TITLE

TERORISM ISLAMIST HOMEGROWN SAU VIOLENÈšA CA MODALITATE DE EXORCIZARE A ALTERITÄ‚ÈšII (studiu de caz)

AUTHOR(S)
IVAN, Cristina
PUB. DATE
March 2014
SOURCE
Univers Strategic;2014, Issue 1, p213
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers a short x-ray of homegrown extremist islamist terrorsim, as outlined by two relevant casestudies. The aim of the author is to highlight the type of response the second generation of migrants, partially integrated in the Western environment, generate towards the jihadist ideology.
ACCESSION #
96322259

 

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