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eBook The Jihad: An Islamic alternative in Egypt (Cairo papers in social science) download ISBN: 9774241428
Author: Nemat Guenena
Publisher: American University in Cairo Press (1986)
Language: English
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2; The'Jihad' An' Isalamic Alternative' in Egypt by Nemat Guenena 1986, Fall; Vol. 9, Mono. 3; The of Palestinian Identity in Egypt by Maha Ahmed Dajoni 1986, Winter; Vol. 4; Social Identity in a Cairo Neighborhood by Nadia Adel Taher Box 4: 1987, Spring; Vol. 10, Mono. 1; Al-Sanhuri and Islamic Law by Enid Hill 1987, Summer; Vol. 10, Mono

Guenena Nemat, 1986, The " Jihad " : An Islamic alternative in Egypt.

Guenena Nemat, 1986, The " Jihad " : An Islamic alternative in Egypt. Cairo Papers in Social Science, Vol. 9, Monograph 2 (Summer), p. 56; David Zeidan, " Radical Islam in Egypt: A Comparison of Two Groups, " in Barry Rubin, e. Revolutionaries and Reformers: Contemporary Islamist Movements in the Middle East (Albany: SUNY, 2003), pp. 11–23. See Omar Ashour, Perspectivas on Terrorism De- Radicalization of Jihad?

Also consult Nemat Guenena, ‘The Jihad : An Islamic Alternative in Egypt’, Cairo Papers in Social Sciences, Vol. 9, no. 2, Summer 1986, pp. 1–103;Google Scholar.

Also consult Nemat Guenena, ‘The Jihad : An Islamic Alternative in Egypt’, Cairo Papers in Social Sciences, Vol. 22. Eric Davis, ‘Ideology, Social Class and Islamic Radicalism in Modern Egypt’, in Said Amir Arjomand (e., From Nationalism to Revolutionary Islam ( Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1984 ), pp. 134–57;CrossRefGoogle Scholar. R. Hrair Dckmejian, Islam in Revolution: Fundamentalism in the Arab World (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1985), pp. 79–108Google Scholar.

The ‘Jihad’: An ‘Islamic Alternative’ in Egypt. Master’s thesis, American University in Cairo Press, 1985. Inside al-Qaeda: Global Network of Terror. Al-Haraka al-Islamiyya min al-Muqwajaha ila al-Muraja’a. Translated by Mandi Fahmy. Cairo: Maktabat Madbooly, 2002. Two Hours That Shook the World.

2 The 'Jihad': An Islamic Alternative In Egypt, Nemat Guenena. 3 The Of Palestinian Identity In Egypt, Maha A. Dajani. 4 Social Identity And Class In A Cairo Neighborhood, Nadia A. Taher. 1 Social Security And The Family In Egypt, Helmi Tadros. 2 Basic Needs, Inflation And The Poor Of Egypt, Myrette El-Sokkary.

Understanding the Public Sector in Egyptian Cinema: A State Venture Cairo Papers in Social Science Vol. 35, No. 3. Public and government attitudes to the role of the public sector in Egyptian cinema In 1957 the public sector in Egyptian cinema was established, followed shortly by the emergence of public-sector film production in 1960, only to end eleven years later, in 1971.

Guenena, Nemat 1986 The Jihad : An Islamic alternative in Egypt. 9, Monograph 2 (Summer). Committee on Science and Technology for Countering Terrorism. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. In press Terrorism: Perspectives from the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Neil Smelser and Faith Mitchell, eds. Panel on Behavioral, Social, and Institutional Issues.

119 89. Nemat Guenena, The ‘Jihad’: An ‘Islamic Alternative’ in Egypt, Cairo Papers in Social Science, Vol. 9, Summer 1986, p. 63. 90. Stephen Ulph, The Islambouli Enigma, Global Terrorism Analysis. Terrorism Monitor, Vol. 1, Issue 3, September 3, 2004. 91. Guenena, p. 55. 92. A 27-year-old engineer executed after Sadat’s assassination. The book draws heavily on the ideas of Ibn Taymiyya, a medieval writer. See Emmanuel Sivan, Radical Islam, Medieval Theology and Modern Politics, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985, pp. 103- 104.