Criticism of Islamism concerns critique of those beliefs or notions ascribed to Islamism or Islamist movements. Such criticisms focus on (among other issues) the role of Islam in legislation, the relationship between Islamism and freedom of expression and the rights of women.
Among those authors and scholars who have criticized Islamism, or some element of it, are Olivier Roy, Joseph E. B. Lumbard, Reza Aslan, Abdelwahab Meddeb, Muhammad Sa'id al-'Ashmawi, Gilles Kepel, and Khaled Abu al-Fadl.
Read more about Criticism Of Islamism: Limits On Freedom of Expression, Vagueness, Emphasis On Early Islam, Unification of Religion and State, Islamist Interpretation of Sharia, Innovations To Islam, Islamic Economics, Enmity Towards The West, Hopes For World Success and Mass Conversion
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