The Resource Nationalism, Transnationalism, and Political Islam : Hizbullah's Institutional Identity, (electronic resource)

Nationalism, Transnationalism, and Political Islam : Hizbullah's Institutional Identity, (electronic resource)

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Nationalism, Transnationalism, and Political Islam : Hizbullah's Institutional Identity
Title
Nationalism, Transnationalism, and Political Islam
Title remainder
Hizbullah's Institutional Identity
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Language
eng
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Hage Ali, Mohanad
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non fiction
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  • Hizballah (Lebanon)
  • Shīʻah
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Nationalism, Transnationalism, and Political Islam : Hizbullah's Institutional Identity, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • 4.4.3 The July 2006 'Divine Victory'
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Note on Transliteration; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures ; Chapter 1: Introduction: The Construction of Hizbullah's Identity; 1.1 Overview; 1.2 Hizbullah and Identity Construction: Nationalism at Work; 1.3 Institutionalisation: Identity Dissemination; 1.4 Nationalism and Religion: Shiʻi Nationalists?; 1.4.1 Definitions; 1.4.2 Nationalism and Religious Movements; 1.4.3 Ethnosymbolism; 1.4.4 Islam and Nationalism in Gellner's Thought; 1.5 Conclusion; Notes; References; Books; Journal Articles; Chapter 2: The Role of Hizbullah's Institutions in the Reconstruction of Shiʻi Identity
  • 2.1 Institutional Conventions and Rules2.2 Non-State Institutions; 2.3 The Invention of Tradition: A New Ashura; 2.4 Redefining Parties: The Party of God vs the Party of Satan; 2.5 Hizbullah's Organisational Structure: Ancient Islam or Leninism?; 2.5.1 The Executive Council and the Party Branches (Qetaʻ); 2.5.2 Al-Taʻbiʼa (the Mobilisation Forces); 2.5.3 Al-Wehda Al-Thaqafiya Al-Markaziya (Central Cultural Unit); 2.6 The Role of Language, the Media, and Educational Institutions; 2.6.1 The 'Nation's Leader'; 2.6.2 Sacrifice, Jihad, and Martyrdom; 2.6.3 The 'Sacred Homeland'
  • 2.7 Al-Jarha (the Foundation of the Wounded)2.7.1 Al Mu'assasa Al Islamiya Lil Tarbiya Wal Ta'leem: Al Mahdi Schools; 2.8 The Consultative Centre for Studies and Documentation; 2.9 Conclusion; Notes; References; Books; Journal Articles; Magazines ; Interviews; Chapter 3: The Reconstructed History of the Lebanese Shiʻa; 3.1 Writing Lebanese History; 3.2 Geography, Economy, and Classes; 3.3 The Myth of Shiʻi Origins; 3.3.1 Fighters with the Imam; 3.3.2 Banu ʻAmmar and the Mamluks; 3.4 Ottoman Rule: 'Direct' and 'Indirect' Phases; 3.4.1 Thaher Al-ʻOmar; 3.4.2 Tribal and Feudal Infighting
  • 3.5 Arab Nationalism in Jabal ʻAmil293.5.1 The 'Tobacco Revolt'; 3.6 Conclusion; Notes; References; Books; Chapter 4: Hizbullah's Reconstruction of History; 4.1 Source Materials; 4.2 Potential Limitations; 4.3 Hizbullah's Historians: Inventing Continuity; 4.3.1 Jabal ʻAmil: The 'Holy Origins'; 4.3.2 Resistance Against the Crusades; 4.3.3 Inventing Symbols of Resistance; 4.3.4 The Jihad of the ʻUlamaʼ; 4.3.5 Islamic Governments; 4.3.6 Resisting Ottoman Rule; 4.3.7 Al-Muqawim (the 'Resistor') Melhem Qassim; 4.3.8 Debunking Lebanon's Maronite-Druze History
  • 4.3.9 Resistance and Revolution Against 'Egyptian Injustices'4.3.10 The Neo-Crusades: Colonial Hegemony; 4.3.11 Sharafeddine: The Marjaʻ Leader; 4.3.12 The Wadi al-Hujair Conference: The Mujahideen and the ʻUlamaʼ; 4.3.13 The 'Islamic Revolution'; 4.3.14 The Zionist Project in Lebanon; 4.3.15 The 'Real Face' of Lebanese Independence; 4.3.16 The 1958 Popular Revolution: Islamic or Feudal?; 4.3.17 Musa Sadr's Call for Resistance; 4.3.18 The 1978 Israeli Invasion; 4.4 Making History: The 'Divine' Continuity; 4.4.1 The 1982 Israeli Invasion; 4.4.2 2000: The Year of Victory
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319604268
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
14788211
System control number
(NhCcYBP)14788211
Label
Nationalism, Transnationalism, and Political Islam : Hizbullah's Institutional Identity, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • 4.4.3 The July 2006 'Divine Victory'
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Note on Transliteration; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures ; Chapter 1: Introduction: The Construction of Hizbullah's Identity; 1.1 Overview; 1.2 Hizbullah and Identity Construction: Nationalism at Work; 1.3 Institutionalisation: Identity Dissemination; 1.4 Nationalism and Religion: Shiʻi Nationalists?; 1.4.1 Definitions; 1.4.2 Nationalism and Religious Movements; 1.4.3 Ethnosymbolism; 1.4.4 Islam and Nationalism in Gellner's Thought; 1.5 Conclusion; Notes; References; Books; Journal Articles; Chapter 2: The Role of Hizbullah's Institutions in the Reconstruction of Shiʻi Identity
  • 2.1 Institutional Conventions and Rules2.2 Non-State Institutions; 2.3 The Invention of Tradition: A New Ashura; 2.4 Redefining Parties: The Party of God vs the Party of Satan; 2.5 Hizbullah's Organisational Structure: Ancient Islam or Leninism?; 2.5.1 The Executive Council and the Party Branches (Qetaʻ); 2.5.2 Al-Taʻbiʼa (the Mobilisation Forces); 2.5.3 Al-Wehda Al-Thaqafiya Al-Markaziya (Central Cultural Unit); 2.6 The Role of Language, the Media, and Educational Institutions; 2.6.1 The 'Nation's Leader'; 2.6.2 Sacrifice, Jihad, and Martyrdom; 2.6.3 The 'Sacred Homeland'
  • 2.7 Al-Jarha (the Foundation of the Wounded)2.7.1 Al Mu'assasa Al Islamiya Lil Tarbiya Wal Ta'leem: Al Mahdi Schools; 2.8 The Consultative Centre for Studies and Documentation; 2.9 Conclusion; Notes; References; Books; Journal Articles; Magazines ; Interviews; Chapter 3: The Reconstructed History of the Lebanese Shiʻa; 3.1 Writing Lebanese History; 3.2 Geography, Economy, and Classes; 3.3 The Myth of Shiʻi Origins; 3.3.1 Fighters with the Imam; 3.3.2 Banu ʻAmmar and the Mamluks; 3.4 Ottoman Rule: 'Direct' and 'Indirect' Phases; 3.4.1 Thaher Al-ʻOmar; 3.4.2 Tribal and Feudal Infighting
  • 3.5 Arab Nationalism in Jabal ʻAmil293.5.1 The 'Tobacco Revolt'; 3.6 Conclusion; Notes; References; Books; Chapter 4: Hizbullah's Reconstruction of History; 4.1 Source Materials; 4.2 Potential Limitations; 4.3 Hizbullah's Historians: Inventing Continuity; 4.3.1 Jabal ʻAmil: The 'Holy Origins'; 4.3.2 Resistance Against the Crusades; 4.3.3 Inventing Symbols of Resistance; 4.3.4 The Jihad of the ʻUlamaʼ; 4.3.5 Islamic Governments; 4.3.6 Resisting Ottoman Rule; 4.3.7 Al-Muqawim (the 'Resistor') Melhem Qassim; 4.3.8 Debunking Lebanon's Maronite-Druze History
  • 4.3.9 Resistance and Revolution Against 'Egyptian Injustices'4.3.10 The Neo-Crusades: Colonial Hegemony; 4.3.11 Sharafeddine: The Marjaʻ Leader; 4.3.12 The Wadi al-Hujair Conference: The Mujahideen and the ʻUlamaʼ; 4.3.13 The 'Islamic Revolution'; 4.3.14 The Zionist Project in Lebanon; 4.3.15 The 'Real Face' of Lebanese Independence; 4.3.16 The 1958 Popular Revolution: Islamic or Feudal?; 4.3.17 Musa Sadr's Call for Resistance; 4.3.18 The 1978 Israeli Invasion; 4.4 Making History: The 'Divine' Continuity; 4.4.1 The 1982 Israeli Invasion; 4.4.2 2000: The Year of Victory
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319604268
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
14788211
System control number
(NhCcYBP)14788211

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