Selected Literature on Terrorism and Religion

Selected Literature on Terrorism and Religion

Monographs, Edited Volumes, Non-conventional Literature and Prime Articles published since 2001, selected by

Eric Price (Professional Information Specialist; Editorial Assistant PT)

NB: some of the items listed below are clickable and allow access to the full text; those with an asterix [*] only have a clickable table of contents.

Aboul-Enein, Y.H. (2010) Militant Islamist ideology: understanding the global threat Annapolis, Md.: Naval Institute Press.

Achcar, G. (2002) The clash of barbarisms: September 11 and the making of the new world disorder New York, NY.: Monthly Review Press

[* ].

Al-Khattar, Aref M., (2003) Religion and terrorism: an interfaith perspective Westport, Conn.: Praeger.

Allen, D. (ed.) (2006) Comparative philosophy and religion in times of terror Lanham, MD.: Lexington Books [* ].

Al-Rasheed, M. & Shterin, M. (eds.) (2009) Dying for faith: religiously motivated violence in the contemporary world London: I.B. Tauris; New York: Palgrave Macmillan

Anonymous (2002)[Michael Scheuer]  Through our enemies' eyes: Osama bin Laden, radical Islam, and the future of America Washington, D.C.: Brassey's

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Apata, C.T., Seriki, I. & Arazi, H.A. (eds.) (2003) Religion and terrorism. Ogun State, Nigeria: National Association for the Study of Religions and Education (NASRED).

Barlas, A. (2004) Islam, Muslims, and the US: essays on religion and politics. New Delhi: Global Media Publ..

Barton, P.A. (2002) A history of racism and terrorism, rebellion and overcoming: the faith, power, and struggle of a people Philadelphia: Xlibris.  

Barrett, P. (2007) American Islam: the struggle for the soul of a religion New York:

Farrar, Straus and Giroux [* ].

Bauder, J. (ed.) (2007) Censorship Detroit: Greenhaven Press [* ].

Bayman, H. (2003) The secret of Islam: love and law in the religion of ethics Berkeley, Calif.: North Atlantic Books. [* ]

Bongar, B. (et al. ) (eds) (2007) Psychology of terrorism Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press [* ]

Bonney, R. (2004) Jihad: from Quran to Bin Laden New York: Palgrave Macmillan [* ].

Cohen-Almagor R. (ed.) (2005) Israeli democracy at the crossroads.  London; New York: Routledge.

Cooper, B. (2002) Unholy terror: the origin and significance of contemporary, religion-based terrorism Vancouver: Fraser Institute.

Crist, A.J. (2007) My search for truth: all people die in peace.  Milan, Mich.: JCarp Publications.

Deegan, H. (2009) Africa today: culture, economics, religion, security London; New York: Routledge [* ].

Einfeld, J. (ed.) (2005) Is Islam a religion of war or peace? San Diego: Greenhaven Press.

Euben, R. L. & Zaman, M. Q. (eds.) (2009) Princeton readings in Islamist thought: texts and contexts from al-Banna to Bin Laden Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Farr, T. F. (2008) World of faith and freedom: why international religious liberty is vital to American national security. New York: Oxford University Press

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Fisher, D. & Wicker, B. (eds.) (2010) Just war on terror? A Christian and Muslim response. Farnham, Surrey, England; Burlington, VT.: Ashgate.

Foran, J., Lane, D. & Zivkovic, A. (eds.) (2008) Revolution in the making of the modern world: social identities, globalization, and modernity. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge [* ].

Franco, G.H. & Cervantes, S.L. (eds.) Islam in the 21st century Hauppauge, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers.

Fuller, G. E. (2010) A world without Islam. New York: Little, Brown and Co.

Gabriel, B. (2008) They must be stopped: why we must defeat radical Islam and how we can do it New York: St. Martin's Press

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Garrard-Burnett, V. (2010) Terror in the land of the Holy Spirit Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.     

Glass, J. D. (2003) Soldiers of God: primal emotions and religious terrorists. Corona Del Mar, Calif.: Donington Press Ltd. (* ].

Glucklich, A. (2009) Dying for heaven: holy pleasure and suicide bombers—why the best qualities of religion are also its most dangerous. New York: HarperOne [* ].

Hafez, K. (2010) Radicalism and political reform in the Islamic and Western worlds. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Harris, S. (2005) The end of faith: religion, terror, and the future of reason New York: W.W. Norton & Co. [* ].

Hauerwas, S. & Lentricchia, F. (eds.) (2003) Dissent from the homeland: essays after September 11. Durham: Duke University Press

[* ].

Hehir, J. B. (et  al.) (2004) Liberty and power: a dialogue on religion and U.S. foreign                       policy in an unjust world. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press [* ].

Hider, J. (2009) The spiders of Allah: travels of an unbeliever on the frontline of holy war New York: St. Martin's Griffin.

Hodges, T. (2006) Religion and world conflict. Farmington Hills, MI.: Lucent Books [* ].

Hoffman, B. (2006) Inside terrorism New York: Columbia University Press [* ].

Innes, B. (2003) International terrorism. Broomall, PA.: Mason Crest Publishers.

Israeli, R. (2008) Islamic radicalism and political violence: the Templars of Islam and Sheikh Ra'id Salah Portland: VallentinPublished.

Jacobs, M. D. & Hanrahan, N. W. (eds.) (2005) The Blackwell companion to the sociology of culture. Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub.

Jefferis, J.L. (2010) Religion and political violence: sacred protest in the modern world New York: Routledge.

Jewett, R. (2008) Mission and menace: four centuries of American religious zeal Minneapolis, MN.: Fortress Press [* ].

Jewett, R. (2003) Captain America and the crusade against evil: the dilemma of zealous Nationalism. Grand Rapids, Mich.: W.B. Eerdmans

Kaur, R. (ed.) (2005) Religion, violence, and political mobilisation in South Asia. New Delhi; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications

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Koenig, H.G. (2006) In the wake of disaster: religious responses to terrorism & catastrophe. Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press

[* ].

 Kolig, E. (2010) New Zealand's Muslims and multiculturalism.

Kuriakose, K. K. (ed.) (2006) Religion, terrorism and globalization: nonviolence: a new

Agenda. New York: Nova Science Publishers[* ].

Laurence, J. (2006) Integrating Islam: political and religious challenges in contemporary France. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press

[* ].

Levitt, P. (2007) God needs no passport: immigrants and the changing American religious landscape. New York : New Press; distributed by W.W. Norton & Company [* ].

Lieb, M & Labriola, A.C. (eds.) (2006) Milton in the age of Fish: essays on authorship, text, and terrorism  Pittsburgh, Pa.: Duquesne University Press

[* ].

Lincoln, B. (2006) Holy terrors: thinking about religion after September 11. Chicago: University of Chicago Press [* ].

Madiwale, A. (ed.) (2007) Rise of fascism in India: voices beneath the ashes, victims of communal violence speak [report of the Independent People's Tribunal on the Rise of Fascist Forces and the Attack on the Secular State, March 20-22, 2007] New Delhi: Human Rights Law Network.

Mango, A. (2005) Turkey and the war on terror: for forty years we fought alone. London; New York: Routledge [* ].

Marshall,  P., Gilbert, L. &  Ahmanson, R.G. (eds.) (2009) Blind spot: when journalists don't get religion. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.

Martyn T. (ed.) (2006) Copts in Egypt: a Christian minority under siege. [papers                      presented at the First International Coptic Symposium, Zurich, September 23-25, 2004; International Coptic Symposium] G2W-Verlag;Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Moggach, D. (ed.) (2006) The new Hegelians: politics and philosophy in the Hegelian

School.  New York: Cambridge University Press [* ].

Morgan, M. J. (ed.) (2009) The impact of 9/11 on religion and philosophy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Nathan,C.N. (ed.) (2010) Current issues in human rights and international relations: papers from the Clemens Nathan Research Centre.  Leiden; Boston: M. Nijhoff Publishers.

Patterson, E.D & Gallagher, J. (eds.) (2009) Debating the war of ideas. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Puniyani, R. (ed.) (2005) Religion, power & violence: expression of politics in contemporary times. New Delhi; Thousand Oaks: Sage

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Rennie, B & Tite, P.L. (eds.) (2008) Religion, terror and violence: religious studies perspectives. New York: Routledge

[* ].

Richardson, L. (ed.) (2006) The roots of terrorism. New York: Routledge [* ].

Rinehart, J. F. (2006) Apocalyptic faith and political violence: prophets of terror. New York: Palgrave Macmillan [* ].

Ross, Jeffrey (ed.). Religion and Violence. An Encyclopedia of Faith and Conflict from Antiquity to the Present. Armonk, N.Y., M.E. Sharpe, 2011. 3 vols.

Ryan, K. J. (2007) Radical eye for the infidel guy: inside the strange world of militant Islam. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books

[* ].

Sagarin, R.D. & Taylor, T. (eds.) (2008) Natural security: a Darwinian approach to a dangerous world. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Sammon, B. (2007) The evangelical president: George Bush's struggle to spread a moral democracy throughout the world. Washington, DC: Regnery Pub.

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Scruton, R. (2002) The West and the rest: globalization and the terrorist threat Wilmington, Del.: ISI Books.

Seidler, V. J. (2007) Urban fears and global terrors: citizenship, multicultures and belongings after 7/7. London ; New York: Routledge

[* ].

Shukla, I. K. (2005) Hindutva, treason and terrorism New Delhi: Pharos Media & Publishers.

Shusta, R.M. (et al.) (2011) Multicultural law enforcement: strategies for peacekeeping

in a diverse society. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Education/Prentice Hall.

Sidel, J. T. ( 2006) Riots, pogroms, jihad: religious violence in Indonesia. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press [* ].

Skorupski, J. (ed.) (2010) The Routledge companion to ethics. London; New York: Routledge.

Skya, W. (2009) Japan's holy war: the ideology of radical Shintō ultranationalism. Durham: Duke University Press [* ].

Stone, R. H. (2008) Moral reflections on foreign policy in a religious war. Lanham: Lexington Books.

Tapp, R.B. (ed.) (2006)  The fate of democracy. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books [ * ].

Thomas, B. (2009) The dark side of Zionism: Israel's quest for security through dominance Lanham, MD.: Lexington Books

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Triandis, H. C. (2009) Fooling ourselves: self-deception in politics, religion, and terrorism. Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers

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Weigel, G. (2009) Faith, reason, and the war against jihadism: a call to action. New York: Image Books/Doubleday Religion.

Weinberg, L & Pedahzur, A. (eds.) (2004) Religious fundamentalism and political extremism. London; Portland, OR.: Frank Cass

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Williams, P. L. (2006) The dunces of doomsday: 10 blunders that gave rise to radical Islam, terrorist regimes, and the threat of an American Hiroshima. Nashville, Tenn.: WND Books [* ].

Wilson, M. (ed.) (2006) Democracy: opposing viewpoints. Farmington Hills,MI.: Greenhaven Press/Thomson Gale.

Winfield, R. D. (2007) Modernity, religion, and the War on Terror. Aldershot, Hampshire, England; Burlington, VT.: Ashgate

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Zacharias, R. K. (2002) Light in the shadow of Jihad Sisters Or.: Multnomah Publishers [* ].


Non-conventional Literature

Adkins, M.J. (2007) Suicidal Terrorism, A Dying Strategy. [Thesis] Marshall University; Huntington, W. Virginia

[ ].         

Ahluwalia, J.S. (2007) God - In the Mind of the Terrorist? The Sikh Review [ ].

Ahmad, I. (2009) Conceptualizing Terrorism: Perspective from the Periphery. Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad [ ].

Armstrong, K. (2006) The Role of Religion in Today’s Conflict. UNAOC [ ].

Berman, E. (2008) Religion, terrorism and public goods. Cambridge, MA.: National Bureau of Economic Research [ ].

Cilluffo, F J., Carpenter, S. & Levitt, M. (2011)   What's the Big Idea? Confronting the Ideology of Islamist Extremism. Homeland Security Policy Institute Issue Brief, February 4 [ ].

Dobrot, L.A. (2007) The global war on terrorism: a religious war? Strategic Studies Institute [ ].

Durham, Jr., W. C. & Liggett, B. D. (2006) The Reaction to Islamic Terrorism and the Implications for Religious Freedom After September 11: A United States Perspective. Brigham Young University [ .]

Farr, T. (2008) World of Faith and Freedom. Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs

[*|Faith|Freedom ].

Hashmi, A.S. (September 2009) Terrorism, Religious Radicalism and Violence. Ian-Pakistan Dialog on Conflict and Solution and Peace Keeping

[ ].

Horst, R. (2009) Suicidal Terrorism and Alternatives: A Model of Economics and Religion. University of Maryland [ ]

Jones, J. (2008) Blood That Cries Out From the Earth. Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs  [* content/religion/ 9780195335972/toc.html ].

Jones,S. & Libicki, M. (2008) How Terrorist Groups End: Lessons for Encountering al-Qa’ida RAND Corp.

[ ].

Lynch, A., MacDonald, E. & Williams, G. (2007) Law and Liberty in the War on Terror. [ ].

Mendus, S. (2008) Religious Toleration in an Age of Terrorism. White Rose [ ].

Moeckli, D. (2008) Human Rights and Non-discrimination in the War on Terror Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs [ ].

Perkins, J.L. (2010) The Cost of Religious Delusion: Islam and Terrorism. [paper; 2010 Global Atheist Convention] [ ].

Praja, J. S. (2007) UNAFEI [paper] Islam, Globalization and Counter Terrorisms. [ ].

Royal Institute of International Affairs (2003) Living with the megapower: implications

of the war on terrorism.[report on a series of consultations held at Chatham House July 2002-July 2003] London: Royal Institute of International Affairs

[ ].

Sosis, R. & Alcorta, C.S. (2008) Militants and Martyrs: Evolutionary Perspectives on Religion and Terrorism. Department of Sociology and Anthropology Hebrew University of Jerusalem  [ Militants_and_Martyrs.pdf ].

Treverton, G.F. (et al.) (2005) Exploring Religious Conflict. RAND Corp. [ content/dam/rand/pubs/conf_ proceedings/2005/ RAND_CF211.pdf ].

Weissbrodt, D. (2008) The Human Rights of Non-citizens. Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs [* ]


Prime Journal Articles

Atess, H.: Towards a Distinctive Model? Reconciling the Views of Contemporary Muslim Thinkers on an Ideal State for Muslim Societies Religion, State and Society. (4, December 2003) pp.347-366.

Atran, S.: Mishandling suicide terrorism. The Washington Quarterly 27 (3, Summer 2004) pp.67-90 [ ].

Barnes, L. P.: Was the Northern Ireland Conflict Religious? Journal of Contemporary Religion 20 (1, January 2005) pp.5-69.

Barnidge, R.P.: War and peace: negotiating meaning in Islam.  Critical Studies on Terrorism 1 (2, 2008) pp.263-278.      

Beit-Hallahmi, B.: Ten Comments on Watching Closely the Gaps Between Beliefs and Actions. Terrorism and Political Violence 14 (1, Spring 2002) pp.123-144.

Benn, D. W.: Should we allow terrorists to terrify us? International Affairs 83 (5, September 2007) pp. 969-974.

Bhatia, A:. Discursive illusions in the American National Strategy for Combating Terrorism. Journal of Language and Politics 7 (2, June 2008), pp.201-227.

Bird, G., (et al.) International Terrorism: Causes, Consequences and Cures. The World Economy 31 (2, February 2008), pp.255-274.

Blair, T.: Faith in an Interdependent World. New Perspectives Quarterly 25, (4, Fall 2008) pp.30-32.

Brents, B.G. & Mshigeni, D.S.: Terrorism in Context: Race, Religion, Party, and Violent Conflict in Zanzibar. The American Sociologist  35 (2, Summer 2004), pp.60-74 [ ].

Buijs, F.: Muslims in the Netherlands: Social and Political Developments after 9/11. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies; 85, (3 March 2009), pp.421-438.

Burack, C.: God, gays and good-enough enemies. Psychoanalysis, Culture Society 14 (1, April 2009), pp.41-48

Debray, R.: God and the Political Planet. New Perspectives Quarterly, 25 (4, Fall 2008) pp.33-35.

De la Corte, L. & Gimenez-Salinas, A.: Motivos y procesos psicosociales que promueven la violencia y el terrorismo suicidas. [Motives and social psychological processes promoting suicide violence and terrorism]. Revista de Psicologia Social, 24, (2, May 2009),  pp. 217-240.

Dingley, J. & Kirk-Smith, M.: Symbolism and Sacrifice in Terrorism. Small Wars & Insurgencies, 13, (1, Spring 2002), pp. 102-128.

Dingley, J. & Mollica, M.: The Human Body as a Terrorist Weapon: Hunger Strikes and Suicide Bombers. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 30, (6, June 2007),  pp.459-492.

Habermas, J.: Notes on Post-Secular Society. New Perspectives Quarterly. 25,4, Fall 2008), pp.17-29.

Hamm, M. S.: Prison Islam in the Age of Sacred Terror. British Journal of Criminology 49 (5,September 2009), pp.667-785.

Hosking, G.: Terrorism and Trust. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 2 ,3, (2009), pp.482-496.

Iannaccone, L. & Berman, E.: Religious extremism: The good, the bad, and the deadly. Public Choice, 128, 1-2, July (2006), pp. 109-129.

Jackson, P.  I.: Measuring Muslim Integration in Europe. Democracy and Security, 5 ,3, (2009), pp.223-248.

Kadir S. Mapping Muslim politics in Southeast Asia after September 11. The Pacific Review, 17, 2, June (2004), pp. 199-222.

Kamran, T. Contextualizing Sectarian Militancy in Pakistan: A Case Study of Jhang. Journal of Islamic Studies, 20, 1, (6 January 2009), pp.55-85.

Kippenberg, H. G.: Searching for the Link between Religion and Violence by Means of the Thomas-Theorem. Method Theory in the Study of Religion, 22, (2-3 October 2010), pp.97-115.

Kruglanski, A. W. (et al.) Fully Committed: Suicide Bombers' Motivation and the Quest for Personal Significance. Political Psychology, 30, 3 (June 2009),  pp.331-357.

Lapshina, E.: The vulnerability of democracies. Foresight - The journal of future studies, strategic thinking and policy, 6, 4 (1 April 2004), pp. 218-222.

Larry, W.:  How Religion Shapes Economics. Marketplace of the Gods, 1, 9 (7 April 2010),  pp.161-183.

Lerner, N.: Do Religion and Human Rights Interact? International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, 15 ,2-3 ( September 2008), pp.408-411.

Liddle, J. R., Bush, L.S. & Shackelford, T.K. An introduction to evolutionary psychology and its application to suicide terrorism. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, (September 2010) [ ].

Mackerras, C.: Some Issues of Ethnic and Religious Identity among China's Islamic Peoples. Asian Ethnicity, 6 ,1 (February 2005), pp. 3-18.

Marshall, P. Religion and Terrorism: Misreading al Qaeda. Blind Spo,t 1 ,9 (1 February 2009), pp. 31-47.

Meer, N. & Modood, T.: Refutations of racism in the 'Muslim question'. Patterns of Prejudice, 43, 3-4 ( July 2009), pp. 335-354.

Miles, J.: Religion and American Foreign Policy. Survival, 46, 1 (2004),  pp. 23 -37.

Miller, G.: Confronting Terrorisms: Group Motivation and Successful State Policies.  Terrorism and Political Violence, 19 ,3 (September 2007), pp. 331-350.

Morgan, M.J.. The Origins of New Terrorism. Parameters, 34, (Spring 2004), pp. 29-43. [ ]

Nabers, D. & Patman, R.: September 11 and the rise of political fundamentalism in the Bush administration: domestic legitimatization versus international estrangement? Global Change, Peace Security, 20 ,2 ( June 2008), pp.169-183.

Nader, K. & Danieli, Y.: Cultural Issues in Terrorism and in Response to Terrorism Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 9, 3 ( 2005), pp. 399-410.

Piazza, J.A. & Walsh, J. I.: Transnational Terror and Human Rights. International Studies Quarterly, 53, 1 (March 2009), pp.125-148.

Rhoades, G. K. (et al.): Forgiving the September 11th terrorists: Associations with coping, psychological distress, and religiosity. Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 20, 2 (June 2007), pp. 109-128.

Robbins, T. & Hall, J. R.: New Religious Movements and Violence. Teaching New Religious Movements, 1 9 (1 June 2007), pp. 245-271.

Rowley, C.: Terrorist Attacks on Western Civilization. Public Choice, 128, 1-2 (July 2006), pp. 1- 6.

Sato N.: On the horns of the terrorist dilemma: Syrian Christians response to Israeli "Terrorism". History and Anthropology ,14,2 ( June 2003), pp. 141-155.

Schmid, A. P.: Frameworks for Conceptualising Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence ,16, 2 (April-June 2004), pp.197-221.

Schonteich, M.: The Emerging Threat? South Africa's Extreme Right. Terrorism and Political Violence, 16, 4 (October-December 2004), pp. 757-776.

Sedgwick, M.: Al-Qaeda and the Nature of Religious Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence, 16 ,4 (Winter 2004), pp.795-814[ 158222_1.pdf ].

Shattuck, J.: Religion, Rights, and Terrorism. Harvard Human Rights Journal, 16 (2003), pp.183-188 [ ].

Silberman, I., Higgins, E. & Dweck, C.S.: Religion and World Change: Violence and Terrorism versus Peace. Journal of Social Issues, 61,4  (December 2005),  pp.761-784.

Spector, S.: The Arab and Muslim Enemy. Evangelicals and Israel, 1, 9 (1 April 2009), pp.50-76 [* 9780195368024/acprof-9780195368024-chapter-4.html ].

Spencer, A.: Questioning the Concept of ‘New Terrorism’. Peace Conflict and Development, 8 (January 2006), pp. 1-33. [http://www.peacestudiesjournal. 20SPENCER%20version%202.pdf ].

Tan, E. K. B.: Norming “Moderation” in an “Iconic Target”: Public Policy and the Regulation of Religious Anxieties in Singapore. Terrorism and Political Violence, 19 ,4 (2007), pp. 443-462.

Tibi, B.: The Totalitarianism of Jihadist Islamism and its Challenge to Europe and to Islam. Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions, 8 ,1 (March 2007), pp. 35-54.

Tohidi, N.: Women's Rights in the Muslim World: the Universal-Particular Interplay Hawwa, 1 ,2 (17 July 2003), pp. 152-188.

Tucker, D.: What is New about the New Terrorism and How Dangerous is It?

Terrorism and Political Violence, 13 ,3 (Fall 2001),  pp.1-14.         

Venkatraman, A.: Religious Basis for Islamic Terrorism: The Quran and Its Interpretations.  Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 30, 3 ( March 2007),  pp. 229-248.

Weisbrod, B.: Fundamentalist violence: political violence and political religion in modern conflict. International Social Science Journal, 54 ,174 (December 2002), pp. 499-508.

Woods, J: The 9/11 effect: toward a social science of the terrorist threat. The Social Science Journal, (12 February 2011).

Yusuf, I.: The Southern Thailand Conflict and the Muslim World.  Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 27, 2 (August 2007), pp.219-339.

Zanca R.: Explaining Islam in Central Asia: an anthropological approach for Uzbekistan. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 24 ,1 (April 2004), pp.99-107.

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