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xx, 249 pages : maps (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • State Shariʹa and its limits / R. Michael Feener
  • Hikmah and narratives of change : how different temporalities shape the present and the future in post-tsunami Aceh / Annemarie Samuels
  • Sinning and ethical improvement in contemporary Aceh / David Kloos
  • Women's rights activists and the drafting process of the Islamic criminal law code (Qanun Jinayat) / Kristina Grossmann
  • Local women's NGOs and the reform of Islamic law in Aceh : the case of MISPI [Mitra Sejati Perempuan Indonesia] / Dina Afrianty
  • Teungku Inong Dayah : female religious leaders in contemporary Aceh / Eka Srimulyani
  • Muslim punks and state Shariʹa / Reza Idria
  • Shariʹa police in Banda Aceh : enforcement of Islam-based regulations and people's perceptions / Benjamin Otto and Jan Michiel Otto
  • "That is Jakarta's project" : views from the Acehnese diaspora on Shariʹa, self-determination and political conspiracy / Antje Missbach.
This book examines the complex relationships between the state state implementation of Shari a and diverse lived realities of everyday Islam in contemporary Aceh, Indonesia.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004304857 20160619
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  • General principles related to how to think and believe as a Muslim
  • General principles related to belief in God, the afterlife, destiny and the metaphysical world
  • General principles related to belief in and Interpretation of the Qurʼan
  • General principles related to knowing the Prophet and to his sunnah and hadith
  • General principles related to worship, morality and Islamic jurisprudence
  • General principles related to knowledge of God, Islamic spiritual life and "Sufism"
  • General principles related to social matters and Islamic action
  • General principles in the Risale-i nur for a true understanding of Islam
  • General principles related to eloquence or correct and effective use of language
  • The works of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi as references.
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37 pages ; 18 cm
In January 2015, Muslim terrorists massacred cartoonists and writers at the Paris offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, proclaiming to be avenging Islam's prophet. The rampage, which included the murders of hostages at a kosher market, prompted global leaders and throngs of citizens to rally in support of free expression. But was the support genuine? In this Broadside, Andrew C. McCarthy explains how leading Islamists have sought to supplant free expression with the blasphemy standards of Islamic law, gaining the support of the U.S. and other Western governments. But free speech is the lifeblood of a functioning democratic society, essential to our capacity to understand, protect ourselves from, and ultimately defeat our enemies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781594037481 20160618
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xviii, 362 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
"I have Tim Stoen...in my psyche tonight... I'm a man filled with rage... I could kill him. I could really kill him. Literally kill him... I got the man that'll get him. All I got to do is say the word, 'Go.'... Tim Stoen...hasn't made a move in the United States, there hasn't been somebody on his bottom side." --Jim Jones, April 1, 1978. "We're in a war... [W]e have an absolute--absolute--informer who stepped forward, told us of the plans--of Stoen." --Jim Jones, April 2, 1978. This book is a memoir by Timothy Oliver Stoen of his becoming involved with a devil, being marked for death by that devil, being at war with that devil, and surviving that devil.
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xi, 235 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: Woman's identity and the Hadith : rethinking the Sunnah
  • Muslim woman's autonomous authority in the Qur'an : Khilafa and Imama
  • Corroborating hadith by the Qur'an : self-identity, testimony, and witnessing
  • Qaran and Talaq in Qur'an, Hadith, Tafseer, and in personal status code
  • Belief and knowledge, sexuality and slavery, inheritance and custody
  • Rereading the making of Hadith and rewriting a new perspective on Sunnah
  • Conclusions: Will conscientious self-identified Muslim women become active agents?
The Prophet Muhammad's reported traditions have evolved significantly to affect the social, cultural, and political lives of all Muslims. Though centuries of scholarship were spent on the authentication and trustworthiness of the narrators, there has been less study focused on the contents of these narratives, known as Hadith or Sunnah, and their corroboration by the Qur'an. This book is a first step in a comprehensive attempt to contrast Hadith with the Qur'an in order to uncover some of the unjust practices by Muslims concerning women and gender issues. Using specific examples the author helps the reader appreciate and understand the magnitude of the problem. It is argued that the human rights and the human development of Muslim women will not progress in a meaningful and sustainable manner until the Hadith is re-examined in a fresh new approach from within the Islamic framework, shifting the discourse in understanding Islam from a dogmatic religious law to a religio-moral rational worldview. The author argues that such re-examination requires the involvement of women in order to affirm their authority in exegetical and practical leadership within Muslim societies, and she encourages Muslim women to stand up for their rights to effect change in understanding the role of sunnah in their own life.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472446787 20160619
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239 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Einleitung
  • Der Demokratie- und Menschenrechtsdiskurs der religiösen Reformer in Iran
  • Implikationen der Untersuchung für die Universalismus-Debatte bei Menschenrechten
  • Resümee.
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283 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Human rights conferred by Allah
  • Islamic system and human rights
  • The Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) and the Caliphate of Islam : (Al-khilafat al-Islamiyh)
  • Shariah and legacy of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
  • Social life under Islam
  • The judicial system in Islam
  • Human rights guaranteed in Islam
  • Woman's rights in Islam
  • Rights of inheritance in Islam.
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  • Islam and the African world / Sulayman S. Nyang
  • Basic doctrines of Islam and colonialism in Africa / Pade Badru
  • Arab enslavement of Africans : an Islamic viewpoint / Olayinka Kudus Amuni
  • One hundred years of Muslim community in Accra : a historical study of Tudu from 1900 to 2000 / Samuel A. Ntewusu
  • Renegotiating gender : changing moral practice in the Tablighi Jama'at in the Gambia / Marloes Janson
  • The status of women in Islam : perceptions from a visit to the Madina Central Mosque in Accra, Ghana / Brigid M. Sackey
  • Muslim women in political leadership in Hausa society of northern Nigeria / Fatima L. Adamu and John V. Mensah
  • Islamic call : the role of women in Da'wah activities, Dagbon, northern Ghana : the case of Hajia Mariam Alolo / Issah Alhassan Abubakari and Alhassan Sulemana Anamzoya
  • Religious experience and women leadership in Nigerian Islam / David O. Ogungbile
  • Nigeria's sharia criminal procedure codes / Philip Ostien
  • Sharia implementation and female Muslims in Nigeria's sharia states / Jamila M. Nasir
  • The past in the present : the issue of sharia in the Sudan / R. S. O'Fahey
  • Religious models for peace and war in a heterogeneous society : a case study of the sharia law model in Yorubaland / Lateef Mobolaji Adetona
  • Islamic political dynamics in the Somali Civil War / Roland Marchal
  • Islam vs. Islamism : the South African dimension / Hussein Solomon
  • Political Islam in the African diaspora : a history of the Nation of Islam / Pade Badru.
Islam in Africa South of the Sahara: Essays in Gender Relations and Political Reform draws together contributions from scholars that focus on changes taking place in the practice of the religion and their effects on the political terrain and civil society. Contributors explore the dramatic changes in gender relations within Islam on the continent, occasioned in part by the events of 9/11 and the response of various Islamic states to growing negative media coverage. These explorations of the dynamics of religious change, reconfigured gender relations, and political reform consider not only the role of state authorities but the impact of ordinary Muslim women who have taken to challenging the subordinate role assigned to them in Islam. Essays are far-ranging in their scope as the future of Islam in sub-Saharan Africa falls under the microscope, with contributors addressing such topics as the Islamic view of the historic Arab enslavement of Africans and colonialist ventures; studies of gender politics in Gambia, northern Nigeria, and Ghana; surveys of the impact of Sharia law in Nigeria and Sudan; the political role of Islam in Somalia, South Africa, and African diaspora communities. Islam in Africa South of the Sahara is an ideal reader for students and scholars of international politics, comparative theology, race and ethnicity, comparative sociology, African and Islamic studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810884694 20160612
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279 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Comparing different streams of Islam : wrestling with words and definitions / Kees van Dijk
  • Defining Indonesian Islam : an examination of the construction of the national Islamic identity of traditionalist and modernist Muslism / Ahmad Najib Burhani
  • Indonesia in the global scheme of Islamic things : sustaining the virtuous circle of education, associations and democracy / Robert W. Hefner
  • Distinguishing Indonesian Islam : some lessons to learn / Azyumardi Azra
  • Islam, state and society in democratising Indonesia : a historical reflection / Taufik Abdullah
  • The politics of piety in the Pondok Pesantren Khusus Waria Al-Fattah Senin-Kamis Yogyakarta : negotiating the Islamic religious embodiment / Dian Maya Safitri
  • The Indonesian Muslim feminist reinterpretation of inheritance / Nina Nurmila
  • Managing familial issues : unique features of legal reform in Indonesia / Euis Nurlaelawati
  • A new generation of feminists within traditional Islam : an Indonesian exception / Andrée Feillard and Pieternella van Doorn-Harder
  • Religious pluralism and contested religious authority in contemporary Indonesian Islam : A. Mustofa Bisri and Emha Ainun Nadjib / Asfa Widiyanto
  • Islam and humanitarian affairs : the middle class and new patterns of social activisim / Hilman Latief
  • Dakwah radio in Surakarta : a contest for Islamic identity / Sunarwoto
  • Muslim fundamentalism in education institutions : a case study of Rohani Islam in high schools in Cirebon / Didin Nurul Rosidin
  • Majlis Tasfir Al-Qur'an and its struggle for Islamic reformism / Syaifudin Zuhri.
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viii, 583 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Appropriation of Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya : challenging expectations of ingenuity / Alina Kokoschka and Birgit Krawietz
  • Divine wisdom, human agency, and the fiṭra in Ibn Taymiyya's thought / M. Sait Özervarli
  • Debating the doctrine of jabr (compulsion) : Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya reads Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī / Livnat Holtzman
  • Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya's manipulation of Sufi terms : fear and hope / Gino Schallenbergh
  • Ibn al-Qayyim's Kitāb al-ruḥ : some literary aspects / Y. Tzvi Langerman
  • The relation of Ibn Taymiya and Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya to the Ḥanbalī school of law / Christopher Melchert
  • Screening Ṣiddīq Ḥasan Khān's library : the use of Ḥanbalī literature in 19th-century Bhopal / Claudia Preckel
  • Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya in the "lands below the wind" : an ideological father of radicalism or a popular Sufi master? / Syamsuddin Arif
  • The poison of philosophy : Ibn Taymiyya's struggle for and against reason / Anke von Kügelgen
  • The curse of philosophy : Ibn Taymiyya as a philosopher in contemporary Islamic thought / Georges Tamer
  • Against Islamic universalism : ʻAlī al-Harbī's 1990 attempt to prove that Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya affirm the eternity of hell-fire / Jon Hoover
  • Law and order according to Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya : a re-examination of siyāsa sharʻiyya / Abdessamad Belhaj
  • Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya's attitude toward Christianity in Hidāyat al-ḥayārā fī ajwibat al-yahūd wal-naṣārā / Dominik Schlosser
  • Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya as changing Salafi icons / Annabelle Böttcher
  • Ibn Taymiyya's worldview and the challenge of modernity : a conflict among the Ahl-i Ḥadīth in British India / Martin Riexinger.
Considering their widespread and highly controversial legacy, Ibn Taymiyya and his foremost disciple, Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya, arguably belong to the most influential figures of Islamic thought. The contributions within this volume address significant philosophical and theological themes in their work and examine their impact in the areas of Islamic law, Sufism and contemporary revival movements in Middle Eastern, Indian, and Southeast Asian Muslim societies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783110285345 20160613
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xvii, 465 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction / Mehrzad Boroujerdi
  • Maslahah as a political concept / Asma Afsaruddin
  • Saʻdi's Treatise on advice to the kings / Alireza Shomali and Mehrzad Boroujerdi
  • Perso-Islamicate political ethic in relation to the sources of Islamic law / Saïd Amir Arjomand
  • An anomaly in the history of Persian political thought / Javad Tabatabai
  • Teaching wisdom : a Persian work of advice for Atabeg Ahmad of Luristan / Louise Marlow
  • A Muslim state in a non-Muslim context : the Mughal case / Muzaffar Alam
  • Al-Tahtawi's trip to Paris in light of recent historical analysis : travel literature or a mirror for princes? / Peter Gran
  • Law and the common good : to bring about a virtuous city or preserve the old order? / Charles E. Butterworth
  • What do Egypt's Islamists want? : moderate Islam and the rise of Islamic constitutionalism in Mubarak's Egypt / Bruce K. Rutherford
  • The body corporate and the social body / Șerif Mardin
  • Cosmopolitanism past and present, Muslim and western / Roxanne L. Euben
  • God's caravan : topoi and schemata in the history of Muslim political thought / Aziz Al-Azmeh.
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xviii, 360 pages ; 24 cm
  • Conceptualizing Islamist movement changes
  • The Brotherhood's early years
  • The Brotherhood's foray into electoral politics
  • The Wasat Party initiative and the Brotherhood's response
  • The Brotherhood's seesaw between self-assertion and self-restraint
  • Repression and retrenchment
  • The Brotherhood and the Egyptian uprising
  • Egypt's Islamist movement in comparative perspective
  • The Muslim Brotherhood in (Egypt's) transition.
The Muslim Brotherhood has achieved a level of influence nearly unimaginable before the Arab Spring. The Brotherhood was the resounding victor in Egypt's 2011-2012 parliamentary elections, and six months later, a leader of the group was elected president. Yet the implications of the Brotherhood's rising power for the future of democratic governance, peace, and stability in the region is open to dispute. Drawing on more than one hundred in-depth interviews as well as Arabic language sources not previously accessed by Western researchers, Carrie Rosefsky Wickham traces the evolution of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt from its founding in 1928 to the fall of Mubarak and the watershed elections of 2011-2012. Further, she compares the Brotherhood's trajectory with those of mainstream Islamist groups in Jordan, Kuwait, and Morocco, revealing a wider pattern of change. Wickham highlights the internal divisions of such groups and explores the shifting balance of power among them. She shows that they are not proceeding along a linear path toward greater moderation. Rather, their course has been marked by profound tensions and contradictions, yielding hybrid agendas in which newly embraced themes of freedom and democracy coexist uneasily with illiberal concepts of Shari'a carried over from the past. Highlighting elements of movement continuity and change, and demonstrating that shifts in Islamist worldviews, goals, and strategies are not the result of a single strand of cause and effect, Wickham provides a systematic, fine-grained account of Islamist group evolution in Egypt and the wider Arab world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691149400 20160612
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xviii, 381 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Muslims as the internal and external enemy
  • Islam : between personal and social identity markers
  • Multiple communities of allegiance : how to Muslims say "we"?
  • Religiosity, political participation, and civic engagement
  • Securitization of Islam in Europe : the embodiment of Islam as an exception
  • How Islam questions the universalism of Western secularism
  • Salafization of Islamic norms and its influence on the externalization of Islam
  • Conclusion: Naked public spheres : Islam within liberal and secular democracies.
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x, 287 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction 1. A History of the Concept of "Abrogation" 2. Abrogation in Scriptures Before the Qur'an 3. The Term "Naskh" in the Qur'an 4. The Concept of "Naskh" in the Qur'an 5. Conceptual and Implementational Differences of Abrogation 6. Legal Abrogation 7. The Verse of the Sword 8. Does the Mushaf Contain All of the Qur'an? 9. Did the Prophet Forget Verses? 10. Legal-Textual Abrogation 11. Textual Abrogation I: The "Stoning Verse" 12. Textual Abrogation II: The Five-Suckling Verse and the Anomalous Reading of the Oath Breaking Verse 13. Abrogation of the Sunna 14. Islamic Law: A New Reading 15. Conclusion: The Myth of Abrogation A. The Meaning of "Hadith" and "Sunna" Bibliography Glossary Index of Qur'anic Verses Index of Names and Subjects.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415631983 20160610
This book examines in detail the concept of "abrogation" in the Qur'an, which has played a major role in the development of Islamic law and has implications for understanding the history and integrity of the Qur'anic text. The term has gained popularity in recent years, as Muslim groups and individuals claim that many passages about tolerance in the Qur'an have been abrogated by others that call on Muslims to fight their enemies. Author Louay Fatoohi argues that this could not have been derived from the Qur'an, and that its implications contradict Qur'anic principles. He also reveals conceptual flaws in the principle of abrogation as well as serious problems with the way it was applied by different scholars. Abrogation in the Qur'an and Islamic Law traces the development of the concept from its most basic form to the complex and multi-faceted doctrine it has become. The book shows what specific problems the three modes of abrogation were introduced to solve, and how this concept has shaped Islamic law. The book also critiques the role of abrogation in rationalizing the view that not all of the Qur'anic revelation has survived in the "mushaf", or the written record of the Qur'an. This role makes understanding abrogation an essential prerequisite for studying the history of the Qur'anic text.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415631983 20160610
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223 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Hadith
  • Hadith and the companions
  • Hadith after the death of the companions
  • Hadith literature
  • Some of the special features of the Hadith literature
  • The sciences of tradition.
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  • Telling my story and the story of the Branch Davidians
  • From Australia to Texas : meeting the Branch Davidians
  • Living with the Branch Davidians
  • Branch Davidian theology
  • The Mount Carmel conflict : the ATF raid, the Fifty-one-day siege, and the FBI assault
  • Jail, two trials, and changes at Mount Carmel
  • Survivors of the siege : where we are today.
Nearly twenty years after they happened, the ATF and FBI assaults on the Branch Davidian residence near Waco, Texas remain the most deadly law enforcement action on American soil. The raid by Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms agents on February 28, 1993, which resulted in the deaths of four ATF agents and six Branch Davidians, precipitated a 51-day siege conducted by the FBI. The FBI tank and gas assault on the residence at Mount Carmel Center on April 19 culminated in a fire that killed 53 adults and 23 children, with only nine survivors. In A Journey to Waco, survivor Clive Doyle not only takes readers inside the tragic fire and its aftermath, but he also tells the larger story of how and why he joined the Branch Davidians, how the Branch Davidian community developed, and the status of survivors. While the media and official reports painted one picture of the Branch Davidians and the two assaults, A Journey to Waco shares a much more personal account of the ATF raid, the siege, and the final assault that details events unreported by the media. A Journey to Waco presents what the Branch Davidians believed and introduces readers to the community's members, including David Koresh. A Journey to Waco is a personal account of one man's journey with the Branch Davidians, through the tragic fire, and beyond.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442208858 20160612
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xii, 311 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm
  • An adventure
  • Church
  • Redwood Valley
  • "Dad"
  • Edith
  • Traitors
  • Exodus
  • Pioneers
  • The promised land
  • Georgetown
  • Siege
  • Bullets to kill bumblebees
  • Runaways
  • Concern
  • Control
  • Release
  • Drill
  • Hyacinth
  • Stanley
  • Relatives
  • The embassy
  • Control
  • Escape
  • Chaos
  • November
  • Ryan
  • End
  • Bodies
  • Survivors.
What started as a Utopian dream soon devolved into a terrifying work camp run by a madman, ending in the mass murder-suicide of 914 members in November 1978.
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xii, 413 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction: Jihadi worlds / Jeevan Deol and Zaheer Kazmi
  • Global Jihadism, subalternity and urban Islam in the West / Peter Mandaville
  • Al-Qaeda as just warriors : Osama Bin Laden's case for war / Alia Brahimi
  • "Listen, plan and carry out 'al-Qa'ida" : theological dissension in Osama Bin Laden's former audiocassette collection / Flagg Miller
  • Jihadi ideology in the new-media environment / Akil N. Awan
  • Post-Jihadism and the ideological revisions of armed Islamists / Omar Ashour
  • "Seceders" and "postponers"? : an analysis of the "Khawarij" and "Murji'a" labels in polemical debates between Quietist and Jihadi-Salafis / Joas Wagemakers
  • Saudi Arabia's war on terrorism : combatting passions, ignorance and deviation / Roel Meijer
  • British by dissent : alternatives to Jihadi narratives of identity, belonging and violence among Muslims in Britain / Tufyal Choudhury
  • Critical reflections on the relationship between ideology and behaviour / Jeroen Gunning
  • Jihadi violence in Yemen : dealing with local, regional and international contingencies / Laurent Bonnefoy
  • Joining Al-Shabaab in Somalia / Roland Marchal
  • Attacking Mumbai / Faisal Devji
  • Indonesian Jihadi thinking / Greg Fealy and Ken Ward
  • Responding to the Taliban : comparative perspectives from Northern Afghanistan and Pakistan / Magnus Marsden
  • The Taliban and nationalist militancy in Afghanistan / Robert D. Crews
  • Pashtun and Punjabi Taliban : the Jihadi-sectarian nexus / Mariam Abou Zahab.
In recent decades, transnational jihadi entities such as Al-Qaeda as well as national and regional militant groups have attracted a great deal of media and scholarly attention. Policy agendas worldwide are now intensely focused on countering militant jihadist thought. Yet few studies fully comprehend the contours of this phenomenon and its rich social and intellectual making. Departing from the traditional security studies approaches that have characterized so much research in this area, Contextualising Jihadi Thought bridges existing disciplines and fields of study to create a framework for understanding jihadi movements, ideologies, intellectual histories, political engagements, and changing geographies. Contributors work in a range of specializations -- including history, anthropology, political science, diplomacy, and religious studies -- and conduct thorough, detailed analyses of jihadism and its impact in Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, India, Pakistan, Egypt, Southeast Asia, and Europe. Edited by a scholar and an experienced diplomat, this volume balances theory and practice with unprecedented skill.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231702546 20160615
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352 p. : maps ; 22 cm.
  • A light unto tribes
  • The enlightenment of the Orient
  • The medieval war of ideas (I)
  • The medieval war of ideas (II)
  • The desert beneath the iceberg
  • The Ottoman revival
  • Romans, Herodians, and Zealots
  • The Turkish march to Islamic liberalism
  • Freedom from the state
  • Freedom to sin
  • Freedom from Islam.
Islam without Extremes presents a provocative manifesto for an interpretation of Islam that synthesises liberal ideas and respect for the Islamic tradition. With an eye sympathetic to Western liberalism and Islamic theology, Mustafa Akyol traces the roots of political Islam. The years following the death of Muhammad saw an intellectual "war of ideas" rage between rationalist, flexible schools of Islam and the more dogmatic, rigid ones. The traditionalists won, fostering perceptions of Islam as antithetical to modernity. However, Akyol traces a flourishing of liberalism in the nineteenth-century Ottoman Empire and explores the unique "Islamo-liberal synthesis" of present-day Turkey. Only by accepting a secular state, he asserts, can Islamic societies thrive. Persuasive and inspiring, Islam without Extremes offers an intellectual basis for the reconcilability of Islam and religious, political, economic and social freedoms.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780393070866 20160605
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