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This anthology of key primary texts provides an unmatched introduction to Islamist political thought from the early twentieth century to the present, and serves as an invaluable guide through the storm of polemic, fear, and confusion that swirls around Islamism today. Roxanne Euben and Muhammad Qasim Zaman gather a broad selection of texts from influential Islamist thinkers and place these figures and their writings in their multifaceted political and historical contexts. The selections presented here in English translation include writings of Ayatollah Khomeini, Usama bin Laden, Muslim Brotherhood founder Hasan al-Banna, and Moroccan Islamist leader Nadia Yassine, as well as the Hamas charter, an interview with a Taliban commander, and the final testament of 9/11 hijacker Muhammad Ata.Illuminating the content and political appeal of Islamist thought, this anthology brings into sharp relief the commonalities in Islamist arguments about gender, democracy, and violence, but it also reveals significant political and theological disagreements among thinkers too often grouped together and dismissed as extremists or terrorists. No other anthology better illustrates the diversity of Islamist thought, the complexity of its intellectual and political contexts, or the variety of ways in which it relates to other intellectual and religious trends in the contemporary Muslim world.
Roxanne L. Euben is the Mildred Lane Kemper Professor of Political Science at Wellesley College. Muhammad Qasim Zaman is the Robert H. Niehaus '77 Professor of Near Eastern Studies and Religion at Princeton University.
Table of Contents
|A Note on Transliteration, Spelling, and Other Conventions||p. xvii|
|Islamism: An Emergent Worldview|
|Toward the Light||p. 56|
|The Islamic Law||p. 86|
|Muslim Decadence and Revival||p. 112|
|Signposts along the Road||p. 136|
|In the Shade of the Qur'an||p. 145|
|Remaking the Islamic State|
|Islamic Government||p. 163|
|The General Framework of the Islamic Economy||p. 186|
|The Islamic State||p. 213|
|Islam and Democracy||p. 230|
|Islamism and Gender|
|The Human Status of Woman in the Qur'an||p. 254|
|An Islamist Activist||p. 283|
|From Days of My Life, chapter 2||p. 288|
|Modernity, Muslim Women, and Politics in the Mediterranean||p. 311|
|Violence, Action, and Jihad|
|The Neglected Duty||p. 327|
|The Present Rulers and Islam: Are They Muslims or Not?||p. 350|
|Charter of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) of Palestine||p. 364|
|Islamic Unity and Political Change||p. 394|
|September 11th, Terrorism, Islam, and the Intifada||p. 403|
|The Taliban||p. 409|
|A New Layeha for the Mujahidin||p. 415|
|An Interview with a Taliban Commander||p. 418|
|Declaration of War against the Americans Occupying the Land of the Two Holy Places||p. 436|
|Final Instructions||p. 466|
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