Understanding Islamist Extremism

Understanding Islamist Extremism

Islamic extremism is driven by a totalitarian interpretation of Islam that believes in a global Islamic state.
Get the basics from Clarion Project analyst Ryan Mauro.

What is Islamic Extremism?

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.

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