Category: Political Islam

Muslim Radicalisation: Where Does the Responsibility Rest?

Halim Rane, an Associate Professor of Griffith University argues that the problem of Muslim radicalisation is exaggerated and overrepresented in political, media and public discourses.

Neo-Islamism as an Emerging Phenomenon

New generations of political parties have emerged in the Middle East and North Africa recently, yet the terminology to describe these parties remains vague. We can categorise some of the new Islamist parties and see similarities in some of the new democratic movements, argues Tarek B Chamkhi.