8 edition of Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam found in the catalog.
by University Press of Florida
Written in English
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A seminar on Non violence and Peace building in Islam featuring Professor Mohammed Abu Nimer (American University); Imam Ajmal Masrour ; and Dr Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana (Salam Institiute for Peace. Brinkmann: Steps for Peace, Working Manual for Peace building and Conflict Management 5 General introduction This manual is a peace building and conflict management working book for field workers in national and international organisations in Afghanistan. It will support them in theirFile Size: 1MB.
Non-Violence and Islam by Maulana Wahiduddin Khan. Non-violence should never be confused with inaction or passivity. Non-violence is action in the full sense of the word. Rather it is more forceful an action than that of violence. It is a fact that non-violent activism is more powerful and effective than violent activism.4/5(). Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam: Theory and Practice. By Mohammed Abu-Nimer. University Press of Florida Pp. $ ISBN: - Volume 21 Issue 2 - Joseph V. Montville.
Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Nonviolence and Peacebuilding in Islam: Theory and Practice (Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, ) Karim D. Crow, “Islamic Peaceful Action (al-Jihad al-Silmi): Nonviolent Approach to Justice and Peace in Islamic Societies," Capitol Journal on Culture and Soci no. 1 (): Get this from a library! Varieties of Muslim nonviolence: three Muslim movements of nonviolence and peace building. [Margaret D Linehan] -- Religiously based nonviolence varies in motive, intent and interpretation. John Howard Yoder outlines a variety of religious nonviolence in his book Nevertheless. Muslim nonviolence is not addressed.
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Written by a Muslim scholar, lecturer, and trainer in conflict resolution, this book examines the largely unexplored theme of nonviolence and peace building in Islamic religion Cited by: Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam: Theory and Practice. "Most approaches to violence or its opposite in Islam try to establish that the religion of the Prophet is one or the other, and thus get nowhere/5(9).
University Press of Florida Book: Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam. Contributors: Mohammed Abu-Nimer.
ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Middle East - Political Science. Hardly a day passes without the media reporting some violent barbarity somewhere in the world being committed in the name of Islam.
Today, there is an urgent need for popularising an alternate understanding of Islam, one rooted in a commitment to peace, nonviolence and inter-community harmony. The approach to non-violence and peace-building outlined in this book is based on the Quran and the life of the Prophet Muhammad.
It draws lessons from these sources that can be applied to efforts to negotiate differences and conflicts at all levels—from between individuals to between communities and entire countries. In the book Non-Violence and Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam book in Islam he presents the approach to conflict-prevention, conflict-resolution and peace-building outlined in the Quran and the life of the Prophet.
A common thread running through these essays is the assertion that one should differentiate between Islam and Muslims: one should judge Muslims in the light of Islamic.
NONVIOLENCE AND PEACE BUILDING IN ISLAM: THEORY AND PRACTICE. By Mohammed Abu-Nimer. University Press of Florida Pp. $ ISBN: Don't be put off by the prosaic title of this book. It's the kind of label university presses like and academic professors propose so that their works will be adopted for course use.
And. This book of his, Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam (published in Florida in ) provides a theoretical framework as well as a practical one. In the theoretical part Abu-Nimer starts with an overview of the many stud-ies done on just war and Islam. It is clear that there is a school of thought in Islam that justifies acts of war and the.
This research analyzed the Abdurrahman Wahid’s thought on nonviolence and peace building in Islam with a research problem is “how to construct of Abdurrahman Wahid’s thought on nonviolence and peace building?” To elaborate the problem, I used the.
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Abu-Nimer, then, turns to analyze the literature of peace studies in Islam, which he classifies in three major categories: studies of Jihad, studies of just war and studies of nonviolence.
In studies of Jihad, scholars see Islam as a violent religion; no mention of peacebuilding in Islam can be found here. Through a discussion of the structural and cultural obstacles to peace building and nonviolence, the author explains the gap between Islamic values and ideals and their applications in day-to-day reality.
To illustrate the actual practice of these values and principles of peace building, Author: Mohammed Abu-Nimer. Nonviolence and peace building in Islam: theory and practice. [Mohammed Abu-Nimer] -- "Most approaches to violence or its opposite in Islam try to establish that the religion of the Prophet is one or the other, and thus get nowhere.
PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam: Theory and Practice, by Mohammed Abu-Nimer. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, ix + pages. Notes to p. Index top. $ "Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam" has helped me tremendously in understanding the tradition of nonviolence and conflict resolution in Islam and Abu-Nimer is to be thanked for this.
I can recommend it to anyone interested in religion and peace issues.4/5(1). Mohammed Abu-Nimer is the author of Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Dialogue, Conflict R Home My Books4/5.
spect, three articles are presented in this book that address the issues of war, peace and non-violence from the viewpoint of the teachings of Islam.
These authoritative articles have been chosen from the works of Imam Muhammad Shirazi who, as can be seen from his extensive works, advocates non-violence in all manners of life, and in the variousFile Size: KB.
Peace Safeguards Islam Peace Amongst Members of the Movement The Results of Peace Equilibrium of Thought and Deed Results in Peace Building Blocks of Peace Within the Movement Instilling Peace Part Three: Non-Violence in the Teachings of Islam Non-violence by nature Non-violence by coercion Non-violence by.A Framework for Nonviolence and Peacebuilding in Islam Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Law and Religion 15(1/2) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.The True Jihad offers a wonderful insight into the ideology of non-violence in Islam.
It serves as a guide for both general readers and students of Islam. Maria Khan is a PhD candidate at the Department of Islamic Studies, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi She is a member of the Delhi-based Centre for Peace and Spirituality.