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Political Revolts and Religious Reform

by G. Murphy Donovan (June 2011)


 “Revolution is a transfer of power; reform is the correction of abuses.”  Lytton
 

Scholars and politicians are still trying to make a case for Muslim “democracy” in the wake of an ongoing viral Arab revolution. These arguments, as they have since the beginning, are underwritten by two grand assumptions; a “moderate” Islamic present and an enlightened Muslim future. If asserted conclusions and wishful thinking were evidence, such speculations might be supportable. more>>>