Confronting Islamic Jihadist movements
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This paper argues that in order to win the long-term fight against Islamic Jihadist movements, we must confront their ideological foundations and provide the majority of Muslims with an alternative narrative that satisfies their social identity needs for a positive esteem. By analysing social identity dynamics of Western-Muslim interactions, this paper presents some novel ideas that can lead to the creation of such a narrative.
Upal, M. (2015). Confronting Islamic Jihadist movements. Journal of Terrorism Research, 6(2), pp. 57-69.
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