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  • Global terrorism

    📕12.221 🕔12.12.2009

    Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics. Case study of the Islamic cultural circle.
    Islam, Muslim, Mohammedan, most people automatically associate these concepts with terrorism and the status of suicide bombers. When a bomb explodes somewhere in the world, a Pakistani person usually does not appear in the media, or an Afghan man is detonated, but a Muslim committed a terrorist act. Religious affiliation is above nationality here. The media, today considered the sixth power to determine public opinion, generalizes and writes about the Islamic States and their individual protests as the Muslim struggle against Western civilization, or culture. In the Western world, the terms Muslim and terrorist, Muslim and Arab, Arab and terrorist are beginning to be identified, especially among the general public. Is that really so?

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  • Global terrorism - 1. Islam

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    Continuation of the article Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - A case study of the Islamic cultural circle.
    Looking at the world map, we find that a substantial part of the countries of the so-called third world are countries with Islamic culture. Many of these countries are religious states. There are opinions among experts that religious states do not belong to the twenty-first century. Religious states are, after all, the domain of the Middle Ages, and there their history was supposed to end ...

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  • Global terrorism - 2. Conflict of cultures, West versus Islam

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    Continuation of the article Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - A case study of the Islamic cultural circle.
    As long as Islam remains Islam ( which is certain) and the West ( which is less certain ) the West, the relations between the two civilizations will be determined by this fundamental dispute, as they have been determined by fourteen centuries. This development is partly connected with the opposition between sacral and secular values, partly with the historical rivalry between Christianity and Islam, partly with the jealous nature of Western power, partly with the hostility caused by Western dominance in the post-colonial political order of the Middle East and partly with bitterness, which makes an unfavorable comparison of the individual achievements of Islamic and Western civilization in the last two centuries.

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  • Global terrorism - 3. Suicide Attack, Part 1

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    Continuation of the article Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - A case study of the Islamic cultural circle.
    Defining suicide terrorism is very complicated. There are countless authors and countless definitions. Definition of terror, terrorist first appeared during the French Revolution to refer to those who used terror on behalf of the state. On the contrary, in the 19th century, Russian and French anarchists fighting against the state were so proudly called themselves. Nazi Germany during World War II described members of the resistance movement in this way. So who is actually a terrorist. One who uses violence on behalf of or against the state?

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  • Global terrorism - 3. Suicide Attack, Part 2

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    Continuation of the article Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - A case study of the Islamic cultural circle.
    The suicide bombing, as a form of global terrorism, has found its irreplaceable place in recent decades among the means of coercion that serve as a way for terrorists to achieve political goals.

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  • Global terrorism - Annexes 2

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    Appendices to the article Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - Case study of the Islamic cultural circle.

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  • Global terrorism - Annexes 3

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    Appendix to the article Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - Case study of the Islamic cultural circle.

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  • Global terrorism - Annexes 3

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    Appendices to the article Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - Case study of the Islamic cultural circle.

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  • Global terrorism - Conclusion

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    Continuation of the article Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - A case study of the Islamic cultural circle.
    Islam, a monotheistic religion that grew on the same foundations as Christianity and Judaism, is seen as a new, reformed form of a single correct religion. Islam does not deny the authority of Christianity. He only claims that people have gradually changed, distorted and corrupted this teaching, so God sent people one more, last holy book, the Qur'an.

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  • Global terrorism - Introduction

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    Global terrorism, its forms and effectiveness in international politics - A case study of the Islamic cultural circle.
    The aim of the diploma thesis is based on the analysis of the system of Islamic teaching to assess the extent to which in Islam there are preconditions for the development of the phenomenon of suicide bombers. Evaluate the suicide bombing and evaluate the assumptions of its origin in the principles of Islam.

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  • Global terrorism - Resources

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