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Ellis, Kail C.

Secular Nationalism and Citizenship in Muslim Countries

Ellis, Kail C. - Secular Nationalism and Citizenship in Muslim Countries, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Kail C. Ellis

Part I. Christian Cultural and Intellectual Life in the Islamic Middle East: A Shared History

2. Christianity’s Historic Roots in the Middle East: Christians at Home in the ‘World of Islam’
Sidney Griffith

3. Christianity in the Wider Levant Region: Modern History and Contemporary Contexts
Anthony O’Mahony

4. Christian Contributions to Art, Culture, and Literature in the Arab-Islamic World
Bernard Sabella

5. Christians in Arab Politics
Tarek Mitri

6. Christian Contributions to Education and Social Advancement
Sami El-Yousef

Part II. Human Rights, Combating Persecution, and the Responsibility to Protect

7. The Arab-Christian Predicament Before and After the Rise of the Islamic State
Elie Chalala

8. A Human Rights Perspective on the Protection of Christians and Other Minorities in the Middle East and North Africa
Fateh Azzam

9. The Persecution of Minorities in the Middle East
Alon Ben-Meir

10. The “Responsibility to Protect” and the Dangers of Military Intervention in Fragile States
Anthony C. Zinni

Part III. The Arab Spring, the Shia/Sunni Divide, and Their Impact on Regional and Geopolitical Tensions

11. The Answer to the Vulnerability of Arab Christians and Other Minorities Is Citizenship Rights Under the Rule of Law
Rami G. Khouri

12. The Impact of the Shia-Sunni Political Struggle and Future Strategies for Christians and Other Vulnerable Communities in the Middle East
Brian Katulis

13. Epilogue
Kail C. Ellis

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Middle Eastern Politics, Comparative Politics, Political History, Political Theory, Middle Eastern Culture

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Minorities in West Asia and North Africa
Page amount
20 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319712048
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-71203-1

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