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  1. At the fundamental level, Islamists seek change
  2. Overall, fundamentalist Islam is harmless

To be misunderstood is a critical misstep in today's society. Once something or someone is misunderstood they become a target for hate. This is evident in multiple aspects of daily living. Several issues we deal with are caused by a misunderstanding. The Islamic group is one favorable example of being misunderstood. Their intentions, especially in the western world, are often mistaken. They are deemed a group bent on taking over the world. Research reveals that fundamentalist Islam does not present a dangerous form of radical utopianism.

[...] The goal is to determine if fundamentalist Islam presents a dangerous form of radical utopianism. At the fundamental level, Islamists seek change. This is observed as one of the group's primary goals. They are known to be activists by nature. Islamists would like to restore a mythical past and lost ideals. They don't understand that it is impossible to revert to the previous ideals in practice. (Kramer) This is the point where danger arises within fundamentalist Islam. People in Egypt that seek to Islamize society through grassroots social and cultural change are examples. [...]


[...] Does fundamentalist Islam present a dangerous form of radical utopianism? To be misunderstood is a critical misstep in today's society. Once something or someone is misunderstood they become a target for hate. This is evident in multiple aspects of daily living. Several issues we deal with are caused by a misunderstanding. The Islamic group is one favorable example of being misunderstood. Their intentions, especially in the western world, are often mistaken. They are deemed a group bent on taking over the world. [...]

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