The concept of secularism was imported along with many of the ideas of post enlightenment modernity from europe into the muslim world namely middle east and north africa among muslim intellectuals the early debate on secularism centered mainly on the relationship between religion and state and how this relationship was related to european . 113 john ruedy ed islamism and secularism in north africa new york st martins press and center for contemporary arab studies georgetown university 1996 in the past 200 years north africa has been placed in a num. Part 3 reform or repression state responses to the islamic revival contains papers by i william zartman democratic alternatives in the maghrib john p entelis the reemergence of authoritarian politics in algeria dale f eickelman moroccan elections in the 1990s and mary jane deeb successes and failures of islamist movements in . In islamism and secularism in north africa leading scholars from the united states europe and north africa explore the islamic challenge drawing on the disciplines of political science history sociology and anthropology the contributors examine the relations between religion the state and political opposition movements in north africa. This book provides an excellent handbook to the islamic movements in morocco tunisia algeria and libya and fills a major gap in the scholarship on islam and the arab west
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