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This paper examines Islamist identity in Turkey as compared to elsewhere in the Arab world. The paper begins with a classification of Islamic social movements, their structure and objectives. The paper then examines the prevalence of radical Islamic groups and their impact of modernism.
From the Paper:"Graham E Fuller makes the case that Islamist Movements are arrayed along a continuum from the moderate to the radical. The oppressive Taliban of Afghanistan and the Algerian Armed Islamist Group are seen by Fuller as lying at one fanatic..."
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