An Islamic Renascence
by Mohammed Jabbar
The Middle East today is in turmoil. The hijacking of the Arab Spring has wrought havoc in both Libya and Syria and brought back to power authoritarian rule in Egypt. Europe has witnessed the largest movement of people since the Second World War, all seeking to escape the military onslaught in Syria. Peace prospects between Palestinians and the State of Israel remain as elusive as ever. The author believes that an ‘Islamic renascence’ is now critical to prevent the Muslim Ummah from imploding upon itself. Consequently, a ‘counter-narrative’ to so-called ‘radical Islam’ has become all the more crucial. To keep pace with the global economic, political and military challenges of the future the Muslim Ummah needs to refocus its strategy on establishing an effective and credible economic and political alliance that will firmly be embedded in democratic principles and processes.
The author, who is a British-born Muslim with a Master’s Degree in International Commercial Law, has made a rational study of these issues in this book.
Published: December 2018
Size: 203 x 127
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