Modern Islamic Movements - Muhammad Mumtaz Ali

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Title: Islam: The Future Civilization

Author: Muhammad Mumtaz Ali

Publisher: A S Noordeen (Malaysia)

Binding: Paperback 306 pages

Description from the publisher

This book argues that the Islamic movements are comprehenive, holistic, universally relevant and pervasive. The basic argument of the Islamic movement is the performance of the vicegerency which includes not only the socio-political and economic dimension but also intellectual and scientific aspects.

It is contended that the Islamic movements poses an real alternative to the present and future because they possess enough potential to generate inellectual revolution and bring socio-political change.

The book deals with few movements including Wahabism, Banna's and Mawdudi's.

Nevertheless, the book also indetifies shortcomings of the Islamic movements and suggests constructive measuresto overcome them.

Machine generated contents note: I.NATURE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF MODERN  
   ISLAMIC MOVEMENTS v
   Introduction vii
   Muhammad Mumtaz Ali
   II.CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC RESURGENCE AND
   ITS HISTORICAL BACKGROUND 1
   1.Islamic Renaissance in Contemporary Society 3
   Ismail Al-Faruqi
   2.The Historical Roots of the Contemporary Islamic
   Renaissance: Some Reflections on Wahhabiyyah
   and Sanusiyyah 18
   Zafar Ishaq Ansari
   III.MODELS OF ISLAMIC MOVEMENTS 29
   3.Bediuzzaman's Model for Islamic Renaissance 31
   S.Kurter, O.Birge
   4.Approaches to Muslim Reawakening:
   Al-Banna's Approach 42
   Jamal A.Badawi
   5.Mawdudi's Model for Islamic Revival 57
   Khurshid Ahmad
   IV.ISSUES AND CHALLENGES 77
   6.Islamic Resurgence: Challenges, Directions,and
   Future Perspectives 79
   Khurshid Ahmad
   7.Towards Regeneration: Shifting Priorities in
   Islamic Movement 100
   Muhammad Nejatullah Siddiqi
   8.Islamic Movements as Agent of Social Change:
   Framework for Analysis 136
   Anis Ahmad
   9.Missing Dimensions in Contemporary Islamic
   Movements 156
   Taha Jabir al-Alwani
   10.Human Rights and Islamic Revivalism 178
   Walid Saif
   11.The Role of Women in the Islamic
   Renaissance 195
   Suad al-Fatih al-Badawi
   V.CASE STUDIES 209
   12.Islamic Movement in the'90s:
   Vision and Strategy in Malaysia 211
   Siddiq Fadil
   13.Islamic Movement in the Sudan:
   Issues and Challenges 234
   Zakaria Bashier
   14.Islamic Movement in the West:
   Reflections on Some Issues 266
   Khurram Murad.

 

 

 

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