Islamicist


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Is·la·mi·cist

 (ĭs-lä′mĭ-sĭst, ĭz-)
n.
1. A specialist in the study of Islam.
2. A member or supporter of an Islamic revivalist movement; an Islamist.

Islamicist

(ɪzˈlæmɪˌsɪst)
n
1. (Islam) a specialist in the study of Islam
2. (Islam) same as Islamist2
Translations

Islamicist

[ɪzˈlæmɪsɪst] Nislamista mf

Islamicist

nIslamist(in) m(f)
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The dominant idea is that if we concentrate on, somehow, defeating the radical Islamicist ideology, we can leave all of the messy, complicated behavioural stuff alone.
Every war since then has been framed in terms of demonized enemies who want nothing less than the destruction of the American way of life, whether that threat is from communism and the USSR during the Cold War or from Islamicist terrorism in the form of Sadam Hussein or ISIS.
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While making references to Bassam Tibi's idea of 'doing whatever it takes to reconcile Islam with modern values,' Kolig expresses the idea that ossified Islamicist principles constitute an obstacle for the freedom of speech.
Kenneth Cragg, a great Christian Islamicist, who lived long enough to become unfashionable, produced at the age of 90, the extraordinary book Faith in Their Pronouns: Websites of Identity.
Specifically, I found myself wanting to hear more about what is lost through the process of turning martyrdom into a comparatively meaningless abstraction and what happens when such an abstraction is pitted against an Islamicist conception of martyrdom through what Dailey calls a series of "contemporary representational contests" (9).
Islamicist terrorists have again shed American blood on American soil.
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Tehran's narrative right now is that the main threat facing West Asia, the West and civilization as a whole is Wahhabiism, the regressive fundamentalist Islamicist creed of Saudi Arabia.
His third novel, Plateforme, which centrally features a devastating Islamicist terror attack, was published a few days before September 11, 2001.
During those days, the US made an effort to engage with the new AK Party government, which was insisting it had "removed its Islamicist shirt.