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Islamists Ruined My Iran By Morteza Boub
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Written from the viewpoint of a young man who has lived in ‘Islamic’ societies, Morteza M. Boub’s, ‘Islamists Ruined My Iran’ is a sarcastic yet fiercely blunt and... More > cynical manifesto written to enlighten an audience curious about Islamic Iran. In it the reader is introduced to some interesting facts and events which might lead one to believe all is not what it is claimed to be within Islam and the current system in place. Corruption, bloodshed, the struggle for power and worse are mentioned in this book- with an undeniable tone of sarcasm and dark humor.< Less
Terrorisme islamiste By Marie-Aurore Evrard et al.
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Tpe première ES 2012, Lycée Françoise Cabrini
ISLAMIST EXTREMISM IN KOSOVO AND THE COUNTRIES OF THE REGION By KOLË KRASNIQI, PH. D.
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"As such, Kosovo and her Balkan neighbors can be described as a bridge between West and East and will continue to create a clear example of the positive potential of a secular nation,... More > predominantly Muslim, which can attain democratic success and retain strong connection with nations with a plethora of religious beliefs. However, the struggles to achieve political stability, global recognition, and economic independence in a post-conflict environment provide the local conditions that ultimately support the potential for the genesis of religious extremism. And Dr. Krasniqi has undertaken extreme detail to outline how these phenomena have developed within Kosovo, both recently and over decades, which have permitted religious extremism to fester and predominantly contradict the best political and economical interests of the population and national leadership of their homeland." - James F. Albrecht Professor of Criminal Justice & Homeland Security Pace University, New York City, USA< Less
Egypt: Security, Political, And Islamist Challenges By Sherifa Zuhur
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Egypt is a major power and political force in the Middle East, as well as a recipient of significant amounts of U.S. aid for military and economic purposes. It is triply important to American... More > interests in the region as a participant in an important peace treaty and accords with Israel, in the ongoing Global War on Terror, and in its own transition to a more democratic and prosperous nation. In this monograph, Dr. Sherifa Zuhur argues that the Egyptian government’s efforts to retain tight control over the political landscape is impeding the democratization process. In the name of antiterrorism, these efforts may not put an end to sporadic outbreaks of militant violence which reemerged after the 1999 truce with the larger of these radical groups. The long-protested official state of emergency which grants the Egyptian government extraordinary powers has been extended, and that action required constitutional amendments which were recently approved by referendum.< Less
A Hundred Osamas: Islamist Threats And The Future Of Counterinsurgency By Sherifa Zuhur & Strategic Studies Institute
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The future of the Global War on Terror is now, and may continue indefinitely to be, a key concern for U.S. military and policymakers. Islamist terror has not arisen from a vacuum, but has evolved... More > over decades and requires more calibrated coordination and a different type of strategic planning than other types of conflicts. The author of this monograph, Dr. Sherifa Zuhur, examines the intensity and diversification of extremist efforts and outlines their “new jihad” and its relationship to the regeneration of extremist leadership. She reviews “lessons learned” with regard to Islamist extremist tactics, recruitment, and their relationship to a broader Islamic awakening which must be factored into the U.S. desire for democratization of the Middle East and the broader Islamic world. The Strategic Studies Institute is pleased to offer this monograph as a contribution to the national security debate on this important topic.< Less
Islamists Ruined My Iran: The Second Coming By Morteza M. Boub
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Written from the viewpoint of a young man who has lived in ‘Islamic’ societies, Morteza M. Boub’s, ‘Islamists Ruined My Iran’ is a sarcastic yet fiercely blunt and... More > cynical manifesto written to enlighten an audience curious about Islamic Iran. In it the reader is introduced to some interesting facts and events which might lead one to believe all is not what it is claimed to be within Islam and the current system in place. Corruption, bloodshed, the struggle for power and worse are mentioned in this book- with an undeniable tone of sarcasm and dark humor. The new edition does this better than before.< Less
Les Mondialistes et les Islamistes By Peter Godname
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Les liens entre les islamistes et les mondialistes datent de la fin du XIXème siècle. Ils n'ont fait que se renforcer depuis. Ensemble, ils mettent en place le soi-disant "Nouvel... More > Ordre Mondial".< Less
la face cachée des islamistes By abd-el-tif tahar
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The New Totalitarians: Social Identities And Radical Islamist Political Grand Strategy By Douglas J. Macdonald & Strategic Studies Institute
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Much discussion has occurred over a possible “clash of civilizations” between the Muslim world and the West for the last decade. While controversial, the “clash” thesis has... More > had a large influence in the debate over the causes of, and possible remedies for, the spread of terrorist activity. Dr. Douglas Macdonald argues that the social identity theory behind the “clash” thesis is useful for analyzing the tasks before us in the “Long War” on Terrorism. The “clash of civilizations” is not actually occurring, he argues, but is rather the end goal of radical Islamist political grand strategy. This is largely the result of the totalitarian nature of the beliefs of the radical Islamist terrorists: like the Fascists and Communists before them, they ultimately cannot allow alternative value systems to exist in areas they control. Their goal is to spread such totalitarian beliefs to the ummah, that is, the entire Muslim world, in order to create a violent “clash” with non-Muslim societies...< 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

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