Islam and the West Post 9/11

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Pub. Date: 2004-12-28
Publisher(s): Routledge
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Summary

This book offers a chance for greater understanding of the political and religious groups in Islam that have contributed to events pre and post September 11th, and clearer insights into Muslim/Christian relations today. Many books have focused on the events of September 11th but have been primarily journalistic. This book draws together both Muslim and non-Muslim scholars who have been studying Christian/Muslim relations for many years. They assess the impact of 9/11 on Islamophobia and antipathy towards Muslims. Providing insights into various multi-cultural communities whose relations with Islam have been affected, the authors look particularly at regions where there are large minority Muslim communities (US and UK) and large minority non-Muslim communities (Indonesia and Nigeria).Assessing a number of issues impacting upon the teaching of Islam, this book allows readers to assess the consequences of the event and develop a more critical understanding of its implications.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors
vii
Foreword xi
Introduction
1(12)
Ron Geaves
Theodore Gabriel
PART I: THEORETICAL ISSUES
Is Islam against the West?
13(14)
Theodore Gabriel
Self-critical Children of Abraham? Roots of Violence and Extremism in Judaism, Christianity and Islam
27(24)
John J. Shepherd
The Finality of the Qur'an and the Contemporary Politics of Nations
51(11)
Kenneth Cragg
Who Defines Moderate Islam 'post'-September 11?
62(15)
Ron Geaves
PART II: THE CASE STUDIES
The Evolution of American Muslim Responses to 9/11
77(20)
Marcia Hermansen
The Shaping of a Moderate North American Islam: Between 'Mufti' Bush and 'Ayatollah' Ashcroft
97(18)
Yvonne Haddad
The Impact of 9/11 on British Muslim Identity
115(15)
Dilwar Hussein
Endemically European or a European Epidemic? Islamophobia in a post 9/11 Europe
130(16)
Christopher Allen
Shari'ah Sanctions and State Enforcement: A Nigerian Islamic Debate and an Intellectual Critique
146(20)
Lamin Sanneh
Perspectives on Radical Islamic Education in Contemporary Indonesia: Major Themes and Characteristics of Abu Bakar Ba'asyir's Teachings
166(28)
Muhammad Sirozi
Israel as a focus for the Anger of Muslims Against the West
194(16)
Colin Chapman
Conclusion
210(10)
Jane Idleman Smith
Index 220

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