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In the world many people in America see Islamic and western governments as opposite sides of a political collision course The book Islamic Threat Myth or reality by written by John l Esposito and published in 1992 by The Oxford University Press mainly discussed Middle Eastern history and many misconceptions that have and can lead to future problems The Middle Eastern history discussed in this book is very accurate in compassion to the course One of the main things Esposito discusses is the misuse of the word Islamic Fundamentalist Its misused because Islamic Fundamentalist refers to either someone who wants to bring back the fundamental beliefs of Islam or if you interoperate the Koran literally as the word of God An Islamic Fundamentalist is also a person who wished to replicate Islamic past To see it this way categorizes many fundamentalist in the wrong sense that people in the west use the word A lot of times people of the west use the word to mean people of organizations who are politically active extreme Fanatical a terrorist or Anti - American Most Islamic Fundamentalist are none of these Few individuals in the middle east whish to return to or replicate the past many people regarded as Islamic Fundamentalists are actually very modern Most of the views of the west towards the Middle East are clouded by their idea of Islamic Fundamentalist and Terrorism This book is also about the misunderstanding of Islamic Organizations Much of the recent spread of Islam is due to modern Islamic Organizations not Islamic Fundamentalists They have been focused on by western governments and Islamic government as well This is because the Islamic governments realize that some of them will do anything necessary to get what they want Most westerners see all of
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