The Theory and Practice of Islamic Terrorism - An Anthology | M. Perry | Palgrave MacmillanForgot your login information? Edited by: Ram Puniyani. Quddus, J. Islam, terrorism and the new world order. Puniyani Ed. Quddus, Jawaid.
The Theory and Practice of Islamic Terrorism
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Editors: Perry , M. This is the first anthology designed to enhance the reader's understanding of the multiple dimensions of Islamic terrorism by presenting a cross-section of recent articles and selections from cutting-edge books on the subject. Right Islam Vs.
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 tables, graphs, and maps that help put the global patterns of terrorism in perspective, and that show the relationships between extremist and terrorist movements, the reject of such movements by the vast majority of Muslims, and the critical role that Muslim states play as strategic partners in the fight against such movements. Any analysis of the patterns in terrorism faces major challenges simply because of the lack of reliable and comparable data, and the tendency to compartmentalize analysis to deal with given threats, nations, and regions. The problem becomes much greater when the analysis attempts to deal with issues as controversial as the links between Islam, extremism, and terrorism.