‘ISIS is not Islam’: epistemic Injustice, Everyday Religion, and Young Muslims’ Narrative Resistance
Powerful narratives that invoke religious concepts—jihad, Sharia, shahid, Caliphate, kuffar, and al-Qiyāmah—have accompanied jihadi violence but also inspired robust counter-narratives from Muslims. Taking a narrative criminological approach, we explore the rejection of religious extremism that emer...
The British journal of criminology
Year: 2020, Volume: 60, Issue: 6, Pages: 1585-1605
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