END DEMOCRACY ABID ULLAH JAN PDF
Pragmatic Pub., – Democracy – pages QR code for The End of Democracy. Title, The End of Democracy. Author, Abid Ullah Jan. Publisher. : The End of Democracy () by Abid Ullah Jan and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at. Buy a cheap copy of The End of Democracy book by Abid Ullah Jan. The End of Democracy answers these and other questions along with addressing many.
|Published (Last):||3 July 2014|
|PDF File Size:||13.72 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||2.27 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
To conclude, suffice it to say that the work as has be presented by the demoracy in a systematic and logical manner is commendable. Adele rated it did not like it Jun 23, Saud Ali marked it as to-read Sep 20, Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
The End of Democracy presents that alternative to the stagnation of democracy that is getting foul and turning into unprecedented kind of tyranny with each passing day.
For most of the duration during its conceptual phases the title of this book remained “Democracy and the Challenge of Islam,” for it tried to counter the baseless arguments presented in the aforementioned series of the Boston Review which is now available in book form as well. Since the late s, he has published many books and articles on political, resources and community development issues.
It is hard to get through this book without pondering whether the author has even an inkling of knowledge on how democracy works.
It is this objective realization of Islam as an alternative increases the fear felt by the ruling forces of democratic triumphalism in the face of the impending disappearance of their system.
Shahid Iqbal marked it as to-read Jun 09, Faraz added it Dec 23, The author has proved with facts and figures that democracy never existed in the world, not in the U. They seem to be oblivious of Kashmir, Palestine and Chechnya. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Its therefore understandable that only divine laws can bring peace and harmony in the world. No sooner they find and understand the alternative, the perfect alternative, their association with the convoluted democracy we are subjected to by a few elite might become a stigma for them.
The End of Democracy!
See transcripts of recent press conference of Bush and Blair at a time whenpeople were protesting outside in the street. Sah War marked it as to-read Sep 30, The third chapter aims to provide the real beneficiaries of the democracy.
He could make this book really precise and short. However, as the research progressed and went beyond response to the shallow arguments of the “scholars” of Islam, it became evident that democracy, as we witness today, is here but for far not too long.
However, after reading the entire text which is of course suggestive of annihilation of democracy the it would be approprioate to assign the title as the Death of Democracy or the Sad Demise of Democracy.
Abidd outright violation of human rights in these Muslim countries is taken by the champions in a context which is totally distorted and unappealing to sanity. Umer Ali rated it it was amazing Aug 12, Can democracy only succeed in a state where there is a complete separation of religion and politics?
Follow the Author
It is capable of creating the most human and just society, a peace and blessing for humankind. The problem is that many of us do not see any alternative to democracy and that lack of vision makes many stick to the search for the democraccy true democracy.
Sohail Akhtar rated it it was ok Sep 27, The term was coined by Bishop Martin Luther of Germany when he revolted against the Vatican and invented the religious sect, protestants, and he used the term fundamentalists for the hardcore Catholics. Umar Wahid added it Feb 06, Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
This uklah is not yet featured on Listopia.
Iqra Books: The End of Democracy by Abid Ullah Jan
The author is a terrible and inexperienced writer. He also highlights the irrelevancy of democratic secularism with respect to theo-democratic state of Islam. Well, I guess, here we find a difference between just another painter and an artist. Abid Ullah Jan ‘s ridiculous insinuation in this intellectually bankrupt dissertation is that western democracy is a failure and it should be replaced by islamic rule,perhaps such as found in the Islamic Republic of Iran or the Taliban.
The problem is that many of us do not see any alternative to democracy and that lack of vision makes many stick to the search for the illusive true democracy. For most of the duration during its conceptual phases the title of this book remained “Democracy and the Challenge of Islam,” for it tried to counter the baseless arguments presented in the aforementioned series of the Boston Review which is now available in book form as well.
These are the continuous attempts by the special interests to steal the wealth of the common people; the incomplete or unfair representation of minorities women and the poor; a growing disparity between the rich and the poor; unfairly structured electoral processes; a lack of integration among nations; the absence of measure to protect natural environment and to control population growth; the inordinate influence of the lobbyists; pervasive distortion of information by the mass media that are dominated by special interests; an increasing degree of information overload; the inadequacy of educational institutions in preparing citizens to participate in the multicultural and increasingly complex process of democratic decision making and the demosclerotic we of entitlements that has accompanied the struggle for a greater share of the welfare state.
This misunderstanding of Islam and the manner in which the great religion is being misinterpreted is a clear-cut indicator of the high magnitude of prejudice being nourished by the non-believers.
See all Product description. The disclosure of imperialistic crime in the name of democracy itself invalidated the self-opinionated belief of certain official intellectuals that no society can survive without practicing liberal democracy. Abid Ullah Jan is a political analyst and development specialist. After scrutinizing all niceties and subtleties associated with the democracy and Islam, the author reaches at the conclusion that Islam provides an integrated homogenous whole.
About Abid Ullah Jan.