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Jihad : the trail of political Islam / Gilles Kepel ; translated by Anthony F. Roberts
Bib ID 1699182
Format BookBook
Author
Kepel, Gilles
 
Description Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002 
viii, 454 p. : maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0674008774
Full contents
  • Pt. I. Expansion
  • 1. A Cultural Revolution
  • 2. Islam in the Late 1960s
  • 3. Building Petro-Islam on the Ruins of Arab Nationalism
  • 4. Islamism in Egypt, Malaysia, and Pakistan
  • 5. Khomeini's Revolution and Its Legacy
  • 6. Jihad in Afghanistan and Intifada in Palestine
  • 7. Islamization in Algeria and the Sudan
  • 8. The Fatwa and the Veil in Europe
  • Pt. II. Decline
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

English

Subjects Islam and politics.  |  Jihad.  |  Islam - 20th century.
Other authors/contributors Roberts, Anthony F

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