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  • Title: The Politics of Pan-Islam: Ideology and Organization
  • Author: Jacob M. Landau
  • ISBN: 9780198279488
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Politics of Pan-Islam: Ideology and Organization By Jacob M. Landau The unity of all Muslim believers is in one sense a given Islam forms a complete moral, cultural, legal, social, and political system Yet Islamic unity is also a political goal, one that has had influential and controversial expression in the ideal known as Pan Islam Jacob Landau s renowned study is the authoritative treatment of the Pan Islamic movement over the last 1The unity of all Muslim believers is in one sense a given Islam forms a complete moral, cultural, legal, social, and political system Yet Islamic unity is also a political goal, one that has had influential and controversial expression in the ideal known as Pan Islam Jacob Landau s renowned study is the authoritative treatment of the Pan Islamic movement over the last 120 years Covering a broad area of the Islamic world including Morocco, South Asia, and the Arabian Peninsula, this timely work has now been expanded to treat recent developments in the ex Soviet Republics of the Caucases and Central Asia.
    Jacob M. Landau
    Jacob M Landau is Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Landau was born on 20 March 1924 in Kishinev, Bessarabia, which he left in 1935, moving to Palestine with his parents, Miriam and Michael Landau They settled in Tel Aviv, where he studied at the Herzliya Gymnasium, ending his school career in 1942 He took his B.A and M.A in 1942 1946 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in history and Arabic studies His M.A thesis researched the nationalist movement in modern Egypt It was supervised by Professor Richard Michael Koebner For his Ph.D studies he went to the School of Oriental and African Studies in London His Ph.D dissertation there was on parliaments and parties in Egypt published in book form in 1953 His supervisor was Professor Bernard Lewis.Returning to Israel in 1949, he first taught history and the Arabic language at the Hebrew University s experimental high school from 1949 to 1958, interrupting this to take up a post doctoral fellowship at Harvard University with Professor H.A.R Gibbs in 1955 1956 During that year he was also visiting lecturer in modern Middle East history at Brandeis University In 1958 he joined the Hebrew University s department of political science where he lectured until 1993 when he left as a full professor emeritus During those years he also served as a part time professor of political science at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel, in addition to the Hebrew University He also served as visiting professor at foreign universities in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Turkey.

    The Politics of Pan-Islam: Ideology and Organization By Jacob M. Landau

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    J.M. Hushour
    A fine survey which I bet no one reads any an Israeli scholar Screeeeech Landau is light on the theory and heavy on the raw data which his impressive research unearthed lots of hitherto unknown bits here Covers the Hamidian period, Young Turks, the Khilafat movement, Russian Soviet Muslims and the Convention Era Really good, plus he s a great writer which makes it less painful to read.

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