By Maleeha Aslam
First colonized and now dwelling below political oppression, experiencing marginalization, and feeling dejection and humiliation, many Muslim males in and outdoors Muslim nations haven't any possibilities to turn out themselves as "honorable" or perform "masculinity" in culturally prescribed methods. bothered and challenging, many flip to militant jihadist networks to accomplish self-actualization and heroism. Terrorist networks, appearing as surrogates to nationwide liberation and antiauthoritarian events, additional complicate those dynamics.
Maleeha Aslam argues that gender is a basic battleground on which al Qaeda, the Taliban, and their kinds needs to be defeated. problems with regressive radicalism, literalism, militancy, and terrorism can merely be solved via people-centered interventions. accordingly, governments and civil society should still advertise an alternate tradition of development, self-expression, and actualization for Muslim men.
To in attaining sustainable counterterrorism effects, Aslam recommends emphasizing masculine behaviour in the context of Muslim culture and increasing the scope of required interventions past these limited to Islam. The publication additionally contains empirical info from a pilot learn performed on Pakistani Muslim masculinities.
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