5 edition of Democratic values in the Muslim world found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Moataz A. Fattah.|
|LC Classifications||JQ1852.A91 F38 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005029753|
Democratic Values in the Muslim World Democratic Values in the Muslim World Sarfati, Yusuf Sttle: University of Washington Press, xiii + pp., $ (cloth), $ (paper) In their attempt to formulate alternatives to traditional analytical categories eeped in often anachroniic conceptions of rigid territorialities, udies taking ss as their framework of inquiry. In the wake of the revoluti0n and July military takeover, Egyptians still support the concept of democracy, believe democratic values are important and prefer democratic governance. But, there are some signs that their enthusiasm for democracy is slipping, and that stability and a strong leader are becoming greater priorities.
By the Democratic Order of Islam, I mean the directives of Islam to respect the beliefs, books, and worship places of other religions. Quran says in Chapter Verse No. 6: “For you is your. Islam and Democracy Muslim world residents see no conflict between religious principles and democratic values by Dalia Mogahed, Executive Director, The Gallup Center for Muslim Studies & Geneive Abdo, Senior Analyst, The Gallup Center for Muslim Studies Islam in politics has been asserted in many countries in the Muslim world through democratic.
The terms Muslim world and Islamic world commonly refer to the Islamic community (), consisting of all those who adhere to the religion of Islam, or to societies where Islam is practiced. In a modern geopolitical sense, these terms refer to countries where Islam is widespread, although there are no agreed criteria for inclusion. The term Muslim-majority countries is an alternative often used. There is a struggle for the hearts and minds of Muslims unfolding across the Islamic world. The conflict pits Muslims who support pluralism and democracy against others who insist such institutions are antithetical to Islam. With some billion people worldwide professing Islam, the outcome of this contest is sure to be one of the defining political events of the twenty-first century.
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Democratic Values in the Muslim World has benefited from a survey of 31, Muslim respondents from 32 countries through interviews, Internet-based correspondence and sample surveys. Among the countries surveyed, those of the EU, USA and India are not strictly within the commonly defined Muslim regions of the world yet include sizeable Muslim.
Is Islam compatible with democracy. Despite the seemingly endless debate on this issue, Moataz Fattah's study is a rare investigation of actual Muslim beliefs about democracy across numerous and diverse Islamic societies.
Fattah's survey analysis of more t Muslims in 34 countries (including 3 countries in which Muslims live as minorities), enhanced by focus group discussions.
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In Chapter 3, the collected data are analyzed to discern the impact of demographic factors: income, education, age, and gender. The effects of 4 Democratic Values in the Muslim World.
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Within a few years. A number of different attitudes regarding democracy are also represented among the general Muslim public, with polls indicating that majorities in the Muslim world desire a political model where democratic institutions and values can coexist with the values and principles of Islam, seeing no contradiction between the two.
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Democratic Values in Muslim World by Moataz A. Fattah. Democratic Values in the Muslim World Yusuf Sarfati The analysis in the book is primarily based on a public opinion survey with a sample size of 31, that covers thirty-two Muslim-majority countries across the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia and minority Muslim communities in the United States, the European Union (EU), and India.
Moataz A. Fattah, Democratic values in the Muslim world Article in Contemporary Islam 5(1) April with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'. It is a book that should prove both rewarding and congenial to the Muslim reader."â S.
Parvez Manzor, Muslim World Book Review "By bringing his thoughts together in this clear, concise and. Islam from its very outset advocated for complete freedom, justice and democratic values.
Many are quick to point out that today, many Islamic nations seem to. Myunghee Kim recounts the World Values Survey which found that “Muslims and members from other religions give about the same support for democratic ideals and leadership.”22 She also conducted her own research to test the plausibility of assuming that religious commitments will have an effect on democratic attitudes.
The Democracy Index is an index compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a UK-based intends to measure the state of democracy in countries, of which are sovereign states and are UN member states. The index was first published inwith updates forand later years.
The index is based on 60 indicators grouped in five different categories. The Koran, the holy book of Islam, contains a number of ideas that some Islamic scholars say support democratic ideals. One is shura, or consultative decision making. The other is ijma, or the. On the other hand, Quilliam describes itself as the world’s first counter-extremism organisation which challenges extremism to foster a shared sense of belonging and to advance liberal democratic values.
In his Facebook apology, Nawaz said: “My dearest Muslim Ummah, this is my apology to you all.With the rise of free-thinking youth and exposure to new ways of interpreting Islam, a secularized and modernized Islam adapted to modern democratic principles must emerge. Second, the Arab world needs egalitarian economic development that distances itself from tribal, clannish, and centralizing hegemonic models and seeks to build a strong.In modern Islam, Sunnis and Shia continue to have different views of acceptable schools of Islamic jurisprudence, and who is a proper Islamic religious authority.
Islam also has an active mystical branch, Sufism, with various Sunni and Shia subsets. Sunni Islam accounts for over 75% of the world's Muslim .