amodern history of the islamic world
The Islamic world - those countries where Islam is the dominant or most important religion - encompasses territories as far apart as Morocco, Indonesia, Somalia and Bosnia, and includes an extraordinarily diverse range of societies and cultures. Charting the 20th-century history of these societies, this book examines both what they have in common and their equally profound differences.
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Islamic Culture and Colonial Modernism 19001920
The Nation State and Constitutionalism
The Years of War 19091919
The Period of Revolts 19191923
Bourgeois Nationalism and Political Independence 19201939
The World Economic Crisis and the New Islamic Movements
The Period of Restoration 19391958
The Decline of Third World Republicanism
The Ascendancy of Islamic Ideologies 19731989
Ethnicity and the Completion of Islamic Ideologies
Anni Horribiles in the Islamic World 19791989
Islamic Culture and Civil Society 19891993
The End of the Hope For Islamic Sovereignty
Islamic Culture and Civil Society 19891998
An Arab or an Islamic Nation?
The Liberal Decade or the Revolt Against the Old System
Islamic Culture and ThirdWorld Republicanism 195673
The Culture of National Liberation
The Islamic Bloc and the Beginning of Saudi Hegemony
Afghanistan Ahmad al-Din al-Islam Algerian Arab army Ba'th Basmachi Beirut British Cairo caliphate cent century civil concept conflict coup economic Egypt Egyptian elites established ethnic European Faisal formed French global Hijaz Husain ideologies independent India Indonesia Iran Iranian Iraq Iraqi Islamic countries Islamic culture Islamic discourse Islamic groups Islamic intellectuals Islamic political Islamic public Islamic societies Islamic world Islamists Istanbul lamic leader League Lebanon liberation Libya Mecca military mixed areas modernism Muhammad Muslim Brotherhood Muslim Brothers Najd national culture nationalists neo-Salafiya organization Ottoman Empire Pakistan Palestine Palestinian parties Pashtuns political public population radical rebels regime regions religion represented Republic republican revolution revolutionary Rida Russian Sa'ud Salafiya Saudi Arabia Sayyid Sayyid Qutb Shi'i social socialist sovereignty specif1c Sultan Syria tion tradition tribal tribes tried troops Turkish ulama union urban nationalists Wahhabi Yemen