Religious fundamentalism and terrorism
I. RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM
As Emerson (2006,128) said the fundamentalist describe any group that takes religion seriously or those who relagiously confident or who engage in any sort of action out of religious conviction. All the fundamentalism is religious. Many groups basic characteristics of religious fundamentalism(Appleby;Marty;2002,16). Fundamentalism didn’t attracts the poorest. They have jobless or poor followers, but mainly educated people are in the group (Appleyby,Marty, 2002;20). Riesebrodt (1993,9) defines fundamentalism as „an urban movement directed primarly against dissolution of personalistic, patriarchal notions of order and social relations and their replacement by depersonalized principles.” The fundamentalists are dedicated to change the world(Appleby,Marty;2002;21).
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