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Radical Islam/Emmanuel Sivan

Radical Islam: Medieval Theology and Modern Politics by Emmanuel Sivan.
I've mentioned this book a few times before; it's basically the single most useful source on the topic I've encountered so far. Sivan has compiled a history of Islamism from published books, pamphlets, newsletters, letters from prison, police interrogations, issued statements, etc., of leading theorists as well as of foot soldiers. Almost none of this stuff is available in English, so this book is invaluable.


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