Islamic Fundamentalism: An Introduction

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Abrahamian, Ervand. Iran between Two Revolutions. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1982. A comprehensive study of the historical and sociopolitical background of the 1979 revolution that ushered in the Islamic Republic of Iran. After a short chapter on the nineteenth century, the author picks up the story with the “constitutional” revolution of 1906 and traces the political history of Iran through to 1979.

Abu-Amr, Ziad. Islamic Fundamentalism in the West Bank and Gaza: Muslim Brother hood and Islamic Jihad. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994. A study of Islamic fundamentalism within the context of the Israeli occupation of the Gaza Strip. The author demonstrates how the Intifada (the Palestinian rebellion of the late 1980s against the occupation) enhanced the standing and membership of the Palestinian Islamic movement. The book also demonstrates clearly the tactical differences among fundamentalists.

Abul Jobain, Ahmad, and Ahmed Bin Yousef, eds. The Politics of Islamic Resur gence: Through Western Eyes. North Springfield, VA: United Association for Studies and Research, 1992. A bibliographic survey that lists books and articles on the “Islamic resurgence” written by Western authors. Three essays by Muslim writers commenting on Western perceptions of Islam precedes the list.

Algar, Hamid, trans. and ed. Islam and Revolution: Writings and Declarations of Iman Khomeini. Berkeley, CA: Mizan Press, 1981. A rendering into English of some of Khomeini’s more important pronouncements. The contents are well edited, and esoteric Shi’ite terms and concepts are adequately explained.

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