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- Jihadist groups exist and will continue to attack domestic and foreign targets, particularly in Indonesia, but their tactics and ideology are a hard sell in current regional conditions, and they are unlikely to reach the critical mass that would threaten society or the state.
- We disaggregate between and within even the hardest-line movements throughout this report and recommend policymakers do the same. Click here to learn more.
- Jasser frequently writes and talks about the issue of political Islam. He's an active Republican who has supported the U.
- He can only hope that it happens in time.
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- The point of this article is to show that despite being a very difficult place in the world for the LGBTQ community, there is a glimmer of hope for a better future.
Since his release from prison in , Ag Alhousseini has openly practised as a qadi in the Timbuktu region — although the United Nations has accused him of helping facilitate jihadist attacks, using his reconciliation work with local government officials as a cover.
A better response to the appeal of violent, jihadist groups is to allow and protect a more pluralistic, inclusive religious space. One study counted of them in 14 countries in ; were in America.