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The Call of Jihad

 
Jagdish P. Sharma (Author)
Synopsis The resurgence of militant Islam highlighted by the massive terrorist attacks in New York and Washington on September 11, 2001 is a far more complex and dangerous phenomenon than is often suggested by the analysts who reduce these developments to no more than an intensification of the role of religion. The recent terrorist attacks on New York and Washington have highlighted the problem in its most brutal manifestation. The Call of Jihad is an attempt to understand the socio-economic-political roots and varieties of terrorism or militancy in West Asian and Arab-African states and their regional and international implications.
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About the author

Jagdish P. Sharma

Dr. Jagdish P. Sharma teaches in the Department of African Studies, University of Delhi and has written several books on contemporary history and international affairs. He has specialized in Afro-Arab and Asian Affairs. This is reflected in his writings of books and in professional journals and newspapers. He has to his credit a number of books which include the Arab Mind: A Study of Egypt, Arab Unity and the World (1990), World History: New Horizons (1993), Vishwa Itihas, Vol. I and II (Hindi, 1995), Nehru and the People’s Movement (Ed., 1995), Peace Policy of Nations: Egypt, Palestine and India (1995), Shanti Neeti ka Antarrashtriya Swarup: Pashchim Asia ke Sandarbha Mein (Hindi, 1995), The Call for Jihad, Foreign Policy Challenges: India and the Afro-Arab World, United Nations, India and the New World Order (Ed., 203), and others.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Call of Jihad
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8179750256
length 134p., 23cm