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|Publisher:||Formal Press. Media XXI|
|Citation:||TOMÉ, Luis (2015). Introduction. In TOMÉ, Luis (Ed.) (2015). “Islamic State” – the new global jihadist phenomenon. Lisboa: Formalpress/Media XXI. (pp. 9-18)|
|Abstract:||The self -proclaimed "Islamic State" (IS) is a terrorist jihadist entity also known for its previous designations ISIL/ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant/ash-Sham) or DAESH (Dawlah al-Islamiyah fil Iraq wa ash-Sham). Just like al-Qaeda (AQ) , theIS is based on Salafist-jihadist ideology (al-salafiyya al-jihadiyya), a puritanical branch of the Sunni Islam that wants the Islamic community to return to "pure" ancestral practices, making a clear separation between "true believers" and "unbelievers" considered to be "infidels".|
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