Islamitiese politieke kultuur, Demokrasie, en Menseregte

Daniel E. Prys

Dit is aangevoer dat die Islam fasiliteer outoritarisme, contradicts the

values of Western societies, and significantly affects important political outcomes

in Muslim nations. Gevolglik, geleerdes, kommentators, and government

officials frequently point to ‘‘Islamic fundamentalism’’ as the next

ideological threat to liberal democracies. hierdie siening, egter, is based primarily

on the analysis of texts, Islamitiese politieke teorie, and ad hoc studies

of individual countries, wat nie oorweeg ander faktore. It is my contention

that the texts and traditions of Islam, soos dié van ander godsdienste,

gebruik kan word om 'n verskeidenheid van politieke stelsels en beleid te ondersteun. Country

specific and descriptive studies do not help us to find patterns that will help

us explain the varying relationships between Islam and politics across the

countries of the Muslim world. vandaar, 'n nuwe benadering tot die studie van die

verband tussen Islam en die politiek is 'n beroep vir.
Ek stel voor, deur middel van streng evaluering van die verhouding tussen Islam,

demokrasie, en menseregte by die kruis-nasionale vlak, that too much

emphasis is being placed on the power of Islam as a political force. I first

use comparative case studies, which focus on factors relating to the interplay

between Islamic groups and regimes, ekonomiese invloede, etniese gleufies,

en maatskaplike ontwikkeling, to explain the variance in the influence of

Islam on politics across eight nations.

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Filed Under: EgipteBesteJordaanJordaanse MBLibanonMoslem BroederskapNuwe Sufi BewegingsStudies & OndersoekSiriëSiriese MBTunisië

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