The ideologies behind radical Islamic movements that resort to militant or terrorist acts in an effort to force pure Islamic law on others. Also the development of these ideologies and how they differ from modern and traditional Islam.

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Christian Science Monitor: The Tenets of Terror
The ideology of jihad and the rise of Islamic militancy. List of Islamic extremist groups [PDF] and links. (October 18, 2001)
Jammu-Kashmir.com: The Command of War in Islam
Khalida Adeeb writes about people who wage war against their supposed enemies and justify these actions by citing those Quranic verses, yet there are clear reasons why their fighting does not fall into the category of jehad fi Sabilillah (in the name of God). (August 04, 2000)
Jammu-Kashmir.com: Understanding Jihad
Farida Khanam explains the Arabic meaning and the Islamic connotations of the word. (July 04, 2000)
Jammu-Kashmir.com: Religion of the Jahiliya: Jihadism is Kufr, not Islam
Sultan Shaheen discusses the emergence of a new religion, similar to pre-Islamic Jahiliya, in Pakistan and practiced by the Taliban which has as a basic tenet that all non-Jihadists are kafir and deserve to be killed. (August 01, 1999)
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