Islamist Networks: The Afghan-Pakistan Connection

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Hurst, 2004 - Islam and politics - 88 pages
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This book is concerned with those movements, based in Pakistan and Central Asia,which advocate the establishment, by armed struggle if necessary, of an Islamic state within an existing state, or of a supranational Caliphate. The latter, while forming part of transnational networks of solidarity and militancy, like those of Bin Laden, would also operate beyond those geographicalregions.

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