Revolutionaries and reformers : contemporary Islamist movements in the Middle East / edited by Barry Rubin.

Annotation Islamist movements seeking power today are faced with difficult choices regarding strategy, ranging from armed struggle to electoral efforts. An emerging alternative consists of a rethinking of Islamist politics, where the goal of a "totally Islamic" polity would be abandoned in...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Rubin, Barry M.
Format: Book
Published: Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, ©2003.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Why radical Muslims aren't taking over governments /
  • Emmanuel Sivan
  • Radical Islam in Egypt : a comparison of two groups /
  • David Zeidan
  • The development of Palestinian Islamic groups /
  • Reuven Paz
  • Radical Islamist movements in Turkey /
  • Ely Karmon
  • Islamism and the state in North Africa /
  • Bruce Maddy-Weitzman and Meir Litvak
  • Hizballah : between armed struggle and domestic politics /
  • Eyal Zisser
  • Balancing state and society : the Islamic movement in Kuwait /
  • Shafeeq N. Ghabra
  • The rise of the last Islamist movement in Turkey /
  • Nilufer Narli.
  • Fethullah Gulen and his liberal 'Turkish Islam' movement /
  • Bulent Aras and Omer Caha
  • Islam and democracy /
  • Ali R. Abootalebi
  • Mediating Middle East conflicts : an alternative approach /
  • Geore E. Irani
  • Liberal Islam : prospects and challenges /
  • Charles Kurzman
  • Inside the Islamic reformation /
  • Dale F. Eickelman
  • Islamist movements in the Middle East : a survey and balance sheet /
  • Barry Rubin.