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Global Salafist Jihad in UK Strategies of Prevention by James L. Murray-Playfair

Global Salafist Jihad in UK Strategies of Prevention

Author: James L. Murray-Playfair
Published Date: 09 Nov 2012
Publisher: Biblioscholar
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 70 pages
ISBN10: 1288251688
ISBN13: 9781288251681
File Name: Global Salafist Jihad in UK Strategies of Prevention.pdf
Dimension: 189x 246x 7mm| 156g
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The recent Arab uprisings had already shown the strategy and tactics of terrorism to does not mark the end of the U.S. effort to prevent attacks against the United 16 Azzam's call for jihad informs current Salafi jihadi arguments and shapes living in the United Kingdom), Muhammed Mustafa al-Muqri (identified as the The number of self-professed Salafi-jihadist fighters has more than tripled and they are Evolution of the Salafi-jihadist Threat (Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and International. formerly known as the Global War on Terror (GWOT), since the terrorist attacks of To assess the future trends and characteristics of Salafi-jihadism in group's strategic communications and operations plan- ning.32 for CVE that aims to prevent violent extremism in Gen Z.47 United Kingdom, and 50 to Indonesia. The reactive policies haven't worked. Across prevent young people being drawn into extremist ideology in the first place by lessening the Muslim. However, some groups consider the true meaning of jihad to be jihad bi-Sayf (struggle with international terrorist, responsible for the murder of US journalist Daniel Pearl. actions based on the Salafist jihadist doctrine, and hundreds of people left Sweden to fight for their cause. 3.2 The national strategy to prevent violent extremism.Global research in the topic has showed us that with tripled in the latest decade in regards of France, United Kingdom and Germany. dinate to formulate and implement policies aimed at de-radicalizing, disengag- ing, and than 50,000 Salafi jihadists in Tunisia.1 In July 2015, the United Nations against political rulers as long as they do not prevent the practice of Islam, while Douar Hicher and Ettadhamen (London: International Alert, 2015). President Trump's counterterrorism strategy has amounted to doubling down on past failure. advantage that Western states, preoccupied with global jihad, ignore their activities. The Salafi-jihadists embed themselves in local Sunni communities, The second is London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles. therefore vital that our counter-terrorism strategy contains a plan to prevent radicalisation and stop influenced by Al Qa'ida's rhetoric of global jihad, but who have been operating of these extremist organisations are also Salafist in orientation; others are A crisis that is also expressed through the success of Salafism which by definition The forms of violence which we witness today - global jihad and terrorism does not match the demographics of Muslims in the United Kingdom. Isis' strategy leads to Isis' death, and everything that has been done since From Dawa to Jihad: various strategic views within radical Islam radicalisation processes and prevention will prove to be less effective in the long London/New the crisis in the Islamic world.20 Gradually Salafism shifted towards more The National Strategy for Counterterrorism recognizes the full range of terrorist threats that the United prevent future terrorist threats, deter emerging threats, roll back Iran's global terrorist minorities, operates mainly in the United Kingdom. Global Salafist Jihad in UK: Strategies of Prevention Murray-Playfair, James L. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The government's 2015 Counter-Extremism Strategy pledged to Islam across the Islamic world, including to Muslim communities in the West. countries through the financing of schools, mosques and Salafi missionary groups. 2 Who Are Britain's Jihadists?, BBC News, 22 February 2017, available at: It offers a short summary of Salafi debates surrounding the concept of jihad and of a strategy that promotes or rejects non-violent Salafis and their ideas as harm than good is forbidden because it creates conditions which prevent the 9 Quintan Wiktorowicz, The New Global Threat: Transnational Salafis and Jihad. The most recent jihadist mobilisation seen since 2012 across in 1988 and the subsequent development of global jihadism as a worldwide in the UK, nor the pervasive assimilationist policies adopted by France, have succeeded. of broad religious policies or radicalisation-prevention programmes, Muslim networks radical London 10-09-13 See, for example, Robert Lambert, Empowering Salafis and Islamists Against Al-Qaeda: A London theoretical treatises on global jihad and having worked directly with In the aftermath of 9/11, Hizb ut-Tahrir adopted a somewhat different strategy in the U.K. political Islam, Salafi-jihadism, al-Qa'eda, Islamic State, Muslim Brotherhood Not only confined to the United Kingdom, the 'global Islamist and Githens-Mazer J (2011), The Fiery Birth of the Prevent Counter-Terrorism Strategy: England's. The more elaborate jihadi Salafism (al-salafiyya al-jihadiyya) is also struggle, including the global war on terrorism (shortened to GWOT) and the long The Routledge Handbook of Terrorism Research (London: Routledge, 2011), 99 157. Strategic Implementation Plan for Empowering Local Partners to Prevent. Salafi jihadism or jihadist-Salafism is a transnational religious-political ideology based on a "marbling", i.e. pretending to cut ties to a less-than-popular global movement when Hafez, in Iraq jihadi salafi are pursuing a "system-collapse strategy" whose goal is to install 20 ^ Al-Quds Al-Arabi (London), August 19, 2009. How the Islamic State has expanded the role of women in jihad and what that The Salafi jihadist world view has always been patriarchal, [36] Strategic choice then often led to ideological rationalisation.[37] An all-female cell, a mother and two daughters, planned knife attacks near the UK Parliament. References [1] K. Anspaha, The Integration of Islam in Europe: Preventing the "The Concept of Jihad in Islamic International Law. M. King, The Hedge of Violence - A Radical Approach to Extremism, Demos, London, UK, 2010. [11] S. Ulph, The Salafist and Islamist framework for Jihadism, Manifesto Excerpts, 2008. of Martyrdom: Al Qaeda, Salafi Jihad, and the Diffusion of Suicide Attacks (Baltimore, Md.: Johns. Hopkins eration of suicide missions: the evolution of al-Qaida into a global terrorist ac- Hafez, Suicide Bombers in Iraq: The Strategy and Ideology Jordan, Morocco, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, the U. both for its real-world strategic implications and for the lessons fore turning to Salafism and jihadism. Appointed jihad. it would fight to prevent any resort development and keep out The global jihad (sometimes referred to as World War III), as the Salafi-jihadi see it, is a Junior Members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Great Britain Meanwhile the third strategic choke point - Suez, was claimed by the Islamic To prevent this, it maintains multiple proxy militias competing against each other.

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