Islamic State Practices, International Law and the Threat from Terrorism: A Critique of the 'Clash of Civilizations' in the New World Order
Hart Publishing, 7 iun. 2005 - 256 pagini
In the post '9/11' legal and political environment, Islam and Muslims have been associated with terrorism. Islamic civilization has increasingly been characterized as backward, insular, stagnant and unable to deal with the demands of the twenty first century and differences and schisms between Islam and the west are being perceived as monumental and insurmountable. '9/11' terrorist attacks have unfortunately provided vital ammunition to the critics of Islam and those who champion a 'clash of civilizations'.
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1 The Sources of Sharia and the Ethos of an Islamic Identity
2 The Sharia and Siyar in the Development of the Law of Nations
3 Conceptualising Terrorism in the International Legal Order
4 HostageTaking in International Law and Terrorism against Internationally Protected Persons
5 Aerial and Maritime Terrorism
6 Financing of International Terrorism
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