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    Describes & compares history & evolution of Jama'at-i-Islami (Pakistan, founded in 1941) & Muslim Brotherhood (Egypt. 1928) & explains failure of first (elitist) & success of second (populist).

     After more than twelve centuries of existence, which included persecution at the hands of "crusading" medieval Christians and colonial domination by... more
    15 pages | 9 sources | 53 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Role & impact of fundamentalism in development of politics since 1980s, leadership, judicial system, terrorism.

    Any discussion of Islamic fundamentalism in today's Pakistan must be seen within a more general context typical of many modern Muslim states trying to... more
    8 pages | 7 sources | 14 citations | APA citation style

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    Focus on political reform in Egypt. Role of religion, liberalization of economy & failure. Also discusses Iraq.

    Political Change in Middle Eastern Nations Introduction Harik argues that the formation of a democratic government requires a democratic political cul... more
    8 pages | 8 sources | 36 citations | MLA citation style

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    Discusses various kinds of nationalist & ethnic identifications throughout the territory of Islam. Religious reformism. Shared vision of political community. Islamic view of state and religion as one. Political implications. Failure to meet economic needs. History of Islamism. Nature of current Islamic movements. Western perceptions of Islamism. The movement's appeal.

    An individual's primary group allegiance can shift in the event of a perceived threat against another group with which s/he identifies. This accounts... more
    16 pages | 11 sources | 43 citations | APA citation style

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    The conflict between Islam, women's rights, and democracy is analyzed with several examples from different countries. Fundamentalist views and liberal views. Cultural values of Islam.

    Democracy Islam and Women Both democracy and Islam are abstractions with vague definitions since each word has been applied to contradictory practices... more
    6 pages | 7 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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    Takes the perspective that Islam sends contradictory messages about the validity of pluralism and democracy. Defines democracy and its manifestations. The militant forms of both Islam and democracy. Focus of paper is on Islam as a religious belief system that shaped social, political, cultural relations in many nation-states.

    Islam and Democracy Democracy is often characterized as a method of giving all citizensin a nation-state a share in political decisionmaking Warburton... more
    13 pages | 9 sources | 26 citations | APA citation style

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    An analysis of Turkey's government which shows that secular democracy is possible in the Middle East and that the west would be wise to embrace Turkey and the Turkish model.

    Much has been written concerning whether democracy is possible in theMiddle East Skeptics point to the long history of totalitarianism in theregion to... more
    6 pages | 12 sources | 20 citations | MLA citation style

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    This analysis provides a discussion of a number of religious, cultural, and political factors among Arab nations in the Middle East that create a challenge to the adoption of democratic institutions and liberal reforms in those nations. Included are examples of capitalism, Islam, colonialism, authoritarian regimes, and other factors that continue to thwart the spread of genuine democracy in the region.

    Democracy in the Middle East Introduction Samuel P Huntington maintains that between and a trend toward democratic systems of government pervaded the ... more
    11 pages | 7 sources | 20 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper talks about the idea of exporting democracy. It looks at the problems inherent in such an idea, and the fact that it is not possible to "export" democracy intact to another nation because of cultural differences.

    Democracy took over years to evolve in the United States and itis still evolving It is not perfect by any stretch of the imagination and those who com... more
    4 pages | 3 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper provides an analysis of the trend for reform of fundamentalist values by Muslims living in Western cultures like Europe and the U.S. The analysis addresses how media presentations of Muslims complicate the process of forging a new Muslim personality that can co-exist as a minority in non-Muslim societies.

    Islam In The West Introduction The clash of cultures between East and West is surely seen in theexperiences of minority Muslim groups living in contem... more
    4 pages | 3 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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