The Jihadist ideology has destroyed the world from East to West. They have tried to implement Shariah Law. People use and abuse religion in order to create fear and anxiety within the victim. Counter Terrorism experts, as well as governmental departments, are fighting on many frontlines. There already exists Islamist ideology that challenges the writ of the governmental authority and other issues that have damaged the democratic values of the state like the right-wing terrorism and ethno-nationalist fundamentalism, such as in Spain and Italy. We are stuck between two world orders, Islamic and democratic world order. Both these powers have now been fighting each other for nearly half a century, from colonialism to political Islamic era till the 21st century when the world became a global village. Terrorists are using new technologies in relations to lure vulnerable people and the western youths are their easy target to recruit. We must apply the right tools to eliminate such ideology that corrupted millions of minds.
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About the Author
Mr. Noor Dahri is the Founder and Executive Director of Islamic Theology of Counter Terrorism- ITCT, a UK based Counter Islamist Terrorism Think Tank. Noor was born and raised in Pakistan. He was an active member of Lashkar -e-Taibah (LeT), a Jihadist organisation in Pakistan. Noor Dahri has also worked with the London Police department for the last seven years. He has studied Forensics and Criminal Psychology from Oxford – UK, Counter Terrorism from the University of Maryland – U.S.A and also studied Counter Terrorism from International Institute for Counter-Terrorism ICT- Israel. He is an independent researcher in Counter Islamist Terrorism and Islamist Extremism. Mr. Dahri has written many research articles on hot issues such as Counter Terrorism, Violent Extremism, De-Radicalisation and Israel-Palestine conflict which have been published in various newspapers. Noor has attended many events, conferences on the threat of Counter Terrorism and also visited many institutes and libraries. Noor is a Middle East Analyst at The Great Middle East and a regular contributor at the Times of Israel (Israel) and The Daily Times (Pak). He has appeared on numerous TV and Radio shows for his interviews. Noor is a first Pakistani, who has been officially invited to deliver his speeches at the International Institute for Counter Terrorism -ICT in Israel on the topic of “From Daw’ah To Jihad: Breaking the Radicalization. Mr. Noor is the fellow member of the Intelligence Community USA and a member of the security think tank Henry Jackson society UK. He regularly attends discussion-based events in the House of Commons and the House of Lords (UK Parliaments). He has visited many countries for his research work. Noor Dahri received a “Life Achievement Award Certificate” by Lord Frank Judd at The House of Lords- UK in 2017.
Table of Contents"Introduction Chapter 1 Radical and Extreme Ideology Ideological Factors Ethno -Nationalist Ideology What constitutes an act of Terrorism? Hateful Radicalisation Right Wing Extremism ISIS Ideology against the EU Human Rights Laws Mind Processing Is Religion a Factor of Terrorism? The Ideology of Martyrdom Radicalisation and Belief System Ethnic Discrimination Leads Radicalism Global Caliphatic Ideology Believe or Die Secular and Religious Radicalisation Secular vs Religious Ideology Radicalisation Processes Chapter 2 Global Jihadism Jihad, Al Qaeda and Radicalisation Extreme Islamic Ideology Vs Moderate Islamic Ideology Targets, Weapons and Tactics Terrorist Group Dynamics Contrast between Effectiveness and Impact of Terrorism Case study: What is the Strategic Logic of the Taliban? Case study: Al Qaeda in Afghanistan US War on Terror Policy in the Region The IS arrival in Khorasan Types of Terrorism and Ideologies of Terrorists Case Study: LeT (Lashkar -e- Toaba- Pakistan) Tactics (Weapons) Case Study: Boko Haram Hate Crime vs Terrorism Chapter 3 Suicide Terrorism, Rational or Irrational Rational or Irrational Root Causes Motivations Training&Recruitment Suicide Terrorism effects among victims Chapter 4 No Media -No Terrorism Chapter 5 The Threat of Islamic Extremism in the West The UK Parliament attack, Prevent Policy and the UK Muslims Responsibility Terror incident and Terrorist’s objectives UK’s Prevent Policy The British Muslim’s Role in society The Muslims Silence, an Evolution or a Solution of Extremism Terrorism has a Religion, Terrorism has a Religion The Ideological Roots of Terrorism Solutions within the Muslim Community Political Islamic Terrorism, a Real Threat to the West Bibliography Index "