Bombing Without Moonlight: The Origins of Suicidal Terrorism

Bombing Without Moonlight The Origins of Suicidal Terrorism In this probing investigation of the origins of suicidal terrorism Abdal Hakim Murad finds not Jihad versus MacWorld but MacJihad versus MacWorld In this concise essay the author contents that today
  • Title: Bombing Without Moonlight: The Origins of Suicidal Terrorism
  • Author: Abdal Hakim Murad
  • ISBN: 9780955235979
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this probing investigation of the origins of suicidal terrorism, Abdal Hakim Murad finds not Jihad versus MacWorld but MacJihad versus MacWorld In this concise essay, the author contents that today s terrorist movements have their roots in a very western and very relativistic worldview, adopted by self proclaimed Islamists whose mindset is as westernized as the socIn this probing investigation of the origins of suicidal terrorism, Abdal Hakim Murad finds not Jihad versus MacWorld but MacJihad versus MacWorld In this concise essay, the author contents that today s terrorist movements have their roots in a very western and very relativistic worldview, adopted by self proclaimed Islamists whose mindset is as westernized as the societies they strike.
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    1. Timothy John Tim Winter born 1960 , also known as Abdal Hakim Murad, is a British Sufi Muslim researcher, writer and teacher His profile and work have attracted media coverage both in the Muslim World and the West Conversant in both traditional Islamic scholarship and Western thought and civilization, Winter has made contributions on many Islamic topics Born in 1960, Winter was educated at Westminster School, and graduated with a double first in Arabic from Pembroke College at the University of Cambridge in 1983 He then studied and taught traditional Islamic sciences at the Al Azhar University in Egypt for several years, and spent several in Jeddah, where he administered a commercial translation office and maintained close contact with Shaykh Habib Ahmad Mashhur al Haddad In 1989, he returned to England and spent two years at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London where he concentrated on Turkish and Persian Winter is currently the Shaykh Zayed Lecturer of Islamic Studies in the Faculty of Divinity at Cambridge University, Director of Studies in Theology at Wolfson College, and a doctoral student at Oxford University, where he is studying the relationship between the government and Sufi brotherhoods in the Ottoman Empire citation needed Winter is also the secretary of the Muslim Academic Trust London , Director of The Anglo Muslim Fellowship for Eastern Europe, President of the UK Friends of Bosnia Herzegovina, and Director of the Sunna Project, which has published scholarly Arabic editions of the major Sunni Hadith collections.

    2. The one relief that we ever get from radicalised ideologies is that their madness is often responded to with sanity The same with what is now so pejoratively and erroneously termed Islamic terrorism , whose baggage usually includes suicidal terrorism and extremist ideologies Fortunately, the sober analyses that have ensued credibly dissociate them from any religious underpinnings, attributing them instead to socio political conditions and their ideological superstructures.Such is the perspective [...]

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