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Civilian Jihad: Nonviolent Struggle, Democratization, and Governance in the Middle East 2009 book

Civilian Jihad: Nonviolent Struggle, Democratization, and Governance in the Middle East

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Civilian Jihad: Nonviolent Struggle, Democratization, and Governance in the Middle East

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ISBN : 0230621414, 9780230621404 
publisher: Palgrave Macmillan 
publish year: 2009 
pages: 353 
language: English  
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Table Of Contents

Front Matter....Pages i-vii
Introduction....Pages 1-14
Front Matter....Pages 15-15
Theory and Dynamics of Nonviolent Action....Pages 17-29
Questions and Controversies about Nonviolent Political Struggle in the Middle East....Pages 31-42
No Silence, No Violence: A Post-Islamist Trajectory....Pages 43-52
Humor and Resistance in the Arab World and Greater Middle East....Pages 53-63
Islamists and Nonviolent Action....Pages 65-78
Free at Last! Free at Last! Allahu Akbar, We Are Free at Last! Parallels between Modern Arab and Islamic Activism and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement....Pages 79-89
External Actors and Nonviolent Struggles in the Middle East....Pages 91-104
Front Matter....Pages 105-105
The Muslim Pashtun Movement of the North-West Frontier of India, 1930–1934....Pages 107-118
Noncooperation in the Golan Heights: A Case of Nonviolent Resistance....Pages 119-129
Palestinian Civil Resistance against Israeli Military Occupation....Pages 131-155
The Nonviolent Struggle for Self-determination in Western Sahara....Pages 157-168
Lebanon’s Independence Intifada: How an Unarmed Insurrection Expelled Syrian Forces....Pages 169-182
Iran’s Islamic Revolution and Nonviolent Struggle....Pages 185-204
Enough Is Not Enough: Achievements and Shortcomings of Kefaya, the Egyptian Movement for Change....Pages 205-218
The Orange Movement of Kuwait: Civic Pressure Transforms a Political System....Pages 219-232
Hizbullah: Delimiting the Boundaries of Nonviolent Resistance?....Pages 235-252
Winning the Mainstream: Arba Imahot, the Four Mothers Movement in Israel....Pages 253-264
Popular Resistance against Corruption in Turkey and Egypt....Pages 265-279
The Iranian Women’s Movement: Repression Versus Nonviolent Resolve....Pages 281-299
Front Matter....Pages 105-105
Conclusion....Pages 301-316
Back Matter....Pages 317-344


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