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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 cultures. 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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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 pe. A solid middling effort Ramadan delivers some solid insights but also undercuts himself with some shoddy analysis of key issues First Ramadan is careful and fair in his handling of the West s role in the uprisings of the Arab Spring Only fools would seriously contend either extreme that the US and Europe orchestrated the riots in each state or that the uprisings caught the West completely flat footed Ramadan charts a correct middle course The US government as well as large American corporations funded training for young cyber activists across the region throughout the late 1990s and early 2000s and companies like Google and Yahoo facilitated communication in states like Egypt stymying government attempts to hobble protestors online networks Cynics aren t completely wrong either as Ramadan rightly points out US tech giants have conspicuously let Syrian rebels deal with Asad s internet blocking on their own the West helps where it sees benefits and moves much cautiously where it doesn t Another important insight Ramadan offers is that Arabs early successes will go nowhere unless youthful activists and new leaders reconnect with Arab and Islamic references historical cultural linguistic social economic as well as political I thought this insight particularly noteworthy because Western pundits and too many Arab observers seem to frame the movements in Egypt Tunisia and elsewhere in terms of the activists aligning themselves with Western values as if they are finally seeing the light of Western culture and marrying themselves up to it Ramadan effectively slices through that nonsense and points out that the protestors early efforts reflected Arab ness not a sycophantic parroting of Western talking points Now it s crucial for the focus on Arab and Islamic references to continue as Arabs in effected countries focus on building anew rather than just tearing downBut I was disappointed that for all of his insistence on careful thorough analysis Ramadan so blithely asserts that Islam and democracy do not conflict This may very well be true and I personally believe it is but Ramadan just states it as a fact and moves on ignoring the deep and robust debate surrounding this important issue Intelligent scholars and clerics on both sides of the uestion have cogent arguments supporting their views but Ramadan just sweepingly ignores it all By the same token I was also taken aback by Ramadan s point blank dismissal of Western free market capitalism For all its flaws it s at the very least arguably a viable system of economics Ramadan clearly disagrees and believes that progress for the Arab world relies on an alternative economic system based on Arab and Islamic references and he may be right But his analysis on this point was again surprisingly weak and his statements disappointingly conclusoryStylistically the book read like a term paper whipped up during the last week of the semester The content was for the most part compelling and thoughtful but the prose felt overwrought and much of it superfluous This may be a byproduct of translation I understand this book was translated into English from French so I ll give Ramadan the benefit of the doubt But as an Oxford scholar I know he speaks English better than I do but I felt he could ve excised 30% of the book just by tightening up sentences and eliminating repeated points and ideasOverall however the book is above average and is a thoughtful and important and useful look at the fast moving Arab Spring

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Nser l'poue moderne en proposant une gestion sociale politiue et conomiue spcifiue attache l'thiue et la spiritualit Encore faut il pour tre entendu ue l'interlocuteur occidental fasse la distinction entre la modernit. 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 between modernity and the ideology of modernism the tendency of which is to impose a Westernization which basically does not admit other than in discourse intentional the reality of pluralism of civilizations religions and cultures

  • Unknown Binding
  • 288
  • Lislam Et Le Réveil Arabe
  • Tariq Ramadan
  • French
  • 05 February 2019
  • 9782845923294

About the Author: Tariq Ramadan

Tari Ramadan is the son of Said Ramadan and Wafa Al Bana who was the eldest daughter of Hassan al Banna who in 1928 founded the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt Gamal al Banna the liberal Muslim reformer is his great uncle His father was a prominent figure in the Muslim Brotherhood and was exiled by Gamal Abdul Nasser3 from Egypt to Switzerland where Tari was born Tari Ramadan studied Philo



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 Ramadan is careful and fair in his handling of the West's role in the uprisings of the Arab Spring Only foo

  2. says:

    Carefully analized Tari Ramadan offers a comprehensive account on the Arab uprisings of 2011 With dictators ousted and ex

  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 and Western perspectives on particular historical instances giving much needed texture and depth to individu

  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 cha

  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 agree with that Rather than offer new insight Ramadan poses uestions Without answering them I enjoyed some points in the book but really this could have been an article in a journal

  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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    90909749 R1654 2012

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  10. says:

    It’s so frustrating that he wrote this book at that time in English and not in Arabic I felt that someone like him with such knowledge and insights should have targeted the Egyptian youth as his audience His ideas might have embarked actions towards the right direction and saved vast number of young Egyptians

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