Democracy and Islamic Revivalism
S. V. R. Nasr draws on the case of Pakistan's principal Islamic revivalists, Jama'at-i Islami, to argue that participation in the political process acts to constrict Islamic revivalism. The detailed examination of the party's role in Pakistan shows that inclusion in the political process has forced compromises and greater pragmatism on the party.
Islam and Democracy: Fear of the Modern World, Fatima Mernissi Reviewed by S. V. R. Nasr
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