|LC Classifications||BP173.25 .H87 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 163 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||93161500|
Beyond Belief is the result of his five-month journey in through Indonesia, Iran, Pakistan, and Malaysia--lands where descendants of Muslim converts live at odds with indigenous traditions, and where dreams of Islamic purity clash with economic and political by: Beyond Fundamentalism is both an in-depth study of the ideology fueling militants throughout the Muslim world and an exploration of religious violence in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hussain, Asaf. Beyond Islamic fundamentalism. Leicester: Volcano Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Most interesting is its exploration of how the monarchy is “the single greatest force in spreading Islamic fundamentalism”; "Unfortunately, a large chunk of the book is devoted to separating Islam from Wahhabism, meaning the author never gets to root matters. Anything positive is attributed to Islam and anything negative—misogyny Cited by: 8.
The book "Islamic Fundamentalism" is an excellent addition to already published books on this subject. Mohaddessin's book originality comes from its more detailed examination of the role the Islamic regime in Tehran has played in propagating the ideology of "Islamic Fundamentalism" around the region in particular and around the globe in general Cited by: Books shelved as islamic-fundamentalism: The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Lade. Books shelved as fundamentalism: Under the Banner of Heaven by Jon Krakauer, The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid, The Battle for God: A History Home My Books. Called “Pakistan’s best and bravest reporter” by Christopher Hitchens in Vanity Fair, Ahmed Rashid was a correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review for more than twenty years, covering Pakistan, Afghanistan, and central Asia. He now writes for BBC Online, the Washington Post, El Mundo, the International Herald Tribune, the New York Review of Books, and other foreign and Pakistani Cited by:
A major feminist critique of Islamic fundamentalism, this book asks some hard questions of those who, in denouncing the racism of Western feminism, have taken up an uncritical embrace of the Islamic identity of Muslim women. It is urgent reading for all those concerned about human rights. Islamic fundamentalism has been defined as a movement of Muslims who regard earlier times favorably and seek to return to the fundamentals of the Islamic religion and live similarly to how the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his companions lived. Islamic fundamentalists favor "a literal and originalist interpretation" of the primary sources of Islam (the Quran and Sunnah), seek to eliminate . Globalization and Islamism: beyond fundamentalism. [Nevzat Soguk] -- Examines non-Arab Islamic orientations, arguing that Islam was a tolerant, pluralistic, and flexible force in the past and that the Western world is focusing on fundamentalist movements and ignoring. fundamentalism:1 In Protestantism, religious movement that arose among conservative members of various Protestant denominations early in the 20th cent., with the object of maintaining traditional interpretations of the Bible and of the doctrines of the Christian faith in the face of Darwinian evolution, secularism, and the emergence of liberal theology.