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dc.contributor.advisorDočkal, Jan,
dc.contributor.authorKnězek, Tomáš
dc.description.abstractI wrote this project about the new phenomenon, which is called an international terrorism. There are several moments in which it can start - national revolutions in 50’s and 60’s, Arabian wars against Israel in 60’s and 70’s, Islamic revolutions and contra-revolutions, communist revolutions or an attack on WTC in 2001. I can’t tell when does it start, but all these accidents influenced it. My interest focused on Islamic terrorist groups in my project. I describe terrorists and Islam separately, than I connect it together trying to show the roots of Islam terrorism. Finally, in the last part, my purpose is simple - to show how the situation can be changed - prevention, persecution, perception or changing the government. There is a chance for the dialog between our religions now and we must use it to try to stop the violence. It’s the best way how to settle up current bad situation. It will take a long time but announcing tolerance instead of hatred is the only way.en_US
dc.titleTerorismus a islámský bojcs_CZ
dc.typeBakalářská prácecs_CZ
dc.description.facultyEvangelická teologická fakultacs_CZ

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