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Contents List of Contributors vii Forward xii 1 INTRODUCTION 1 Ron Geaves and Theodore Gabriel PART 1: THEORETICAL ISSUES 2 Is Islam against the West? 11 Theodore Gabriel 3 Self-critical Children of Abraham? 25 John J. Shepherd 4 The Finality of the Qur'an and the Contemporary Politics of Nations 50 Kenneth Cragg 5 Who defines 'moderate Islam' post-September 11th? 61 Ron Geaves PART 2: THE CASE STUDIES 6 The Evolution of American Muslim Responses to 9/11 75 Marcia Hermansen 7 The Shaping of a Moderate North American Islam: 95 Between "Mufti" Bush and "Ayatollah" Ashcroft Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad 8 The Impact of 9/11 on British Muslim Identity 113 Dilwar Hussein 9 Endemically European or a European epidemic? 128 Islamophobia in a post 9/11 Europe Christopher Allen 10 Sharí'ah Sanctions and State Enforcement: 144 A Nigerian Islamic Debate and An Intellectual Critique Lamin Sanneh 10 Perspectives on Radical Islamic Education in Contemporary 162 Indonesia: Major Themes and Characteristics of Abu Bakar Ba'asyir's teachings Muhammad Sirozi 12 Israel as a focus for the anger of Muslims against the West 190 Colin Chapman 13 CONCLUSION 206 Jane Idleman Smith Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: East and West, Islam 20th century, September 11 Terrorist attacks, 2001 Influence, Muslims United States, Muslims Great Britain