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All the approaches see eye to eye with the contention that radicalism and institutionalization are consequences of protest waves and that the combination of both processes is the reason for the waning of these protest waves. 1057/9780230618015 - Hezbollah: The Story of the Party of God, Eitan Azani SOCIAL PROTEST MOVEMENTS—THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK 17 The first approach (Karstedt Henke) analyzed the counter strategies of Germany in its action to eliminate the phenomenon of waves of terrorism in the country.
1057/9780230618015 - Hezbollah: The Story of the Party of God, Eitan Azani 24 HEZBOLLAH: THE STORY OF THE PARTY OF GOD that, with the appearance of the Islamists, a new perception started to crystallize among Muslims interested in the victory of Islam : there is no solution except Jihad. 4 In July 2003, a conference of Islamic sages from the Muslim world took place in Stockholm. It was chaired by Sheik Yusuf el-Qardawi, one of the senior leaders of the Muslim Brothers. ” At this conference, Qardawi presented his research, justifying Jihad against Israel with the argument that it is a Jihad of necessity.
37 These findings fit the theoretical models dealing with the passage of movements from a model of charismatic leadership to the institutional model. Trailing the activity of Islamic movements reveals that, similar to social protest movements in other countries, in this case as well, there are mutual connections between the level of activism of the movement and the stage of its growth (young or mature) in relation to the system in which it operates (chaotic, government repression, real centralist regime, or divided elites).