Militant Islam

Some articles on islam, militant islam:

Ahmed Rashid - Selected Works
... The Resurgence of Central Asia Islam or Nationalism?, St ... Taliban Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia, Yale University Press (March 2000) ISBN 0-300-08340-8 ... Jihad The Rise of Militant Islam in Central Asia, Yale University Press (January 25, 2002) ISBN 0-300-09345-4 ...
Daniel Pipes - Views On Islam and The Middle East - Radical and Moderate Islam
... concern about what he calls the danger of "radical" or "militant Islam" to the Western world ... and the United States." Pipes has written, "It’s a mistake to blame Islam, a religion 14 centuries old, for the evil that should be ascribed to militant Islam, a totalitarian ideology ... Militant Islam is the problem, but moderate Islam is the solution." Pipes believes that moderate Muslims "constitute a very small movement", but a "brave" one, which the U.S ...
The Enemy Of My Enemy - Contents
... Introduction The Contemporary Extreme Right The Development of Militant Islam Militant Islam in the United States Interaction between the Extreme Right and Islamic/Arab Extremist The U ... How the Extreme Right Views the Current Crisis How Militant Islam Views the Current Crisis Prospects for Cooperation between Militant Islam and the Extreme Right Conclusion Notes ...

Famous quotes containing the words islam and/or militant:

    During the first formative centuries of its existence, Christianity was separated from and indeed antagonistic to the state, with which it only later became involved. From the lifetime of its founder, Islam was the state, and the identity of religion and government is indelibly stamped on the memories and awareness of the faithful from their own sacred writings, history, and experience.
    Bernard Lewis, U.S. Middle Eastern specialist. Islam and the West, ch. 8, Oxford University Press (1993)

    “I” is a militant social tendency, working to hold and enlarge its place in the general current of tendencies. So far as it can it waxes, as all life does. To think of it as apart from society is a palpable absurdity of which no one could be guilty who really saw it as a fact of life.
    Charles Horton Cooley (1864–1929)