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* Albert Scardino [https://www.theguardian.com/world/2005/feb/04/usa.religion 1-0 in the propaganda war] The guardian, 4 February 2005.
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*https://lobelog.com/laying-the-islamist-bogeyman-to-rest/
 
*Salman Sayyid, (2015). ''A fundamental fear: Eurocentrism and the emergence of Islamism''. Zed Books Ltd.
 
*Salman Sayyid, (2015). ''A fundamental fear: Eurocentrism and the emergence of Islamism''. Zed Books Ltd.
 
*Blake Smith, [https://quillette.com/2018/02/11/say-islamism-stop/ Why We Say ‘Islamism’ and Why We Should Stop], ''Quillette''. 11 February 2018
 
*Blake Smith, [https://quillette.com/2018/02/11/say-islamism-stop/ Why We Say ‘Islamism’ and Why We Should Stop], ''Quillette''. 11 February 2018
 
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Islamism (and the associated Islamist) are terms that are used very widely in contemporary discourse.



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