"Islam" means peace : understanding the Muslim principle of nonviolence today, Amitabh PalThe Resource "Islam" means peace : understanding the Muslim principle of nonviolence today, Amitabh Pal
- "Islam" means peace : understanding the Muslim principle of nonviolence today, Amitabh Pal
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- understanding the Muslim principle of nonviolence today
- Statement of responsibility
- Amitabh Pal
- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -266) and index
- Inspiration at the roots : sources of nonviolence in Islam -- At the point of a sword? How Islam actually spread -- Ignored for no fault of theirs : the Sufis and other pacifist Muslim sects -- Jihad is not war : grappling with the most controversial aspect of Islam -- A most improbable tale : nonviolence among the Pashtuns of Pakistan -- Following in the Mahatma's footsteps : Muslim Gandhians -- A refusal to cooperate : the struggle of the Kosovar Albanians -- Not just a land of conflict : nonviolence in the Middle East -- Struggling against heavy odds : Palestinians and nonviolence -- To topple dictators without force : peaceful protest in modern South Asia
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- 25 cm.
- 276 p.
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