Radicalization Is Deradicalization and Deradicalization Is Radicalization
So if one was to examine the differences of thought existing in Islamic circles versus that of those in more Western circles who encompass Western values, philosophies and principles. Then the perceptions would garner a different result depending on circumstances of each individual whether they be suspected of terrorism related offenses or conspiracy to commit a terrorism related offense. However the word terrorism is a broad statement made by officials who label things that aren’t in line with the status quo. But the word used to describe terrorism which is by definition:
“The Unlawful Use Of Violence and Intimidation, Especially Against Civilians, In The Pursuit Of Political Aims.
But the unreformed religion of Islam consistently takes the above definition and applies it to every second or fourth verse in the Quran. The strange thing about the Quran is that for every peaceful passage there is a violent passage that contradictions the peaceful passage then the cycle repeats itself.
Deradicalization Is Radicalization
Deradicalization from the perspective of a faux moderate or an Islamist would be considered a form of radicalization from the perspective of a non Muslim or a true “non faux” moderate Muslim. Who embraces Western values, philosophies and principles on top of certain aspects of Islamic values which are peaceful and nonviolent.
Radicalization Is Deradicalization
Radicalization from the perspective of a non Muslim or a true “non faux” moderate Muslim would be considered a form of deradicalization from the perspective of a faux moderate or an Islamist. Who embraces Islamic values on top of certain aspects of the doctrine of armed jihad. Which means that the contradictory beliefs of faux moderates and Islamists stand to create more radicals rather than less.