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“Identity Peace Management in the Muslim World: Concepts, Underpinnings, and Mechanisms” – one of the latest publications from the Muslim Council of Elders at the Cairo International Book Fair 2024

The Muslim Council of Elders presents, at the Cairo International Book Fair 2024, one of its latest releases, the book titled “Identarian Peace Management in the Muslim World: Concepts, Underpinnings, and Mechanisms” which is authored by a group of researchers at Al Hokama Center for Peace Research.

The book focuses on the risks and challenges threatening the identity of the Muslim world. It provides a scientific explanation for the factors causing imbalance and envisions practical solutions capable of restoring harmony to the Islamic identity. The book pursues two paths and foundational principles: the intellectual path, which researches identity peace issues theoretically by examining the causes of identity violence, monitoring identity status, and proposing practical solutions to overcome existing or potential confrontations. Meanwhile, the procedural path focuses on meticulous monitoring of identity status, creating public discourse within the cultural domains of the Muslim world, with the aim of promoting the culture of identity peace.

The book includes essential chapters covering concepts such as defining identity, identity readings and extensions, identity and the question of identity citizenship, from identity to identarian peace, identity and peace positions and paths, identity and peace towards an alternative model, and a methodological approach opposing the logic of conflict. It also evokes the psychological and social dimensions of identity issues, tracks identity representations, fields, and history, recalls associated judgments, evaluates identity classification criteria beyond concepts, recalls the functional roles of social upbringing institutions, and addresses various dimensions of identity issues by adopting procedural concepts. Lastly, it reinterprets history through the dimensions of identarian peace.

Additionally, the book contains a chapter on the Muslim world, discussing the theoretical framework for studying Muslim societies. It explores the Islamic nation between the authenticity of the Quranic concept and historical transformations, the House of Islam, the House of War, and the sovereignty of rulings. It also delves into the idea of the Islamic world, its historical and ideological formation, and the theoretical framework for the Muslim world.

The Muslim Council of Elders’ pavilion at the Cairo International Book Fair features a diverse collection of publications, along with a series of seminars, activities, and events focused on promoting the values of peace and mutual coexistence among all humanity.

The pavilion is located alongside the Al-Azhar pavilion in Hall 4 at the Egypt International Exhibition and Conference Center in the Fifth Settlement in Cairo.

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