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Revolutionary ideology and Islamic militancy
|Series||International library of Iranian studies -- 13, International library of Iranian studies -- 13.|
|LC Classifications||DS318.81 .L347 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||2009464069|
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Revolutionary Ideology and Islamic Militancy delineates the different ways in which the Quran was used to mobilize action inand in so doing provides a context for understanding today’s Islamist by: 4. The author briefly discusses Samuel Huntington's book `The Clash of Civilizations' and how it relates to the study of Islamic Revolutionary ideology.
The author argues that Osama bin Laden, while being a fervent Muslim, mistakenly perceived that the Quran promotes militant jihad against those who are not actively engaged in war against Islam.4/5.
Revolutionary ideology and Islamic militancy: the Iranian revolution and interpretations of the Quran. [Najibullah Lafraie] and revolutionary ideology --The ideology of revolution in the Holy Quran --Revolutionary ideology in the works of Imam Khomeini --Revolutionary ideology in the works of Ayatollah Taleqani --Revolutionary ideology in.
Revolutionary Ideology and Islamic Militancy: The Iranian Revolution and Interpretations of the Quran, Najibullah Lafraie, International Library of Iranian Studies, vol.
13, London: Tauris Author: Moojan Momen. Get this from a library. Revolutionary ideology and Islamic militancy: the Iranian revolution and interpretations of the Quran. [Najibullah Lafraie] -- "The 'war on terror' tends to circumscribe crucial developments in the Islamic world within a narrow definition of 'Islamic terrorism'.
This partial and incomplete perspective fails to comprehend the. Revolutionary Ideology and Islamic Militancy: The Iranian Revolution and Interpretations of the Quran, Najibullah Lafraie, International Library of Iranian This book, then, is an insider view of Islamic revolutionary ideology.
It is much better than most such insider accounts in that it is clear and systematic. Although. Unlike the Iranian army that protects Iran’s borders, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is mandated by Iran’s constitution to pursue “an ideological mission of jihad in God’s way; that is extending sovereignty of God’s law throughout the world.” 1 Iran (Islamic Republic of)’s Constitution of with Amendments throughConstitute Project, https://www.
By unpacking these discourses, Lafraie develops and refines the concept of a 'Quranic' revolutionary ideology. Revolutionary Ideology and Islamic Militancy delineates the different ways in which the Quran was used to mobilise action inand in so doing provides a context for understanding today's Islamist movements.
The ideology of militant, extremist Islamism emanates from two main sources, one is the Saudi Kingdom, which is of course Sunni and somewhat more fluid and flexible in its interpretation of Islam (albeit that al-Qaeda was born of the disaffected Saudi Osama bin-Laden) than the other which is The Islamic Republic of Iran.
The ideology of the Iranian Revolution has been called a "complex combination" of nationalism, political populism, and Shia Islamic "religious radicalism". The Iranian revolution expresses itself in the language of Islam, that is to say, as a democratic movement with a religious leadership, a religiously formulated critique of the old order, and religiously expressed plans for the new.
Michael axworthy's Revolutionary Iran is a condensed narration of the period between the constitutional revolution of until the islamic revolution offollowed by a more detailed analysis of the islamic regime and it's functioning that tries to hold the seemingly centrifugal principles of Islam and democracy together and has so far /5.
Dr Lafraie's research interests are in International Relations, Islam and politics, Islamic militancy, and Afghanistan politics. His publications include Revolutionary ideology and Islamic Militancy: The Iranian Revolution and Interpretations of the Quran (Tauris Academic Studies, ); several book chapters, and articles published in high.
Ayman Al-Zawahiri: The Ideologue of Modern Islamic Militancy Youssef H. Aboul-Enein March The Counterproliferation Papers Series was established by the USAF Counterproliferation Center to provide information and analysis to assist the understanding of the U.S. national security policy-makers and USAF.
Islamic terrorism is the common term for violence, rooted on Islamic fundamentalism, and aimed at defending, or even promoting, Islamic culture, society, and values in opposition to the political, allegedly imperialistic, and cultural influences of non.
A major turning point was the use of Islamist zealots to combat the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. The seven-member mujahideen alliance, sponsored by the US, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, other Arab. This book proposes a common framework and definition of "Militant Islamist Ideology" to be considered by all ranks within the U.S.
military. It seeks to define the differences between Islam, Islamist, and Militant Islamist, with the objective of disaggregating the immediate threat posed by Militant Islamist groups, and disaggregating them from Islamists and Islam/5.
Shia political ideology underwent a signi cant transformation in the late s and early s. Khomeini, who later became the leader of the Islamic Revolution, reinterpreted the Shia political thought and proposed a novel Islamic theory of state: The Guardianship of the by: 1.
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From their ideology, revolutionary tendencies can be applied to predict possible actions that may be taken during a revolution. For example, a communist group is likely to create a bureaucratic government based on the lower class, which could be effective at quick mass- mobilization in.
Garner, Ferdinand & Lawson: Introduction to Politics 2e Box The rise of Al Qaeda and Islamic militancy. Islamic radicalism and militancy, which is deeply intertwined with politics in the Middle East region, has been on the rise since at least the s, although the essential background to these developments can be traced back much further.
The best way to understand Iran’s foreign policy is to imagine a matrix with three competing elements—Islamic ideology, national interests, and factional politics—all constantly at.
The fifth session of the Iran Working Group, jointly organized by the Saban Center for Middle East Policy and the United States Institute of Peace, was held on Novemat the Brookings Start Date: Much of the scholarly work on the Islamic State 1 has focused on explaining its rise, identifying how it might be confronted or defeated, and understanding its ideology and political practices.
2 At times, this scholarly literature has confronted a tendency in media coverage and political rhetoric to exaggerate the threat that ISIS poses to the United States Author: Brian Mello. A major new and definitive work by the author of Iran: Empire of the MindAyatollah Khomeini's return to Tehran in February was a key moment in post-War international politics.
A large, well-populated and wealthy state suddenly committed itself to a quite new path: a revolution based on the supremacy of Islam and contempt for both over 30 4/5(1). The ideology of the Islamic Revolution is more than just the concept of velayat-e faqih, the system of clerical guardianship that sees Iran’s supreme leader above the whole system of government.
In Khomeini’s worldview, people were divided into oppressed and oppressors, and Islam was the answer to protect the former from the latter. This. The Second Mayflower—first published inand twice updated since—is Swanson’s metaphor for the future.
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In revolutions, even more than in other forms of political activity, there is an element of theater. This is evidenced by the almost universal use of such words as drama, stage, scene, role, even actor, in speaking of revolutionary events.
Revolutionaries are, of course, conscious of this dramatic element. Some indeed, Karl Marx among [ ]. Other scholars have used the terms ‘political Islam’, ‘activist Islam’, and ‘Islamic militancy’. Martin Kramer points out that the term Islamism migrated to the Anglophone world from France (i.e., the French term Islamisme) in the late s and early s, particularly as French scholars attempted to grapple with the global Author: Tamir Bar-On.
The revolutionary ideology is implicitly hostile to the life of the state. The people believe that they have a right to disobey whatever law displeases them. Freud's id knows no law outside its will; Darwin's evolutionary force recognizes no higher law; and the modern temper had a notable expression in Paris, in the s, when rebellious.
revolutionary ideology combining radical nationalism and non-Marxist social- ism’ and ‘Islamism’ s principal enemy is W estern secularism,’ it w ould be ‘ab- surd’ to ‘charact erise Author: Tamir Bar-On. Students from Islamic madrassas (seminaries) chant anti-U.S., and pro-Taliban slogans as one of them carries a photograph of suspected terrorist leader Osama bin Laden during a rally, September Jason Burke has been one of the foremost front-line reporters on Islamic militancy for almost two decades, reporting from throughout the Middle East and South Asia.
His bestselling book Al-Qaeda: The True Story of Radical Islam overturned a multitude of misconceptions about Islamic extremism and rapidly established itself as the most accurate.
T he Islamic Republic of Iran that emerged from the revolution of has lasted quite well. Thirty years on, and better late than never, Iran is a more prosperous country than under the Pahlavi. In No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam, Reza Aslan chronicles the development of Islam from its unpromising beginnings into a force to be reckoned with worldwide.
A two-page chronology marks key events from the birth of the Prophet Muhammad in up to Al-Qaeda’s attack on New York and Washington in (pp.
xxxi-xxxii). Faith Healer Religious historian Reza Aslan calls for a return to Islam’s tradition of tolerance than it is to non-Muslims and that the only way to defeat an ideology of Islamic Puritanism. Why I Became an Islamic Fundamentalist, What I Saw Inside, and Why I Left.
Author: Ed Husain; Publisher: Penguin ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The true story of one man's journey to Islamic fundamentalism and back Raised in a devout but quiet Muslim community in London, at sixteen Ed Husain was. Most foreign governments, however, refer to it as the Islamic revolutionary guard corps – a force that, 38 years later, has become a key player both inside Iran and across the.
A top adviser at the Joint Intelligence Task Force for Combating Terrorism argues that winning the war against Militant Islamists requires a more nuanced understanding of their ideology.
His book is among the first attempts to deconstruct and marginalize al-Qaida ideology using Islamic based arguments. By clearly defining the differences between Islam, Islamist.
Religious Terrorism T errorism in the name of religion has become the predominant model for political violence in the modern world.
This is not to suggest that it is the only model because nationalism and ideology remain as potent catalysts for extremist behavior.
However, religious extremism has become a central issue for the global Size: KB. Revolutionary Ideology and Islamic Militancy: The Iranian Revolution and Interpretations of the Quran (International Library of Iranian Studies 13) de Lafraie, Najibullah y una gran selección de libros, arte y artículos de colección disponible en.
ism". The ideology (or the variations of it) that came to power in Iran in /80 together with the political followers of Khomeini, helped them expand and maintain their power, and eventually became the IRI's sole state ideology, I will call "Iranian-Islamic .This paper presents a narrative history of Iranian revolutionary ideology and its evolving impact on foreign policy.
It looks at this history primary through the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, an institution established after the revolution and designed to defend the Islamic political order in Iran as well as oppressed Muslims abroad. The.Military Power and the Making of the Islamic Republic.
This study examines the construction of a new political order in post-revolutionary Iran through the prism of its revolutionary armed forces. I specifically explore the place of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) in this process, and focus on its role in.