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List of Islamic democratic political parties

Islamic democracy refers to a political ideology that seeks to apply Islamic principles to public policy within a democratic framework. This is an list of Islamic democrat parties in different countries of Muslim World.

List

 Algeria
 Bangladesh
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Egypt
 Finland
 Indonesia
 India
 Iran
 Iraq
 Kazakhstan
 Lebanon
 Libya
 Malaysia
 Maldives
 Morocco
 Pakistan
 Philippines
 Rwanda
 Syria
 Tajikistan
 Tunisia
 Turkey
 Yemen

See also

References

  1. ^ "Egypt’s Islamists announce own political party",  
  2. ^ "Egypt Islamists form ‘non-theocratic’ party",  
  3. ^ el-Karanshawi, Shaimaa (19 February 2011). "Egypt court approves moderate Islamic party".  
  4. ^ http://www.suomenislamilainenpuolue.fi/etuEN.html
  5. ^ UMNO Online. UMNO's Constitution: Foundation and Goals. From: http://umno-online.com/?page_id=2787
  6. ^ Hamzawy, Amr (July 2008). "Party for Justice and Development in Morocco: Participation and Its Discontents".  
  7. ^ Sidrah Moiz Khan "Pakistan's creation pointless if it fails to become Islamic welfare state" "Imran Khan said on Wednesday that Pakistan’s creation had been pointless if the country fails to become an Islamic welfare state" 27 June 2012.
  8. ^ Marcus Michaelsen "Pakistan's dream catcher" "Iqbal's work has influenced Imran Khan in his deliberations on an "Islamic social state" 27 March 2012.
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