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Ous framework emerging over the ast three decades and positions himself between orthodox and critical research paradigms to move beyond
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As Al Aeda And Al aeda and State or domestic trends involving young British Muslims willing to use violence. Analysing the involvement of a small but not insignificant number of British Muslims in a series of conflicts since the early 1990s this book interrogates and develops understandings
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