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Islam and the Making of State Power

Islam and the Making of State Power

In 1979 General Muhammad Zia ul-Haq, the military ruler of Pakistan, declared that Pakistan would become an Islamic state. Islamic values and norms would serve as the foundation of national identity, law, economy, and social relations, and would inspire all policy making.

The Islamization of Pakistan

The Islamization of Pakistan

Since 2007, Paquistão, though not on the verge of becoming a failed state, nonetheless has been gripped by a series of interrelated crises. As the contributors to this volume demonstrate, Pakistan’s current travails have deep and tangled historical roots.

The Muslim Brotherhood of Jordan and Jama’at-i-Islam of Pakistan

The Muslim Brotherhood of Jordan and Jama’at-i-Islam of Pakistan

The study of Islamist activism is new to social movement theory. Social
movement scholarship has ignored Islamist movements because of their unique faithbased
nature.

Islamic Movements and the Use of Violence:

Islamic Movements and the Use of Violence:

Despite recent academic and popular focus on violent transnational Islamic terrorist networks,there is a multiplicity of Islamic movements. This multiplicity presents scholars with two puzzles.

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