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The one relief that we ever get from radicalised ideologies is that their madness is often responded to with sanity. The same with what is now so pejoratively and erroneously termed ‘Islamic terrorism’, whose baggage usually includes suicidal terrorism and extremist ideologies. Fortunately, the sober analyses that have ensued credibly dissociate them from any religious underpinnings, attributing them instead to socio-political conditions and their ideological superstructures.
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