The Implications of "Martyrdom Operations" for Contemporary Islam

Journal of Religious Ethics 32 (1):129 - 151 (2004)
This article explores the implications of the prevalence of suicide attacks or 'martyrdom operations' in contemporary Islam. Historical and legal precedents from Islam and Christianity are adduced for the analysis and placed within the context of radical Islam
Keywords martyrdom  September 11  suicide attack  radical Islam
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DOI 10.2307/40018157
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