Extremism in the Islamic Country and Its Relationship with the International Policy

  •  Mohammed Sabbar Taha    
  •  Abdull Rahman Mahmood    
  •  Jaffary Awang    
  •  Ahmad Munawar Ismail    
  •  Mohammed Abdulhameed Sleibi    


Extremism is one of themes that do not comply with all the established beliefs and healthy ideas because man is naturally built on moderation, and not extremism or militancy. The human communities are constituted throughout cooperation to keep the sustainability of life. The extremism happening today, particularly in Islamic countries, is only a result of internal reasons within Muslim societies, and the relationship of the dominant international policies on the capabilities of the peoples. In turn, this led to stick extremism to the Islamic approach and religion, because of the docility of some ignorant people of what is being plotted by those countries' policies and the shortening of some leaders of this matter in general. The present study has used the descriptive analytical approach to these issues. It concludes that there are negative reasons within Islamic countries, such as ignorance, economic and social aspects, Internet channels, some scientists' shortage in the preaching side, and the major role of the international politics in fomenting and supporting extremism in these countries. This role is represented in the unlawful interference, military support, and law legislation which are not suitable with the provisions of the Islamic religion that rejects all kinds of extremism through its legislation used from generation to generation.

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