A journey in Islamic thought : the life of Fathi Osman / Ghada Osman.
By: Osman, Ghada.Material type: BookPublisher: London ; New York : I. B. Tauris : c.2011Description: xvii, 286 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781848857476 .Subject(s): Osman, Fathi | Islamic renewal -- Egypt | Intellectuals -- Egypt -- Biography | Islamic modernism -- Egypt | | BAEPS, Political Science September2018 February2019DDC classification: 320.557092 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents only
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Acknowledgements; Foreword; Prologue; Chapter 1. Early Years in Tumultuous Times, 1928-41; Chapter 2. The Appeal of the Society of Muslim Brothers, 1941-44; Chapter 3. Da'iya with Questions, 1944-48; Chapter 4. A Leading Voice in the Movement, 1948-52; Chapter 5. Revolutionary Years, 1952-56; Chapter 6. The Turn Away from the Society, 1956-60; Chapter 7. Reformer in Theory and Practice, 1960-64; Chapter 8. The Road to Exile, 1964-69; Chapter 9. Reaching a Global Audience, 1981-87; Chapter 10. Islamic Reform on American Soil, 1987-2010; Epilogue; Glossary; Notes; Bibliography; Index.
From pre-revolutionary Egypt to the Muslim Brotherhood, and from imprisonment to exile, this is the life of Fathi Osman: a leading Egyptian-born thinker at the forefront of modern Islamic reformism for nearly four decades. Joining the Muslim Brotherhood as a young man, Fathi Osman rose through the ranks of the organization thanks to his own considerable skills in oratory and his relationship with leading Brotherhood figures, Sayyid Qutb and Hasan al-Hudaybi. But as he began to recognise the covert violent aspects of the Brotherhood, he increasingly distanced himself and voiced his opposition.