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The Internal Conflicts of Islamic Militants and the Muslim World

The Internal Conflicts of Islamic Militants and the Muslim World

Suhaib Ahmed Shaheen


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In this book, the author, Suhaib Ahmed Shaheen, offers a very complex yet interesting examination of the internal conflicts within the Muslim world between Islamic militants and the more conservative members of Islam.
The author is an experienced journalist, writer, columnist, and academic.
This research work is comprehensive in its scope and in terms of the exposure of significant events in Islamic history juxtaposed against the rationale used by Islamic militants to shore up their beliefs and resultant actions.
The author has managed to do and offer unbiased research into this multifaceted subject the work is a thought-provoking exposure for the people who have an interest in world terrorism and extremism and world affairs in general.
As the author himself says, "The important feature of this book is that it discloses those perspectives of Islamic jihadism which are still hidden from the eyes of the world."

ISBN : 978-1-80439-111-2

Published: 30/05/2024

Pages : 348

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Suhaib Ahmed Shaheen

Suhaib Ahmed Shaheen belongs to a literary family. His ancestors came to Pakistan from India during the partition. By race, he is Meo Rajput. Studying and writing are his hobbies. He is also a researcher on Islamic militancy and a part-time columnist. After obtaining his postgraduate degree in history from Punjab University, Lahore, he was working on a research project related to Punjabi literature, but after the APS attack, he decided to research about different aspects of Islamic militancy and contemporary Islamic warfare. After a long period, he discovered more about the many conflicts between Islamic militants and the Muslim world and more than a hundred causes, factors, and reasons of Islamic militancy. He is satisfied with the research presented here.

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