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This edited volume discusses critically discursive claims about the theological foundations connecting Islam to certain manifestations of violent extremism. Such claims and associated debates become even more polarizing when images of violent acts of terrorism performed in the name of Islam circulate in the global media. The authors argue that the visibility of such mediated violent extremism, in particular since the emergence of ISIS, has created a major political and security challenge not only to the world but also to the global Muslim community. This is particularly true in relation to the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This edited volume discusses critically discursive claims about the theological foundations connecting Islam to certain manifestations of violent extremism. Such claims and associated debates become even more polarizing when images of violent acts of terrorism performed in the name of Islam circulate in the global media. The authors argue that the visibility of such mediated violent extremism, in particular since the emergence of ISIS, has created a major political and security challenge not only to the world but also to the global Muslim community. This is particularly true in relation to the way Islam is being understood and characterized in the modern world. Existing studies on radicalization generally deal with causes and strategies to address violent extremism. The book will appeal to scholars, researchers and students in political science, Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 232
  • Erscheinungstermin: 29. Dezember 2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783030027193
  • Artikelnr.: 56821918
Autorenporträt
Fethi Mansouri is Director of the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalization at Deakin University and UNESCO Chairholder at Cultural Diversity and Social Justice, Australia. Zuleyha Keskin is Course Director at Charles Sturt University, Australia, and Managing Editor of Australian Journal of Islamic Studies.
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword
Chapter 1: Introduction: Framing the Debate Around Islamic Theology, Radicalisation and Violent ExtremismFethi Mansouri and Zuleyha Keskin Part 1: Contesting the Theological Foundations of Violent Extremism Chapter 2: Causes of Radicalisation: Theological Arguments as the Ultimate Trigger          Zuleyha Keskin and Fatih Tuncer Chapter 3: Refuting the Extremist Interpretations of the Text and the Prophetic Traditions: The Case of Qur'an 2:256Hakan Coruh Chapter 4: Social Construction of Jihad and Human Dignity in the Language of ISISJan A. Ali  Part 2: The Social and Political Perspectives to Violent ExtremismChapter 5: Orientalism and Anti-Orientalism: Epistemological Approaches to Islam and Violence                Muhammed Sulaiman Chapter 6: Political and Social Changes in the Muslim World with Special Reference to Development, Knowledge and Freedom DeficitsRiaz Hassan Chapter 7: Islamism, Radicalisation and Violent Extremism: Perspectives of Young Muslim AustraliansHalim Rane and Melissa Bull         Part 3: Religious Leadership and Violent Extremism  Chapter 8: Understanding Key Themes in the ISIS Narrative: An Examination of Dabiq MagazineGreg Barton Chapter 9: Potential Impact of the AKP's Unofficial Political Islamic Law on the Radicalisation of the Turkish Muslim Youth in the WestIhsan Yilmaz Chapter 10: Said Nursi's Non-Violent Social Activism as a Refutation and Response to the Re-Emergent Neo-Kharijite Sect in IslamMahsheed Ansari             Chapter 11: Pro-Active Religious Rehabilitation for the Prevention of Radicalism and Violent ExtremismCemil Alkan