Communicating Islamic Fundamentalism as Global Citizenship

@inproceedings{Khatib2003CommunicatingIF,
  title={Communicating Islamic Fundamentalism as Global Citizenship},
  author={Lina Khatib},
  year={2003}
}
This article discusses Islamic fundamentalism as forming an imagined community functioning within and beyond the nation, and therefore communicating a local/global identity. Through the use of textual and network analysis, the article focuses on the Internet and its uses by various Islamic fundamentalist groups across the globe. The article argues that the Internet is used by the groups as a “portable homeland” that allows them to strengthen their global ties and communicate with one another… CONTINUE READING