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The Islamic Movement of Iraqi Shi‘as

Auteur : Joyce N. Wiley
Éditeur : Lynne Rienner Publishers Date & Lieu : 1992, Colorado & London
Préface : Pages : 194
Traduction : ISBN : 1-55587-272-7
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 150x235 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Eng. Wil. Isl. N° 4910Thème : Général

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The Islamic Movement of Iraqi Shi‘as

The Islamic Movement of Iraqi Shi‘as

Joyce N. Wiley

Lynne Rienner

Beginning in the 1950s with an educational strategy and continuing today with a revolutionary strategy, the Iraqi clergy have issued a call to Iraqis to defend the cause of Islam, an alteration in the traditional Shi'i position oft noninvolvement in politics. Wiley details the contemporary Islamic movement by means of which observant Shi‘as and Sunnis are working for Islamic government in Iraq. She describes the philosophy of governing through Islamic law, a philosophy aimed at eliminating corruption and tyranny. In the process, she sheds light on the social bases of the movement and the political ideology of Islamic government.

Joyce Wiley is a visiting assistant professor in the Departments of Government and International Studies, University of South Carolina at Spartanburg.

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