Islam and Political Legitimacy

By: AKBARZADEH, SHAHRAM

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Islam and Political Legitimacy by AKBARZADEH, SHAHRAM AND ABDULLAH SAEED. (EDITORS)
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London.: RoutledgeCurzon.. 2003.. ix + 186pp, bibliography, index, no dustjacket as issued. "This volume explores the challenging issue of the Islamization of political power. It presents a comparative analysis of Muslim societies in West, South, Central and South East Asia and highlights the immediacy of the challenge for the political leadership in those societies. 'Islam and Political Legitimacy' contends that the growing reliance on Islamic symbolism across the Muslim world, even in states that have had a strained relationship with Islam, has contributed to the evolution of Islam as a social and cultural factor to an entrenched political force. The geographic breadth of 'Islam and Political Legitimacy' offers readers a nuanced appraisal of political Islam that transcends parochial eccentricities. Contributors to this volume examine the evolving relationship between Islam and political power in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Uzbekistan." Publisher's description. .

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