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Islam in the eyes of the West [electronic resource] : images and realities in an age of terror / edited by Tareq Y. Ismael and Andrew Rippin.


Public Safety Canada Library






Includes bibliographical references and index.


1 online resource (x, 290 p.)


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The "West" and the Islamic world: patterns of confrontation and paths to reconciliation / Tareq Y. Ismael and Andrew Rippin -- The origin of difference: Edward Said, Michel Foucault and the modern image of Islam / Dietrich Jung -- Demonizing the enemy in the war on terror / Shadia Drury -- Islam and Muslims as seen by the Christian Zionists / Norton Mezvinsky -- Vigilante masculinity and the "War on Terror" / Sunera Thobani -- Islam in the US: the contemporary scene / Fuad Shaban -- "Jihadiology" and the problem of reaching a contemporary understanding of jihad / Abdel Salam Sidahmed -- Muslims, neighbours in Asia? the transformation of Japan's perceptions of Islam as shown in its media / Keiko Sakai islam -- U.S. politics, media and Muslims in the post 9/11 era / Janice J. Terry -- Media and societal discourse on Western-Muslim relations / Karim H. Karim -- Understanding the Muslim world: we can do better / Raymond Baker and Alex Henry -- Applying "the McCarthy test" to Canadian and American security legislation: a 10-year retrospective on the impact of September 11, 2001 on privacy rights / Patrick Smith -- Huntington's "Clash of civilizations": rumours and clarification / Glenn E. Perry -- Getting it wrong yet again: America and the Islamic mainstream / Raymond Baker.


Durham modern Middle East and Islamic world series.

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