The Sharia state : Arab Spring and democratization / Bassam Tibi.
By: Tibi, BassamMaterial type: TextPublisher: Oxon ; New York : Routledge / Taylor & Francis Group, 2013Description: xiv, 242 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780415662161 (hardback); 9780415662178 (pbk.); 9780203385555 (ebook)Subject(s): Islam and state -- Arab countries | Arab Spring, 2010- | Islamic law -- Political aspects | | BAEPS, Political Science June2015 November2015 | Democracy -- Arab countriesDDC classification: 320.55709174927
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Index : p. 237-242.
Bibliography : p. -236.
Will the sharia-state be the outcome? Arab Spring and the hope for democratization -- The sharia-state and western scholarship. the reality of an Islamist shariatization of politics that seeks a name -- The sharia-state is not the faith of Islam: sharia and politics -- The challenge of the Islamist sharia- state to the international order: torn between the Westphalian synthesis, Pax Americana and Pax Islamica -- Sharia and Islamism in the Arab Spring: from the promise of a blossoming spring to a frosty and lethal winter -- From traditional sharia reasoning to the Islamist shariatization in post-Arab Spring -- Torn between combating prejudice and the accusation of Islamophobia: the sharia-state and policing speech in the debate on whither Islamic civilization.