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This study examines the phenomenon of Global Jihadism through the lens of modern social movement the....


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30 review for Global Jihadism: A Transnational Social Movement

  1. 5 out of 5

    Heather Reads Books

    A straightforward and thoughtful approach to the history of Global Jihadism, its relationship with Islamism, and how it can be defeated. Although "jihadism" is thrown around casually in popular political discourse, this dissertation is the first time I've ever seen it specifically defined and put in its proper historical context. Aslan takes care to back up the history with actual texts given by ideologues in the movement, which you would think is a no-brainer – yet I've never seen anyone in the A straightforward and thoughtful approach to the history of Global Jihadism, its relationship with Islamism, and how it can be defeated. Although "jihadism" is thrown around casually in popular political discourse, this dissertation is the first time I've ever seen it specifically defined and put in its proper historical context. Aslan takes care to back up the history with actual texts given by ideologues in the movement, which you would think is a no-brainer – yet I've never seen anyone in the popular media attempt to actually engage with such ideals. Aslan's thesis is likewise compelling – the argument that jihadism is not a religious nor political movement but a social one makes a great deal of sense. A very worthwhile read for those who are academically inclined and interested in the subject. I believe he has incorporated some of this work into his book intended more for a lay audience, Beyond Fundamentalism. Perhaps that might be a better introductory text (I have not read it in its entirety yet; it's on the list), but if you're used to scholarly formats and have an interest in the sociological context of terrorism, this is a highly informative read.

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