5 edition of The US approach to the Islamic World in post-9/11 era found in the catalog.
The US approach to the Islamic World in post-9/11 era
by Academic Foundation in association with Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -196) and index.
|Statement||Chintamani Mahapatra ; [foreword by Hamid Ansari].|
|Contributions||Observer Research Foundation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||203 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||2009341686|
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[Chintamani Mahapatra; Observer Research Foundation.] -- This book examines the United States' foreign policies toward the Muslim world?including actions taken against Islamic countries who attempted to challenge the United States' regional dominance; and.
The book deals with the post 9/11 challenges and dilemmas faced by the seven-million strong American Muslim community in the aftermath of the 9/11 ghastly tragedy.
This study also concentrates on the American Muslim respose to the post-9/11 situation when their civil rights have been abridged, their faith is under constant attack and they are virtually treated as second class : $ American Views of Islam, Post 9/11 JOSEPH B.
TAMNEY On 11 Septembermen apparently acting out of their Islamic convictions hijacked four passenger planes flying over the United States. Three of the planes were crashed into the Pentagon in Washington D. and the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City.
At least three thousand. How will the post-9/11 generation of Muslim Americans fare. It's tough to be a young Muslim in the United States, says Selcuk R. Sirin, PhD, co-author of "Muslim-American Youth: Understanding Hyphenated Identities Through Multiple Methods" () and an associate professor of applied psychology at New York University.
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Muslims-Americans affected by key flashpoints that have shaped the US post 9/11 reflect on this year’s anniversary and current attitude toward them. The book, a New York Times best-seller, is about America's role in a new global era. The author, a leading journalist, is a Muslim but describes himself as " not a religious guy." FULL QUESTION.
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A post 9/11 examination of the trends and historic factors that contribute to the Islamic extremism and divisions between the Arab Muslim and non-Arab Muslim communities as well as the world wide diaspora.
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The 9/11 attacks prompted more Americans to learn about Islam. Books on the subject became best-sellers. Colleges started offering more courses on Islam.
Every cable news show suddenly had their stable of "Muslim experts." More Americans know about Islam than ever before, but that hasn't stopped the post-9/11 Muslim backlash.
The post-9/11 period is the time after the September 11 attacks, characterized by heightened suspicion of non-Americans in the United States, increased government efforts to address terrorism, and a more aggressive American foreign policy. The United States cannot fight radical Islam just like fighting communism.
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A sweeping history of the ideological and political path to 9/11 that reads like a sophisticated thriller, this book pulls Author: Nesrine Malik.
lence of terrorism in conflict settings, the post-9/11 era is much less terror-prone than the years preceding it. We also highlight another shift in terrorist activity from predomi-nantly non-Muslim to Muslim majority countries.
Prior tothe higher a country’s Muslim population, the less domestic terrorism it tended to experience. A large country with nearly 10% of the world’s approximately billion Muslims, Bangladesh used to be a basket case and the butt of jokes.
It. Contents. Berman begins the book with a discussion of the September 11 attacks of He then details the ideology of Sayyid Qutb, an influential figure behind the development of Islamism, before moving on to a general overview of suicidal Islamic extremist violence that preceded the World Trade Center argues against the two popular views that the success of groups such as al Author: Paul Berman.
Events since Septem have dramatically altered the political environment in the Muslim world, a vast and diverse region comprising the band of countries with significant Muslim populations that stretches from western Africa to the southern Philippines, as well as Muslim communities and diasporas scattered throughout the world.¹ The United States—through its response to the.
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By the middle of the 9th century, knowledge was divided into three categories: the Islamic sciences, the philosophical and natural .