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Title: Islamic Identity and the Struggle for Justice
Other Titles: Al Kayan Al Islami wa-Al Nidhal min Ajl Al`Adalah
Arabic Translation Editor
Authors: Barazangi, Nimat Hafez, First Editor
with M. Raquibuz Zaman, and Omar Afzal
Keywords: Islamic justice
Comparative religions
International justice
Gender justice
Nuclear power
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: University Press of Florida
Citation: The University Press of Florida (1996). Translated into Arabic under the title Al Kayan Al Islami wa-Al Nidhal min Ajl Al`Adalah. Damascus: Dar Al-Fikr (1999).
Abstract: Book description: Islam today counts one billion people as adherents or believers. Its teachings produced a civilization that has flourished for fourteen centuries. Islamic identity exerts a potent force around the globe, though Muslims are often stigmatized by Westerners as a religious threat. Presenting the Islamic concept of justice, this book is an introduction to contemporary Islamic thought and practice, offering a catalyst for dialogue and understanding.
Description: Copyright 1996, University Press of Florida. See also:;
ISBN: 978-0-8130-1382-4
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