4 edition of Islam and the Middle East found in the catalog.
Islam and the Middle East
Mona Abul Fadl
includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Research monographs ;, 2, Research monographs (International Institute of Islamic Thought) ;, no. 2.|
|LC Classifications||BP173.7 .A28 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||90005251|
The Creator has periodically chosen human beings to reveal His messages to humankind. Indeed, the Qur'an refers to many Prophets such as Abraham, Noah, David, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, and Jesus. These messages and revelations culminated in Islam and in Muhammed as the last Prophet. The historical evolution and incorporation of prior messages into Islam . facetiously titled “A Decreasingly Concise History of the Middle East.” This time, with the advice and help of Karl Yambert, our editor, we have pruned our account wherever we could, even as new events and trends had to be added. Teachers and students need a book File Size: 3MB.
Part I. The Middle East (Studies) Conflict. 1 Dangerous Orientalists 2 The Shifting Sands of Academe 3 Surveying the Middle East 4 Policy and the Academy. Part II. Missing Islam 5 Fundamentalists or Islamists? 6 "Islamic Fascism" 7 Islam . Start studying Islam and the Middle East. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. The Islamic holy book or bible that contains the teachings of Muhammad. 30 days of fasting during the 9 month of the Islamic .
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Murden published by Lyne Rienner Publishers, in takes a liberalist perspective of International Relations Theory by looking at the 2/5(2). This book is an anthropologist's perspective on the history of the Middle East and it places Islam in context with most of the other conditions that have shaped the past and present cultures of the tribes Cited by: 4.
The author describes elements of the cord of common identity of Middle Eastern Arabs. This includes discussions and examples of the language, the manner of emotional expression, the music, food, 5/5(7).
Women in Islam and the Middle East fills this gap by gathering material concerning women in Islam from a wide range of sources, dating from the early Islamic period to the present day.
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In this sleek and informative book, noted Middle East scholar Bernard Lewis examines the interaction between the Islamic world and the West. It's a fascinating and illuminating book.
At one time, the Muslim world /5. Martin Kramer is the founding president of Shalem College in Jerusalem, where he also chairs the Department of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. He is the author and editor of several books, including Arab Awakening /5(5).
Islam and Secularism in the Middle East examines the origins and growth of the movement to abolish the secularizing reforms of the past century by creating a political order guided /5(12). "Islam and Peacemaking in the Middle East" () by Nathan C. Funk & Abdul Aziz Said; pp. Limited FYI. (Publisher's note:) "Efforts to promote Western-Islamic dialogue in pursuit of peace need to go beyond superficial declarations that "Islam is the religion of peace" and engage the resources of peace within Islamic Cited by: Much of the lively and often heated debate on the role of women in Islam and Middle Eastern society is grounded in different readings of the primary Arabic, Persian, Turkish and other sources and historical /5.
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The Middle East and Islamic World Reader Book Summary: “The many facets of Middle Eastern history and politics are admirably represented in this far-ranging anthology” (Publishers Weekly).
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In this compellingly argued book, Henry Munson, Jr., addresses these questions through historical and anthropological analysis of the roles of Islam in Middle Eastern society and politics.
A basis for understanding the role of Islam in Middle Eastern societies, is the distinction between its doctrine and the cultural practices which are done in the name of Islam or which informed them, Author: Payind, Alam, Melinda McClimans. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers of a conference held Oct.
at Villanova University and sponsored by the Institute for Contemporary Arab and Islamic. Drawing from detailed case studies across the Middle East and Southeast Asia, the book engages with broader theoretical questions about political change in the context of socio-economic transformations and presents an innovative, comparative framework to shed new light on the diverse trajectories of Islamic Cited by: Islam is the second largest religion in the world after Christianity, with about billion Muslims worldwide.
Although its roots go back further, scholars typically date the creation of Islam to. Simon Murden investigates how Muslim societies in the Middle East are being affected by globalized politics and economics and how they are adapting to it. Murden describes how a Western-designed set of economic and political norms, institutions and regimes has come to be a hegemonic system.
His focus is on the encounter between the Islamic 3/5(2).— Shibley Telhami, author of The World Through Arab Eyes: Arab Public Opinion and the Reshaping of the Middle East “Islam and Politics in the Middle East is a solid and excellent empirical exploration of .The Islamic Middle East is a rare, thought-provoking account of the origins, nature, and evolution of Islam that provides a historical perspective vital to understanding the contemporary Middle East.
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