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Beyond the Headlines: Changing Perceptions of Islamic Movements. (Perspectives).

Harvard International Review 2003, Summer, 25, 2

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Despite the failures political Islam has confronted when governing Afghanistan, Sudan, Pakistan, and Iran, Islamic movements in the 21st century continue to be a significant force in mainstream Muslim politics, from Morocco to Indonesia. The September 11 attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in Washington, DC; suicide bombers' slaughter of noncombatants in Israel and Palestine; bombings in Bali, Indonesia; and the arrests of suspected terrorist cells in Europe and the United States reinforce fears of radical Islamic movements. Muslim rulers in Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Turkey, Indonesia, and the Central Asian Republics, as well as the governments of Israel, India, China, and the Philippines, have exploited the danger of Islamic radicalism and global terrorism to deflect from the failures of their governments. They focus on the Islamist threat to divert criticism from their indiscriminate suppression of opposition movements, both mainstream and extremist, as well as to attract US and European aid. A War on Terrorism?

Beyond the Headlines: Changing Perceptions of Islamic Movements. (Perspectives).
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  • Published: 22 June 2003
  • Publisher: Harvard International Relations Council, Inc.
  • Print Length: 10 Pages
  • Language: English
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