Voices of Resurgent Islam

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  • CONTRIBUTORS ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • INTRODUCTION Islam and Muslim Politics 3
  • Notes 14
  • I UNDERSTANDING ISLAMIC IDENTITY 17
  • ONE American Perceptions of Islam 18
  • Notes 30
  • TWO Renewal and Reform in Islamic History: Tajdid and Islah 32
  • Notes 45
  • THREE Islam and the Search for Identity in the Arab World 48
  • Notes 60
  • II PIONEERS OF THE ISLAMIC RESURGENCE 63
  • FOUR Sayyid Qutb: Ideologue of Islamic Revival 67
  • Notes 94
  • FIVE Mawdudi and the Islamic State 99
  • Notes 131
  • SIX Qaddafi's Islam 134
  • Notes 148
  • SEVEN Imam Khomeini: Four Levels of Understanding 150
  • Notes 171
  • EIGHT Muhammad Iqbal and the Islamic State 175
  • Notes 189
  • NINE Ali Shariati: Ideologue of the Iranian Revolution 191
  • Notes 213
  • III MUSLIM PERSPECTIVES ON A RESURGENT ISLAM 215
  • TEN The Nature of the Islamic Resurgence 218
  • Notes 229
  • ELEVEN Islam--Society and Change 230
  • TWELVE The Islamic State 241
  • THIRTEEN Democracy and the Modern Islamic State 252
  • FOURTEEN Islam and Zionism 261
  • Note 267
  • FIFTEEN The Islamic Approach to Economic Development 268
  • SIXTEEN The Islamic Resurgence: Prospects and Implications 277
  • Selective Glossary 293
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