Islam and Development: Exploring the Invisible Aid Economy ebook
by Matthew Clarke,David Tittensor
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16mm ASHGATE Generic 77 Islam Clarke. JKT template 13/03/2014 10:42 Page 1 AUTHOR Clarke JKT BOARD 240X159MM cmyk ISLAM AND DEVELOPMENT Other titles of interest The study of Islam since the advent of 9/11 has made a significant Matthew Clarke is the Head of the School of resurgence. However, much of the work produced since then has tended to Humanities and Social Sciences, Deakin Alternative Islamic Discourses and focus on the movements that not only provide aid to their fellow Muslims, University, Australia.
Matthew Clarke is the Head of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Deakin University, Australia. He is the author of six books, including Religion and Development: Theology and Practice published in 2011.
In the West, Islam has often been depicted as a violent religion that builds itself. through creating an us versus the rest dichotomy, which eventually generates radicalized. believers, extremist ideologies and terrorism. In line with this, as Clarke and Tittensor point. out, Islamic charities have been implicated as pivotal actors in this struggle through funding.
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The work documents an interaction and intertwining between aid, charity and religion that, throughout history, has been more the rule than exception. As such, the practical relevance of this book goes well beyond academia, and also targets aid professionals, policy makers and development journalists. Bruno De Cordier, Ghent University, Belgium.
Focusing on the role and impact of Islam and Islamic Faith Based Organisations (FBOs), an arena that has come to be regarded by some as the 'invisible aid economy', Islam and Development considers Islamic theology and its application to development and how Islamic teaching is actualized in case studies of Muslim FBOs. It brings together contributions from the disciplines of theology, sociology, politics and economics, aiming both to raise awareness and to function as a corrective step within the development studies literature.
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Introduction: The Invisible Aid Sector David Tittensor and Matthew Clarke. PART I: Islam in Development. 1 Zakat and Poverty in Islam Jan A. Ali. 2 The Changing Nature of Islamic Mission: The Cases of Tablighi Jama’at and the Gülen Movement David Tittensor.
Introduction: The Invisible Aid Sector. David Tittensor and Matthew Clarke. 1 Zakat and Poverty in Islam. Jan A. 2 The Changing Nature of Islamic Mission: The Cases of Tablighi Jama’at and the Gülen Movement. 3 Islamic International Aid Flows for Poverty Alleviation.
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