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Author : Judy Andrekson
language : en
Publisher: Tundra Books
Release Date : 2009-06-05
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Miskeen was born in obscurity on a Russian farm, sold to a traveling circus, and earned a reputation performing in small towns in the 1980s. He was schooled first as a liberty (rider-less) horse and then as a “dancing” (dressage) performer. Dancing was what he did best, and he was often observed trotting on the spot whenever he heard music. He matured into a magnificent, highly trained and valuable animal. But then tragedy struck. Confined in his stall after an exhausting day of performances in unbearable heat, Miskeen was spotted by a boy. The boy took up a training whip and beat the horse mercilessly until, in panic, Miskeen struck out. The boy was bitten severely, and, in retribution, Miskeen was ordered to have all his teeth pulled so that he could never “turn vicious” again. Suddenly the magnificent animal was disabled, humiliated, unable to eat, and totally worthless to those who had prized him. Miskeen would have died, had he not been rehabilitated by a young British woman named Vicky Malia. He recovered, eventually rewarding his new owner with private dance performances. It seemed he still had an ear for music and a memory of grander days. Miskeen is dancing still. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Author : Alix Philippon
language : fr
Publisher: KARTHALA Editions
Release Date : 2011
Download Soufisme Et Politique Au Pakistan written by Alix Philippon and has been published by KARTHALA Editions this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2011 with Bareilly School (Islam) categories.
Etat créé en 1947 au nom de l'islam, le Pakistan est aujourd'hui pointé du doigt comme l'épicentre du jihadisme international. Mais sait-on que l'islamisme pakistanais compte dans ses rangs des soufis, les mystiques de l'islam ? Souvent perçu comme une alternative "quiétiste" et "tolérante" à un islamisme plus politiquement (voire radicalement) actif, le soufisme constitue pourtant un prisme privilégié pour appréhender les complexes dynamiques politiques au Pakistan. Au sein du champ islamiste pakistanais, c'est le mouvement barelwi qui a le plus revendiqué son appartenance à une identité soufie. Inspirées du modèle confrérique, implantées dans les centres urbains et dirigées par des leaders charismatiques, les différentes organisations barelwies ont tenté de se redéfinir en fonction des exigences de la modernité, démontrant ainsi comment la "tradition" peut se transformer en un véhicule puissant du changement et de la mobilisation politique. Ce mouvement présente néanmoins un paradoxe intéressant : défenseur sur la scène publique de l'islam majoritaire représentatif de la sensibilité religieuse de la population, les barelwis sont toujours demeurés confinés dans une minorité politique. A l'heure de la "guerre contre le terrorisme", dont le Pakistan est un Etat de ligne de front depuis 2001, la politisation des lignes de fractures doctrinales et la radicalisation des identités religieuses, déjà bien engagées dès les années 1980, se sont accélérées. Dans ces processus politiques et sectaires où le soufisme s'est vu plus que jamais idéologisé et où le champ islamiste s'est encore davantage différencié, le mouvement barelwi a joué un rôle émergent et ses contours ont dessiné un islamisme autre, un véritable soufislamisme, qui a su séduire le nouveau gouvernement au pouvoir à Islamabad.
Author : Miskeen Ali Hijazi
language : ar
Release Date : 1970
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Author : Mohammad Malkawi
language : en
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2010-04-22
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The Fall of Capitalism and the Rise of Islam provides a critical analysis of the current financial crisis in the US and the world at large. It concludes that the current crisis could very well be a sign of failure of the underlying system of capitalism. The book shows that the system of capitalism contains serious faults and defects at the core theory level. Economic and financial crisis periodically occur whenever these defects are triggered by various conditions and political decisions during the life of capitalism. The collapse of financial institutions, the crash of the housing market, the evaporation of trillions of dollars, the creation of virtual unreal wealth, and the decline of productivity are symptoms of the potential failure of the ideology of capitalism. This failure has serious impact on the life quality of billions of people around the world who suffer from poverty, hunger, health insecurity, lack of education, and serious inhuman conditions. The world order under capitalism witnessed multiple world wars, political and economic instability, colonialism, absence of peace, deprivation of justice and polarization of wealth and power. This book predicts a potential crash and collapse of the world order under the pressure of a failing capitalism. Concurrent to the decline and potential collapse of capitalism, the book makes an account of another global phenomenon, namely the second rise of Islam. The rise of Islam, similar to the first one that lasted for thirteen hundred years, is a comprehensive rise that brings up the economic system together with the political system, and the moral system together with the legal system. It is much needed and sought to introduce to the world a system full of justice, fairness, and geared toward productivity and human righteousness. The new rise of Islam is argued to be in the best interest of the human societies around the world, and that the propagated fear of this rise is unfounded. The book provides a detailed description of the economic system and the political economy of Islam. It provides compelling evidence that the Islamic political economy characterized by sustained productivity and wealth distribution guarantees the satisfaction of the basic needs of a human. The Islamic political economy integrates several mechanisms for natural distribution of wealth, while it maintains a high level of productivity through the inhibition of usury, hoarding, and exploitation. The Fall of Capitalism and the Rise of Islam makes extensive references to a score of historians, scholars, and scientists who provide a fair testimony of the Islamic civilization and the ideology of Islam.
Author : Megan Adamson Sijapati
language : en
Release Date : 2012-03-29
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This book draws on extensive fieldwork among Muslims in Nepal to examine the local and global factors that shape contemporary Muslim identity and the emerging Islamic revival movement based in the Kathmandu valley. Nepal's Muslims are active participants in the larger global movement of Sunni revival as well as in Nepal's own local politics of representation. The book traces how these two worlds are lived and brought together in the context of Nepal's transition to secularism, and explores Muslim struggles for self-definition and belonging against a backdrop of historical marginalization and an unprecedented episode of anti-Muslim violence in 2004. Through the voices and experiences of Muslims themselves, the book examines Nepal’s most influential Islamic organizations for what they reveal about contemporary movements of revival among religious minorities on the margins--both geographic and social--of the so-called Islamic world. It reveals that Islamic revival is both a complex response to the challenges faced by modern minority communities in this historically Hindu kingdom and a movement to cultivate new modes of thought and piety among Nepal’s Muslims.
Author : Garcin de Tassy (M., Joseph-Héliodore-Sagesse-Vertu)
language : fr
Release Date : 1839
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language : fr
Release Date : 1839
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