The role of religion in contemporary radical groups

The role of religion in contemporary radical groups


  • Tinatin Karosanidze



Contemporary Islamist radical groups are increasingly turning to religious narratives in their ideology and tactics. The ideology of these groups is based on both the Sunni and Shiite currents of Islam. This wuestions are analyzed in the article.


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ჯაფარიძე გ., კარლო კუცია, მეგი მეტრეველი, გიორგი სანიკიძე, მიხეილ სვანიძე, გოჩა ჯაფარიძე, (1999): ისლამი, ენციკლოპედიური ცნობარი, რედ. გრიგოლ ბერაძე, გამომცემლობა "ნეკერი", თბილისი

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Karosanidze, T. (2023). The role of religion in contemporary radical groups. Language and Culture.