Repensar la pluralidad. Red iberoamericana de justicia constitucional. Atlas plural. Valencia: Tirant Lo Blanch, 63–90. Rodríguez Magda, R. M. (2005). La
España convertida al Islam. Barcelona: Altera. Sánchez Nogales, J. L. (2004). El islam ...
Author: Jocelyne Cesari
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
The Oxford Handbook of European Islam is the first comprehensive approach to the multiple ways Islam has been studied across European countries. It is not a compilation of country profiles but rather a unique analytical review of the state of knowledge about Islam and Muslim in different European countries, as well as on thematic issues such as Hijab, Sharia, or Islamophobia. For this reason, it will remain relevant beyond the continuous flow of eventsthat rapidly make obsolete other sorts of compilation. It is also the first time, that Western and Eastern Europe are systematically analyzed together in one volume on the question of Islam, bringing to light similarities and also differences in the status of Muslims in these different parts of Europe.
Martín Corrales, E. (2001) 'De las galeotas corsarias a las pateras del estrecho:
la influencia del pasado en la imagen de los musulmanes ... Motilla, A. (2003) 'El
islam en España: marco legal', in M. A. Roque, El islam plural, Barcelona: Icaria.
Author: Tariq Modood
This informative collection investigates the European dimension of multiculturalism and immigration. It argues that political theory discourse of multiculturalism and resulting EU policies assume an interpretation of liberalism developed chiefly from the American experience, and that this issue must be addressed as the European experience is entirely different (with the main influx being non-white, ethnic and religious groups challenging liberalism and existing notions of citizenship). Presenting a fresh and unique perspective of multiculturalism and citizenship in Western Europe today, this book offers a comparative series of national case studies by a diverse range of leading scholars that together provide a theoretical framework for the volume as a whole. The contributors investigate the extent to which we can talk about a common Europe-wide multiculturalism debate, or whether here too there is a Europe of two (or more) gears, in which some countries address multicultural claims swiftly whilst others lag behind, busy with more basic issues of immigrant acceptance and integration. Comprehensive and interdisciplinary, this text is essential reading for advanced undergraduates, researchers and policy makers interested in immigration, multiculturalism, European integration, Islamic studies and ethnicities.
Historia, presente, futuro Islam: Past, Present & Future), Madrid 2006 (English
edition: Oxford 2007); Maria-Angels Roque, El islam plural Pluralist Islam,
Barcelona 2003; Riay Tatary Bakry, El islam en España hoy Islam in Spain Today
Author: Gerhard Besier
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
The religious association of Jehovah’s Witnesses has existed for about 150 years in Europe. How Jehovah’s Witnesses found their way in these countries has depended upon the way this missionary association was treated by the majority of the non-Witness population, the government and established churches. In this respect, the history of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Europe is also a history of the social constitution of these countries and their willingness to accept and integrate religious minorities. Jehovah’s Witnesses faced suppression and persecution not only in dictatorships, but also in some democratic states. In other countries, however, they developed in relative freedom. How the different situations in the various national societies affected the religious association and what challenges Jehovah’s Witnesses had to overcome – and still do in part even until our day – is the theme of this history volume.
8 D . HANF , “ La integración de las comunidades islámicas en Alemania : marco
jurídico y problemas políticos ” , in M . A . Roqué ( ed . ) , El islam plural ,
Barcelona , 2003 , 295 - 311 , J . MORERAS , Musulmanes en Barcelona ,
Author: Marie-Claire Foblets
Publisher: Emile Bruylant
Category: Cultural pluralism
In the twenty-first century nearly all countries face the reality of 'cultural diversity', a concept that refers to the presence, and, increasingly, the affirmation of diverse cultures within the borders of particular political communities. This process appears to be in full swing. In Europe, for instance, the migratory waves of the post-war period gave rise to new sociological and cultural circumstances within the various states. The multiplicity of cultures and the spread of various religions from other parts of the world cause ongoing turmoil. Outside of Europe, diversity is often connected with colonial history. In the face of this widespread phenomenon, different states adopt different positions. Either cultural differences lead to problems that are difficuit to manage, or the differences are more or less integrated or given a formal structure. Between these two potes there are many nuances, ranging from a rejection of differences to their toleration and finally their recognition. The essays in this collection show the various ways in which the law responds to this situation. They make clear that liberalism's official blindness to differences, and its tendency to subordinate them to an abstract notion of equality, has become increasingly problematic. If the state does not respond in an appropriate way to the daim for valorisation of diversity, it risks leaving the question of identities to strategic manipulation, thereby leading to a process of cultural and identity fragmentation. The ambition common to the authors - over 30 - who contributed to this volume is to take the reflection further, by providing a manifold illumination of the various situations examined from ail over the world. They share the conviction that greater attention to the reality of legal pluralism will improve the lives of many in quite practical ways. It is also their view that, as a normative matter, justice requires that jurists take greater care in evaluating the worldviews and value systems of the groups that reside within a state.
trabajos del IV Congreso Internacional de Estudios Jurídicos Islámicos, Derecho
y Sufismo, Murcia, 7-10 mayo 2003 Alfonso Carmona ... Sólo en algunos casos -
como en éste , usamos el plural árabe , indicando su singular entre paréntesis .
Author: Sir Richard Francis BurtonPublish On: 1898
There is , or rather was , another colony at Masr el ' Atikah ( Babylon or Old Cairo
) . ... 3 In conversation Von Kremer quoted the name Sabáijeh , a “ broken plural ,
” of which no singular is known , as alternating with Zutt in old Arab historians .
El chaflán también recogía esa mezcla cultural del propio país a caballo entre
oriente y occidente , entre el cristianismo y el Islam , entre el imperio
austrohúngaro y el otomano . Durante la primera y Segunda Guerra Mundial el
Athénée fue la ...
The higher estimate comes from F. El - Manssoury , “ Muslims in Europe : The
Lost Tribe of Islam ” , in the same journal , X , 1 ( January 1989 ) , 63 . Arif Ghayur
, “ Muslims in the United States : Settlers and Visitors ” , The Annals of the ...
London , The Jew , the Gypsy and El Islam . Hutchinson and Co . London . 1898
Campbell , J . K . 1964 Honor , Family and Patronage : A Study of Institutional ,
and Moral Values in a Greek Mountain Community . Oxford University Press .
... with the first century , when very few persons born before the establishment of El - Islám through Arabia were living . ... first , of odes ( termed vilá , plural of öxs )
, which were regarded as complete poems , and which were all designed to be ...
( Aș , ș , Mgh , Mşb , Ķ . ) - Red and signifies A state of union , agreement , conOf
, or relating to , a plural . ... I took , or seized , such a onei decll save since the
coming of El - Islám ; for it to the A , that comprises a sheep or goat : ( TA :) by the
( Aș , Ș , Mgh , Mşb , Ķ . ) - Red and signifies A state of union , agreement ,
conlistas Of , or relating to , a plural . ... ( I took , or seized , such a one ] vervui
save since the coming of El - Islám ; ( or it to the A , that comprises a sheep or
goat : ( TA ...
Author: Sir Richard Francis BurtonPublish On: 1863
... aspire to regain the lands of their forefathers , and they swear that they will
come to their own again . I doubt the probability of their so doing . The weak
outlying states of El Islam , * Mr. Senior , and probably others , opines touching ' plural ...
( Aș , ș , Mgh , Mşb , Ķ . ) - Red and signifies A state of union , agreement ,
conliges Of , or relating to , a plural . ... ( I took , or seized , such a one ) irami save
since the coming of El - Islám ; ( or it to the A , that comprises a sheep or goat : (
TA :) by ...
With regard to theological , legal , and still more to ritualistic questions , El - Islâm
has not always been free from dissension . There are in the first place four
Orthodox ... DERVISHES ( darwish , plural darorîsh ) . The Ķorân frequently gives
Author: Sir Richard Francis BurtonPublish On: 1855
El Islam ! ” The Czar could not be expected to take such a step without a little
hesitation , but “ Allah smites the faces of the Infidels ! ” Abdel Mejid ... El Medinah
. [ Aroám is the plural of Roumi , from the name “ Roman ” adopted by the Greeks
Author: Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India)Publish On: 1881
The verses were evidently composed after el - Islâm . Umm - el - ' Alâ was the
poet's wife , whose loss he mourns . V. 4. I have taken ... The well of tears , " shu'
anu ' eyní : shu'ún , plural of sha'n , the tear - ducts of the eye . وو X. دو و . . الموتور
Author: Richard Francis BurtonPublish On: 2011-12-29
El Islam!” The Czar could not be expected to take such a step without a little
hesitation, but “ Allah smites the faces of the Infidels I ” Abdel Mejid would
dispose of ... [Aroam is the plural of Roumi, from the name “Roman” adopted by
Author: Richard Francis Burton
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A vivid account of the hajj in 1853, by a British explorer who travelled to Mecca disguised as a pilgrim.
and Islamic Thought: Rupture and Continuity (Tunis: Dār el Janoub/Paris: Albin
Michel, 2008). ... Sixteen titles have appeared in a series called “Islam Singular
and Plural”, studying cultural pluralism within a contextualised view of Islam.
Author: Robert Gleave
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
An investigatigation of the phenomenon of literal interpretation in Islam, which proposes the literal meaning as the only acceptable one. It focuses on the tradition of Muslim legal writings, and also makes reference to Quranic exegesis (tafsir) and Arabi
Abd - er - Rahmân son of ' Auf was one of the first converts to el - Islâm , and must
have known well el . Hårith son of ' Auf of Đubyân ... 42–44 ) , Zuheyr uses the plural , as if many of the family of Ghoy had taken part in it . * This tale rests on the