Political Islam in the Age of Democratization
The continued prominence of Islam in the struggle for democracy in the Muslim world has confounded Western democracy theorists who largely consider secularism a prerequisite for democratic transitions. Kamran Bokhari and Farid Senzai offer a comprehensive view of the complex nature of contemporary political Islam and its relationship to democracy.
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2 Understanding the Complexity of Political Islam
Democratization and Islamism
The Case of the Muslim Brotherhood
The Case of the Salafis
alQaeda and Transnational Jihadism
Taliban and Nationalist Jihadism
The Islamic Republic of Iran
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