“Islamism” in the West? The Life-Span of the Al-Muhajiroun in the United Kingdom

  title={“Islamism” in the West? The Life-Span of the Al-Muhajiroun in the United Kingdom},
  author={K. Connor},
  journal={Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs},
  pages={117 - 133}
  • K. Connor
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs
  • Abstract This paper explores the life-span of the Al-Muhajiroun organization and its public commentary on the plight of the Palestinian people. The paper will demonstrate how Al-Muhajiroun utilized localized conflicts in order to present a broader worldview. Although much of Al-Muhajiroun's commentary is related to specific conflicts, such as the Palestinian people's struggle with Israel, the organization's underlying doctrine was one of civilizational conflict. To Al-Muhajiroun, this concept… CONTINUE READING
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