Islamic Political Radicalism: A European Perspective
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press | ISBN: 0748625283 | edition 2007 | PDF | 324 pages | 1,11 mb
The book explores what is meant by terms such as ‘Islamic political radicalism’ or ‘Islamic fundamentalism’ or ‘Jihadi Satafism’, and how they formed within a sociological and theological context and were exacerbated by particular media and political discourses. Questions in relation to what it is to be radicalised and to what extent the phenomenon in question is Islamic or political are indeed important considerations in this book. Contributors explore the drivers behind Islamic political radicalism in Europe, with authors focusing on local (economic, cultural, social and political alienation; political and cultural marginalisation; psychological factors), national (responses to the ‘War on Terror’ which came about after the attacks on America in September 2001) or international factors (concepts of the Ummah and its relationship to the positions of Islam and Muslims in places such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine more recently, but also Bosnia, Chechnya and Kashmir more historically).
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