Political governance in Islam, Is democracy dillema in Islam? Abdalhadi Alijla (Hadi Abdalhadi) Zeppelin College or university, Master of Public coverage and governance Political governance seminar Prof. Helmut wilke
Debate about democracy in the Islamic countries is definitely hotly contested topic; generally the experts and observers dispute from realistic standard factors; where Islamic factions debate from an religious believers and Islamic traditions; that left a gab and misunderstanding of democracy as well as the democratic process from Muslims people who attached with the old fashion speeches of Islamic-face personal groups such as Hamas and Islamic brotherhood, and belief of Islamic rules being a political system from by western observers, politician or academics. Through this paper, I will examine the standpoints of Islam by democracy, of course, if Islam an obstacle to democratization, supplying examples and instances through the history and the existing political groups masked simply by Islamic color. Is It possible that Islamic Sharia (Islamic rules) can co-exist side by side with democracy?. Through this paper, I will use Palestine, and Hamas (Islamic level of resistance movement) for instance of democratization process and possible accomplishment, or inability.
It is not possible for the Arabic вЂ“Islamic ongoing represent to go forward without addressing many main questions concerning the current personal transformation in the area; the first, is there a real threat threats modification toward democracy? Or any modification ahead democratic systems can lead definitely for an Islamic plan and close the door toward democratic alteration?; Or a democratic transformation with out involving the Islamic groups, and ensure the individual legal rights? Simultaneously, we should ask the next question which will western countries usually ask, Could we consider the revealed chaotic against Western world by several Islamic-extremist group, lead western to adopt and support the agenda of the current severe, nondemocratic regimes in the Islamic world? It can be difficult to find an answer to such warm and difficult questions with no digging for the historical facts, and checking the development of occasions in the Islamic world and link this to the colonel of Muslim world by west. I actually Page you
The fear the exist Islamic groups could undermine virtually any possibility of a democratization or emergence of any democratic program in the Arabic countries and they have the power to do so ( Burgan Galioun, 2007)1. It is worthy to say that the emergence of the extremist is a effects of the severe and dictatorships in the region, exactly where middle school people, and persecuted organizations to join the extremists teams which get their breathing in and inspirations from spiritual believes to defense themselves; those people or perhaps groups may derive their particular believes from the other sources based on time and place like nationalists, Marxists, yet others. For a long time, Islam has been used for a personal purposes for hundreds of years, and consequently, this affected a various facets of Muslims life (Asad Abu Khalil, The Islamic world need secularism)2, but the problem of Islam and democracy, and Islam and secularism have been reviewed in a way that indicate the antidemocratic streak of Islam, hence it becomes essential to western world and traditional western nations to find more understanding " unbiasedвЂќ about Islam and how it precieve it. There is 1 Quraan, one particular Prophet for Muslims, but there are many different doctrine and groupings, that translate Quraan in a different ways, and this create a rift between Mulsim society, the various questions have already been answered in many different ways current decades, and the answers sometimes led to serious violence, hardship, revolutions, and wars; " Within the Muslim world their particular has been and continues to be an internal rift, an often chaotic confrontation amongst sects, ideologies and understanding of communication of IslamвЂќ(Benazir Bhuto)3. Dialogue about the democracy in Islamic...