Islam and the West
AbstractThe scientific and technological developments during the 18th and' the 19th centuries ensured material progress of the West, as well as emergence of the West as the dominating power which colonized the rest of the world. During the post-colonial phase, Islam emerged as a revitalized sociopolitical force. This has been mistaken as a threat by the West, and Islam has been portrayed as the "new enemy after the demise of communism. This is partly an effort to establish a Western identity, which is disintegrating due to lack of a challenge; and partly a reflection of the failure of Muslims to realize the social and ethical ideals of Islam.
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Hassan, M. K. (2013). Islam and the West. Intellectual Discourse, 5(1). Retrieved from https://journals.iium.edu.my/intdiscourse/index.php/islam/article/view/372