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Radicalization of Muslim communities in Southeast Asia

International Conference on Radicalization of Muslim Communities in Southeast Asia (2005 Makati City)

Radicalization of Muslim communities in Southeast Asia

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by International Conference on Radicalization of Muslim Communities in Southeast Asia (2005 Makati City)

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Published by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy in [Makati City], [Mandaluyong City] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 178 p. :
Number of Pages178
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16660081M
LC Control Number2008313187

Beyond Southeast Asia, in , the Chicago Tribune reported on “radical Islam” in Libya and Syria. In , U.S. News & World Report added Egypt to that list. In , scholarship published in the Third World Quarterly described “radical Islam” in Algeria as having existed for more than a decade.   Extract. Rommel C. Banlaoi Though the problem of terrorism has become a very serious global security threat, it has deep domestic roots. The threat of international terrorism is inherently local in origin.1 There is even a view that al-Qaeda, the most notorious network of radical Muslim terrorist organizations to date, will return to their local roots.2 Thus, it is essential to consider the.

  2 6 “ISIS and Islamic Radicalization in Southeast Asia, An Interview with Mohamed Nawab Mohamed Osman,” Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs, Winter , 2 7 Peter Chalk. 2 8 Thomas Koruth Samuel, “Radicalisation in Southeast Asia: A Selected Case Study of Daesh in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, The Southeast Asia Regional. DE -RADICALIZATION PROGRAMS IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF REHABILITATION PROGRAMS IN MALAYSIA, THAILAND, INDONESIA & SINGAPORE Aslam, M. M 1, Othman, I. B 2 Rosili, N.A.K 3 ABSTRACT This paper discuss on the comparison of the approach used in de-r adicalization programs in four countries of Southeast Asia.

  Rachel Avraham is a political analyst working at the Safadi Center for International Diplomacy, Research, Public Relations and Human Rights. For 7 years, she has been an Israel-based journalist, specializing in radical Islam, abuses of human rights and minority rights, counter-terrorism, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Syria, Iran, Kurdistan and other issues of importance.   Southeast Asia has the world's largest Muslim population - Indonesia alone is home to more Muslims than the entire Middle East - yet nowhere in the region has a theocratic government emerged. Instead, Southeast Asian Islam is characterized by heterodox local traditions.


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Islam. Radicalization and Extremism. Southeast Asia. Malaysia and Indonesia, important U.S. partners and leaders in Southeast Asia, have been touted over the past two decades as model countries.

Of all the regions of the Muslim world, Southeast Asia stands out as particularly interesting and instructive in terms of the complex and often misunderstood connection between ‘radicalization’, on the one hand, and violence undertaken under the banner of Islam, on the other.

Book Description. The Islamic community in Southeast Asia is widely regarded as one of the most moderate and tolerant in the Muslim world. While most of the region’s Muslims are Sunni and fairly orthodox, the Islamic faith as practised in the region has historically been a syncretic blend of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and folk religions.

For readers interested in contemporary Southeast Asia, insurgency and counterinsurgency, Islam, politics, and questions of political violence, Tearing Apart the Land is a powerful account of the. Islam is the most widely practised religion in Southeast Asia, numbering approximately million adherents which translate to about 42% of the entire population, with majorities in Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia as well Pattani in Thailand and parts of Mindanao in the Philippines respectively.

Significant minorities are located in the other Southeast Asian states. Asia Southeast Asia in the crosshairs of 'Islamic State' A recent knife attack on the security minister of Indonesia is a reminder of the danger of Islamist extremism in Southeast Asia.

Throughout history, factors of radicalization have involved social and economic conditions and issues of identity. Patterns of Islamist radicalization in Europe reflect the historical experience of European Muslim communities, particularly their links to their home countries, the prevalence of militant groups there, and the extent to which factors of radicalization in Muslim.

Azzam, “The Radicalization of Muslim Communities in Europe,” Local and Global Dimensions 13(), p. Sageman, Leaderless Jihad. Mina Al-Lami, “Studies in Radicalisation: State of the Field Report,” Politics and International Relations Working Paper.

Islamic extremism is any form of Islam that opposes "democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs." Related terms include Islamist extremism, fundamentalism and radical is not to be confused with Islamism, which is politicized Islam.

Islamic terrorism or Jihadism is very often the result of Islamic extremism, although. 18 |Radicalization of Muslims in Mindanao: The Philippines in Southeast Asian Context Islam in the Region Home to over million people, Southeast Asia comprises multiple ethnicities, cultures, and religions.

Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar (Burma), Singapore, Thailand. Angel Rabasa Adherents of radical Islamic ideologies are a small minority in Southeast Asia. Islam spread in Southeast Asia largely through the conversion of elites and therefore developed under different conditions from other regions of the Muslim world, where the religion was established through military conquest.

unfortunate that the Southeast Asian region, far removed from the civil war in Syria and the turmoil in Iraq, has not been spared. In fact, the growing influence and aspirations that Daesh has been able to exert in Southeast Asia, is both significant and of great concern.

The brazen January   Southeast Asia has several such gaps, most notably in the Sulu-Sulawasi region, where interstate disputes create poor administrative governance and harbor rogue groups and.

On October 3,the International Crisis Group (ICG), an influential independent research organization, released another report on Islamic radicalization in Central Asia. The rise of radical Islam in the Middle East over the past few decades now may be reaching the Far East.

This appears along a scale of seriousness from new levels of political concern to the reality of enhanced tensions and violence from west to east along an archipelago of national territories from Thailand’s Isthmus of Kra, down the Malaysian peninsula into Indonesia’s Sumatra, Java, and.

Developing Academic Partnerships and Collaborative Research on Countering Violent Extremism in Malaysia and Southeast Asia: Amy Pate, Barnett S.

Koven, William Braniff The Challenge of a Non-Violent Radical Islam: Clark McCauley, Emmanuel Karagiannis Book Review: Community-Focused Counter-Radicalization and Counter-Terrorism Projects.

Southeast Asia or Southeastern Asia is the southeastern region of Asia, consisting of the regions that are geographically south of China, east of the Indian subcontinent and north-west of Australia. Southeast Asia is bordered to the north by East Asia, to the west by South Asia and the Bay of Bengal, to the east by Oceania and the Pacific Ocean, and to the south by Australia and the Indian Ocean.

Islam is a major religion in Southeast Asia, with Indonesian Muslims comprising the largest Muslim population in the world. Events and developments since 11 September have added greater attention to Islam and its adherents in this part of the : Hussin Mutalib, Hussin. ☯ Full Synopsis: "This book deals with the genesis, outbreak and far-reaching effects of a legal controversy and the resulting outbreak of mass violence, which determined the course of British colonial rule after post World War Two in Singapore and Malaya.

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