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Author
Brown, Nathan J.

Title
Between religion and politics / Nathan J. Brown and Amr Hamzawy.
Published
Washington, D.C. : Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, [2010]

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Physical descriptionviii, 212 pages ; 23 cm
BibliographyIncludes bibliographical references and index.
ContentsChapter 1. Islamists in Arab Parliaments -- Chapter 2. The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Islamist Participation in a Closing Political Environment -- Chapter 3. Jordan and Its Islamic Movement: The Limits of Inclusion? -- Chapter 4. Party for Justice and Development in Morocco: Participation and Its Discontents -- Chapter 5. Pushing Toward Party Politics? Kuwait's Islamic Constitutional Movement -- Chapter 6. Between Government and Opposition: The Case of the Yemeni Congregation for Reform -- Chapter 7. Hamas: Battling to Blend Religion, Politics, Resistance, and Governance -- Chapter 8. Conclusion.
Other authorHamzawy, Amr.
SubjectIslam and politics -- Middle East.
Islam and politics -- Islamic countries.
Islamic fundamentalism -- Middle East.
Muslims -- Political activity -- Middle East.
Political participation -- Middle East.
Middle East -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
ISBN9780870032554 (paperback)
9780870032561 (cloth)
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In recent decades, Islamist political movements in many Arab countries have strategically invested in a political process that was stacked heavily against them. And, to the surprise of many, they have actually succeeded by gaining more seats in parliaments and demonstrating their position as the only opposition movements with a popular base. Between Religion and Politics is a broad, cross-national (read more)
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Nathan J. Brown
Nathan J. Brown is Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at The George Washington University. He is the author of "Constitutions in a Nonconstitutional World: Arab Basic Laws and the Prospects for Accountable Government "(2001), "The Rule of Law in the Arab World: Courts in Egypt and the Gulf "(1997), and "Peasant Politics in Modern Egypt: The Struggle against the State (read more)
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Foreword
p. v
 
Preface
p. vii
 
Chapter 1 Islamists in Arab Parliaments
p. 1
 
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Hassan II; Dunne, Michele; Qutb, Sayyid (1906-66); Arafat, Yasser; Hamid, Shadi; Mubarak, Hosni; Muhammad (prophet); Saleh, Ali Abdullah
Topics
Islamism; Local elections; Muslims; Political parties; Palestinians
Location
Egypt; Kuwait; Morocco; Yemen; Israel; Gaza Strip; Iraq; United States--US; West Bank; New York
Organization
Hamas; Society of Muslim Brothers; Palestine Liberation Organization--PLO; Congress;House of Representatives; Palestinian National Authority; Columbia University Press;Cambridge University Press; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Democratic Party
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