Islam is seen as a political ideology, static and unresponsive to change which means that Islam will always promoting violence to the non-Muslims. Islam does not have values in common with other cultures that promoting peace and Islam is not influenced by them nor affected by their values in religion. That is the reason why they seen Muslims as violent, aggressive, threatening, terrorism and barbaric. They get the wrong perception about Islam by the media campaigns on islamophobia. Perceptions will influence their behavior towards Islam.
He claimed that the book was against religion as an Islam itself. A similar of the same happened in India, the country Salman Rushdie was born in, the book’s sale and possession was banned as a small minority of Muslims claimed that it hurt their sentiments, and that the government not taking any action against it was going against it Secular policy, thus a religion influenced the operation of a government and its laws, this is precisely why a global charter should be made, in order segregate the two and prevent one disruption the efficient operation of the other. The same was also the cause of the Charlie
The Qamartians, Imamis and other 72 sects, all who purported to follow Muslim teachings, threatened the faith of Samarkand. In Samarkand, violence is a means of protecting the people from perceived bad teachings from the 72 sects. This explains the condemnation Omar Al Khayyam received because of trying to bring about new teachings of Islam in Samarkand. In Fight Club, fighting is an
They believe Jihad (holy war or struggle) is something which does not allow young girls to educate, murder of innocent men and women. Terrorizing the world is apparently Jihad. Though they may misinterpreted the actual meaning of Jihad from the Qur’an but at the end they still are doing such horrifying events in the name of their
This paper examines Boko Haram terrorism and its effects on national security. The study is carried out using the secondary source of data for analysis. The paper reveals that the activities of the Boko Haram pose a serious security threat to the entire nation as the terrorist were bent on leaving no stone unturned to ensure that the country did not witness peace. Some recommendations have been made to help in tackling the menace which include to seek collaboration with the international community in the fight against the sect, as they have international connection, the need to control religious activities in the country to guard against extremism, motivation of soldiers and procurement of advanced weapons to fight the insurgent groups.
Terrorism is commonly defined as violent acts intended to create fear, perpetrated for an economic, religious, political, or ideological goal, and which deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants (Townshend 15). In any rate, a number of V 's “terrorist acts” are literally revenge executions of the foretasted people. These revenge executions are unquestionably provoked by V 's outrage and acrimony. However, is there any righteous convention leading V 's vendetta? The answer to this question can be found in the emotions themselves.
The Western hegemony and the so-called Muslim rage against Western civilization. • The terrorist attacks of 9/11 and the war on terror: the revival of Huntington’s clash rhetoric through the Bush doctrine and the wakeup call, Al-Qaeda’s jihad against the new crusaders and the invasion of Iraq. • The rise of the Islamic State and how its atrocities are perceived in the Islamic and the Arab world. The radicalization of new elements within Islamic jihadist and radical groups coupled with the vacuum created after the deposition of Saddam Hussein, has indeed contributed in disrupting the region and in setting the basis for a new wave of international terrorism • Arab Spring: the socioeconomic and political reasons for the uprising. Did Islamists and radical Islam hijack the Arab Spring?
Radicalism refers to extremely violent acts in the name of religion. Extremists are willing to undertake violent acts in the service of God and have little sympathy for their victims because these victims are the enemies of God. Just as importantly, religious radicalism inculcates the will to readily sacrifice one’s own life for the returns of ‘martyrdom’ that comes through the perceived service of God. However, religious radicalism or religious extremism is not defined by violent acts alone. It is necessary to mention that radicalism is not intrinsic to Islam and radical interpretations of the religion or for that matter may occur within any way of life and religion (Saikal, 2003), and yet, the question remains as to why Muslims in certain
No you cannot drink or gamble or deny God's existence, etc. These activities have been denied by the Word of God. Period. In other words, the concept of choice as we know it in the West is cursed in the Muslim world. Islamic law is absolutely incompatible with democracy.
The group promotes a violent version of Islam and claim to be committed to the prophet’s teachings, however, they have twisted all the meanings of the prophet’s teachings. Their movement forbids Muslims to pursue activities associated with western society such as