Over the last few decades and particularly since '9/11', Islamism has become a major actor in international relations with the rise of a wide variety of movements. There is however still a profound ignorance as to the differences between them and their internal dynamics. The case of the Palestinian Hamas is a particularly good example because it is one of the most renowned and influential Islamist movements globally—despite the very confined geographical space it operates in. And yet, it i...Expand abstract
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The internal conversation of Hamas: Salafism and the rise of the 'Ulama'
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