TITLE

SOCIO ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES OF TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN AND THE MADRASSA (MOSQUE) STUDENTS

AUTHOR(S)
Kazmi, S. Farhana; Pervez, Tahir
PUB. DATE
March 2011
SOURCE
International Journal of Academic Research;Mar2011, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p578
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Present study aims at to analyze the socio economic and cultural perspective of terrorism in Pakistan with specific reference to the institution of madrassa. The role of madrassas was transformed into hub of terrorism and militancy by global players. How these innocent were exploited and transformed in to terrorist? As a result, the whole world has developed specific hate and anger towards this pity generation. The rise and fall of these militants groups is a very complex psycho- social phenomenon, which needs deliberate and committed efforts to explore by the Pakistani social scientists. The study is an Endeavour to dilate this phenomenon, that how the simple fundamentalist but deprived youth was transformed in to lethal warriors/terrorists. The dynamics of Militants is associated with their strong faith, and fundamentalist attitude, as well as accumulated frustration, present in their archetype. NGOs and the Govt organizations are needed to search effective stance and viable options to eliminate militancy and the probable breeding spaces from the civil society.
ACCESSION #
67767630

 

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