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Abid Ullah rated it it was amazing Sep 01, The third chapter aims to provide the real beneficiaries of the democracy. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Sohail U,lah rated it it was ok Sep 27, Get to Know Us. Both the extremes joined the cause of dying democracy, knowingly or unknowingly. The author is a terrible and inexperienced writer.
Qureshi marked it as to-read Jan 24, Well, I Its a great book. The democracy as it has been practiced is nothing more than rule of the mightiest. It specifically covers the disinformation spread and confusion promoted by well-known “scholars” of Islam in their discussion under the title “Islam and the Challenge of Democracy” as if democracy is out to challenge the core principles of Islam.
They outright violation of human rights in these Muslim countries is taken by the champions in a context which is totally distorted and unappealing to sanity. After scrutinizing all niceties and subtleties associated with the democracy and Islam, the author reaches at the conclusion that Islam provides an integrated homogenous whole. Adeel Umer marked it as to-read Sep 09, Rafiah Muhammad rated it it was amazing Feb 07, Faraz added it Dec 23, Reading this book is really like entering into a different domain.
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After reading a shallow criticism of The End of Democracy, I went on reading this book. Adele rated it did not like it Jun 23, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
It is hard to get through this book without pondering whether the author has even an inkling of knowledge on how democracy works. The problem is that many of us do not see any alternative to democracy and that lack of vision makes many stick to the search for the illusive true democracy. These are the continuous attempts by the special interests to steal the wealth of the common people; the incomplete or unfair representation of minorities women and the poor; a growing abud between the rich and the poor; unfairly structured electoral processes; a lack of integration among nations; the absence of measure to protect natural environment and edn control population growth; the inordinate influence of the lobbyists; pervasive distortion of information by the mass media that are dominated by special interests; an increasing degree of information overload; the inadequacy of educational institutions in preparing citizens to participate in the multicultural and increasingly complex process of democratic decision making and the demosclerotic we of entitlements that has accompanied the struggle for a greater share of the welfare state.
If they do, does Islam prescribe a specific form of governance? Can democracy only succeed in a state where there is a complete separation of religion and politics?
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Saud Ali marked it as to-read Sep ned, The causes of failure of democracy are many. It has enslaved the whole world with the power of the gun. Refresh and try again.
The disclosure of imperialistic crime in the name of democracy itself invalidated the self-opinionated belief of certain official intellectuals that no society can survive without practicing liberal democracy. Since the late s, he has published many books and articles on political, resources and abd development issues.
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The author completely rejects the view that democracy poses any challenge to Islam. Evidently the great arab thinkers of the distant past seem to have all been replaced by narrow minded islamic propagandist such as Abid Ullah Jan whose lives seems dedicated to discrediting western societies and promoting islamic radicalism. Your email address will not be published. Do Muslims really need an Islamic Ddmocracy
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Return to Book Page. Fayaz Faheem marked it as to-read Jan 18, The term was coined by Bishop Martin Luther of Germany when he revolted against the Vatican and invented the religious sect, protestants, and he used the term fundamentalists for the hardcore Catholics. The twenty-first century is a century of the comprehensive and deepening crisis of US model of democracy which continues to bring mankind wars, suffering, starvation and spiritual emptiness. Saqib Ulkah added it Jan 09, His assertion that Islamic rule is superior to Democracy in the areas of justicecivil rights and civil liberties may sound good on paper, but anyone who lives in the real world can clearly see that this is patently false.
Rashad Rafiq rated it it was amazing Sep 10, Muhammad Murtaza marked it as to-read Oct 27, Its therefore understandable that only divine laws can bring peace and harmony in the world. Thanks for telling us about the problem. denocracy
Sah War marked it as to-read Sep 30, For most of the duration during its conceptual phases the title of this book remained “Democracy and the Challenge of Islam,” for it tried to counter the baseless arguments presented in the aforementioned series of the Boston Review which ulpah now available in book form as well. See all Product description. The objective behind their democratic hypocracies are dual in nature: Its entire path is washed with blood and tears, and marked with indifference to the general dwmocracy.
The ominous propaganda by the evil and devilish powers against Islam needs to be countered very effectively, where such propositions are worth taking cognizance i.