Political Islam and Democracy
Masmoudi, Mariem R., Islamic Horizons
CSID conferences focuses on what do Muslim political activists, lslamists, and Islamic movements want?
On 14 May, the Center for the Study oflslam and Democracy brought together a group of distinguished experts to discuss "Political Islam and Democracy: What Do Islamists and Islamic Movements Want?" They raised issues pertaining to the compatibility oflslam and democracy in both conceptual and specific terms.
Radwan Ziadeh (senior fellow, United States Institute of Peace), Bahey eldin Hassan (Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies), Ibrahim El-Houdaiby (IkhwanWeb, Egypt), and Najib Ghadbian (University of Arkansas) discussed the Muslim Brotherhood. In the 1950s, the …
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Publication information: Article title: Political Islam and Democracy. Contributors: Masmoudi, Mariem R. - Author. Magazine title: Islamic Horizons. Volume: 37. Issue: 4 Publication date: July/August 2008. Page number: 24+. © Islamic Society of North America Mar/Apr 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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