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Tuesday, 30 June 2015
Religious Schools, Ideology and Terrorism
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by Samir Yousif (July 2015)


Introduction

Is it possible that a man commits suicide without being aware of what he is doing? How can we conceive what perspective, hopes and goals he wishes to accomplish by committing such an act? In this context the subject of our examination is a young healthy man, or maybe a woman. In our previous work "Religious Indoctrination,"[1] the issue of creating terrorists through family indoctrination was presented. This kind of scenario is found with Muslim families in Western societies where the parents play the central role of religious indoctrination due to the absence of well establish social institutions that take care of such religious indoctrination. In both Asia and  Africa it is crystal clear that Islamic Religious Schools were established with the basic aim of spreading terrorism through education. These Schools are scattered internationally and are well-financed and attract generations of young men from the surrounding poor and mostly illiterate Muslim communities.[2] It is of great interest to note that all these schools adopt the Sunni version of Islam, and to be more specific, they aim at spreading the Wahhabi doctrine.[3]  more>>>

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Posted on 06/30/2015 9:36 AM by NER
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7 Sep 2015
Send an emailSamir Yousif
I was positively surprised by a Note written by Thomas L. Friedman in the The Opinion Pages,(appears in print on September 2, 2015, on page A25 of the New York edition with the headline: Our Radical Islamic BFF). His argument enhances very strongly the theme of my present Work and points out how Saudi Arabia spreads terrorism Read the following: "But the fact remains that Saudi Arabia’s export of Wahhabi puritanical Islam has been one of the worst things to happen to Muslim and Arab pluralism — pluralism of religious thought, gender and education — in the last century." go to the following link: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/02/opinion/thomas-friedman-our-radical-islamic-bff-saudi-arabia.html?_r=0

8 Dec 2015
Send an emailSamir Yousif
German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel on Sunday (06.12.2015) said Saudi Arabia must stop financing fundamentalist mosques abroad which are accused of breeding extremism. This statement confirms the arguments stated in all my papers published in the New English Review.

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