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|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.70(d)|
Table of Contents
Contents: Foreword; Introduction, Ron Geaves and Theodore Gabriel. Part I Theoretical Issues: Is Islam against the West?, Theodore Gabriel; Self-critical children of Abraham? Roots of violence and extremism in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, John J. Shepherd; The finality of the Qur'an and the contemporary politics of nations, Kenneth Cragg; Who defines moderate Islam 'post'-September 11th?, Ron Geaves. Part 2 The Case Studies: The evolution of American Muslim responses to 9/11, Marcia Hermansen; The shaping of a moderate North American Islam: between 'Mufti' Bush and 'Ayatollah' Ashcroft, Yvonne Haddad; The impact of 9/11 on British Muslim identity, Dilwar Hussein; Endemically European or a European epidemic? Islamophobia in a post 9/11 Europe, Christopher Allen; Sharí'ah sanctions and state enforcement: a Nigerian Islamic debate and an intellectual critique, Lamin Sanneh; Perspectives on radical Islamic education in contemporary Indonesia: major themes and characteristics of Abu Bakar Ba'asyir's teachings, Muhammad Sirozi; Israel as a focus for the anger of Muslims against the West, Colin Chapman; Conclusion, Jane Idleman Smith; Index.