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Islam and Power (RLE Politics of Islam),9780415830751
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Islam and Power (RLE Politics of Islam)

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780415830751

ISBN10:
0415830753
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
5/31/2013
Publisher(s):
Routledge

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Summary

The 1970s witnessed a mushrooming of Islamic movements and ideas which was described variously as Islamic revival, Islamic resurgence and Islam on the march. Whether as part of the majority or minority, whether under capitalist or socialist regimes, Muslims have been moved by this reawakening. But what really are the causes and nature of this Islamic resurgence? Is it a purely religious revival? Or is it a social and political movement that must be understood in the context of the Muslim's conditions and milieu? Will it really lead to the establishment of an Islamic socio-political order or will it end up as an instrument of struggle between Muslim ruling elites and their opposition? And what are the foreign policy implications of these developments? Do they necessarily lead to a more militant and hostile attitude towards the West? These questions and more are tackled by the contributors to Islam and Power. First published in 1981.


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