Radical Islams Rules.pdf

Radical Islams Rules

A major feature of the rise of Islamism in the Middle East, Asia, Africa and parts of the West is the rapid growth of a starkly repressive version of Islamic sharia law, often fueled by funds and support from Saudi Arabia. The central purpose of Islamists, including terrorists, is to impose such law in all Muslim lands, and then throughout the world in a new Caliphate. Despite its importance, this worldwide growth of extreme sharia is under-documented and little understood. By a comparative study over the last twenty-five years of Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan, Sudan, Nigeria, Malaysia, and Indonesia, this book shows its terrible effects on human rights, especially the status of women and religious freedom, of Muslims as well as religious minorities, and on democracy itself. It also shows that such laws are a direct threat to the American interest of advancing democracy and human rights, that the United States lacks a policy for dealing with the spread of extreme sharia, and concludes with policy recommendations for the United States regarding specific countries confronting extreme sharia.

17 Nov 2015 ... One viral image points to Japan as an example of a country that keeps out radical Islam by cracking down on all ... government is of the opinion that Muslims are fundamentalist, and unwilling to change their Muslim laws". 28 Jan 2020 ... B9‑0087/2020. Motion for a European Parliament resolution on foreign funding of radical Islam in Europe. The European Parliament,. – having regard to Rule 143 of its Rules of Procedure,. A. whereas Saudi Arabia has ...

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