Islamism in the shadow of al-Qaeda
Islamism in the shadow of al-Qaeda / François Burgat ; translated by Patrick Hutchinson.
Islamisme à l'heure d'Al-Qaida. English
|Main author:||Burgat, François.|
Table of Contents:
- Translator's note and acknowledgments
- The identity matrix of "Muslim-speak"
- From national struggle to the disillusionments of "recolonization" : the triple temporality of Islamism
- The Islamist field between national specificity and transnationalization
- Red Sea secrets or Islamism without colonization
- The brothers and the salafis : between modernization and literalism, with or without radicalization
- Islamic radicalization : between religious sectarianism and political counterviolence
- From Sayyid Qutb to Mohammed Atta : sectarianism or political counterviolence?
- From fears inherited to fears exploited : the war of representations
- Hard power and imposed reform : the illusions of the western response to Islamism
- Conclusion : against terrorism
- The absolute weapon?
- Appendix : the Islamists as seen by the West in 1992.