Islam and the West: Conflict or Cooperation?

@inproceedings{Saikal2003IslamAT,
  title={Islam and the West: Conflict or Cooperation?},
  author={Amin Saikal},
  year={2003}
}
  • A. Saikal
  • Published 17 April 2003
  • Political Science
The best ebooks about Islam And The West Conflict Or Cooperation that you can get for free here by download this Islam And The West Conflict Or Cooperation and save to your desktop. This ebooks is under topic such as islam and the west: narratives of conflict and conflict religion and cooperation between civilizations islamic and human rights conflicts between islam and the west the state of west-islamic relations the church and christian-muslim collaboration in west measuring the state of… 

The Export of Islamic Revolution in Iran and Its Threat for the US, the Soviet Union, and Arab Countries

The relationships between Islam and the West have become an important issue in the international world until today. Islam and Muslim countries are part of the factors which influenced the political

Religious Conflicts in the Middle East: Christianity Versus Islam and Sunni Versus Shiite

  • D. S. KwanF. Yu
  • Political Science
    Contemporary Issues in International Political Economy
  • 2019
This chapter explains religious and political conflicts in the Middle East. It focuses on two major themes, namely, (1) Christianity versus Islam and (2) Muslims against Muslims (Sunni versus

Islamism, the Iranian Revolution and the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan

The Cold War profoundly affected the fate of many states; Iran and Afghanistan were two which particularly felt its effects. Their domestic and foreign-policy settings were influenced by the onset of

State, religion and democracy in the Sultanate of Oman

The extent to which the Middle East in general and the Gulf states in particular are willing and able to embrace more inclusive means of popular political participation has dominated the politics of

Blogging the other: representations of the Australian Islamic Diaspora

Recent events have seen an increased focus on Islam and Muslims throughout the world. In Western nations, this focus has often turned into fear and the demonisation of an 'other' that is regularly

The Selective Integration of Muslim Immigrant Women in the United States: Explaining Islam's Paradoxical Impact

This paper empirically examines the role of religion on immigrant integration outcomes. Specifically it focuses on Islam and tests the validity of the ‘clash of cultures’ hypothesis to find out

The resistible rise of Islamophobia

This article compares the rise of anti-Muslim racism in Britain and Australia, from 1989 to 2001, as a foundation for assessing the extent to which the upsurge of Islamophobia after 11 September was

The global spread of English and the teaching of English as a Foreign Language : perspectives from Western Muslim teachers of English as a Foreign Language in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The research showed that Western Muslim EFL teachers appropriate and claim ownership of the English language in a way that has not yet been addressed in the literature, and shows that language teaching issues are inextricably intertwined with broader issues such as religion, culture or politics.

Islamic vigilantism and women in social media

In Bangladesh, the number of cyber-citizens has been skyrocketing since the 2010s. Violence against women is also proliferating along with the presence of Islam in public spheres and discourses.

The politics of knowledge, epistemological occlusion and Islamic management and organization knowledge

This article argues that Islamic management and organization knowledge (MOK) is relatively under- and mis-represented in the literature. This conclusion is reached following a detailed literature