Islamic Activists

Islamic Activists

The Anti-enlightenment Democrats

eBook - 2011
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An explanation of Islamic scholarship on democracy

McMillan Palgrave
In the hysteria surrounding Political Islam, it is difficult to find analysis that doesn't justify the existence of Islamic leaders or react to the West's fear of 'extremists'. In Islamic Activists, Deina Ali Abdelkader shows us what Islamic leaders and activists believe and what they think about just governance.*BR**BR*Explaining and comparing Islamist ideas, including those about leadership, justice and minority rights, Abdelkader explains how these have been represented in the writings of important historical and contemporary Islamists. In doing so, Abdelkader reveals that democracy is not the sole preserve of those who support Enlightenment values, offering the reader a chance to understand the populist non-violent side of Islamic activism. *BR**BR*The book includes an examination of the ideas of the leaders of the populist Islamist movements in Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco.

Publisher: New York : Pluto Press, 2011
ISBN: 9781849645805
1849645809
9780745322162
0745322166
9780745322179
0745322174
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 157 pages)

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