Global Islam: Between images and reality
Riverside, California | Mon, December 20 2010 | 03:03 pm
PREMIUMGlobalization has made the world of Islam more heterogeneous than homogeneous. It continues to shape Islam identities and moralities, imagined or real, at both global and local levels. What is conceptually homogenous is Islam itself, but what it means differs.
Globalization in its broadest sense is not new, and early Islam normatively preached trans-racial, trans-ethnic solidarity of the c...
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