What Is The Connection Between Religion And Terrorism

With the re emergence of religious motivations for terrorism over the last twenty odd years it would seem logical to accept some connection between religion and terrorism. This connection is a complex one. It focuses on the function that religion plays in legitimising violence. In this essay I will develop the current connection between religion…

IS ISLAMIC RELIGION A MOTIVATOR FOR TERRORISM ?

The overwhelming problem in the world today, everyone knows, is terrorism, where people in the name of religion kill each other, kill others just to go to heaven, and thinking only they will go to heaven.” ……. Introduction. The dynamics whereby religion becomes a motivator for terrorism is complex but highly understandable. What terrorists groups…

Radicalisation In UK Prisons

The grim picture of radicalisation in the UK.  The muslims have to think inclusive and stop these menaces of radicalisation in the UK.   All muslims must play a significant role to abolish these abuses in the name of religion. No one safe from this. No one Childs are safe – it is time that…

Clerics are brainwashing young Muslims to build an Islamic state in BRITAIN

RADICAL Muslim clerics are brainwashing impressionable youngsters with their extreme views in a bid to build an Islamic state in Britain. hat is the chilling warning from a recruit to a feared terrorist organisation who explained how he was radicalised in the UK. As a teenager, Adam Deen joined Al Muhajiroun, which threatens jihad on…

Almost 4,000 people referred to UK de radicalisation scheme

Almost 4,000 people were referred to the UK government’s flagship counter-terrorism scheme last year – nearly triple the figure in the previous year, and an average of 11 people a day. The rise in referrals, which came amid concerns over Britons returning to the UK from fighting in Syria, followed moves by the government that…

Sufism ; The Real Preaching of Islam in Indian Subcontinent

As millions of Bhaktas and devotees return from Ajmer to their native lands after a spiritual sojourn at the annual Urs at the shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti (1142-1236), the Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (Benefactor of the Poor) of millions across South Asia, they have a great challenge: to keep alive the spiritual heart green in…