International Conflict Analysis in South Asia: A Study of Sectarian Violence in Pakistan
By: Safeer Tariq Bhatti (author)Paperback
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International Conflict Analysis in South Asia: A Study of Sectarian Violence in Pakistan analyzes the ideological relationship of the Muslim identity to its perceived practice of Islam among the Shia and Deobandi sects. A Muslim identity, defined as the parameters of who is and who isn't a Muslim has led to the political conundrum of Pakistan to an anticipated single interpretation of Islam causing severe sectarian violence across the country. Sectarianism has been rooted in Pakistan's affairs since 1953, but most recently the country has been victimized by political and sectarian Islamic movements. The collective mobilization and propaganda campaigns of these movements have led exclusion of certain religious minorities and their practices. The study takes root in Punjab Pakistan among twenty seven interviews where the Deobandi sect and the Shia sect face severe fatalities and undefined conflict.
Safeer Tariq Bhatti, PhD, is a Lecturer at Florida International University Department of Politics & International Relations. He serves as the Chair of the Social Studies Department at IGeneration Academy. An expert Qualitative & Quantitative methodologist, Dr. Bhatti has traveled worldwide for his analyses of various research interests. Dr. Bhatti's current research is on South Asia, ethnic & sectarian conflict, interstate & intrastate conflicts and issues of international law and sovereignty.
Foreword Preface Introduction Introduction to Chapters Chapter 1: A Muslim Identity Chapter 2: A Muslim Identity Redefined Chapter 3: Kafirs Chapter 4: Kafirs Redefined Chapter 5: Anger Chapter 6: Anger: Part II Chapter 7: Language Chapter 8: Justice Chapter 9: Justice: Part II Chapter 10: Education Chapter 11: Education: Part II Chapter 12: Dialogue Chapter 13: Neutrality Chapter 14: Muslims of Pakistan Chapter 15: Muslims of Pakistan Redefined Chapter 16: Unity of all Sects Chapter 17: Blame Chapter 18: Mirzeha Chapter 19: Religio-Political Framework Chapter 20: A Religio-Political Identity Redefined Chapter 21: Quantitative Findings Chapter 22: Discussion Conclusion Appendix
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