Book released on cultural elements of Islamic resistance dialogue in Mideast
Publish Date : Tuesday 11 June 2013 - 15:48
Bagher al-Oloum Research Center and the Research Center of Culture, Arts and Communications have jointly published a new book in assessment of the cultural elements of Islamic resistance dialogue between the Middle Eastern countries.
According to the public relations office of the Research Center of Culture, Arts and Communications, the research work is compiled by Dr Amir Dabiri Mehr under the supervision of Dr Hakem Ghasemi and edition of Ahmad Soroush Nejad.
Identification of cultural elements of Islamic resistance in the Middle East and its long-lasting foundations in Iran, Iraq, Lebanon and Palestine is the book’s main goal.
The book is a survey to find key cultural drives in the Islamic resistance of the region. To fulfill its goal, the work draws an analytic study of related contexts.
“The Arab spring, human awakening and Islamic awakening are some ways to refer to the recent developments in the Middle East and each of which view the events from a different angle,” reads a part of the book’s introduction. “The movements began in Tunisia and reached their apex in Egypt; they continued in Libya, Yemen, Bahrain and Syria.”
Arranged in 5 chapters and 268 pages, 1,000 copies of the book are published in the Iranian book market.