Profile of the Religious Right, Eqbal Ahmad, Dawn (March 7, 1999). Fundamentalist movements of various religions have remarkable similarities b/c of their shared roots
Religion in Poltics, Eqbal Ahmad, Dawn, (January 31, 1999). How "so-called fundamentalists, in particular the Islamist variety, relate to the religious tradition they claim to cherish and represent."
Roots of the Religious Right, Eqbal Ahmad, Dawn (1/24/99). Right wing religious movements in Middle Eastern and Southern Asian countries have their roots in transition to modernity and the anxiety produced by ensuing disruption to traditional ways of life.
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Ahmad, Eqbal. art. in Richard Pfeffer (ed.) No More Vietnams? The War and the Future of American Foreign Policy (NY: Harper & Row, 1968).
__________. "How we look to the Third World," Nation (3/3/69).
__________. "The Iranian Revolution: a landmark for the future," in Ahmad (ed.) special issue of Race & Class on the revolution 21,1 (sum 1979).
__________. "From potato sack to potato mash: on the contemporary crisis of the Third World," Monthly Review 32,10 (3/81):8-21.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Ahmad, Eqbal. Revolutionary Warfare: How to Tell When the Rebels Have Won (Boston: New England Free Press, 1965).
__________. Political Culture & Foreign Policy: Notes on American Interventions in the Third World (Washington: Institute for Policy Studies, 1982).
__________ & Ibrahim Abu-Lughod (eds.) The Invasion of Lebanon (London: Institute of Race Relations, 1983).
__________. Confronting Empire: Interviews with David Barsamian (Cambridge MA: South End, 2000).
__________ & David Barsamian. Terrorism: Theirs & Ours (NY: Seven Stories, 2001).
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"Stories my country Told Me" , dir. H.O. Nazareth, 56m. Penumbra Production for BBC Arena. From Films for the Humanities & Sciences.