List of Islamic political parties
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Below are lists of political parties espousing Islamic identity or political Islam in various approaches under the system of Islamic democracy. Islamic democracy refers to a political ideology that seeks to apply Islamic principles to public policy within a democratic framework. Lists are categorized by the ideological affiliation and sorted by the country of origin.
This is a list of political parties espousing Islamic liberalism as its main ideology.
- Islamic Iran Participation Front (banned)
- National Forces Alliance39 / 200
Moderate Islamic / Centrist
This is a list of political parties espousing Islam as its main identity without principal adherence to the particular ideology of political Islam, or taking a theological position of wasat which advocates for politico-religious centrism.
- Islamic Renaissance Movement (part of Green Algeria Alliance)
- Al-Menbar Islamic Society 1 / 40
- Party of Democratic Action 29 / 98
- Al-Wasat Party 0 / 568
- Islamic Action Organisation
- Islamic Dawa Party (part of National Iraqi Alliance)
- Islamic Fayli Grouping in Iraq
- Kurdistan Islamic Group 3 / 328
- Islamic Labour Movement in Iraq
- Islamic Union of Iraqi Turkoman 0 / 328
- Islamic Centrist Party5 / 130
- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
- Tehreek-e-Islam Pakistan34 / 342
- Ideal Democratic Party1 / 80
- Sri Lanka Muslim Congress7 / 225
- Ennahda Movement69 / 217
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- Green Algeria Alliance49 / 462
- Islamic Salvation Front (banned)
- Committee for National Revolution (dissolved)
- Al-Jama'a al-Islamiyya1 / 128
- Malaysian Islamic Party 14 / 222
- Justice and Development Party125 / 395
- Hamas74 / 132
- National Congress323 / 425
- Islamic Party of Azerbaijan (dissolved)
- Hezbollah 12 / 128
- National Iraqi Alliance183 / 328
- Islamic Dawa Party – Iraq Organisation 8 / 328
- Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq 29 / 328
- Islamic Virtue Party 6 / 328
- Tehrik-e-Jafaria3 / 33
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Sab'u Masajid, Saudi Arabia
This is a list of political parties espousing Salafism as its main ideology.
- Al Asalah 2 / 40
- Young Kashgar Party (dissolved)
- Adhaalath Party1 / 85
- Justice and Development Party 0 / 217
- Al-Islah46 / 301
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