Islamic democracy

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Democratic Islam is fully described at Wikipedia in articles on Islamic party activities, and mosque-level models of consensus democracy. SourceWatch does not discuss these in detail.

Instead it focuses on the contrast with militant Islam, and political Islam in general which includes many non-democratic and non-militant trends.

Related issues discussed at SourceWatch: One goal of global democratic Islam is an Islamic caliphate in some form; Global War on Terror as a War on Islam or not; Democracy itself as a rhetorical device; Freedom itself as a rhetorical device. The Muslim World and its representation by US.