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Published 1966
Heiliger Krieg und Heiliger Kampf in Islam und Christentum : Beiträge zur Vorgeschichte und Geschichte der Kreuzzüge /

: Based on thesis, Bonn. : 160 pages ; 23 cm. : Bibliography : pages [149]-160.

Published 1993
al-Islām wa-al-ʻalāqāt al-dawlīyah : dirāsah muqāranah /

: 451 pages ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (p. 435-446).

Mashārīʻ al-ashwāq ilá maṣāriʻ al-ʻushshāq wa-muthīr al- gharām ilá Dār al-Salām /

: 244 pages ; 21 cm.

al-Jihad wa-al-Nasr /

: 192 pages ; 17 cm.

Aydīūlūjīyah al-ʻunf al-siyāsī : taḥlīl maḍmūn al-khiṭāb al-jihādī wa-al-rad ʻalayhi (marjaʻīyat al-afkār) /

: 52, 54 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. : 4872978277

Published 2019
Reinventing jihād : jihād ideology from the conquest of Jerusalem to the end of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249) /

: In Reinventing Jihād, Kenneth A. Goudie provides a detailed examination of the development of jihād ideology from the Conquest of Jerusalem to the end of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249). By analysing the writings of three scholars - Abū al Ḥasan al Sulamī (d. 500/1106), Ibn ʿAsākir (d. 571/1176), and ʿIzz al-Dīn al-Sulamī (d. 660/1262) - Reinventing Jihād demonstrates that the discourse on jihād was much broader than previously thought, and that authors interwove a range of different understandings of jihād in their attempts to encourage jihād against the Franks. More importantly, Reinventing Jihad demonstrates that whilst the practice of jihād did not begin in earnest until the middle of the twelfth century, the same cannot be said about jihād ideology: interest in jihād ideology was reinvigorated almost from the moment of the arrival of the Franks.
: Based on author's thesis (doctoral - University of St Andrews, 2016), issued under title: The reinvention of jihād in twelfth-century al-Shām. : 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-213) and index. : 9789004410718

Published 2000
Jihad : expansion et déclin de l'islamisme /

: Includes index. : 452 p. : maps ; 24 cm. : 2070753050

Published 2019
Islamic jurisprudence on the regulation of armed conflict : text and context /

: In Islamic Jurisprudence on the Regulation of Armed Conflict: Text and Context, Nesrine Badawi argues against the existence of a "true" interpretation of the rules regulating armed conflict in Islamic law. In a survey of formative and modern seminal legal works on the subject, the author sheds light on the role played by the sociopolitical context in shaping this branch of jurisprudence and offers a detailed examination of the internal deductive structures of these works.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004410626

Published 2013
The intensification and reorientation of Sunni jihad ideology in the Crusader period : Ibn 'Asakir of Damascus and his age, with an edition and translation of Ibn 'Asakir's The Fo...

: The Intensification and Reorientation of Sunni Jihad Ideology in the Crusader Period examines the important role of Ibn ʿAsākir, including his Forty Hadiths for Inciting Jihad , in the promotion of a renewed jihad ideology in twelfth-century Damascus as part of sultan Nūr al-Dīn's agenda to revivify Sunnism and fight, under the banner of jihad, Crusader and Muslim opponents. This jihad vision was exclusively centered on selected quranic verses and prophetic hadiths. Ibn ʿAsākir and other Sunni scholars in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Syria departed from the earlier scholarly focus on legal nuances and aversion to invoke jihad in intra-Muslim conflicts. They championed this intensification and reorientation of jihad ideology in mainstream Sunni scholarship, and gave it a lasting legacy.
: 1 online resource (xv, 222 pages) : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004242791 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2010
The Berlin-Baghdad express : the Ottoman Empire and Germany's bid for world power /

: The modern Middle East was forged in the crucible of the First World War, but few know the full story of how war actually came to the region. As Sean McMeekin reveals in this startling reinterpretation of the war, it was neither the British nor the French but rather a small clique of Germans and Turks who thrust the Islamic world into the conflict for their own political, economic, and military ends. The Berlin-Baghdad Express tells the fascinating story of how Germany exploited Ottoman pan-Islamism in order to destroy the British Empire, then the largest Islamic power in the world. Meanwhile the Young Turks harnessed themselves to German military might to avenge Turkey's hereditary enemy, Russia. Told from the perspective of the key decision-makers on the Turco-German side, many of the most consequential events of World War I -- Turkey's entry into the war, Gallipoli, the Armenian massacres, the Arab revolt, and the Russian Revolution -- are illuminated as never before. Drawing on a wealth of new sources, McMeekin forces us to re-examine Western interference in the Middle East and its lamentable results. It is an epic tragicomedy of unintended consequences, as Turkish nationalists give Russia the war it desperately wants, jihad begets an Islamic insurrection in Mecca, German sabotage plots upend the Tsar delivering Turkey from Russia's yoke, and German Zionism midwifes the Balfour Declaration. All along, the story is interwoven with the drama surrounding German efforts to complete the Berlin to Baghdad railway, the weapon designed to win the war and assure German hegemony over the Middle East. - Publisher.
: "First published in the United Kingdom by Penguin Books Ltd. 2010"--T.p. verso.
Digital copy is on the Internet Archive website. : xv, 460 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (p. 413-[426]) and index. : 9780674057395 (cloth : alk. paper)

Published 1826
Mashārīʻ al-ashwāq ilá maṣāriʻ al-ʻushshāq wa-muthīr al-gharām ilá Dār al-Salām : fī faḍāʼil al-jihād /

: 244 pages ; 21 cm.