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The Resource Global rebellion : religious challenges to the secular state, from Christian militias to al Qaeda, Mark Juergensmeyer

Global rebellion : religious challenges to the secular state, from Christian militias to al Qaeda, Mark Juergensmeyer

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Global rebellion : religious challenges to the secular state, from Christian militias to al Qaeda
Title
Global rebellion
Title remainder
religious challenges to the secular state, from Christian militias to al Qaeda
Statement of responsibility
Mark Juergensmeyer
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Juergensmeyer, Mark
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
LC call number
BL80.3
LC item number
.G56 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Comparative studies in religion and society
Series volume
16
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  • Religions
  • Radicalism
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Global rebellion : religious challenges to the secular state, from Christian militias to al Qaeda, Mark Juergensmeyer
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-355) and index
Contents
Introduction: The rise of religious rebellion -- The religious challenge to the secular state -- The loss of faith in secular nationalism -- The competition between two ideologies -- The mutual rejection of religion and secularism -- The front line of religious rebellions : the Middle East -- Egypt's origins of Muslim rebellion -- Iran's paradigmatic revolution -- Israel's militant Zionism -- Hamas : the Islamic intifada -- Insurgents in Iraq -- Other movements in the Middle East and Africa -- Political targets of rebellion : South, Central, and Southeast Asia -- Resurgent Islam in South and Central Asia -- Hindu nationalism -- Sikhism's suppressed war -- Buddhist revolts in Asia -- Religious activists in Southeast Asia -- Post-Cold War rebels : Europe, East Asia, and the United States -- The religious rejections of socialist states -- Christian and secular xenophobia in Europe -- A peaceful resolution in Northern Ireland -- Imagined armaggedon in Japan -- The militant Christian right in the United States -- Transnational networks : global Jihad -- The rise of Jihadi ideology -- Emerging networks in the Afghan-Soviet war -- Global Jihad after September 11, 2001 -- The enduring problems of violence, democracy, and human rights -- Why religious confrontations are violent -- Empowering marginal peoples -- Does religion challenge democracy? -- Minority and individual human rights -- Conclusion: Religious rebellion and global war -- What does religion have to do with it? -- The future of religious rebellions
Control code
141853338
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 370 p.
Isbn
9780520255548
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007023293
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(OCoLC)141853338
Label
Global rebellion : religious challenges to the secular state, from Christian militias to al Qaeda, Mark Juergensmeyer
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-355) and index
Contents
Introduction: The rise of religious rebellion -- The religious challenge to the secular state -- The loss of faith in secular nationalism -- The competition between two ideologies -- The mutual rejection of religion and secularism -- The front line of religious rebellions : the Middle East -- Egypt's origins of Muslim rebellion -- Iran's paradigmatic revolution -- Israel's militant Zionism -- Hamas : the Islamic intifada -- Insurgents in Iraq -- Other movements in the Middle East and Africa -- Political targets of rebellion : South, Central, and Southeast Asia -- Resurgent Islam in South and Central Asia -- Hindu nationalism -- Sikhism's suppressed war -- Buddhist revolts in Asia -- Religious activists in Southeast Asia -- Post-Cold War rebels : Europe, East Asia, and the United States -- The religious rejections of socialist states -- Christian and secular xenophobia in Europe -- A peaceful resolution in Northern Ireland -- Imagined armaggedon in Japan -- The militant Christian right in the United States -- Transnational networks : global Jihad -- The rise of Jihadi ideology -- Emerging networks in the Afghan-Soviet war -- Global Jihad after September 11, 2001 -- The enduring problems of violence, democracy, and human rights -- Why religious confrontations are violent -- Empowering marginal peoples -- Does religion challenge democracy? -- Minority and individual human rights -- Conclusion: Religious rebellion and global war -- What does religion have to do with it? -- The future of religious rebellions
Control code
141853338
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 370 p.
Isbn
9780520255548
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007023293
System control number
(OCoLC)141853338

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