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L'Islam face a l'Occident: un heurt des civilisations?

ROMAIN YAKEMTCHOUK
Rivista di Studi Politici Internazionali
Nuova Serie, Vol. 76, No. 1 (301) (Gennaio-Marzo 2009), pp. 24-58
Published by: Maria Grazia Melchionni
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42740779
Page Count: 35
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Abstract

Since the Iranian Revolution and the tragic events on September 2001, the world is shattered by the radical Bin Laden movement who recommends the establishment of a global Islamic order based on the strict interpretation of Quran, and motivates the terrorist activities against the Western countries. Some thinks that the next world war, if there is one, will be a war between civilizations. Is the Islamic threat myth or reality? Naturally, most of the terrorists are Muslims, but all Muslims are not terrorists. The radical fundamentalism is considered by a wide range of Islamic countries as an impending danger, and at the same time, the Islamic world is politically profoundly divided: there are powerful forces toward integration of both civilizations who share common cultural values. Depuis la Révolution iranienne et les tragiques événements du 11 septembre 2001, le mouvement radical de Ben Laden est devenu un facteur important de la vie internationale: il prône l'établissement d'un ordre islamique mondial fondé sur une stricte interprétation du Coran, et encourage les activités terroristes contre les Occidentaux. La menace islamiste est-elle un mythe ou une réalité? Si la plupart des terroristes sont des musulmans, tous les musulmans ne sont pas des terroristes. Le fondamentalisme radical est considéré par la plupart des pays islamiques comme un danger virtuel, mais en même temps le monde de l'Islam reste politiquement profondément divisé. Les esprits éclairés demandent le rapprochement des civilisations islamiste et occidentale, lesquelles se réclament des valeurs culturelles communes.

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