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Book · January 2013 with 84 Reads. DOI: 1. 324/9780203103241. Cite this publication. The strategy of some state programs for de-radicalization, in particular the deradicalization program in Saudi Arabia, were tested and the importance of unique adaptation to these programs was identified. The paper also examines the relevance of ideology and life skills training as a part of the deradicalization program in prisons. Islamism and violent extremism require complete multi-disciplinary analysis to truly understand their causes. Such an analysis necessitates delving into history to appreciate that violent extremism is not a new phenomenon and not exclusive to Islam or Muslims.
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El-Said, Hamed, and Jane Harrigan. Deradicalising Violent Extremists: on and Deradicalization Programmes and Their Impact in Muslim Majority States. Gøtzsche-Astrup, Oluf. Cite this chapter as: Mansouri . Keskin Z. (2019) Introduction: Framing the Debate Around Islamic Theology, Radicalisation and Violent Extremism. In: Mansouri . (eds) Contesting the Theological Foundations of Islamism and Violent Extremism. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
De-Radicalising Islamists: Programmes and their Impact in Muslim Majority States. Developments in Radicalisation and Political Violence. Developments in Radicalisation and Political Violence is a series of papers published by the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence (ICSR).
Deradicalising Violent Extremists: Counter Radicalisation and rammes and their Impact in Muslim Majority States, London, Routledge, 340 pages. Professor Jane Harrigan contributed two chapters & co-authored a third). Introduction,’ in El-Said, Hamed and Harrigan, Jane, Globalisation, Democratisation and radicalisation in the Arab World, Palgrave McMillan. Radicalisation and Extremism that Lead to Terrorism in the Arab World,’ in El-Said, Hamed and Harrigan, Jane, Globalisation, Democratisation and Radicalisation in the Arab World, Palgrave McMillan.
El-Said, De-Radicalising Islamists: Programmes and their Impact in Muslim Majority States, Developments in Radicalisation and Political Violence, International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence (ICSR), London, 2012. H. El-Said – J. Harrigan, Globalisation. Democratisation and Radicalisation in the Arab Word, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2011.
Hamed El-Said investigates Counter-de-Rad programmes in Muslim majority and Muslim minority states
Hamed El-Said investigates Counter-de-Rad programmes in Muslim majority and Muslim minority states. This multifaceted book provides a new approach to evaluate Counter-de-Rad Programmes and develops a holistic framework which will allow policy-makers and practitioners to design and effectively implement and assess such programmes in the future. Format Paperback 302 pages
Terrorism remains one of the major threats facing the world community. While literature on the subject is dominated by discussion of the factors leading individuals and groups to join violent extremist, terrorist groups, the question of what can lead them to disengage from such groups is an equally important one. This book is the first study to provide a detailed analysis of both counter-radicalization and deradicalization programmes in eight Muslim-majority states, representing hitherto one of the largest, detailed, and most systematic inventory of such programmes in the world.
Drawing on detailed case-studies from a number of countries, the book:traces the historical evolution of violent extremist groups and individuals in each country case study, including the period before independence; describes in detail states’ response to this phenomenon in each period; provides important empirical analyses for counter-and-deradicalization policies and programmes based on extensive fieldwork and interviews with state officials, former radicals, and members of civil society organizations in each country; provides a first systematic evaluation of the effectiveness and success of these programmes and policies; focuses simultaneously on factors that have led to deradicalization at an individual or organizational level, and on the macro environment, both external-global and internal, that encourages counter-radicalization and deradicalization of groups and individuals.
The detailed comparative analyses allow the reader to identify conditions, both internal and external, which are conducive to both success and failure of counter-radicalization and deradicalization programmes, and the authors identify best practice and provide policy implications for states facing threats from violent extremism, as well as for international institutions and organizations working in the field of counter-terrorism.
Author: Jane Harrigan,Hamed El-Said
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 17, 2012)
Pages: 288 pages
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