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Armajani, Jon

Modern Islamist Movements: History, Religion, and Politics

Armajani, Jon - Modern Islamist Movements: History, Religion, and Politics, ebook

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Modern Islamist Movements provides a clear and accessible examination of the history, beliefs and rationale of Islamist Groups and their grievances with the West and governments within the majority-Muslim world, while examining some of these groups' visions for a global Islamic empire.
  • A clear and accessible text that examines the history, beliefs and rationale for violence emerging from Islamist movements, while examining some of these groups' visions for a global Islamic empire
  • Examines Islamist grievances against the West and modern governments in the majority Muslim world, while providing an overview of Islam's relations with the West from the period of the Crusades to the modern age
  • Discusses the historic development of Islamism in Egypt, the West Bank and Gaza, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Afghanistan
  • Explains classic Islamic understandings of jihad and Bin Laden's, al-Qaida's, and other Islamists interpretations of this concept
  • Offers an historical account of the formative relationship between al-Qaida, other Islamists, and Islamic intellectual trends beginning in the eighteenth century
  • Appropriate for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as interested general readers

Keywords: Islam, Muslim, history, jihad, al-Qaida, Egypt, crusades, Pakistan, Afghanistan, West Bank

Author(s)
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
256 pages
Category
Religions
Format
Ebook
eISBN (ePUB)
9781444344370
Printed ISBN
9781405117418

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