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Austrian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Issue 1-2/2015

“Islamic fundamentalism” as exacerbating international relations

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/AJH-15-1.2-174-179

Pages: 174 - 179

Authors: Boboуоrov B. N.

Abstract: This article deseribes the guestions of the ethimology of religions extrimizm and fundamentalism, threats and consegumces for prospects of the democratic society to eliminate them as well as problems of the secular state, and religions relations, youth education (growing up) in the spirit of pan-human values and culture.

Keywords: Religions extrimizm, fundamentalism, reducal ethnic groups, religions authourities, disturbances, innovations of theology, haos, faith, trust, sharia, fatwa, jihat.

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