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Tariq Ramadan was born in August 26, 1962. He is a Swiss academic philosopher and writer. He is the professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies in the Faculty of Oriental Studies at St Antony’s College, Oxford, and also teaches at the Oxford Faculty of Theology. He himself describes his book Islam and the Arab Awakening as follows: « This book makes no claim to reveal secrets, to unveil what may be strategic goals, and even less to predict the future. To do so would be madness, a combination of presumption and vanity. It would also be futile. Today, as terms like “Arab Spring,” “revolutions,” and “upheavals” are thrown about to describe what has happened across the Middle East and North Africa, I seek only to reexamine the facts, study the realities, and suggest some lessons, not only for the Arab world and the Muslim majority countries, but also for observers of these startling and unexpected developments. »

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Details about Islam and the Arab Awakening PDF:

  • Title of the book: Islam and the Arab Awakening
  • Author: Islam and the Arab Awakening
  • Genre: non-fiction
  • Pages: 256 Pages
  • Size: 1.52 M.B
  • Edition: oxford
  • ISBN: 
    978–0–19–993373–0

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