Monday, February 9, 2015

Worldviews at Odds with One Another

Islamic Extremism

"Islamic extremism is driven by a totalitarian interpretation of Islam that believes in a global Islamic state."          

"Islamic extremism is driven by an interpretation of Islam that believes that Islamic law, or sharia, is an all-encompassing religious-political system. Since it is believed to be proscribed by Allah (Arabic for “God”) sharia must be enforced in the public sphere by a global Islamic state. As such, Islamic extremists consider it to be the only truly legitimate form of governance and reject democracy and human rights values."  BY RYAN MAURO

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