|Statement||texts by Bernard Lewis ... [et al.] ; edited by Bernard Lewis.|
|Contributions||Lewis, Bernard, 1916-|
|LC Classifications||DS35.4 I75 1976b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||360 p. :|
|Number of Pages||360|
Islam and the Arab World Hardcover – by Bernard (editor) Lewis (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, 5/5(1). The book deals with the great variety and complexity that characterize Islam outside the Arab world, with Sufism (the predominant form of Islam in most non-Arab Muslim countries), and with the growing significance of Islamism which challenges secularism and Sufi forms of by: West Africa, Islam, and the Arab World book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. West Africa is defined as the area south of the Sah 3/5. Islamic theocracy is now firmly established in fundamentalist Iran, and waves of fundamentalism are sweeping the entire Islamic world, and its diaspora. This book examines the claim of those Islamists who contend that, as a belief system and a way of life, Islam carries with it a theory of politics and the state which should be applied by:
Islam and Freedom of Thought is a fantastic and scholarly book by the Islamist thinker Jamal el-Banna. His erudition and sheer breadth and scope of knowledge of the Qur‘an are truly astonishing. This remarkable piece of work is inherently interesting and topical that, from the first page, it reeks with the flavour and logic of the ‘Muslim. Tariq Ramadan delivers another fine work in challenging all of us to be responsible and faithful. In this book, he turns to the non-Islamic world and teaches about colonial and imperial effects and carried on policies, and the varieties of political Islamism - many of which are consistent with human rights, governments that care for the people and the planet, and thriving arts, sciences, 4/5. Edward Said is one of the most famous Arab intellectuals in the Western world. He wrote a book in the late s called Orientalism that laid the foundation of the critique of Western approaches to the Middle East. But actually, I think that this book. Islam et Femmes: Les Questions Qui Fâchent (Women and Islam: The Difficult Questions), by Asma Lamrabet, En Toutes Lettres (French). In her latest book, Lamrabet, a prominent Moroccan feminist scholar of Islam, offers a progressive, contextual reading of the Qur’an, arguing that many discriminatory practices and sexist assumptions have no scriptural Author: Ursula Lindsey.
The book deals with the great variety and complexity that characterize Islam outside the Arab world, including Sufism which is the predominant form of Islam in most non-Arab Muslim countries, and the growing significance of Islamism which challenges secularism and Sufi forms of Islam."--Jacket. In a book titled Al-Muslimun wa al-Awlamah, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a renowned Islamic scholar and the most popular TV preacher in the Arab world, describes globalization as “a new imperialism, a fate imposed on us.”. “Islam, State and Modernity is a significant contribution to exploring the various aspects of al-Jabri’s thought, philosophy, and legacy for a wider readership, on topics ranging from Arab–Islamic thought to the state, politics, ethics, education, and the Qur’an phenomenon. Islam and the Arab world: faith, people, culture. [Bernard Lewis;] -- "In this book thirteen eminent authorities provide a long-overdue and highly rewarding survey of Islamic culture and history, from the days of the Prophet Muhammad to modern times.