Published November 22, 2000
by Westview Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
This item: The Politicisation Of Islam: A Case Study Of Tunisia (State, Culture & Society in Arab North Africa) Set up a giveaway. Get fast, free delivery with Amazon Prime. Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle : Mohamed Elhachmi Hamdi. The Politicisation of Islam: A Case Study of Tunisia traces the emergence, rise, and recent eclipse of the modern Tunisian Islamic movement, al-Nahda, and provides a comprehensive analysis of its political, social, and intellectual discourse. The first two chapters concentrate on the factors behind the emergence of al-Nahda and its politicization.4/5(2). The politicization of Islam: reconstructing identity, state, faith, and community in the late Ottoman state / Kemal H. Karpat. p. cm. — (Studies in Middle Eastern history) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Turkey—History—– 2. Turkey—History—Mehmed V, – 3. Islam and state—Turkey. 4. Hudud has been actively discussed in Malaysia due to Islam being exploited as a political issue and actively championed by political parties, as a mean to retain and gather political support. Malaysia implements Shariah law on Muslims but only in.
The Politicisation of Islam consists of two roughly equal parts. The first discusses the history of the Tunisian Islamist movement, starting with the emergence, in the early s, of organizaLions promoting personal piety and Islamic values in reaction to the secular, westernizing environment of the Bourguibist state. The politicisation of Islam can be traced back to the establishment of the Muslim Brothers’ Society in Egypt in the late s. Its founder, Ḥasan al‐Bannā, was greatly influenced by the Author: Ana Soage. Synopsis. The Politicisation of Islam: A Case Study of Tunisia traces the emergence, rise, and recent eclipse of the modern Tunisian Islamic movement, al-Nahda, and provides a comprehensive analysis of its political, social, and intellectual discourse. A valuable contribution to the study of political Islam, this is the first complete analysis. 'Sting in the Tail': Islam and the Politicisation of Religion The politicisation of religion has unremitting consequences that must never to be taken lightly. the book .
The politicisation of Islam: a case study of Tunisia. [Muḥammad al-Hāshimī Ḥāmidī] -- "The Politicisation of Islam: A Case Study of Tunisia traces the emergence, rise, and recent eclipse of the modern Tunisian Islamic movement, al-Nahda, and provides a . REVIEWS: POLITICS, ISLAM AND CULTURE This lengthy and lucid book consists of 17 chapters apart from introduction and conclusion. The first chapter explores the popular roots of Islamism in the last decades of the Ottoman Empire. Here the main argument is that one hardly understands the last. European discourse on Islam is a microcosm of the debate on Islam’s compatibility with the West. Because Western countries generally associate Islam with the al-Qaeda movement, the Palestinian issue and Iran, their discussion of the religion involves an essentialised approach to a multifaceted faith. And we see more about this politicisation of Islam in your next book, Jihad: The Trail of Political Islam. Gilles Kepel is another brilliant French academic who again demonstrates the excellent sociological work of the French in this area. The idea behind this book was to explain where and how the ideas of Jihad originated.