Significant differences exist between the Islamic revivalist movements looking to cultural and spiritual renewal that have swept Southeast Asia in recent years and transnational terrorist networks. Straddling these two extremes are political parties and groups seeking greater autonomy or secession of predominantly Islamic regions.
Research Article| November 01 2002
Political Islam in Southeast Asia
Scott B. MacDonald;
Current History (2002) 101 (658): 388–392.
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Scott B. MacDonald, Jonathan Lemco; Political Islam in Southeast Asia. Current History 1 November 2002; 101 (658): 388–392. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2002.101.658.388
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