Table of contents for Identity and religion in Palestine : the struggle between Islamism and secularism in the occupied territories / Loren D. Lybarger.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE	vii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS	xvi
Chapter
I. ISLAMISM AND SECULAR-NATIONALISM	1
Situating Secular-Nationalism and Islamism in the 
Palestinian Setting	4
Palestinian Islamist Mobilization in Regional Perspective	8
Generation Dynamics within Social Movements	16
Generational Transformation and Palestinian National Identity	23
II. THE SECULAR-NATIONALIST MILIEU	41
The Ethos of Fathawi Nationalism	44
Social Backgrounds	51
Factors of Mobilization	65
Conceptions of the Collective: Retrievals and Alterations	76
Conclusion	99
III. THE ISLAMIST MILIEU	113
The Structures and Ethos of the Islamist Milieu	116
Social Backgrounds	126
Mobilization: Events and Structures	137
Islamist Conceptions of the Collective	149
Al-jih?d f? sab?l al-nafs: The Struggle for the Soul	151
Al-jih?d f? sab?l al-siy?sa: The Struggle for Politics	161
Al-jih?d f? sab?l al-thawra: The Struggle for the Revolution	167
Conclusion	175
IV. THAWRA CAMP: A CASE STUDY OF 
SHIFTING IDENTITIES	192
Setting, Institutions, and Ethos of Thawra Camp	194
Social Backgrounds of the Interlocutors	205
Mobilization: Events and Structures	218
Identity Formation in the Secular-Nationalist Milieu	218
Identity Formation in the Islamist Milieu	227
Hierarchies of Solidarity	243
Sheer Secularism: Al-L?bar?liyy?n	243
Islamic Secularism	249
Liberal Islamism	259
Sheer Islamism	265
Conclusion	271
V. ISLAMIST-SECULARIST DYNAMICS 
IN THE GAZA STRIP: KARAMA CAMP	287
Karama Camp and Post-Oslo Gaza	292	
The Camp	292
The Gaza Strip	295
The al-Asdudi¿s: Social Backgrounds and Paths of Political Mobilization	308
Conceptions of the Collective Order	322
`Abd al-Mu¿min¿s Islamism	322
Abu Jamil and ¿Traditionalist Nationalism¿	332
Islam without the Islamists: Latif, Imm Muhammad,
Abu Qays	343
Conclusion	351
EPILOGUE	375
REFERENCES	396

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

National characteristics, Palestinian.
Islam -- Palestine.
Arab nationalism -- Palestine.
Islam and politics -- Palestine.