islam In Global Politics

Author : Bassam Tibi
ISBN : 9781136623929
Genre : Political Science
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Reaching beyond traditionally politicised scholarship to provide a unique perspective on the place of religion and culture in global and local politics, this book examines the impact of Islam on 'civilizational' relations between different groups and polities. Bassam Tibi takes a highly original approach to the topic of religion in world politics, exploring the place of Islam in society and its frequent distortion in world politics to the more radical Islamism. Looking at how this becomes an immediate source of tension and conflict between the secular and the religious, Tibi rejects the 'clash of civilizations' theory and argues for the revival of Islamic humanism to help bridge the gap. Chapters expand on: inter-civilizational conflict in global politics dialogue between religious and secular, East and West western concepts of Islamism euro-Islam and the Islamic diaspora in Europe Islamic humanism as a tool for bridging civilizations. Shedding new light on the highly topical subject of Islam in politics and society, this book is an essential read for scholars and students of international politics, Islamic studies and conflict resolution.
Category: Political Science

Political Islam

Author : Frederic Volpi
ISBN : 9781134722075
Genre : POLITICAL SCIENCE
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As the topic of political Islam gains increased visibility in international politics and current affairs, it has become more difficult to navigate the vast literature that is devoted to explaining this phenomenon. This reader provides the student with an accessible and comprehensive introduction to the study of political Islam. Offering a clear route to the most influential literature in the field, the diverse range of viewpoints presented allows students to obtain a detailed, authoritative and critical perspective on the most pressing questions of the post-9/11 era. With detailed introductory chapters and clear presentation of existing literature, thematically-arranged sections cover: modern understandings and explanations of Islamism the emergence and development of Islamist groups political responses to the phenomenon democracy and democratization multiculturalism political violence and terrorism globalization the future of political Islam. This overview of political Islam will help students at all levels to appreciate its many manifestations and dimensions. A relevant text to introductory courses on history, international affairs, government and sociology, this reader is an essential tool for students of the Middle East, Muslim politics, religion in politics and Islamism.
Category: POLITICAL SCIENCE

Political Islam And Human Security

Author : Fethi Mansouri
ISBN : 9781443806510
Genre : Political Science
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In the wake of the September 11 and subsequent terrorist attacks, the academic and media commentaries on Islam the religion and Islam the basis for political ideology haves received an unprecedented high level of exposure and attention. The acts of political violence by extremist groups and the omnipresent war on terror have added fresh uncertainties to an already complex global order. Just as terrorism and counter-terrorism are locked in a mutually re-enforcing symbiosis, the sense of insecurity felt by Muslims and non-Muslims alike is mutually dependent and has the potential to escalate. This general assessment holds true for Muslims living in the Muslim world and beyond. The pervasive sense of being under attack physically and culturally by the United States and its allies has contributed to a growing unease among Muslims and re-enforced deep-seated mistrust of the ‘West’. Public articulation of such misgivings has in turn, lent credence to Western observers who posit an inherent antipathy between the West and the Muslim world. The subsequent policies that have emerged in this context of fear and mutual distrust have contributed to the vicious cycle of insecurity. The present volume is anchored in the current debates on the uneasy and potentially mutually destructive relationship between the Muslim world and certain West countries. It brings together leading international scholars in this interdisciplinary field to deal with such inter-related questions as the nature of Islamism, the impact of the ‘war on terror’ on the spread of militancy, the growing sense of being under siege by Muslim Diasporas and the many unintended ramifications of a security-minded world order. This volume deliberately focuses on these issues both at a broad theoretical level but more importantly in the form of a number of prominent case studies including Indonesia, Algeria and Turkey
Category: Political Science

Wahhabism In Bosnia And Herzegovina In The Context Of Global Political Islam

Author : Alma Imamovic
ISBN : 1109825498
Genre : Islam and politics
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Wahhabi Islam in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a relatively new phenomenon. Before the 1992-1995, this interpretation of Islam was unknown to most of the Bosnian Muslims, as they follow another school of Islamic thought. However, with the disintegration of the Former Yugoslavia, and outbreak of hostilities, Bosnian Muslims were subjected to ethnic cleansing and genocide, and witnessed destruction of their cultural and religious heritage. Felt deserted by the West, the Bosnian government turned to others for help. Those included Islamic charities, which, outraged at what had been happening to their fellow Muslims, were sending assistance in form of humanitarian aid, equipment, weapons and volunteers, also known as Mujahedin. With them came the Wahhabi Islam, as majority of those charities were from Saudi Arabia, where Wahhabism is the official state creed. The Bosnians were at first grateful, but as time passed, they grew more and more uncomfortable with the presence of foreign fighters and Wahhabi missionaries, as some of them had been very aggressive in the way they imposed their religious views. Some even committed war crimes during the war against members of other ethnic groups. However, a small number of Bosnians accepted the new form of Islam, and were determined to spread it as far as they could. The initial aggressiveness of the Wahhabi movement and incidents they staged subsided after September 11th terrorist attacks, as a result of efforts of Bosnian authorities to do their share in the global "war on terror". Still Wahhabis managed to survive the difficult times, and continue to spread their message. However, the message has not gone far, as majority of Bosnian Muslims chose not to follow their ideas. Therefore, Wahhabi mission in Bosnia failed, and Bosnia never became Islamic state ruled by Islamic law. Although still active, the movement remains on the margins of social and political life in Bosnia. The purpose of this Thesis is to analyze Wahhabism in Bosnia in a wider context of events that paved the way for the emergence of political Islam, Wahhabism as a religious preaching and later ideology, and in the historical background of Bosnian Muslims' aspirations for self-determination and political organization.
Category: Islam and politics