Islamic Republics And Nations
Though there have historically been many regimes that could be interpreted as primitive Islamic Republics, in the modern era there have been very few. Today, the creation of Islamic Republics is the rallying cry for many hard-line Muslim fundamentalists all over the world. Many of these Muslims advocate the abolishment of the monarchies of the Middle East; regimes which they believe to be overly secular or otherwise destructive to Islam. As the Islamic Revolution completed its third decade, it would not be too difficult to realize the reality and the fruits of its mismanagement during its imperial and revolutionary eras. Throughout the three decades of its existence, the Islamic Republic has managed, notably, to produce more hunger, extreme frustration and anger, prostitution at a record pace, drug addiction beyond control, child execution without any regard to the international human rights bylaws. There are many reports regarding cases of child sexual abuse and molestation of the innocent people and systematic and illegal abuse of detainees and hundreds of gruesome acts have also been reported.
A H Mastan
A H Mastan is an eminent Urdu researcher graduate from Lucknow and passed his MA (Persian) in first division and won several medals for his outstanding merits. He is professionally settled and his main field of study is Economic Policy, Economic of Middle East Public Finance, Geopolitics and Contemporary Islamic World and is considered a balanced his life to the improvement of the standard of Urdu Research and Islamic Studies.
1. Islam in Jordan, Central Asian States and Rural Malays -- Pg. 1
2.The Islamic Movement IN Israel -- Pg. 53
3.Islam and Arabs,Iran and Iraq -- Pg. 69
4.Islamic Revolutions in Iran and Redical Politics in Turkey -- Pg. 111
5.State , Islam and Opposition in Saudi Arabia -- Pg. 145
6.Islam in Lebanon, North Africa and Morocco -- Pg. 161
7.Islam in Caucasus, Chicago, Brazil,Spain and Europe -- Pg. 207
8.Islam in Arab and Middle East -- Pg. 237
9.Islamism and Post Islamism in Sudan -- Pg. 263
10.Liberal Islam : Prospects and Challenges -- Pg. 273
Bibliography -- Pg. 287
Index -- Pg. 291