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 Islamist - dKosopedia
Islamist is a term often used to refer to Muslims who are fundamentalist in their theology and willing to consider political organizing and/or violent action to bring about a world consistent with that theology.
Islamists often differ drastically on their attitude to democracy, political party organizing, and the state itself.
What aspects of Islam they are in favour of turning into law or practice, however, vary extremely widely.
www.dkosopedia.com /index.php?title=Islamist&printable=yes   (533 words)

  
 Laith Kubba, "Islam and Liberal Democracy: Recognizing Pluralism
Since these schools are apolitical by tradition, the interpretation of the political aspects of Islam has recently been claimed by combinations of activist clerics and political groups.
Islamic teachings have shaped the history and political culture of hundreds of millions of people over fourteen centuries, and have embraced a vast range of nations, cultures, sects, and schools of thought.
This political passivity has its roots in religious teachings, and has gone far to perpetuate the tradition of authoritarian government in the Islamic world.
www.mtholyoke.edu /acad/intrel/kubba.htm   (533 words)

  
 The New Encyclopedia of Islam
All aspects of religious belief, ritual, practices, prayer, significant political movements, spiritual and political leaders, art, architecture, sects, law, social institutions, history, ethnography, nations and states, languages, science, major cities and centers of learning are covered.
A comprehensive reference work covering the different aspects of Islamic civilization, with maps showing the faith's spread over the centuries, and charts of the different branches of Islam.
Book Description : The New Encyclopedia of Islam is the only single-volume work in print which so comprehensively encompasses the beliefs, practices, history and culture of the Islamic world, in over 1300 entries.
isbn.nu /0759101892   (533 words)

  
 Bangladesh: The Next Taliban State?   by Taj Hashmi
An appraisal of political Islam in Bangladesh requires an understanding of the socio-economic and cultural aspects of the polity.
What is worrisome is the way the writer has demonised both Islam and Bangladesh, totally ignoring the positive aspects of the third largest Muslim country, which is a functional democracy, no longer considered a “basket case”— the way Henry Kissinger portrayed the country in 1972.
She has no idea about the similarities and differences between various Islamic groups and their leaders, the “great” and “little” traditions of Islam in the region and the difference between the mass/popular perceptions and the reality.
www.mukto-mona.com /Articles/taj_hashmi/bangladesh_next_taliban.htm   (1786 words)

  
 Azerbaijan-Islam and Middle East
Modern Azerbaijan and the Karabakh Conflict: Resources concerning the historical, political and legal aspects of the Karabakh conflict.
Governments of Azerbaijan: Links to websites of governmental institutions and political parties in Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijan- The Land of Arts: This overview of cultural traditions of Azerbaijan people presents information arranged by regions and such topics as history, architecture, carpets, and music.
www.ou.edu /mideast/country/azerbaij.htm   (394 words)

  
 Book Reviews - Middle East Quarterly
Sherman, Martin, The Politics of Water in the Middle East: An Israeli Perspective on the Hydro-Political Aspects of the Conflict
Kepel, Gilles, Jihad: The Trail of Political Islam
Shadid, Anthony, Legacy of the Prophet: Despots, Democrats, and the New Politics of Islam
www.meforum.org /meq/reviews.php   (6837 words)

  
 Middle East Quarterly: The United States government: Islam's patron?@ HighBeam Research
The authors assert that US diplomats traditionally avoid mentioning religious aspects of political situtations in favor of focusing on policies, that they don't discuss the Jewish, Catholic or Hindu aspects of various situations, but have increasingly begun to develop a policy towards Islam; the...
This article examines the US policy toward the Middle East and Islam, focusing on the different approaches used in response to the Iranian hostage situtation in 1979-1981 and the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon in 2001, suggesting that American officials have changed their discourse.
Middle East Quarterly: The United States government: Islam's patron?@ HighBeam Research
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:82128352&refid=holomed_1   (196 words)

  
 Political philosophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Two key aspects are the political economy by which property rights are defined and access to capital is regulated, and the rules of truth and evidence that determine judgements in the law.
The rise of Islam based on both the Qur'an and the political philosophy of Muhammad drastically altered the power balances and perceptions of origin of power in the Mediterranean region.
Political and economic relations were drastically changed by these views as the guild was subordinated to free trade, and Roman Catholic dominance of theology was increasingly challenged by Protestant churches subordinate to each nation-state and which preached in the "vulgar" or native language of each region.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Political_philosophy   (196 words)

  
 References on Islam
Islam is a totalitarian ideology that aims to control the religious, social, and political life of mankind in all its aspects.” This is the first statement of Ibn Warraq’s forward to “The Myth of Islamic Tolerance” edited by Robert Spencer.
Remember, Hindus and Buddhists do not practice a “religions of the book”; strict Islam requires their conversion or death.
The contemporary literature on Islam is rife with ideological and religious bias.
www.liberty-and-culture.com /pages/4   (760 words)

  
 History of popular Islam in northwestern Tunisia 1800-1970
This paper explores the interplay between local popular Islam and the repeated introduction of formal Islam in Khumiriya, against the background of its social and political structure and the radical changes the latter underwent in the colonial and post-colonial era.
But on the other hand, the formal variant of Islam, and its local exponents, cAn be heard to be explicitly rejected by Khumiri peasants when discussing, with scorn and resentment, the alleged machinations of local authorities and elite both within and outside the sphere of the religion.
This implicit assumption of continuity could be interpreted as an unconscious attempt, on the part of the Khumiris, to escape the cognitive dissonance between on the one hand formal Islam as a local ideal reinforced from outside and on the other popular Islam as a fondly cherished local practice.
www.shikanda.net /african_religion/popul.htm   (760 words)

  
 FREE In-depth report - The Coming Of Islam - Sudan
Islamic law (sharia--see Glossary), which was derived primarily from the Quran, encompassed all aspects of the lives of believers, who were called Muslims ("those who submit" to God's will).
Islam also fostered political unity, economic growth, and educational development among its adherents; however, these benefits were restricted largely to urban and commercial centers.
The coming of Islam eventually changed the nature of Sudanese society and facilitated the division of the country into north and south.
www.exploitz.com /Sudan-The-Coming-Of-Islam-cg.php   (391 words)

  
 History of the Muslims, empires of Islam
These empires were primarily based on Sunni Islam, and that meant that there was no religious authority to counterbalance the political power exercised by the caliphs.
According to Sunni beliefs, each individual must work out their own submission to Allah; there is no priest or other religious authority to intercede upon a person's behalf or to lead the religious aspects of the community.
This was not some aberration of Islam, but rather business as usual for all but the moderate factions.
biblia.com /islam/history.htm   (2490 words)

  
 Muammar al-Qaddafi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Qaddafi based his new regime on a blend of Arab nationalism, aspects of the welfare state and what Qaddafi termed "direct, popular democracy." He called this system "Islamic socialism" and while he permitted private control over small companies, the government controlled the larger ones.
Qaddafi emerged as leader of the RCC and eventually as de facto chief of state, a political role he still plays, although he holds no official position.
Qaddafi was the youngest child from a nomadic Bedouin peasant family in the desert region of Sirte.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Moammar_Al_Qadhafi   (2490 words)

  
 Travel in Moroni Comoros History
These people set up rival sultanates and while no political stability or unity was achieved, Islam gave the people homogeneity and it has subsequently dominated all aspects of the islands' social life.
Under the terms of the document, independence was to be granted after a delay of five years and then only after a referendum on an island-by-island basis.
On 23 April 1999, the Anjouan representatives refused to sign an agreement by the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) which proposed broad autonomy for the three islands under a central administration.
www.africatravelling.net /comoros/moroni/moroni_history.htm   (2490 words)

  
 Islamic History in Arabia and Middle East
As the chief source of Islamic doctrine and practice, the Quran is the main foundation of the shari'ah, the sacred law of Islam, which covers all aspects of the public and private, social and economic, religious and political lives of all Muslims.
The fifth pillar of Islam is the pilgrimage to Mecca- the hajj.
Called the Five Pillars of Islam, they are: the profession of faith (shahadah), devotional worship or prayer (salah), the religious tax (zakah), fasting (sawm), and the pilgrimage to Mecca (hajj).
www.islamicity.com /mosque/ihame/Ref2.htm   (1953 words)

  
 Islam
Islam encompasses personal faith and piety, the creed and worship of the community of believers, a way of life, a code of ethics, a culture, a system of laws, an understanding of the function of the state--in short, guidelines and rules for life in all its aspects and dimensions.
The interrelation between theological positions and political events is particularly clear in the first issues that arose in the history of Islam.
Islam is definitely an inclusivistic religion in the sense that it recognizes God's sending of messengers to all peoples and his granting of "Scripture and Prophethood" to Abraham and his descendants, the latter resulting in the awareness of a very special link between Muslims, Jews, and Christians as all Abraham's children.
utminers.utep.edu /ajkline/islam2.htm   (1953 words)

  
 The War against Islam
The proponents of "progressive Islam" are not regarded as Muslims, because they are actively engaged in corrupting the basic tenents of Islam.
I do not believe they are fighting the religion and it's spiritual aspects per se, rather they are fighting to stop the political system.
I believe that since they are fighting to stop the implementation of the Shariah, that they are fighting Islam with it since Islam requires nations with Muslim majorities to live by Islamic laws.
www.ummah.com /waragainstislam   (13440 words)

  
 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Since the social and cultural aspects of international order are not same as were prior to globalization, the very definition of culture has also changed.
Moreover, the social and cultural aspects related to various health issues are other important areas of concern that marks a difference between the past and present international order.
At the same time human rights, health issues and social work were not recognized but presently tremendous work has done for the protection and safe guard of these social aspects of international relations.
www.termpapergenie.com /social_cultural_relations.html   (1450 words)

  
 Rizwi's Bibliography for Medieval Islam
The unusual nature of Islams existence in the region results in a constant acommodation of theoretical Islam which is projected as reprehensible innovation/bid`a or necessary progressiveness depending on the religious and political disposition of those concerned.
Obligatory aspects of the khutba are [according to the Encyclopaedia of Islam]: the hamdala, salat on the Prophet, admonitions to piety, and recitation of a part of the Quran preferably in the first part of the Khutba if not in both.
The khutba or sermon in Islam is precisely defined, however, in terms of place and content: it is delivered only on very specific occasions, namely, the Friday jum`a prayer, the two festivals of Ramadan and Hajj, and on other rare occasions such as when an eclipse occurs or during a harsh drought.
us.geocities.com /rfaizer/reviews/book10.html   (1450 words)

  
 The War against Islam
The proponents of "progressive Islam" are not regarded as Muslims, because they are actively engaged in corrupting the basic tenents of Islam.
I do not believe they are fighting the religion and it's spiritual aspects per se, rather they are fighting to stop the political system.
I believe that since they are fighting to stop the implementation of the Shariah, that they are fighting Islam with it since Islam requires nations with Muslim majorities to live by Islamic laws.
www.ummah.com /waragainstislam   (13697 words)

  
 islam: The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and Unholy Terror
Keywords: The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and Unholy Terror, Books, Bernard Lewis, Jihad, Terrorism, Religious aspects, Islam, War, Middle East - History, Religion - World Religions, Religion, Islam - History, Middle East - General, Political Freedom & Security - Terrorism, History
islam: The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and Unholy Terror
The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and Unholy Terror
bookstore.religionbooks.us /n_0679642811.htm   (13697 words)

  
 Samuel P. Huntington
Edward Said expertly destroys these notions of Huntington's that "The West" and "Islam" are somehow fixed and opposed entities; indeed, he shows that Islam, Christianity and Judiasm all derive from the same source, and that aspects of Islam have been interwoven into the fabric of so-called "Western" life since its inception.
Harvard University ideologist Samuel Huntington's deeply flawed theory of a "Clash of Civilizations" between "The West" and "Islam" is now being touted by politicians and the press as the new international political paradigm
Critics Assail Scholar's Article Arguing That Hispanic Immigration Threatens U.S. High levels of Hispanic immigration threaten to disrupt the political and cultural integrity of the United States, according to a controversial new article by the political scientist Samuel P. Huntington, who is the chairman of Harvard University's Academy for International and Area Studies.
www.mediatransparency.org /personprofile.php?personID=114   (489 words)

  
 Europe and the Middle Ages, Fourth Edition: Current Amazon U.S.A. One-Edition Data
This comprehensive, well-balanced historical survey of medieval Europe--from Roman imperial provinces to the Renaissance--covers all aspects of the history (political, literary, religious, intellectual, etc.) with a focus on social and political themes.
This comprehensive, well-balanced historical survey of medieval Europe--from Roman imperial provinces to the Renaissance--covers all aspects of the history (political, literary, religious, intellectual, etc.) with a focus on social and political themes.
It presents a complete picture of the complex process by which an ecumenical civilization that once ringed the basin of the Mediterranean Sea, evolved into three other distinctive civilizations--Latin Europe, Greek Eastern Europe and Asia Minor, and Islam.
www.mobilewebsystems.us /stuff-0130967726.html   (1638 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Therefore, the political Aqeedah of Islam is complete and comprehensive, it addresses all affairs and aspects of life and treats all situations accurately.
The Islamic Aqeedah is a political idea, so it is a political thought; indeed it is the foundation of the political thought for Muslims.
The rules which emanate from the political Islamic Aqeedah oblige the Muslims to implement Islam completely, and to establish upon its basis an independent and distinguished Islamic entity and to build a unique society which is the Islamic society.
www.hizb-ut-tahrir.org /english/books/afkarsiyasia/chapter_02.html   (1638 words)

  
 Institute for State-Church Relations
Islam v súvislostiach (Islam in Context) – set of articles by seven experts in the field looking at Islam from different aspects; the publication intends to contribute to the explanation of the political consequences of Islam, of bomb-attacks and terrorism (September).
Silvia Jozefčiaková, M.A. graduated at the Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations, University of Matej Bel, Banská Bystrica
Situation, development and tendencies in the relations between the State and churches in the Slovak Republic with a comparative aspect at the transforming countries of the Middle and Eastern Europe, the countries of the European Union– analysis of the present relation.
www.duch.sk /index_e.htm   (1757 words)

  
 Culture : Morocco : Selected Internet Resources (Portals to the World, Library of Congress)
The Open Directory Projects portal page on Islam offers hundreds of citations on various aspects of Islam as practiced around the globe, as well as sites which contain the complete Arabic and English texts of the Koran.
It is a major portal site that links a number of other websites on all the Arab countries. It contains up-to-date information on the political, business, social, cultural and religious aspects of a particular country. Just click on the name of the country for information in English and Arabic&;
The official site of the United Nations provides articles, reports, etc. in several languages on all aspects of the initiatives and mission of that organization as well as on the contemporary life, culture, society, international relations, etc. of all the countries and peoples of the world.
www.loc.gov /rr/international/amed/morocco/resources/morocco-culture.html   (472 words)

  
 The Destruction of the Khilafah
Now a days, Khilafah and the political system of Islam is under consistent and continuos attack.
This anniversary should push us to think more seriously about our responsibility which Allah (swt) has bestowed upon the Muslims, which to implement Islam in ALL aspects of our lives and carry it to the entire humanity.
Khilafah is the mechanism to implement Islam with all of its values, outlook, culture and legislation.
www.bol.ucla.edu /~ezubi/khilafah.htm   (472 words)

  
 Charles Butterworth - Publications
The Political Aspects of Islamic Philosophy, Essays in Honor of Muhsin S. Mahdi, with others, (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1992).
"The Greek Tradition in Ethics and its Encounter with Moral Wisdom in Islam," in Moral and Political Philosophies in the Middle Ages, Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy, Ottawa,17-22 August, 1992, ed.
"Ethics and Classical Islamic Philosophy: A Study of Averroes' Commentary on Plato's Republic," in Ethics in Islam, Ninth Giorgio Levi Della Vida Bienniel Conference, ed.
www.bsos.umd.edu /gvpt/faculty/charles_butterworth_pubs.htm   (472 words)

  
 Baylor University The Pulse The Rise of An Ayatollah
It was Khomeini& political savvy and acute understanding of the Iranian citizens and their plight that allowed him to recognize the revolutionary potential of the citizens’ nationalistic protests against the Shah.&; However, his authentic religious piety and austere lifestyle won him popular standing among people outraged by corrupt politicians.
Iranians identified both with Khomeini& strong sense of nationalism and his piety, and these two aspects were indispensable in effecting the revolution.
For the fabric of Iranian life was, and is, woven on the loom of Islam.
www.baylor.edu /Pulse/index.php?id=23786   (3596 words)

  
 Islamic Studies
Centre for Islamic Studies - Housed at the University of Wales, Lampeter, the CIS offers undergraduate and postgraduate opportunities to study many aspects of Islam and Muslims in-depth - in both historical and contemporary contexts.
Middle East Studies Association of North America - Private, non-profit, non-political organization of scholars and other persons interested in the study of the Middle East, North Africa and the Islamic world.
International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (ISIM) te Leiden - The International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (ISIM) promotes and conducts interdisciplinary research on contemporary social and intellectual trends and movements in Muslim societies and communities.
dmoz.luman.biz /Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Islam/Education/Islamic_Studies   (3596 words)

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