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Prof. Dr. Itzchak Weismann
Itzchak Weismann is Associate Professor of Islamic studies and former Director of the Jewish-Arab Center at Haifa University. He is also the editor of Sahar (Crescent) series of translations into Hebrew of major modern Islamic texts. His scholarship focuses on Salafism, Islamic movements in the Middle East and South Asia, Sufism, modern Islamic thought and interfaith dialogue.
1.) Weismann, Itzchak. 2007. The Naqshbandiyya: orthodoxy and activism in a worldwide Sufi tradition. London: Routledge.
2.) Weismann, Itzchak, Fruma Zachs, and Buṭrus Abū Mannah. 2005. Ottoman reform and Muslim regeneration: studies in honour of Butrus Abu-Manneb. London: I.B. Tauris. http://www.dawsonera.com/depp/reader/protected/external/AbstractView/S97....
3.) Weismann, Itzchak, Mark J. Sedgwick, and Ulrika Mårtensson. 2014. Islamic myths and memories: mediators of globalization.
4.) Weismann, Itzchak. 2017. "A Perverted Balance: Modern Salafism between Reform and Jihād". Welt Des Islams. 57 (1).