Bosnia war shakes Muslim world
- Islamic unity, oil clout: A one-two punch. Ijaz, Mansoor // Christian Science Monitor;12/17/97, Vol. 90 Issue 16, p19
Opinion. States that the air of reconciliation at the 1997 Islamic world summit should concern the United States because of possible economic and national security implications present in a unified Islam. How the Islamic leaders discussed transforming Islam from a fractured theological system...
- Upfront QUIZ 2. // New York Times Upfront (Teacher's Edition);2/21/2003, Vol. 135 Issue 10, pT5
Presents a quiz on the relation of the U.S. with Muslim countries.
- Promoting majority rule in some Islamic lands would be a terrible mistake. // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;1/7/2002, Vol. 31 Issue 26, p22
Presents three views about why Arabs and other Muslims hate Americans. Unquestioning support of Israel; Perception that America is hypocritical; American backing of despotic societies in the Islamic world.
- Diverse Islam. // American Enterprise;Jan/Feb95, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p99
Presents a summary of the article `Islam and the West,' by Brian Beedham in the August 6, 1994 edition of `The Economist' magazine. Forecasts of relations between Islamic and Western nations; Comparison of relations between the communists and the islamic countries; Comparison with the Christian...
- Against the Odds, Islamic Association of Palestine Holds Fifth Annual Conference. Szremski, Kristin // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Mar2002, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p80
Reports the fifth annual conference of Islamic Association of Palestine in the United States. Theme of the conference; Venue of the conference; Importance of fighting for Muslim and Arab rights back to the people.
- Unfinished struggle for freedom. Bhutto, Benazir; El-Hassan, H.R.H. // World Today;Oct96, Vol. 52 Issue 10, p264
Presents the views of Pakistan's Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and Crown Prince H.R.H. El-Hassan of Jordan about Professor Akbar Ahmed's argument for greater dialogue between the Islamic world and the West. Western preoccupation with an inevitable conflict with Islam; Promotion of the idea of...
- THE CENTRAL PROPOSITION. Helprin, Mark // Claremont Review of Books;Fall2011, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p10
An essay is presented on the issue of central proposition in the foreign policy of the U.S. to transform Islamic nations or the entire Islamic world. It discusses factors that the U.S. has ignored in its belief that it can serve as the model to which the Islamic world will mold itself with...
- Different Perspectives. Hanson, Marshall A. // Officer;Apr2008, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p19
The article presents the summaries of two reports on the nation-building attempts of the U.S. in the Islamic world in 2008. The reports include an exit evaluation submitted by the director of the Office for Legislative Statecraft in the Political Section of the Iraq Embassy and a Rand report on...
- Crafting a New Alliance with the Muslim World. Noman, Omar // Ethics & International Affairs (Wiley-Blackwell);2002, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p9
Discusses the need to create an alliance between the Muslim world and the West. Goals of the alliance; Range of problems faced by several Muslim countries; Recommendations for the success of the alliance; Opinion on the process of designating organizations as militant terrorist/sectarian/criminal.