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En puisant aux sources de la pense et de la civilisation islamiue Tari Ramadan montre ue les musulmans ont les moyens de rpondre aux dfis contemporains sans trahir leur identit Nourris par leurs rfrences ils peuvent p Well written and informative account of the Arab Awakening from an intellectually sound perspective Tari Ramadan explores the progression of the Middle Eastern region from an angle that adds light and logic than what is usually portrayed by the media Some of the most interesting aspects of the book deal with disparities in Eastern and Western perspectives on particular historical instances giving much needed texture and depth to individuals on both sides of the spectrum Ramadan also puts forth well reasoned inferences on the future of the region and has a hopeful outlook than many other political commentators

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Lislam Et Le Réveil Arabe

Et l'idologie du modernisme dont la tendance est d'imposer une occidentalisation ui au fond n'admet pas autrement ue dans discours bien intentionns la ralit du pluralisme des civilisations des religions et des culture This book is a must read Could have easily been cut down to half its pages though without losing in essence or ideas

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Enser l'poue moderne en proposant une gestion sociale politiue et conomiue spcifiue attachel'thiue etla spiritualit Encore faut il pour tre entendu ue l'interlocuteur occidental fasse la distinction entre la modernit I learned uite a bit from this book but it was fairly repetitive and even the appendix contained very similar points from the actual book chapters There were very good portions and in depth accurate and prescient analysis I especially liked the overarching theme of turning inward to assess ways for the region to overcome corruption ineuality and poverty cultural imperialism and political stagnation


10 thoughts on “Lislam Et Le Réveil Arabe

  1. says:

    A solid middling effort Ramadan delivers some solid insights but also undercuts himself with some shoddy analysis of key issues First

  2. says:

    Carefully analized Tari Ramadan offers a comprehensive account on the Arab uprisings of 2011 With dictators ousted and exiled and killed he explains how Islam plays an instrumental role as a 'guide' for the new Ara

  3. says:

    Well written and informative account of the Arab Awakening from an intellectually sound perspective Tari Ramadan explores the progression of the Middle Eastern region from an angle that adds light and logic than what is usually portrayed by the media Some of the most interesting aspects of the book deal with disparities in Eastern a

  4. says:

    Drawing on the sources of Islamic thought and civilization Tari Ramadan shows that Muslims have the means to respond to contemporary challenges without betraying their identity Nourished by their references they can think of the modern era by proposing a specific social political and economic management attached to ethics and spirituality To be heard it is still necessary for the Western interlocutor to distinguish betwe

  5. says:

    I learned uite a bit from this book but it was fairly repetitive and even the appendix contained very similar points from the actual book chapters There were very good portions and in depth accurate and prescient analysis I especially liked the overarching theme of turning inward to assess ways for the region to overcome corruption ineuality and poverty cultural imperialism and political stagnation

  6. says:

    25 stars The author is definitely a professor; probably a good one too He asks a lot of uestions in his book and is very repetitive Another reviewer said that he could have written the book in half the number of pages I agre

  7. says:

    This book is a must read Could have easily been cut down to half its pages though without losing in essence or ideas

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  10. says:

    It’s so frustrating that he wrote this boo