What is religious radicalism?
We use the term religious radicalization for three reasons. First, the term serves a descriptive function: in our study context, individuals express extremist attitudes and behavior toward individuals on the basis of their religious affiliation. Second, the term refers to the origin of the justification for violence.
What were the basic religious beliefs?
Rajaei (1, 20, 23) mentioned three basic religious beliefs: Human being (self and others), Existence, and God. Although there are many studies about the relationship between religiosity, spirituality and mental health, there is little research on religion itself and the relationship between religiosity and personality.
What causes Radicalisation?
The many causes of radicalisation include economic, social, political, psychological, historical and ideological conditions that provide both the context and the driving forces that lead individuals and groups to become radicalized.
What is the ideology of radicals?
Radical politics denotes the intent to transform or replace the fundamental principles of a society or political system, often through social change, structural change, revolution or radical reform. The process of adopting radical views is termed radicalisation.
What religions dont believe in god?
An atheist doesn’t believe in a god or divine being. The word originates with the Greek atheos, which is built from the roots a- (“without”) and theos (“a god”). Atheism is the doctrine or belief that there is no god. However, an agnostic neither believes nor disbelieves in a god or religious doctrine.
What are the dangers of radicalisation?
How can I tell if someone is at risk of radicalisation?
- Isolating themselves from family and friends.
- Talking as if from a script.
- Unwillingness to discuss their views or refusing to listen to different points of view.
- A sudden disrespectful attitude towards others.