Table of contents for Islam and the West post-September 11th / edited by Ron Geaves ... [et al.].


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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