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Terrorisme islamiste By Marie-Aurore Evrard et al.
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la face cachée des islamistes By abd-el-tif tahar
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RADICAL ISLAMIST FUNDAMENTALISM AND EXTREMISM AND THE IMPACT OF U.S. FOREIGN POLICY IN UZBEKISTAN AND CENTRAL ASIA By Shane Tomashot
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The author analyzes U.S. foreign policy in Central Asia, focusing on Uzbekistan. The author argues that the U.S. continues to provide support to the oppressive Karimov regime, much as it did with... More > oppressive regimes in the Middle East during the Cold War. By supporting oppressive regimes in the Middle East during the Cold War, the U.S. created a “swamp” of hatred and animosity toward itself amongst Muslims. This worked to create a large number of radical Islamist fundamentalists who preach hatred of the U.S. and recruit or become terrorists. The author provides evidence that the U.S. is making the same mistakes in its strategy of foreign policy engagement with Uzbekistan, thus creating a new “swamp” of terrorism in Central Asia.< Less
RADICAL ISLAMIST FUNDAMENTALISM AND EXTREMISM AND THE IMPACT OF U.S. FOREIGN POLICY IN UZBEKISTAN AND CENTRAL ASIA By Shane Tomashot
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The author analyzes U.S. foreign policy in Central Asia, focusing on Uzbekistan. The author argues that the U.S. continues to provide support to the oppressive Karimov regime, much as it did with... More > oppressive regimes in the Middle East during the Cold War. By supporting oppressive regimes in the Middle East during the Cold War, the U.S. created a “swamp” of hatred and animosity toward itself amongst Muslims. This worked to create a large number of radical Islamist fundamentalists who preach hatred of the U.S. and recruit or become terrorists. The author provides evidence that the U.S. is making the same mistakes in its strategy of foreign policy engagement with Uzbekistan, thus creating a new “swamp” of terrorism in Central Asia.< Less
Terrorist Reporting in the Swedish Media: Reinforcing an Oriental/Occidental Division? By Mario I. Aguilar (ed.) and Therese Rudebeck
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Paper 1 ‘Terrorist Reporting in the Swedish Media: Reinforcing an Oriental/Occidental Division?’ was prepared by Therese Rudebeck during an internship at the CSRP in 2011. The paper is of... More > importance because it highlights the political assumptions of terrorism in Sweden by the media fuelled by some political quarters such as the Sverigedemokraterna (Swedish Democrats, SD). Within this paper Rudebeck argues that the terrorist attacks on Stockholm on 11 December 2010 brought as a result a worrying assumption that terrorists were Islamists associated with foreign refugees living in Sweden and that the openness of Sweden towards foreigners and asylum seekers constituted a risk to all Swedish citizens. This series of papers under the title of Current Issues in Religion and Politics aims at presenting original research conducted at the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP) of the University of St. Andrews.< Less
Terrorist Reporting in the Swedish Media: Reinforcing an Oriental/Occidental Division? By Mario I. Aguilar (ed.) and Therese Rudebeck
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Paper 1 ‘Terrorist Reporting in the Swedish Media: Reinforcing an Oriental/Occidental Division?’ was prepared by Therese Rudebeck during an internship at the CSRP in 2011. The paper is of... More > importance because it highlights the political assumptions of terrorism in Sweden by the media fuelled by some political quarters such as the Sverigedemokraterna (Swedish Democrats, SD). Within this paper Rudebeck argues that the terrorist attacks on Stockholm on 11 December 2010 brought as a result a worrying assumption that terrorists were Islamists associated with foreign refugees living in Sweden and that the openness of Sweden towards foreigners and asylum seekers constituted a risk to all Swedish citizens. This series of papers under the title of Current Issues in Religion and Politics aims at presenting original research conducted at the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP) of the University of St. Andrews.< Less
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Political Islam threatens the Maghreb. Fundamentalists dream of making a Caliphate. Attitudes began to change. And if dreams become reality?
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Political Islam threatens the Maghreb. Fundamentalists dream of making a Caliphate. Attitudes began to change. And if dreams become reality?
The Trappists of Thibirine: Martyrs for a Christian-Muslim Dialogue (+1996) By Mario I, Aguilar
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On the night of 26/27 March 1996 seven monks of the Trappist Monastery of Thibirine in Algeria were abducted. The seven monks assassinated were: Dom Christian de Chergé (1937-1996), Brother... More > Luc Dochier (1914-1996), Fr. Christophe Lebreton (1950-1996), Br. Michel Fleury (1944-1996), Fr. Bruno Lemarchand (1930-1996), Fr. Celestin Ringeard (1939-1996), and Br. Paul Favre-Miville (1939-1996). Almost two months later their captors announced their death: they had been shot and their heads severed from their bodies. Their bodies were never found while their heads were found on 21 May 1996 looking mummified as they had been buried and then disinterred before being left beside a tree in Algeria. Their burial took place at the monastery on 4th June 1996 after a solemn funeral at the Cathedral of Algiers.< Less
The Trappists of Thibirine: Martyrs for a Christian-Muslim Dialogue (+1996) By Mario I, Aguilar
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On the night of 26/27 March 1996 seven monks of the Trappist Monastery of Thibirine in Algeria were abducted. The seven monks assassinated were: Dom Christian de Chergé (1937-1996), Brother... More > Luc Dochier (1914-1996), Fr. Christophe Lebreton (1950-1996), Br. Michel Fleury (1944-1996), Fr. Bruno Lemarchand (1930-1996), Fr. Celestin Ringeard (1939-1996), and Br. Paul Favre-Miville (1939-1996). Almost two months later their captors announced their death: they had been shot and their heads severed from their bodies. Their bodies were never found while their heads were found on 21 May 1996 looking mummified as they had been buried and then disinterred before being left beside a tree in Algeria. Their burial took place at the monastery on 4th June 1996 after a solemn funeral at the Cathedral of Algiers.< Less