When Politics are Sacralized

When Politics are Sacralized

Comparative Perspectives on Religious Claims and Nationalism

Rouhana, Nadim N.; Shalhoub-Kevorkian, Nadera

Cambridge University Press






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Introduction; 1. A comparative perspective on religious claims and sacralized politics: an introduction Nadim N. Rouhana and Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian; 2. Religion and Zionism in the Jewish and nationalist context Amnon Raz-Krakotzkin; 3. Religious claims and nationalism in Zionism: obscuring settler colonialism Nadim N. Rouhana; 4. On the uses and abuses of tradition: Zionist theopolitics and Jewish tradition Yaacov Yadgar; 5. The relations between the nationalization of Israel's politics and the religionization of its military, 1948-2016 Yagil Levy; 6. Sacralized politics: the case of occupied East Jerusalem Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian; 7. Hindutva: the dominant face of Religious nationalism in India Tanika Sarkar; 8. The genesis, consolidation, and consequences of Sinhalese Buddhist nationalism Neil DeVotta; 9. Serbian Jerusalem: inventing a holy land in Europe's periphery, 1982-2019 Vjekoslav Perica; 10. The crossing paths of Religion and nationalism in contemporary Iran Ali Banuazizi; 11. Saudi nationalism, Wahhabi Da?wa, and Western power Michael Sells; 12. Protestantism and settler identity: the ambiguous case of Northern Ireland David Lloyd; 13. Does religion still matter? Comparative lessons from the Ethno-national conflict in Northern Ireland Liam O'Dowd; 14. Palestinian nationalism, religious (un)claims, and the struggle against Zionism Khaled Hroub.