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Al-Qaeda's female jihadists : the Islamist ideological view
Unlike their male counterparts, the status of women in radical Islamist ideology is not conducive for participation in the global jihad. Yet there has been a sharp increase in the number of female suicide bombers linked ...
Post-Elections Aceh: An Outlook for Peace and Security
With the national elections over and Partai Aceh securing an impressive win in the previously strifetorn province,, what does this mean for security in Aceh? Are there still separatist aspirations inspite of the peace ...
Sarkozy and the Burqa: A New Policy or Provocation?
French President Sarkozy’s recent remarks that the burqa is not welcomed in France have spurred many negative and even defensive responses from Muslims not only in France but also across the world. Why so?
Demystifying the Shariah Debate in Southeast Asia: A case study of Aceh
The passing of the Anti-Adultery Bill in Aceh has sparked concerns of growing intolerance and rigidity amongst Muslims in the country and that pluralism and human rights are being threatened. Such reactions may be unnecessarily ...