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Islamic Fundamentalism is the best book. It pictures the real stories with ducuoments, all whys, and hows of terrorism regime of Iran. It opens the targets of terrorism, and some of the inhumen activities of the Iran's rulers in the past, present, and future (if the regime exist). Khomeni and his heirs, abuse Islam Cited by: Islam is one of the most rapidly growing religions in the world. Islamic fundamentalism is one of its most forceful manifestations--and one of its least understood. This lack of understanding, combined with recent terrorist attacks, often leads to fear of Islamic fundamentalism in the West.4/5. Islam and Terrorism is a very disturbing book that provides many insights into the motivations of Islamic terrorists, and how they are firmly rooted in the radical interpretation of Islam. It has challenged much of what I thought I knew, and provided me fresh perspectives on recent trends in terrorism/5(50). Identifying these roots can lead to a better understanding of al-Qa'ida's theological and intellectual narratives, and how they effectively indoctrinate youths and attract many of them to violent 5/5(1).
This chapter puts an evolutionary lens on the motivating factors and potential solutions to the problem of Islamic fundamentalist terrorism. It argues that Islamic fundamentalist terrorism must be studied through a consilient approach, incorporating ideas from the life as well as social sciences, to aid social scientists and policy analysts in identifying its causes and solutions. Islamic terrorism The Complete Guide Main article Islamic terrorism Ideology Islam and violence Quran and violence Jihad in Hadith Political aspects of Islam List of expeditions of Muhammad Islamic fundamentalism Jihad Islamism Islamic military jurisprudence Prisoners of war in Islam Muslim attitudes towards terrorism Caliphate Analysts Robert. Islamic terrorism is the common term for violence, rooted on Islamic fundamentalism, and aimed at defending, or even promoting, Islamic culture, society, and values in opposition to the political, allegedly imperialistic, and cultural influences of non-Muslims, and the Western world in particular. Here are ten books, old and new, novels and memoirs, that can open your eyes to the reality of terrorism and extremism. The Sirens of Baghdad by Yasmin Khadra The third novel in Yasmina Khadra's bestselling trilogy about Islamic fundamentalism has the most compelling backdrop of any of his novels: Iraq in the wake of the American invasion.
Janet Tavakoli is the author of Unveiled Threat: A Personal Experience of Fundamentalist Islam and the Roots of Terrorism, a newly-released non-fiction book about the current negative implications of Islamic fundamentalism for the United : Janet Tavakoli. By Imran Farooqi In his book, “Invisible Balance of Power, US vs Islamic Militants: Dangerous Shift in International Relations”, published in , SajjadShaukat has taken present ‘different war’ 1/5(1). As a Writ columnist who keeps an eye out for books to be reviewed, presumably a lot of thinking people (a term surely synonymous with Writ readers) are now interested in learning more about terrorism, the Middle East, and Islamic fundamentalism. Not surprisingly, given the terrible events of September 11th, reading tastes have suddenly changed. I discovered that my favorite site for University. The prominence of jihad (war against infidels) in Islamic theology; How Egyptian fundamentalists murdered and robbed Christians to raise funds for terrorism; The difference between a moderate Muslim and a fundamentalist Muslim; For the readers of this book, the motive behind Islamic world activity will no longer be a mystery/5(15).