Islam in Revolution: Fundamentalism in the Arab World, Second Edition

Front Cover
Syracuse University Press, 1995 M01 1 - 324 pages
. Illustrations. . . Preface to the Second Edition. . Pt. 1. Islamic Fundamentalism: Catalysts, Indices, and Responses. . 1. Islamic Resurgence in Modern Society. 3. 2. History of Islamist Movements: A Cyclical Pattern. 8. 3. The Social and Psychological Roots of Islamism. 23. 4. Islamist Ideology and Practice. 36. 5. Taxonomy of Islamist Societies and Arab Regimes. 55. Pt. 2. Islamic Resurgence in the Arab World: Case Studies. . 6. Egypt: Cradle of Islamism. 73. 7. Syria: Sunni Islamism Against Ba'thi Rule. 103. 8. Iraq: Shiite Islamism Against Ba'thi Rule. 119. 9. Saudi Arabia: Sunni and Shiite Activism in an Islamic State. 130. 10. Islamism in the Gulf. 152. 11. Lebanon: Islamism in a Consociational Polity. 162. Pt. 3. New Frontiers of Islamism. . 12. The New Islamism: Egypt. 173. 13. The Sudan, Libya, and Yemen. 186. 14. Jordan, Israel, West Bank, and Gaza. 195. 15. Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco. 202. 16. The Islamist Venture. 211. . Appendix: Islamist Societies in the Arab World. 223. . Notes. 249. . Glossary. 269. . Bibliography. 277. . Index. 295.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Islam is a religion which we call it such as rahmatan lil'aalamin (blessing fol all in this cosmos). We want to say that Islam and its origint does not belong to disire to build the state, if we want say that there is compabilty betweem Islam and the politics and state. But, merely most of ortodox jourist and ulama or intelectual or muslim schoolar argue that Islam has relation entirely with the power and state and its contexs of all regulation in the life. To countering of their arguments, contemporary ulama, around the metodhology of islamic studies, they argue that islam should be formeted formaly as a islamic state. The importance thing is how to make the justice, welfare, kepping of human rights, make balances of tolerrace between several religions in the worlds. we can comparate all arguments of relation between Islam and state in references from Abul a"la al-Maududi, Ali Abd al-Raziq, Thoha Husen, Husen Haikal, Hasan al-Banna, Sayed Qutb, Abdurrahman Wahid, Nurcholish Madjid, Ahamd Syafii Ma'arif, Muhamamd Natsir and Soekarno. They has told us about the acknowlegments of basis of idiological of Pancasila and UUD 1945, in near independence of Indonesia Republic, 1945 (post colonial) and pasca independence until reformation era now. by Muhammad Shobri as candidate of Doctoral program in Islamic state university Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, in work in progress. 

Contents

Islamic Resurgence in Modern Society
3
The Social and Psychological Roots of Islamism
23
Illustrations Tables 1 Structure of Income Distribution 19721978
29
Islamist Ideology and Practice
36
Taxonomy of Islamist Societies and Arab Regimes
55
A Typology of Ideologies
59
Typology I
61
Typology II
64
Islamism in the Gulf
152
Conceptual framework 5
154
Islamism in a Consociational Polity
162
Egypt
173
Stages of social crisis and Islamist response 3 Dialectics of ideological transformation 25
175
The Sudan Libya and Yemen
186
Jordan Israel West Bank and Gaza
195
Tunisia Algeria and Morocco
202

Islamist Groups by Country
66
Cradle of Islamism
73
Percent Shares of Income
99
Occupational Background
101
Sunni Islamism Against BaŹ»thi Rule
103
Leadership of the Syrian Islamist Movement
114
Shiite Islamism Against Bathi Rule
119
Sunni and Shiite Activism in
130
The Islamist Venture
211
Islamist Societies in the Arab World
223
Notes
249
Glossary
269
Bibliography
277
Index
295
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information