Globalized Islam

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Globalized Islam

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First Sentence This book is the sequel to my Failure of Political Islam (first published in French in 1992 and in English in 1994), in which I argued that the conceptual framework of Islamist parties was unable to provide an effective blueprint for an Islamic state.
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Isbn10 0231134983
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Languages /languages/eng
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Number Of Pages 320
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Physical Dimensions 8.7 x 5.6 x 1.3 inches
Physical Format Hardcover
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Publish Date October 30, 2004
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Publishers Columbia University Press
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Subjects Islamic Studies
Political activism
History: World
Middle East
Islam - General
Political Science / International Relations
International Relations - General
Middle East - General
Islam and politics
Islamic countries
Religious aspects
Ummah (Islam)
Subtitle The Search for a New Ummah (The Ceri Series in Comparative Politics and International Studies)
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Globalized Islam
Authors Olivier Roy
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Description A schism has emerged between mainstream Islamist movements in the Muslim world (e.g. Hamas of Palestine and Hezbullah of Lebanon) and the uprooted militants who strive to establish an imaginary ummah, or Muslim community, not embedded in any particular society or territory. Roy provides a detailed comparison of these transnational movements, whether peaceful, like Tabligh Jamaat and the Islamic brotherhoods, or violent, like Al Qaeda. Neofundamentalism, he argues, is both a product and an agent of globalization.
Language en
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Page Count 349
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Published Date 2004
Publisher Columbia University Press
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Subtitle The Search for a New Ummah
Title Globalized Islam

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