The Princeton Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought

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Alphabetical List of Entries
‘Abbas I (1571– 1629)
Abbasids (750– 1258)
‘Abd al- Hamid al- Katib b. Yahya al-’Amiri (d. 750)
‘Abd al- Qadir al- Jaza’iri (1808– 83)
‘Abd al- Rahman, ‘Umar (b. 1938)
‘Abd al- Raziq, ‘Ali (1887– 1966)
abdication
‘Abduh, Muhammad (1849– 1905)
Abdülhamid II (1842– 1918)
abodes of Islam, war, and truce
absolutism
Abu Bakr (ca. 573– 634)
Abu Hanifa (699– 767)
Abu Yusuf (ca. 731– 98)
advice
al- Afghani, Jamal al- Din (1838– 97)
Afghanistan
‘Aflaq, Michel (1910– 89)
Aga Khan
Ahmad, Israr (1932– 2010)
Ahmad b. Hanbal (780– 855)
Ahmadis
Ahmad Sirhindi (1564– 1624)
‘A’isha (ca. 614– 78)
Akbar the Great (1542–1605)
‘Alawis
Algeria
‘Ali b. Abi Talib (ca. 599– 661)
Aligarh
alliances
Almohads (1130– 1269)
Almoravids (1056– 1147)
Amal
anarchism
apartheid
apocalypse
apostasy
Arab nationalism
Arafat, Yasir (1929– 2004)
arbitration
Ash’aris
‘Ashura’
astrology
asylum
Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal (1881– 1938)
Aurangzeb (1618– 1707)
authority
ayatollah
Ayyubids (1169– 1250)
Azhar University
Babur, Zahir al- Din (1483– 1530)
Baghdad
Bangladesh
al- Banna, Hasan (1906– 49)
Barelwis
Ba’th Party
bazaar
Beirut
Berbers
Bin Laden, Osama (1957– 2011)
blasphemy
Brethren of Purity
brotherhoods
bureaucracy
Buyids (945– 1062)
Cairo
caliph, caliphate
capitalism
censorship
Central Asia
charity
China
chivalry
Christian- Muslim relations
citizenship
city
city (philosophical)
civil society
civil war
clients
coinage
collective obligations
colonialism
commanding right and forbidding wrong
communism
community
Companions of the Prophet
consensus
constitutionalism
Constitution of Medina
consultation
contracts
conversion
coup d’état
Crusades
culture
custom
Dan Fodio, Usman (1754– 1817)
Dawani, Jalal al- Din (1427– 1502)
Delhi
Delhi Sultanate (1206– 1526)
democracy
demographics
Deobandis
difference of opinion
diplomacy
dissent, opposition, resistance
dissimulation
division of labor
Druze
East Africa
economic theory
education
Egypt
elections
endowment
environment
equality
ethics
Ethiopia and Eritrea
ethnicity
Europe
excommunication
exegesis
Fadlallah, Muhammad Husayn (1935– 2010)
faith
family
al- Farabi, Abu Nasr (ca. 878– 950)
Faraj, Muhammad ‘Abd al- Salam (1954– 82)
Fatimids (909– 1171)
fatwa
freedom
free will
Friday prayer
friendship
fundamentalism
al- Gama’a al- Islamiyya
genealogy
Ghazali (ca. 1058– 1111)
ghāzī
Ghaznavids (977– 1086)
Ghurids (1009– 1215)
globalization
God
governance
government
grievance

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