Islam and its quest for peace : jihad, justice and education / by Mustafa Kèoylèu.Series: Cultural heritage and contemporary change. Series IIA, Islam ; ; v. 15Publication details: Washington, D.C. : Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, c2003. Description: vi, 250 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 1565181808 (pbk.)Subject(s): Peace -- Religious aspects -- Islam | War -- Religious aspects -- Islam | Peace -- Study and teachingDDC classification: 297.2/7 LOC classification: BP190.5.P34 | K69 2003Online resources:
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -218) and index.
Rationale for peace and justice education -- Socio-economic justice around the world -- The Islamic concepts of war and peace -- Contemporary Muslims' views on war and peace -- A critical approach to the question of war and peace in Islam -- Islamic understanding of socio-economic justice -- Islamic foundations of socio-economic justice -- Islamic means for attaining social and economic justice -- A critical approach to the question of socio-economic justice in Islam -- The definition of peace and justice education -- The purpose and learning goals of peace education -- The history of peace education -- The possibility of education for peace and justice -- Teaching methods for peace education -- A course plan for peace education for departments of religious studies in Islamic countries -- Conflict and justice : an urgent priority -- Jihad and its interpreters -- Socio-economic justice : an Islamic imperative -- Peace and justice education : an imperative.
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