Islamic Fundamentalism

Rashid rida 1865 1935 highlighted the relative

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Unformatted text preview: a (1865-1935): Highlighted the relative weakness of Muslim societies visà-vis Western colonialism à-vis The Deobandi Movement The Dar al Alum University in Deoband, India Adhered to Hanafi School of jurisprudence Social conservatism Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi Sayyid Advocated the creation of an Islamic state governed by sharia Advocated law, as interpreted by Shura councils. An integration of Islam with an ethical scientific view. An The Muslim Brotherhood The Founded by Hassan al Banna in 1928 The Qur’an as “Constitution” Provided basic community services including schools, Provided mosques, and workshops The need to eliminate all non-Muslim imperialism from the world Sayyid Qutb The Iranian Revolution Lebanon and Hezbollah Tenets and Beliefs: Belief in revolution to affect social change Education of women The use of modern technology within the Islamic state Islamic Fundamentalism Islamic Fundamentalists The world is divided into two spheres, Dar al-Islam and Dar The al-Harb…Jihad is waged to “remove the obstacles to the religion of God” Jihad is a religious war with those who are “unbelievers in Jihad the mission of the Prophet Muhammad the Prophet.” the A literal approach to the interpretation of the Qur’an No separation between religious and secular authority…the No state should implement Shariah law state Innovation is to be avoided Islamic Fundamentalism Islamic Some problems: What is Sharia law? Regional variation What is Islam? Sunni Shi’ite...
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