Violent Jihad and Beheadings in the Land of Al Fatoni Darussalam
AbstractThe early 2000s has seen a revival of the Patani resistance manifesting in a violent jihad and new forms of extreme violence never witnessed before in the century-long Southern Thailand conflict. Transported by neojihadism, this new energised generation of fighters is injecting new meaning to their struggle, re-identifying friends and foes, spreading terror in hearts and minds to control mental and physical spaces through the slashing of the body, all in the hope of establishing Al Fatoni Darussalam. This article examines the reflexive repositioning of the Patani struggle through the process of transference of neojihadism and its transformation into a glocalised violent jihad. View Full-Text
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Andre, V. Violent Jihad and Beheadings in the Land of Al Fatoni Darussalam. Religions 2015, 6, 1203-1216.
Andre V. Violent Jihad and Beheadings in the Land of Al Fatoni Darussalam. Religions. 2015; 6(4):1203-1216.Chicago/Turabian Style
Andre, Virginie. 2015. "Violent Jihad and Beheadings in the Land of Al Fatoni Darussalam." Religions 6, no. 4: 1203-1216.