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Title Islam & Europe : challenges and opportunities / Ludo Abicht [and others].
Imprint [Leuven] : Leuven University Press, 2008.

Series UPL in context
UPL in context.
Subject Islam -- Europe.
Muslims -- Europe.
Islam and state -- Europe.
Islam and politics -- Europe.
Europe -- Race relations -- Religious aspects.
Alt Name Abicht, Ludo.
Add Title Islam and Europe
Description 1 online resource (191 pages)
Summary "Seven well-known influential authorities - each an active participant in the public debate on the global role of Islam past, present and future - recently presented papers at the first Intercultural Relations Conference sponsored by Forum A. & A. Leysen. These important contributions, on the topic Islam & Europe: Challenges and Opportunities, are presented in this volume." "Although each contributor speaks from his own distinctive point of view, a common message emerges from all seven texts. Only dialogue - between the West and Islam on the one hand, and within and among societies historically identified with Islam on the other - will overcome entrenched confrontation and negative animosity, and engender new possibilities and understandings. By encouraging free and critical drinking, dialogue paves the way to social equity and the scientific innovation that, potentially, can lead to more prosperity. In the course of the conference all seven talks led to fascinating debates. This book includes the most important questions asked and the speakers' responses. Although the question of how to actually construct the dialogue remains unsettled, this ground-breaking book takes a giant step toward an answer"--Jacket
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Access Use copy Restrictions unspecified star
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212
Note digitized 2010 HathiTrust Digital Library committed to preserve pda
Print version record.
Contents ISLAM & EUROPEChallenges and Opportunities; Table of Contents; Foreword; Introduction to The Anne & Andre Leysen Forum on 'Intercultural relations'; Multiple Adaptations: Islam in Three Worlds; Institutional Logics; Indonesia; France; United States; Pebbles in the Shoe; Trans-National Islam; France and Europe; References; Questions and Answers; The Poldermujahidin: The Radicalization of Young Dutch Muslims; Introduction; Van Gogh's Murderer and His Ideas; The Construction of a Dutch Extremist Islamist; 'The quest for the truth'; 'Rejecting the Taghut' (October 2003).
'Join the Caravan of Martyrs' (March 2003)' ... your blood and properties have become halal.' (Summer 2003); Analysis; Conclusions; Islam and Europe in the Age of Intercivilizational Conflict Diversity and the Challenges; Introduction; Europe and Diversity; Europe and its Civilizational Identityin its Interaction with Islam; Cultural Difference and the Challenge of Religion:The Limits; Neo-absolutism and Cultural Relativism in Europe; Integration vs. Islamic Enclaves; What are the Limits of Diversity?; Conclusions and Policy Recommendations:Europe and Islam; Questions and Answers.
Muslim Integration and SecularismIdentity Politics; Religious Equality; Implications for Liberal Citizenship; Secularisms; References; Questions and Answers; Islam, Muslims and the West: Religion and Secularism From Polarization to Negotiation Nasr Abu Zayd; Introduction; Islam and Christianity:Different Historical Paradigms; The Modernity Dilemma; Re-politicization; Negotiation or Confrontation; Science and Religion, an Uneasy Relationship in the History of Judeo-Christian-Muslim Heritage; Islam's Satanic Tragedy, as Described in Sadik al-Azm's Exegesis: Introduction by Jean-pierre Rondas.
Sadik J. al-Azm's LectureIntroduction; Controversies between autonomous reason anddivine revelation in the history of Western thought; The ban of "Critique of Religious Thought" (1969); Impeding the creativity of novelists, poets, etc.; Can Islam reconcile itself with the new and dominant scientificknowledge-paradigm?; Conclusion; Response by Mark Eyskens; Propositions; Response by Roger Dillemans; Why we are so obsessed by Islam?; Introduction by Ludo Abicht; Tariq Ali's Lecture; Introduction; The comeback of religion: filling the vacuum; Islam bridging between the ancient world and Europe.
Contradictory aspects about IslamIslam in Europe; Anger at the West; Conclusion; Questions and Answers; List of Contributors.
Note English.
ISBN 9789461660176 (electronic bk.)
9461660170 (electronic bk.)
9789058676726
9058676722
OCLC # 715171881
Additional Format Print version: Islam & Europe. Belgium : Leuven University Press, 2008 9789058676726 (DLC) 2008420149 (OCoLC)228372249



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