Islamic Government

Governance of the Jurist
Author: N.A
Publisher: Alhoda UK
ISBN: 9789643354992
Category: Iran
Page: 139
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Islam in Transition

Muslim Perspectives
Author: John J. Donohue,John L. Esposito
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195174311
Category: Religion
Page: 512
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9/11 and various acts of global terrorism from Madrid to Bali have challenged the understanding of academic experts, students, and policymakers, Muslims and non-Muslims. Critical questions have been raised about Islam and Muslim politics in the modern world. This work includes materials with representative selections from diverse Muslim voices.

Hezbollah: From Islamic Resistance to Government

From Islamic Resistance to Government
Author: James Worrall,Simon Mabon,Gordon Clubb
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440831351
Category: Political Science
Page: 200
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This detailed analysis follows the rise and evolution of Hezbollah from an Islamic resistance movement to its role as a governing force in Lebanon, exploring the group's impact on the security and power dynamics in the Middle East. • Features maps, organizational charts, and a timeline of events • Traces Hezbollah's journey from a resistance organization to its current position of power within Lebanese politics • Presents summaries of major attacks and biographies of prominent members • Discusses Iranian-inspired Shi'a activism and financing activities • Includes an overview of the leaders, support, recruiting strategies, and attacks

Islamic Macroeconomics

A Model for Efficient Government, Stability and Full Employment
Author: Raja M. Almarzoqi,Walid Mansour,Noureddine Krichene
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351589490
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 208
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Islamic Macroeconomics proposes an Islamic model that offers significant prospects for economic growth and durable macroeconomic stability, and which is immune to the defects of the economic models prevailing both in developed and developing countries. An Islamic model advocates a limited government confined to its natural duties of defence, justice, education, health, infrastructure, regulation, and welfare of the vulnerable population. It prohibits interest-based debt and money, and requires full liberalization of all markets including labor, financial, commodity, trade, and foreign exchange markets. The government should be Sharia-compliant in its taxation power and regulatory intervention; it ought to reduce unproductive spending in favor of productive spending. This book is essential reading for students and academics of Islamic economics and finance, economists, practitioners, and researchers.

Islam and Revolution

Writings and Declarations of Imam Khomeini (1941-1980)
Author: Imam Khomeini
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 148354754X
Category: Political Science
Page: 460
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This unprecedented collection in English of notable works by Imam Khomeini, ranging in date from 1941 to 1980, makes it possible for non-Iranians to become directly acquainted with his ideas and to examine the convictions that underlay his indomitable mien. He was undeniably one of the most important figures of the age, not only for his roles as principal strategist of a successful revolutionary movement and supervisor of the Islamic order it ushered in, but also for his unhesitating promotion of what he saw as a global Islamic mission -- the union of all Muslim peoples.

Islamic Government


Author: A.H. Qasmi
Publisher: Gyan Publishing House
ISBN: 9788182054820
Category: Islam and state
Page: 342
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This is a mini encyclopaedia of Islamic governments around the globe. It deals with the Islamic concept of state starting from Caliphate, system of Islamic governance, morals, charter for governance, believers, rights, non-believers rights, seat of power, no-war tact, possession of Mecca and law and order etc.

Islamic government and the revolution in Iran


Author: Yaḥyá Nūrī
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780946706259
Category: Political Science
Page: 74
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Foundations of Islamic Governance

A Southeast Asian Perspective
Author: Maszlee Malik
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1315414643
Category: Political Science
Page: 294
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The aim of this book is to explore and analyze the Islamic axioms, foundation principles and values underpinning the field of governance in an attempt to construct the architectonics of a new systemic and dynamic theory and formulate the articulation of ‘Islamic governance’. This discursive and abstract, rather than being an empirical exercise, assumes to produce a ‘good governance’ framework within its own formulation through a value-shaped dynamic model according to maqasid al-Shari’ah (higher objective of Shari’ah) by going beyond the narrow remit of classical and contemporary discussions produced on the topic, which propose a certain institutional model of governance based on the classical juristic (fiqh) method. Through an exclusive analytical discursive approach in this book, readers will find that Islam as one of the major religions in the contemporary world with the claim of promising the underpinning principles and philosophical foundations of worldly affairs and institutions through a micro method of producing homoIslamicus could contribute towards development of societies by establishing a unique model of governance from its explicit ontological worldview through a directed descriptive epistemology.

Muslim Mafia

Inside the Secret Underworld That's Conspiring to Islamize America
Author: P. David Gaubatz,Paul E. Sperry
Publisher: WND Books
ISBN: 1935071106
Category: Political Science
Page: 422
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As part of an undercover operation, Gaubatz and his team revealed a well-funded conspiracy to destroy American society and promote radical Islam.

The Ideal Islamic Government

As expounded by the Leader of the Faithful Ali ibn Abi Talib (a.s.)
Author: Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi
Publisher: Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania
ISBN: 9976956630
Category: Civil rights
Page: 34
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The Principles of State and Government in Islam


Author: Muhammad Asad
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: N.A
Category: Constitutional history
Page: 107
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Islamic Government

Governance of the Jurist
Author: Ayatullah Ruhullah Khomeini
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781494871925
Category: Religion
Page: 166
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This book is one of the many Islamic publications distributed by Ahlulbayt Organization throughout the world in different languages with the aim of conveying the message of Islam to the people of the world.You may read this book carefully and should you be interested to have further study on such publications you can contact us through www.shia.es Naturally, if we find you to be a keen and energetic reader we shall give you a deserving response in sending you some other publications of this Organization.

Islamic Political Thought and Governance


Author: Abdullah Saeed
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780415498685
Category: Islam and politics
Page: 1680
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Islam has had a significant impact on world history, not only as a major religion that has directed the personal beliefs and actions of individuals, but also as the basis of a distinct system of government that has developed its own institutions, practices and philosophies. This new Routledge Major Work collection is concerned with the development of political thought in Islam. By political thought is meant, broadly, the study and interpretation of Islamic political culture, ideas, beliefs, and institutions; the contribution of key political theorists and authorities to the understanding or practice of governance; what people and groups believed about political authority and institutions and their political convictions; and how politics in the Islamic world has related to and interacted with other disciplines, such as religion, law, ethics, and philosophy. Although contemporary issues in Islamic political thought are very much in the public focus at the moment, this set also focuses on the history and development of Islamic political theories and thought, from their inception until the twentieth century. Political thought in the Muslim world is connected to its history and by understanding the past, those who study contemporary political thought will have a better grounding to understand current and future developments. Moreover, understanding how Islamic political thought developed also helps shed light on the political thought of other civilizations, such as Western political thought. Political thought in Islam did not develop in isolationâe"it responded to and interacted with the political institutions and theories of other civilizations throughout history.

Revolutionary Iran

A History of the Islamic Republic
Author: Michael Axworthy
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199322279
Category: History
Page: 512
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In Revolutionary Iran, Michael Axworthy guides us through recent Iranian history from shortly before the 1979 Islamic revolution through the summer of 2009, when Iranians poured into the streets of Tehran by the hundreds of thousands, demanding free, democratic government. Axworthy explains how that outpouring of support for an end to tyranny in Iran paused and then moved on to other areas in the region like Egypt and Libya, leaving Iran's leadership unchanged. The Iranian Revolution of 1979 was a defining moment of the modern era. Its success unleashed a wave of Islamist fervor across the Middle East and signaled a sharp decline in the appeal of Western ideologies in the Islamic world. Axworthy takes readers through the major periods in Iranian history over the last thirty years: the overthrow of the old regime and the creation of the new one; the Iran-Iraq war; the reconstruction era following the war; the reformist wave led by Mohammed Khatami; and the present day, in which reactionaries have re-established control. Throughout, he emphasizes that the Iranian revolution was centrally important in modern history because it provided the world with a clear model of development that was not rooted in Western ideologies. Whereas the world's major revolutions of the previous two centuries had been fuelled by Western, secular ideologies, the Iranian Revolution drew its inspiration from Islam. Revolutionary Iran is both richly textured and from one of the leading authorities on the region; combining an expansive scope with the most accessible and definitive account of this epoch in all its humanity.

A Critical Introduction to Khomeini


Author: Arshin Adib-Moghaddam
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107012678
Category: History
Page: 346
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As the architect of the Iranian Revolution of 1979, Ayatollah Khomeini remains one of the most inspirational and enigmatic figures of the twentieth century. The revolution placed Iran at the forefront of Middle East politics and the Islamic revival. Twenty years after his death, Khomeini is revered as a spiritual and political figurehead in Iran and in large swathes of the Islamic world, while in the West he is remembered by many as a dictator and the instigator of Islamist confrontation. Arshin Adib-Moghaddam brings together distinguished and emerging scholars in this comprehensive volume, which covers all aspects of Khomeini's life and critically examines Khomeini the politician, the philosopher, and the spiritual leader, while considering his legacy in Iran and further afield in other parts of the Islamic world and the West. Written by scholars from varying disciplines, the book will prove invaluable to students and general readers interested in the life and times of Khomeini and the politics that he inspired.

Islam and Christianity in Medieval Anatolia


Author: A.C.S. Peacock,Bruno De Nicola
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317112687
Category: History
Page: 456
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Islam and Christianity in Medieval Anatolia offers a comparative approach to understanding the spread of Islam and Muslim culture in medieval Anatolia. It aims to reassess work in the field since the 1971 classic by Speros Vryonis, The Decline of Hellenism in Asia Minor and the Process of Islamization which treats the process of transformation from a Byzantinist perspective. Since then, research has offered insights into individual aspects of Christian-Muslim relations, but no overview has appeared. Moreover, very few scholars of Islamic studies have examined the problem, meaning evidence in Arabic, Persian and Turkish has been somewhat neglected at the expense of Christian sources, and too little attention has been given to material culture. The essays in this volume examine the interaction between Christianity and Islam in medieval Anatolia through three distinct angles, opening with a substantial introduction by the editors to explain both the research background and the historical problem, making the work accessible to scholars from other fields. The first group of essays examines the Christian experience of living under Muslim rule, comparing their experiences in several of the major Islamic states of Anatolia between the eleventh and fifteenth centuries, especially the Seljuks and the Ottomans. The second set of essays examines encounters between Christianity and Islam in art and intellectual life. They highlight the ways in which some traditions were shared across confessional divides, suggesting the existence of a common artistic and hence cultural vocabulary. The final section focusses on the process of Islamisation, above all as seen from the Arabic, Persian and Turkish textual evidence with special attention to the role of Sufism.

Rage Against the Veil

The Courageous Life and Death of an Islamic Dissident
Author: Parvin Darabi
Publisher: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 1615925783
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: N.A
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On February 21, 1994, a gesticulating and screaming woman entered a crowded public square in Tehran, removed her government-mandated veil and full coat, poured gasoline on her body and lit herself on fire. The crowd watched in horror as this woman, who had shouted, Death to tyranny! Long live freedom!, committed a slow, painful suicide in a last, desperate attempt to make the world aware of the slavelike conditions of women living in Iran.A shockwave was felt in the American medical and feminist communities as well as in the Iranian political regime when the media reported that the self-appointed martyr was well-respected Dr. Homa Darabi, a lifelong advocate of civil rights and the first Iranian ever to be accepted into the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Darabi had risen from a student activist to a civil rights leader and moved on to a brilliant career in medicine as a premier psychiatrist, teaching at the University of Tehran, and establishing the first clinic in Iran to treat children's mental disorders.Darabi's sister Parvin, an activist and writer since her immigration to California in 1964, was left with only questions the day her sister took her own life. And those questions led to a careful examination of Homa's life in the shadow of an oppressive Muslim regime, where the intelligent and outspoken Dr. Darabi courageously tried to make a difference.Masterful storytellers, Parvin, and her son, Romin P. Thomson, vividly recreate Homa's childhood in Iran in the politically tempestuous '50s and '60s-a time of limited resources, tensions, and religiously sanctioned child abuse. They remember Homa's early yearnings for justice; the battle for democracy during the Shah's regime; and her marriage, which began as a loving partnership and ended under Khomeini in disaster. They unflinchingly recount the stonings, beatings, rapes, and executions of women, all performed in the name of God-outrageous abuses that Dr. Homa Darabi tried to expose to the world through her own final act of desperation.If you care about basic human rights, this scathing indictment of contemporary oppression in Iran will enrage you.Parvin Darabi, a women's and minority rights activist and lecturer, is founder and president of the Dr. Homa Darabi Foundation, a nonprofit international human rights organization. The group defends the rights of women and children against religious, cultural, and social abuse.Romin P. Thomson is an attorney in San Jose and a writer.

History of Islamic Political Thought


Author: Antony Black
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748688781
Category: Philosophy
Page: 400
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Second edition of the history of Islamic political thought that traces its roots from early Islam to the current age of Fundamentalism (622 AD to 2010 AD).

Islamic Government

Governance of Jurisprudent
Author: Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeyni
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781410224927
Category: Religion
Page: 88
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CONTENTS:ForewordProof of Need for Forming GovernmentNeed for Executive AgenciesMethod of Great ProphetNeed for Continued Implementation of LawsIn Time of Amir of FaithfulTruth of Islamic Laws1. Financial Laws2. Defense Laws3. Laws on Strictures, Blood Money and PenaltiesNeed for Political RevolutionNeed for Islamic UnityNeed for Rescuing Persecuted and DeprivedNeed for Formation of Government in HadithIslamic System of GovernmentDistinction from Other Political SystemsQualifications of RulerRuler in Time of AbsenceRule of JurisprudentSubjective RuleNascent RuleGovernment Is Means for Achieving Sublime GoalsQualities of Ruler Who Achieves These GoalsRule of Jurisprudent Indicated by HadithSuccessors to Prophet Are Just JurisprudentsA Look at Text of this HadithOn Meaning of HadithJurisprudents Are Representatives of ProphetsAims of MessagesJurisprudents Are Representatives of Messengers in Leading Army, Managing Society, Defending Nation and Settling Disputes among PeopleLaw-abiding GovernmentWho Should Be Trusted with Judiciary TaskJudiciary Matters Are Concerns of Just JurisprudentsWho Is Authority on Events of LifePhrases from Venerable Koran?Umar ibn Hanzalah?s (Concurrence)Ban on Seeking Arbitration of Unjust RulersMoslem Ulema Are Authorities on All MattersOlema Appointed to RuleWere Ulema Dismissed from Position of Rule?Position of Ulema Always Preserved Qaddah?s VersionAbu Al-Bakhtari?s VersionOther ProofsProof from al-Ridawi JurisprudenceAnother ProofTuhaf al-?Uqul NarrationsPath of Struggle for Forming Islamic GovernmentMeetings for Spreading the PrinciplesNew ?Ashura?Long-range ResistanceReform of Religious AuthoritiesEliminating Traces of Intellectual and Moral Colonialist AggressionReforming Those Who Claim HolinessPurging Religious CentersExpel Jurisprudents of SultansDestroying Unjust Governments

Civil Islam

Muslims and Democratization in Indonesia
Author: Robert W. Hefner
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9781400823871
Category: Social Science
Page: 312
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Civil Islam tells the story of Islam and democratization in Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim nation. Challenging stereotypes of Islam as antagonistic to democracy, this study of courage and reformation in the face of state terror suggests possibilities for democracy in the Muslim world and beyond. Democratic in the early 1950s and with rich precedents for tolerance and civility, Indonesia succumbed to violence. In 1965, Muslim parties were drawn into the slaughter of half a million communists. In the aftermath of this bloodshed, a "New Order" regime came to power, suppressing democratic forces and instituting dictatorial controls that held for decades. Yet from this maelstrom of violence, repressed by the state and denounced by conservative Muslims, an Islamic democracy movement emerged, strengthened, and played a central role in the 1998 overthrow of the Soeharto regime. In 1999, Muslim leader Abdurrahman Wahid was elected President of a reformist, civilian government. In explaining how this achievement was possible, Robert Hefner emphasizes the importance of civil institutions and public civility, but argues that neither democracy nor civil society is possible without a civilized state. Against portrayals of Islam as inherently antipluralist and undemocratic, he shows that Indonesia's Islamic reform movement repudiated the goal of an Islamic state, mobilized religiously ecumenical support, promoted women's rights, and championed democratic ideals. This broadly interdisciplinary and timely work heightens our awareness of democracy's necessary pluralism, and places Indonesia at the center of our efforts to understand what makes democracy work.