4 edition of The Iranian revolution and the Muslim world found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by David Menashri.|
|Series||Westview special studies on the Middle East|
|LC Classifications||DS63.2.I68 I73 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||90040602|
I The history of the Iranian revolution has been a history of misperceptions. The Shah was thought to run a tightly controlled autocracy and to command the most powerful military machine in the Persian Gulf region. Yet it required no more than thirteen months of largely peaceful demonstrations, Xeroxed leaflets, and crudely reproduced tapes to [ ]. The book owes its quality not only to the currency of its subject matter but also to its distinguished contributors, who address such issues as the failure of the Iranian revolution to replicate itself in other countries and the extent to which Iran’s experience has shaped the politics, economics, and cultures of .
I thought the Iranian Revolution would bring freedom. They were captivated by his charisma without reading any of his books or listening to him in . The Iranian Revolution () Download PDF Version By Stephen Zunes April The Iranian Revolution of was the first in a series of mass popular civil insurrections which would result in the overthrow of authoritarian regimes in dozens of countries over the next three decades.
Forty years ago today, Febru , Iran’s Islamic revolution culminated in the ascension to power of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. The overthrow of Iran’s monarchy and its replacement by a regime that would become deeply antagonistic to American interests was a powerful shock to official Washington and helped number the days of Jimmy. This week, we tell the real history of the Iranian Revolution. A story that begins in the 19th-century Great Game and continues to today. This video was a .
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The revolution also marked the victory of Islam over secular politics, and Iran quickly became the aspiring model for Islamic fundamentalists around the world.
This book explains in clear, straightforward prose the causes, actions and effects, both short term and long term of this revolution/5(9). International experts from Iran, Europe, Africa, and the United States assess worldwide impact of the Iranian Revolution on other Muslim societies and give us a remarkable analysis of the status of Islamic revivalism in a far-flung array of Islamic statues and societies—Lebanon, Bahrain, Egypt, Tunisia, Nigeria, Turkey, the USSR, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and : John L.
Esposito. Part one of the book deals primarily with the impact of the Iranian revolution upon the Muslim world in general, while the second part examines its effects on the Shi'i communities in the Middle East.
Part three studies Iran's efforts to ex-port the Islamic revolution into Saudi Arabia and the Gaza Strip, and her rela-tions with the Syrian government. The Iranian Revolution And The Muslim World.
[David Menashri] -- This book delineates the Islamic revolution's impact mainly on the Muslim Middle East and examines the first decade of the revolution. It deals with the repercussions of the revolution in several.
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This book consists of a series of interrelated chapters analyzing why Iran, among all countries, has seen so many revolutionary movements in the past century; the degree to which its religion, Shi'ism, is revolutionary; and the history of revolutionary and resistance movements in the modern Muslim : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
This book provides a detailed analysis of Iran's recent history, and in particular how the country has been shaped by the revolution. It is often forgotten that modern Iran is a revolutionary republic that arose out of the overthrow of the old, secular and very pro-western regime.
Since the revolution, this has been replaced by an Islamic. Similarly, political Islam, or Islamism, which had a major effect on the Muslim world and its relations with the United States and its allies in the wake of the Iranian revolution and Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, arose in interaction with the dynamics of the Cold War, although it was also embedded in older schools of thinking amongst Muslim.
In Revolutionary Iran, Michael Axworthy guides us through recent Iranian history from shortly before the Islamic revolution through the summer ofwhen Iranians poured into the streets of Tehran by the hundreds of thousands, demanding free, democratic government.
Axworthy explains how that outpouring of support for an end to tyranny in Iran paused and then moved on to other areas in 4/5(2). To put it into perspective, in — two years before Iran’s Islamic Revolution — % of the population was 25 or younger.
That trend continued after the revolution Author: Melissa Etehad. Iranian Revolution, also called Islamic Revolution, Persian Enqelāb-e Eslāmī, popular uprising in Iran in –79 that resulted in the toppling of the monarchy on Februand led to the establishment of an Islamic republic.
The successors of Iran’s Islamic Revolution galvanised pre-existing movements with new potential across the Muslim world. Yet, what was conveniently and not equally relayed was the subsequent disenfranchisement of the Iranian people on the receiving end of the Islamic Revolution’s ideology.
Covering Islam took as its point of departure the Iranian revolution, which by then had been fully counter-revolutionized by the forces of the Ayatollah. Yes, it was true that the Western press—which was one half of the pun about 'covering'—had been naïve if not worse about the Pahlavi regime.
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Your first book is Khomeinism by Ervand Abrahamian. Yes, Abrahamian is one of the leading historians of modern Iran.
He always writes very interesting things about the social and political history of the country and this book is actually a collection of essays that he has written on the Islamic revolution.
How Iran—and the world around it—have changed in the four decades since a revolutionary theocracy took power Iran’s revolution is one of the most important events of the late twentieth. The Iranian Revolution (Persian: انقلاب ایران , romanized: Enqelâbe Irân, pronounced [ʔeɴɢeˌlɒːbe ʔiːɾɒːn]), also known as the Islamic Revolution or the Revolution, was a series of events that culminated in the overthrow of the Pahlavi dynasty under Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, who was supported by the United States, and the replacement of his government with an Islamic republic under the Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomein Goals: Overthrow of the Pahlavi dynasty.
The book documents the revolution through photos that capture the chaos and drama of Iran in Burnett includes several eyewitness accounts describing the last days of the Iranian.
T he Islamic Republic of Iran that emerged from the revolution of has lasted quite well. Thirty years on, and better late than never, Iran is a. This paper is the first in a series by the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change looking at how the West has misunderstood the importance of the Iranian Revolution.
Western policies on Iran—and on the Muslim world more broadly—have consistently overlooked the impact of. Iranian revolution and the Muslim World. Daily Times And although the Iran-Iraq war may be over, the Muslim world remains embroiled in a cold war between Shia Iran and Sunni Saudi Arabia to."Foucault and the Iranian Revolution provides an original and groundbreaking examination of Foucault’s writing on Iran in the context of his intense interrogation of the differences between modern and traditional social orders.
Providing a rich dossier containing translations of Foucault’s relatively unknown writings on the Iranian revolution and his critics’ responses, Afary and Anderson provide new insights into Foucault’s work and the ongoing confrontation between the Muslim world.
Sohrab Ahmari Assistant Books Editor at the Wall Street Journal The 17th largest country in the world, the Islamic Republic of Iran commands attention not .