7 edition of Minorities in the Middle East found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-296) and index.
|Statement||by Mordechai Nisan.|
|LC Classifications||DS58 .N57 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 300 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||91052512|
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Book reviews Review from ‘Search: A Church of Ireland Journal, vol. (Summer, ) 2. The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East. John Eibner (ed), Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books,pp ISBN The relationship between religious majorities and minorities in the Middle East is often construed as one of domination versus powerlessness.
While this may indeed be the case, to claim that this is only or always so is to give a simplified picture of a complex reality. This book portrays a very rigid image of 'minorities' in the Middle East, the opposite of what Ussama Makdisi, Benjamin White and many others argued in more recent years.
On top of this, Nisan discusses 'the region's latecomers, the Arab Muslims" in a simplistic and at times biased way. The final result is a book that shows a white and black Cited by: Middle East correspondent for The Independent, UK. Contribution: The IS Caliphate and the West's Wars in Syria and Iraq: A Challenge to Religious Pluralism in the Middle East Cengiz Aktar.
The struggle for independence by minorities in the Middle East (those people who are non-Arab or non-Muslim) is affecting the political climate around the world. War and terrorism are threatening the safety of many minority communities and repression of minorities still remains standard state policy in some countries.
This updated and revised edition of the original provides a wealth. The struggle for independence by minorities in the Middle East (those people who are non-Arab or non-Muslim) is affecting the political climate around the world. War and terrorism are threatening the safety of many minority communities and repression of minorities still remains standard state policy in some countries/5.
"This book is a clarion call to preserve ethnoreligious diversity in the Middle East. Combining conceptual paradigms with empirical evidence, the author eloquently elucidates the precarious status of Middle Eastern Minorities during and after the Arab Spring.
A must-read book for those interested in understanding the ‘diverse’ Middle East!"2/5(1). The struggle for independence by minorities in the Middle East (those people who are non–Arab or non–Muslim) is affecting the political climate around the world. War and terrorism are threatening the safety of many minority communities and repression of minorities still.
Ending discrimination against minorities in the Middle East requires discarding the very notion of “minority”—and embracing a universal concept of citizenship on new terms.
Universal citizenship rights should not erase individual traits and communal customs—the particular—but rather should normalize difference and incorporate it into. Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Minorities in the Middle East gathers a diverse team of international scholars, each of whom provides unique expertise into the status and prospects of minority populations in the region.
The dramatic events of the past decade, from the Arab Spring protests to the rise of the Islamic state, have brought the status of these populations onto centre stage. Middle Eastern Minorities is the starting point for policymakers and scholars committed to understanding and resolving the region’s many conflicts.
Book Details Pages. This is indeed a superb introduction to the question of minorities in the region. The book introduces a list of minorities and dedicates one chapter to each country (Egypt, Palestine, Transjordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq) along with general survey chapters.
Kumaraswamy, P. “Problems of. Within the Middle East there are a wide range of minority groups outside the mainstream religious and ethnic culture. This book provides a detailed examination of their rights as minorities within this region, and their changing status throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Heirs to Forgotten Kingdoms review – illuminating the plight of the Middle East’s Minorities in the Middle East book This journey by Gerard Russell into the ‘disappearing religions of the Middle East’ is a. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Minorities and politics in the Middle East: an introduction / R.D.
McLaurin --Minorities in power: the Alawites of Syria / Peter Gubser --Minorities in revolt: the Kurds of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey / William E. Hazen --Minorities in containment: the Arabs of.
This article considers the place of religious minorities in the modern Middle East from three angles: their distinctive religious and communal identities, their place in the major transformations of the region’s political landscape from the nineteenth century to the post-World War I era, and the challenges of contemporary political conditions.
Book Description. This is a comprehensive survey of minorities in the Middle East with a special focus on the post Arab Spring era.
Minority communities in the Middle East are the most susceptible to the turbulence engulfing the region; the majority may suffer physical violence and socioeconomic loss, but minorities could potentially vanish. Read "Minorities in the Middle East A History of Struggle and Self-Expression, 2d ed." by Mordechai Nisan available from Rakuten Kobo.
The struggle for independence by minorities in the Middle East (those people who are non-Arab or non-Muslim) is affectin /5. Minorities in the Middle East: A History of Struggle and Self-Expression by Mordechai Nisan and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Routledge Handbook of Minorities in the Middle East gathers a diverse team of international scholars, each of whom provides unique expertise into the status and prospects of minority populations in the region.
The dramatic events of the past decade, from the Arab Spring protests to the rise of the Islamic state, have brought the status of these populations onto centre : Paul S Rowe.
ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction: reclaiming "minorities" in the Middle East / Paul S. Rowe --Majority-minority relations in the Middle East --Religious minorities in the diversity of Islamic thought / David D.
Grafton --Balancing identities: minorities and Arab nationalism / Noah Haiduc. Book Description: Why, in the years arounddid the concept of 'minority' suddenly spring to prominence in public affairs worldwide.
Within a decade of World War One, the term became fundamental to public and academic understandings of national and international politics, law, and society: 'minorities', and 'majorities' with them, were taken to be an objective reality, both in the.
A new book edited by John Eibner of CSI: "The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East" In in the aftermath of the "Arab Spring," Christian Solidarity International launched a. Minorities in the Middle East: A History of Struggle and Self-Expression, by Mordechai Nisan (McFarland & Company, Inc.: ), pages To the average observer, the Middle East appears to be a Author: Bat Yeor.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Minorities in the Middle East: a history of struggle and self-expressionPages: The Emergence of Minorities in the Middle East is an antidote to interpretations of the Syrian present that depend on an uncritically primordialist reading of the country’s past.
- James A. Reilly, Professor of Modern Middle East History, University of Toronto, The Syrian Studies Association Newsletter. reading of the fate of local minorities. This includes Iran’s treatment of its Sunni Arab minority. Time and again, Minority Rights in the Middle East effectively chronicles the interplay of religious, political, and historical forces that have framed contemporary settings, including the Palestinian situation which has pervasively influenced the.
Download Within the Middle East there are a wide range of minority groups outside the mainstream religious and ethnic culture. This book provides a detailed examination of their rights as minorities within this region, and their changing status throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
The whole question of “minorities” and “sectarian and ethnic groups” in the recent history of the Middle East is fraught with complications, many of which result either from problems of loose definition (lumping together disparate groups as if they were part of the same phenomenon) or from essentialism (the assumption that a group does not change significantly in either composition or.
Editor's Note: The Middle East and Iraq and Syria in particular have long enjoyed religious diversity, with a range of Muslim and non-Muslim groups, including some of the world’s oldest Christian communities.
The Syrian and Iraqi civil wars have proven devastating to this diversity, raising the policy question of how to protect those religious minorities that have not fled. Minorities in the Middle East Article (PDF Available) in Political Research Quarterly 68(2) May with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Understandably, more and more of these minorities are deciding to leave the Middle East and come and live in the West, in Australia, Sweden, or America.
The danger is that they'll lose their. Heleen Murre-van den Berg, PhD Leidenis Professor of Global Christianity at Radboud University, Nijmegen and director of the Institute of Eastern Christian publications include (with S.R. Goldstein-Sabbah), Modernity, Minority, and the Public Sphere: Jews and Christians in the Middle East (Leiden, ) and Scribes and Scriptures: The Church of the East in the Eastern.
Mordechai Nisan is an Israeli professor member of the World Zionist Organization and scholar of Middle East Studies at the Rothberg International School of the Hebrew University of most recent book, Only Israel West of the River: The Jewish State and the Palestinian Question, appeared in July, Mordechai Nisan is a contributing expert to the Ariel Center for Policy Research Authority control: BNF: cbt (data), ISNI:.
Within the Middle East there are a wide range of minority groups outside the mainstream religious and ethnic culture. This book provides a detailed examination of their rights as minorities within this region, and their changing status throughout the twentieth and twenty-first : OUP Oxford.
The Middle East is a kaleidoscope of competing ethnic groups. This informative volume by a scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem seeks to examine the struggle for self-determination by many of these ethnic groups in the region.
The strength of the book lies in the breadth of its coverage of minorities in the Middle East. Throughout the world, certain ethnic groups have made a living through trade and have found a place for themselves in their societies' middle strata.
At times, these 'middlemen minorities' have aroused the envy of their neighbors and been subjected to a variety of persecutions.
In this book, Walter P. Zenner examines explanations for this phenomenon and analyzes such groups as the Jews, the. Contested Minorities of the Middle East and Asia Edited by Attila Kovács and Katarína Šomodiová This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2PA, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.
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