Islamism (noun)

  1. A belief in the political and social application of Islam.
  2. An ideology that seeks to establish a theocratic Islamic state.
  3. A political movement that promotes the integration of Islamic principles in government and society.

Origin:

Derived from the arabic word "islam" meaning "submission to god".

Examples:

  1. The rise of islamism in the Middle East has led to increased tensions with western countries.
  2. Many young muslims are drawn to islamism as a way to combat the perceived injustices in their societies.
  3. The government's crackdown on islamism has led to widespread human rights abuses.
  4. Critics argue that islamism is not a monolithic ideology and should not be conflated with the actions of extremist groups.
  5. Some scholars argue that islamism is a response to the failure of secular nationalism movements in the Muslim world.
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