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|Title:||Pan-Islamism. Attempt of Political Islam in the Restoration of Caliphate a Century after its Abolition in 1924|
|Citation:||Alizadeh, H. (2018). Pan-Islamism. Attempt of Political Islam in the Restoration of Caliphate a Century after its Abolition in 1924. Journal of Mediterranean Knowledge-JMK, 3(2), 203-214. DOI: 10.26409/2018JMK3.2.06.|
|Abstract:||The phase of geo-political developments taking place in the Middle East as the aftermath of so called Arab Spring has entered the region into a new era of imbroglio transition. One of the peculiarities of the ME new era is the major event of emergence of the Islamic State proclaiming the re-establishment of a new Caliphate. Moreover, the restoration of Muslim Ummah as ever continuing discourse is not limited to IS. It has its crucial fundamental nostalgic origin in the Political philosophy of Islam, which wishes to form the Ummah under the doctrine of Caliphate system, which has long history since the emergence of Islam in the seventh century. What is remarkably important to pan-Islamists is that in their view the reconstruction of the Ummah is a reaction of political Islam to the Sykes-Picot agreement. This paper individuates itself by examining the socio-political manifestation of caliphate from perspective of Islamists struggling to restore the institution of Caliphate since its destruction in 1924.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol 3, No 2 (2018): Emerging Human Rights|
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