Bośniaccy muzułmanie (Boszniacy) w obliczu kryminogennego i radykalnego islamu na Bałkanach – przypadek Bośni i Hercegowiny
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The article entitled: Bosnian Muslims (Bosniaks) in the face of criminological and radical Islam in the Balkans – the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of two main parts. The first one contains considerations on the national-ethnic identity of the Bosnian Muslims. In the second part of the article placed on the analysis of the radical (fundamentalist and radical) Islam in the Balkans with a special focus on their activities in the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this part of the text I included information on the number of groups and organizations promoting radical Islam as an ideology of the Wahhabis. Generally the article attempts to unravel this complex and multidimensional Bosnian identity and mentality, which on the one hand, presents the exoticism of the Orient, but on the other hand, has an unquestionable south pedigree, which has been seriously overvalued as a result of wars and dangerous radical, ultra-conservative Islam.
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