Reconstructing Jihad amid Competing International Norms / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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This book examines the Israel-Palestine conflict from a constructivist perspective.It argues that in the context of international norms and identity factors, a contemporary methodology for the reconstruction of jihadis essential for achievement of a just peace.
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About the Author
HALIM RANEis the Deputy Director of the Griffith Islamic Research Unit and a lecturer in the National Centre of Excellence in Islamic Studies at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
Table of ContentsAuthor's Preface List of Abbreviations Glossary Introduction Reconstructing Jihad Chapter structure PART I: THE ISRAEL-PALESTINECONFLICT Origin, Nature, and Progression of the Conflict The United Nations Security Council Resolutions on the Question of Palestine: A Normative Framework for a Just Resolution PART II: THEORETICAL FOUNDATION Constructivism and the Role of International Norms and Identity in Conflict Resolution Contemporary Realities and the Imperative of a Non-Violent Intifada PART III: REFORMULATION The Islamic Doctrines of War and Peace Putting Jihad into Context: Intent, Purpose, and Objectives Notes References Index