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Irish Religious Conflict in Comparative Perspective - Catholics, Protestants and Muslims (Hardcover): John Wolffe Irish Religious Conflict in Comparative Perspective - Catholics, Protestants and Muslims (Hardcover)
John Wolffe
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By setting the Irish religious conflict in a wide comparative perspective, this book offers fresh insights into the causes of religious conflicts, and potential means of resolving them. The collection mounts a challenge to widely held views of 'Irish exceptionalism' and points to significant historical and contemporary commonalities across the Western European and North Atlantic worlds.

My Devotional Journal - A spiritual journey of prayer and encouragement with God's suffering people (Hardcover, New... My Devotional Journal - A spiritual journey of prayer and encouragement with God's suffering people (Hardcover, New edition)
Patrick Sookhdeo
R290 R271 Discovery Miles 2 710 Save R19 (7%) 16 working days

Take a journey with God's suffering people; empathise with their ordeals and experience the joy that often comes with their pain. This journal is an inspiring collection of short testimonies, poems and prayers from persecuted Christians around the world, as well as uplifting Bible verses and space to record your own thoughts and reflections. Covering 12 months, it can be started at any time, and provides an ideal gift for Christian friends as well as encouragement for your own spiritual walk.

Islamic State - Rewriting History (Paperback): Michael Griffin Islamic State - Rewriting History (Paperback)
Michael Griffin 1
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This book takes the long-view by analysing Islamic State's beginnings in Iraq to their involvement in the Arab Spring and through to the present day. The world is watching IS's advance through the Middle East. The US risks being drawn into another war in the region despite its experiences in Afghanistan and Iraq. IS are creating catastrophic waves across the region, but it is still unclear what lies behind its success. Michael Griffin uncovers the nature of IS through investigating the myriad of regional players engaged in a seemingly endless power game: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Iraq, which have all contributed to the success of IS by supplying arms and funds. He foregrounds the story of the uprising against President Assad of Syria, the role played by the Free Syrian Army, Islamist groups, Iran, Hezbollah and Russia, the chemical weapons attacks in 2013 and the House of Commons vote not to impose a no-fly zone over the country.

Teaching Against Islamophobia (Paperback, New edition): Joe L Kincheloe, Christopher D. Stonebanks Teaching Against Islamophobia (Paperback, New edition)
Joe L Kincheloe, Christopher D. Stonebanks
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As corporate and governmental agencies march us towards global conflict, racism, and imperialism, this book contends that teachers must have the tools with which to combat unilateral politicization of Arabic and Muslim peoples. Teaching Against Islamophobia creates a pedagogical space for educators to engage with necessary issues and knowledges regarding the alienation of Islamic culture, religion, knowledge, and peoples. Edited by a WASP, a Jew, and an Iranian, this book confronts the fears, challenges, and institutional problems facing today's teachers. Taking its cue from critical pedagogy, this book is a collection of essays by artists, writers, performers, and educators committed to naming the insidious racism and hatred of those who would isolate and vilify Islam.

Fox's Book of Martyrs - A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Deaths of the Early Christian and Protestant Martyrs... Fox's Book of Martyrs - A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Deaths of the Early Christian and Protestant Martyrs (Paperback, New edition)
William Byron Forbush
R295 R241 Discovery Miles 2 410 Save R54 (18%) Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

This is a book that will never die--one of the great Christian classics. Written with passion and tenderness, it tells the dramatic, true stories of men, women, and children who, in the face of indescribable persecution, gave their lives for the sake of Christ. Covering the broad sweep of church history from the early church to the beginning of American foreign missions in the early 1800s, Fox s Book of Martyrs continues to inspire and strengthen countless Christians with a vision of faith that, both in life and in death, commits itself utterly to the Lord of Life. Presented here in its most complete form, this book brings to life days when 'a noble army, men and boys, the matron and the maid . . . climbed the steep ascent of heaven amid peril, toil, and pain.'"

The Black Sea - A History (Paperback): Charles King The Black Sea - A History (Paperback)
Charles King
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The lands surrounding the Black Sea share a colorful past. Though in recent decades they have experienced ethnic conflict, economic collapse, and interstate rivalry, their common heritage and common interests run deep. Now, as a region at the meeting point of the Balkans, Central Asia, and the Middle East, the Black Sea is more important than ever. In this lively and entertaining book, which is based on extensive research in multiple languages, Charles King investigates the myriad connections that have made the Black Sea more of a bridge than a boundary, linking religious communities, linguistic groups, empires, and later, nations and states.

Understanding Islamist Terrorism: the Islamic Doctrine of War (Paperback, New edition): Patrick Sookhdeo Understanding Islamist Terrorism: the Islamic Doctrine of War (Paperback, New edition)
Patrick Sookhdeo
R356 R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Save R26 (7%) 16 working days

Modern Islamist terrorists look back to the early years of Islam to justify their actions. This book examines the origins of the classical Islamic doctrine of war that was followed at that time and explores its later development. It explains the ideology, logic and beliefs that drive the terrorists and demonstrates the consequences for the West of this return to the early teachings of Islam.

Cults, Religion, and Violence (Hardcover): David G. Bromley, J. Gordon Melton Cults, Religion, and Violence (Hardcover)
David G. Bromley, J. Gordon Melton
R1,691 R1,567 Discovery Miles 15 670 Save R124 (7%) Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

Contrary to conventional wisdom, violent episodes involving cults are rare historically. But their potential to affect and disrupt civic life looms large and efforts to manage these incidents involve controversial issues of religious freedom, politics, state intervention, and public security. The interpretive challenge of this book is to provide a social scientific explanation for these rare events. The authors conclude that they usually involve some combination of internal and external dynamics through which a new religious movement and society become polarized.

Religious Intolerance, America, and the World - A History of Forgetting and Remembering (Hardcover): John Corrigan Religious Intolerance, America, and the World - A History of Forgetting and Remembering (Hardcover)
John Corrigan
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As the news shows us every day, contemporary American culture and politics are rife with people who demonize their enemies by projecting their own failings and flaws onto them. But this is no recent development. Rather, as John Corrigan argues here, it's an expression of a trauma endemic to America's history, particularly involving our long domestic record of religious conflict and violence. Religious Intolerance, America, and the World spans from Christian colonists' intolerance of Native Americans and the role of religion in the new republic's foreign-policy crises to Cold War witch hunts and the persecution complexes that entangle Christians and Muslims today. Corrigan reveals how US churches and institutions have continuously campaigned against intolerance overseas even as they've abetted or performed it at home. This selective condemnation of intolerance, he shows, created a legacy of foreign policy interventions promoting religious freedom and human rights that was not reflected within America's own borders. This timely, captivating book forces America to confront its claims of exceptionalism based on religious liberty--and perhaps begin to break the grotesque cycle of projection and oppression.

The Closed Circle - Joining and Leaving the Muslim Brotherhood in the West (Hardcover): Lorenzo Vidino The Closed Circle - Joining and Leaving the Muslim Brotherhood in the West (Hardcover)
Lorenzo Vidino
R1,639 R1,422 Discovery Miles 14 220 Save R217 (13%) Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

The Muslim Brotherhood in the West remains a mysterious entity. In The Closed Circle, Lorenzo Vidino offers an unprecedented inside view into how one of the world's most influential Islamist groups operates. He marshals unique interviews with prominent former members and associates from Europe, the United Kingdom, and North America, shedding light on why and how people join and leave Western outfits of the Muslim Brotherhood. Drawing on these striking personal accounts, Vidino weaves together the experiences of individuals who participated in and later renounced Brotherhood groups. Their perspectives provide a wealth of new information about the Brotherhood's secretive inner workings and the networks that connecting the small yet highly organized cluster of Brotherhood-influenced groups. The Closed Circle examines the tactics the Brotherhood uses to recruit and retain participants as well as how and why individuals make the difficult decision to leave. Through the stories of diverse former members, Vidino paints a portrait of a highly structured, tight-knit movement. His unprecedented access and understanding of the group's activities and motivations has significant policy implications concerning Western Brotherhood organizations and also illuminates the underlying mechanisms found in a range of extremist groups.

Faith Lies - Seven Incomplete Ideas That Hijack Faith and How to See Beyond Them (Paperback): Darrell Smith Faith Lies - Seven Incomplete Ideas That Hijack Faith and How to See Beyond Them (Paperback)
Darrell Smith
R308 R287 Discovery Miles 2 870 Save R21 (7%) 16 working days

Faith Lies is a street-level theology book for people who are noticing cracks in the foundation of their faith as well as those who feel they have been hurt or discarded by a God and a faith that just does not make sense.

Modes of Engagement - Muslim Minorities in Asia (Paperback): Rafiq Dossani Modes of Engagement - Muslim Minorities in Asia (Paperback)
Rafiq Dossani
R517 Discovery Miles 5 170 Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

Of Asia's 800 million Muslims, 215 million are minorities within their countries. These Muslim minorities have experienced a persistent decline in their socioeconomic and political status. Along with this decline, they are increasingly identified by their faith and largely accorded no other identity for civic relations. Why have these Muslim minorities been particularly affected during a time of unprecedented opportunities for the mainstream in Asia's unprecedented era of growth and rising freedoms? Using detailed analyses of China, India, and the Philippines, Modes of Engagement argues that key factors in this phenomenon include the linkage between socioeconomic decline, loss of political power, and narrowing of identity; nationalism and its associated connotations of the assimilation of minorities; the weakness of civil society generally in Asia; and the rise in regional and global alliances for security and trade. Contributors include Wajahat Habibullah (National Commission for Minorities and National Institute of Technology, India), Rakesh Basant (Indian Institute of Management), Dru C. Gladney (Pomona College), and Joseph Chinyong Liow (Nanyang Technological University's S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore).

Interreligious Conflict and the Politics of Interfaith Dialogue in Myanmar (Paperback): Nyi Nyi Kyaw Interreligious Conflict and the Politics of Interfaith Dialogue in Myanmar (Paperback)
Nyi Nyi Kyaw
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Amidst successive episodes of interreligious violence in Myanmar between 2012 and 2014, interfaith dialogue emerged as a crucial conflict resolution and prevention mechanism. The 2011-16 Union Solidarity and Development Party administration often indirectly promoted the use of interfaith dialogue to defuse interreligious tensions and conflicts, though its political will was questionable. Various governmental, intergovernmental, and non-governmental actors have engaged in interfaith dialogue, peace, and harmony initiatives in the past seven years. The present National League for Democracy administration has more actively sought to engage in intrafaith promotion of Buddhism and in interfaith peace and harmony initiatives. Intergovernmental, international and local interfaith actors also work in the interfaith dialogue field, but their impact is relatively weak because the government remains the most important actor in Myanmar in transition. Although the National League for Democracy has largely eliminated Buddhist nationalist groups such as Ma Ba Tha, Buddhist identity politics remains influential after the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army's attacks in Rakhine State in 2016 and 2017 and the consequent refugee crisis.

Shit I Can't Remember Logbook - Forgot Password Internet Address And Password Logbook Size 5 X 8 Inches Matte Cover Design... Shit I Can't Remember Logbook - Forgot Password Internet Address And Password Logbook Size 5 X 8 Inches Matte Cover Design Alphabetical - Band # Organizer 110 Pages Fast Print. (Paperback)
Lorriane Password
R116 Discovery Miles 1 160 16 working days
Resilient Communities - Non-Violence and Civilian Agency in Communal War (Paperback): Jana Krause Resilient Communities - Non-Violence and Civilian Agency in Communal War (Paperback)
Jana Krause
R626 Discovery Miles 6 260 Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

In Resilient Communities, Jana Krause focuses on civilian agency and mobilization 'from below' and explains violence and non-violence in communal wars. Drawing on extensive field research on ethno-religious conflicts in Ambon/Maluku Province in eastern Indonesia and Jos/Plateau State in central Nigeria, this book shows how civilians responded to local conflict dynamics very differently, evading, supporting, or collectively resisting armed groups. Combining evidence collected from more than 200 interviews with residents, community leaders, and former fighters, local scholarly work (in Indonesian), and local newspaper-based event data analysis, this book explains civilian mobilization, militia formation, and conflict escalation. The book's comparison of vulnerable mixed communities and (un)successful prevention efforts demonstrates how under courageous leadership resilient communities can emerge that adapt to changing conflict zones and collectively prevent killings. By developing the concepts of communal war and social resilience, Krause extends our understanding of local violence, (non-)escalation, and implications for prevention.

Putting Faith in Hate - When Religion Is the Source or Target of Hate Speech (Hardcover): Richard Moon Putting Faith in Hate - When Religion Is the Source or Target of Hate Speech (Hardcover)
Richard Moon
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To allow or restrict hate speech is a hotly debated issue in many societies. While the right to freedom of speech is fundamental to liberal democracies, most countries have accepted that hate speech causes significant harm and ought to be regulated. Richard Moon examines the application of hate speech laws when religion is either the source or target of such speech. Moon describes the various legal restrictions on hate speech, religious insult, and blasphemy in Canada, Europe and elsewhere, and uses cases from different jurisdictions to illustrate the particular challenges raised by religious hate speech. The issues addressed are highly topical: speech that attacks religious communities, specifically anti-Muslim rhetoric, and hateful speech that is based on religious doctrine or scripture, such as anti-gay speech. The book draws on a rich understanding of freedom of expression, the harms of hate speech, and the role of religion in public life.

Outsiders at Home - The Politics of American Islamophobia (Hardcover): Nazita Lajevardi Outsiders at Home - The Politics of American Islamophobia (Hardcover)
Nazita Lajevardi
R1,429 Discovery Miles 14 290 Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

Discrimination against Muslim Americans has soared over the last two decades with hostility growing especially acute since 2016 - in no small part due to targeted attacks by policymakers and media. Outsiders at Home offers the first systematic, empirically driven examination of status of Muslim Americans in US democracy, evaluating the topic from a variety of perspectives. To what extent do Muslim Americans face discrimination by legislators, the media, and the general public? What trends do we see over time, and how have conditions shifted? What, if anything, can be done to reverse course? How do Muslim Americans view their position, and what are the psychic and sociopolitical tolls? Answering each of these questions, Nazita Lajevardi shows that the rampant, mostly negative discussion of Muslims in media and national discourse has yielded devastating political and social consequences.

Jihad as Grand Strategy - Islamist Militancy, National Security, and the Pakistani State (Hardcover): Paul Kapur Jihad as Grand Strategy - Islamist Militancy, National Security, and the Pakistani State (Hardcover)
Paul Kapur
R602 Discovery Miles 6 020 Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

Islamist militants based in Pakistan have played a major role in terrorism around the world and pose a significant threat to regional and international security. Although the Pakistan-militant connection has received widespread attention only in recent years, it is not a new phenomenon. Pakistan has, since its inception in the wake of World War II, used Islamist militants to wage jihad in order to compensate for severe political and material weakness. This use of militancy has become so important that it is now a central component of Pakistani grand strategy; supporting jihad is one of the principal means by which the Pakistani state seeks to produce security for itself. Contrary to conventional wisdom, the strategy has not been wholly disastrous. It has achieved important domestic and international successes, enabling Pakistan to confront stronger adversaries and shape its strategic environment without the costs and risks of direct combat, and to help promote internal cohesion to compensate for its weak domestic political foundations. Recently, however, these successes of Pakistan's militant strategy have given way to serious problems. The militant organizations that Pakistan nurtured over the decades are increasingly exceeding its control; continued support for jihad diverts scarce resources from pressing domestic projects, impeding the country's internal development; and the militant campaign's repeated provocations have led India to adopt a more aggressive conventional military posture. As Paul Kapur shows in Jihad as Grand Strategy, these developments significantly undermine Pakistani interests, threatening to leave it less politically cohesive and externally secure than it was before. Thus, despite its past benefits, the strategy has outlived its utility, and Pakistan will have to abandon it in order to avoid catastrophe. This will require not simply a change of policy, but a thoroughgoing reconceptualization of the Pakistani state.

Islamism and Intelligence in South Asia - Militancy, Politics and Security (Paperback): Prem Mahadevan Islamism and Intelligence in South Asia - Militancy, Politics and Security (Paperback)
Prem Mahadevan
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State sponsorship of terrorism is a complex and important topic in today's international affairs - and especially pertinent in the regional politics of the Middle East and South Asia, where Pakistan has long been a flashpoint of Islamist politics and terrorism. In Islamism and Intelligence in South Asia, Prem Mahadevan demonstrates how over several decades, radical Islamists, sometimes with the tacit support of parts of the military establishment, have weakened democratic governance in Pakistan and acquired progressively larger influence over policy-making. Mahadevan traces this history back to the anti-colonial Deobandi movement, which was born out of the post-partition political atmosphere and a rediscovery of the thinking of Ibn Taymiyyah, and partially ennobled the idea of `jihad' in South Asia as a righteous war against foreign oppression. Using Pakistani media and academic sources for the bulk of its raw data, and reinforcing this with scholarly analysis from Western commentators, the book tracks Pakistan's trajectory towards a `soft' Islamic revolution. Envisioned by the country's intelligence community as a solution to chronic governance failures, these narratives called for a re-orientation away from South Asia and towards the Middle East. In the process, Pakistan has become a sanctuary for Arab jihadist groups, such as Al-Qaeda, who had no previous ethnic or linguistic connection with South Asia. Most alarmingly, official discourse on terrorism has been partly silenced by the military-intelligence complex. The result is a slow drift towards extremism and possible legitimation of internationally proscribed terrorist organizations in Pakistan's electoral politics.

Why the Germans? Why the Jews? - Envy, Race Hatred, and the Prehistory of the Holocaust (Paperback): Gotz Aly Why the Germans? Why the Jews? - Envy, Race Hatred, and the Prehistory of the Holocaust (Paperback)
Gotz Aly
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A provocative and insightful analysis that sheds new light on one of the most puzzling and historically unsettling conundrums

Why the Germans? Why the Jews? Countless historians have grappled with these questions, but few have come up with answers as original and insightful as those of maverick German historian Gotz Aly. Tracing the prehistory of the Holocaust from the 1800s to the Nazis' assumption of power in 1933, Aly shows that German anti-Semitism was--to a previously overlooked extent--driven in large part by material concerns, not racist ideology or religious animosity. As Germany made its way through the upheaval of the Industrial Revolution, the difficulties of the lethargic, economically backward German majority stood in marked contrast to the social and economic success of the agile Jewish minority. This success aroused envy and fear among the Gentile population, creating fertile ground for murderous Nazi politics.

Surprisingly, and controversially, Aly shows that the roots of the Holocaust are deeply intertwined with German efforts to create greater social equality. Redistributing wealth from the well-off to the less fortunate was in many respects a laudable goal, particularly at a time when many lived in poverty. But as the notion of material equality took over the public imagination, the skilled, well-educated Jewish population came to be seen as having more than its fair share. Aly's account of this fatal social dynamic opens up a new vantage point on the greatest crime in history and is sure to prompt heated debate for years to come.

Foxe's Book Of Martyrs (Abridged, Paperback, Abridged edition): Allen Smith Foxe's Book Of Martyrs (Abridged, Paperback, Abridged edition)
Allen Smith; John Foxe
R431 Discovery Miles 4 310 16 working days
Human Rights and Religion - A Reader (Hardcover): Liam Gearon Human Rights and Religion - A Reader (Hardcover)
Liam Gearon
R1,320 R1,028 Discovery Miles 10 280 Save R292 (22%) Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

The relationship between religion and human rights is complex. Religion as a cultural phenomenon continues to manifest itself as a force for social and political conflict, institutionalized violence and repression. Yet religions also promote ideals of harmonious living with traditions that enrich contemporary understandings of international human rights with models of love, universal respect and justice. Human Rights and Religion: A Reader brings together a range of sources in a single volume to deal with these and related questions. With theoretical perspectives and reflections on future prospects, the volume includes critical case studies on human rights and the world's religions in a political context and addresses the following questions: What are the critical issues when thinking about religion and human rights? Why do cultural and religious differences present such challenges to international consensus on human rights? Can universal human rights ever be implemented in a world of particular cultural and religious identities?

Salafism in Yemen - Transnationalism and Religious Identity (Abridged, Paperback, Abridged edition): Laurent Bonnefoy Salafism in Yemen - Transnationalism and Religious Identity (Abridged, Paperback, Abridged edition)
Laurent Bonnefoy
R717 R620 Discovery Miles 6 200 Save R97 (14%) Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

Over the last decade or so Salafism has become one of the West's new political bogey-men. Many regard the movement as the antechamber of violent groups such as al-Qaeda, and as the by-product of a centralized foreign-policy platform shaped by so-called Saudi interests. Based on extensive research conducted throughout Yemen between 2001 and 2009, and particularly in the southern province of Y?fi', this book offers an original approach to Salafism and draws a necessary counter-narrative that takes into account the dynamics of the Salafi movement as well as its relationship to its evolving environment, either local, regional and international.

Having studied over a hundred recorded sermons and conferences and dozens of books, and carried out interviews with numerous clerics, intellectuals and activists, Laurent Bonnefoy focuses on the allegedly apolitical Salafi doctrine promoted by the renowned Yemeni Salafi figure, Muqbil al-Wadi'i, who died in 2001. Building on IR theory and political sociology, he references the everyday practices of al-Wadi'i's dedicated followers, their rivalries as well as their own evolving trajectories. He demonstrates that, rather than resulting from specifically planned policies, Yemeni Salafism has, since the early 1980s, evolved through a series of spontaneous, grassroots mechanisms, many of which are shaped by transnational flows, that embed this movement in the complex Yemeni context.

Faith & Courage - Praying with Mandela (Paperback): Thabo Makgoba Faith & Courage - Praying with Mandela (Paperback)
Thabo Makgoba
R347 R282 Discovery Miles 2 820 Save R65 (19%) 16 working days
Diversity and Dissent - Negotiating Religious Difference in Central Europe, 1500-1800 (Hardcover): Howard Louthan, Gary B.... Diversity and Dissent - Negotiating Religious Difference in Central Europe, 1500-1800 (Hardcover)
Howard Louthan, Gary B. Cohen, Franz A. J. Szabo
R2,132 Discovery Miles 21 320 Shipped within 20 - 25 working days

Early modern Central Europe was the continent's most decentralized region politically and its most diverse ethnically and culturally. With the onset of the Reformation, it also became Europe's most religiously divided territory and potentially its most explosive in terms of confessional conflict and war. Focusing on the Holy Roman Empire and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, this volume examines the tremendous challenge of managing confessional diversity in Central Europe between 1500 and 1800. Addressing issues of tolerance, intolerance and ecumenism, each chapter explores a facet of the complex dynamic between the state and the region's Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, Utraquist, and Jewish communities. The development of religious toleration-one of the most debated questions of the early modern period-is examined here afresh, with careful consideration of the factors and conditions that led to both confessional concord and religious violence.

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