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|Other titles||Islam between globalization and counterterrorism|
|Statement||Ali A. Mazrui ; edited by Shalahudin Kafrawi, Alamin M. Mazrui, Ruzima Sebuharara.|
|Contributions||Kafrawi, Shalahudin, 1969-, Mazrui, Alamin M., Sebuharara, Ruzima.|
|LC Classifications||BP163 .M387 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 331 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||331|
Religion and culture are practically inseparable and Islamic terrorist organisations use this relation in order to operate in two realms. The first one is the religious realm, in which the violence first and foremost is portrayed as a sacramental act or divine duty, executed in direct response to some theological demand or imperative. This article will discuss the nature of ideologies and examine the extent to which the Salafi-jihad can be compared to other ideologies such as fascism or communism. It concludes that the Salafi-jihad is best described as a religious ideology rather than a secular ideology such as fascism or National Socialism. The final part will explain why a proper labeling of the Salafi-jihad has .
He received an Associate Professorship with his book on the relationship between Quantum Theory, philosophy, theology and then Professorship with his work on science, philosophy and religion. He also earned a second PhD degree in Political Science from Istanbul University with his thesis on "Islam in Turkey During the Globalization Process". This book is an accessible and comprehensive account of political Islam in the twenty-first century. Drawing on insights from comparative politics and Islamic studies, it explains the complex interaction between Islam, society, the state, and processes of globalization.
Islamic terrorism, Islamist terrorism or radical Islamic terrorism are terrorist acts against civilians committed by violent Islamists who claim a religious motivation.. The largest numbers of incidents and fatalities caused by Islamic terrorism have occurred in places like Iraq, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Yemen and Syria. In four Islamic extremist groups were responsible for 74% of. 1. Introduction Converts to Islam represent a small percentage of the Muslim community in Western countries.1 Yet when it comes to Islamist extremism2 and terrorism3, research has suggested that converts are considerably overrepresented.4 By summarising some of the most notable existing studies, this ICCT Policy Brief clarifies what is known about.
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Mazrui examines those forces. Get this from a library. Islam between globalization & counter-terrorism. [Ali AlʼAmin Mazrui; Shalahudin Kafrawi; Alamin M Mazrui; Ruzima Sebuharara] -- "This book examines the stresses and strains of relations between Islam and the West in this era of tense globalization.
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This book examines those forces from the perspective of the rise and fall of civilizations. Buy Islam Between Globalization and Counter-terrorism by Ali A. Mazrui from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ ISLAM, GLOBALIZATION AND COUNTER TERRORISM Juhaya S.
Praja* I. ISLAM AND GLOBALIZATION A. Islamic Universality The Quran states that Islam is the universal religion and is a mercy to all creatures.1 Islam is a religion of peace.
As a universal faith, that has been subject to diverse interpretations, Islam offers a living. Book January Islam: Between Globalization and Counter-terrorism. Jan ; Ali A Mazrui; Mazrui, Ali A. Islam: Between Globalization and Counter-terrorism. Keywords: globalization, international terrorism, the prevention of terrorism, counter-terrorism, counter-terrorism ideology.
In human history, terrorism is widely recognized as the world most famous enemy of the humanity. We should not underestimate this threat: terrorism is annihilation with far-reaching and destructive effects; it is the. Globalization > Religious aspects > Islam. Islam and politics > Islamic countries.
Ummah (Islam) > Islamic countries. The study concludes by restating the growing indispensable nature of globalization, re-emphasizes the seeming nexus between globalization and terrorism in Nigeria in particular and Africa in general. relationship between terrorism and globalization with reference to the September 11th attack.
Tools to fight terrorism will be emphasized in the following chapter. First, constructivist thought will be used to focus on the role of people and cooperation. Abstract. Ona Sufi gathering was held by a group of Senegalese immigrant Muslims in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The purpose of the meeting was to celebrate the Gàmmu, the Wolof name given to the celebration of the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad (Mawlid al-Nabi in Arabic), an important event both in Senegal and among its citizens living in the Diaspora.
Download the Report It is far too easy to focus on individual acts of terrorism and extremism, and ignore the global patterns in such violence. The Burke Chair at CSIS has assembled a wide range of indicators that help quantify and explain these patterns, and that look beyond the crises of the moment to examine longer term trends.
They include a range of. Ali A. Mazrui has 52 books on Goodreads with ratings. Ali A. Mazrui’s most popular book is The Africans: A Triple Heritage. The relationship between terrorism and globalization is difficult to describe accurately. Each phenomenon is complicated and defies simple characterization.
It is inaccurate to suggest that globalization is responsible for terrorism, but technologies associated with globalization have been exploited by terrorists.
contents editors' introduction the globalization of an african muslim ix author's introduction islam between globalization and pax-americana: a toynbean analysis xvii section one north-south: the political divide chapter one the imperial culture of north-south relations: the case of islam and the west 3 chapter two the global hostage crisis: the south between underdevelopment&counter-terrorism.
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Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 Author: Ali Al'amin Mazrui. In another significant work, a book called Islam between Globalization and Counter Terrorism, Mazrui discussed the rising tide of extremism (as seen in in Somalia with al-Shabab and Nigeria with.Globalization and terrorism did not start at the end of the Cold War or after September 11 attacks in New York.
In fact, the account given here will entirely precede it, outlining the interaction between global processes and local resistances it generates. Globalization and terrorism have long been complex and intertwined. The Globalization of Terrorism book.
The Globalization of Terrorism. a theoretical explanation of terrorism which will assist the development of practical policies that are effective in counter-terrorism operations. The main features of the book include World System’s Theory (WST), the relevance of WST, factors affecting the definition of.