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FUNDAMENTALISM

By: Syed Ibrahim Shams

Fundamentalism

2/9/2014
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Fundamentalism

Contents
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Definition of fundamentalism
Positive fundamentalism
Negative fundamentalism
Religio...
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Fundamentalism

2/9/2014

Definition
• A movement which is raised for the strict
maintenance of doctrines (principles) o...
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Fundamentalism

2/9/2014

Fundamentalists
• Members of the movement are known as
fundamentalists.
• Those who support fu...
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Fundamentalism

2/9/2014

Positive Fundamentalism
• The ideology of Pakistan.
• To prevent the culture of Muslims and
in...
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Fundamentalism

2/9/2014

Negative Fundamentalism
• Like those Taliban who are fighting by the name
of Holy Jihad for th...
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Fundamentalism

2/9/2014

Types of Religious Fundamentalism
• Islamic fundamentalism
• Christian fundamentalism
• Hindu ...
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Fundamentalism

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Islamic Fundamentalism
Islam

Sunni
Hanafi

Shia
Shafi

Jafri
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Fundamentalism

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Christian Fundamentalism
• Niagra Bible Conference (1876-1897).
• Many branches of Christianit...
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Fundamentalism

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Hindu Fundamentalism
• Babri Masjid located in Uttar Pradesh in India.
• Dec 1992 Hindu funda...
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Fundamentalism

2/9/2014

Buddhism fundamentalism
• Buddhist fundamentalists targeted other
religious people such as in...
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Fundamentalism

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• Muslims in their businesses display 786 sign.
• The 969 movement against Muslims.
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Fundamentalism

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Effects
• Thread for the stability of the current government.
• Due to the punishment of the ...
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Fundamentalism

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• Exploiting the democratic process through the
terrorism.
• Violence spread in the state.
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Fundamentalism

2/9/2014

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  1. 1. 1 FUNDAMENTALISM By: Syed Ibrahim Shams Fundamentalism 2/9/2014
  2. 2. 2 Fundamentalism Contents • • • • • Definition of fundamentalism Positive fundamentalism Negative fundamentalism Religious type of fundamentalism Effects of fundamentalism 2/9/2014
  3. 3. 3 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Definition • A movement which is raised for the strict maintenance of doctrines (principles) of any religion is known as fundamentalism.
  4. 4. 4 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Fundamentalists • Members of the movement are known as fundamentalists. • Those who support fundamentalism are known as fundamentalists.
  5. 5. 5 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Positive Fundamentalism • The ideology of Pakistan. • To prevent the culture of Muslims and interruption of anti-Islamic religions.
  6. 6. 6 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Negative Fundamentalism • Like those Taliban who are fighting by the name of Holy Jihad for the sake of money.
  7. 7. 7 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Types of Religious Fundamentalism • Islamic fundamentalism • Christian fundamentalism • Hindu fundamentalism • Buddhism fundamentalism
  8. 8. 8 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Islamic Fundamentalism Islam Sunni Hanafi Shia Shafi Jafri
  9. 9. 9 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Christian Fundamentalism • Niagra Bible Conference (1876-1897). • Many branches of Christianity were attending the conference to solve the issues which is raised by many protestants.
  10. 10. 10 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Hindu Fundamentalism • Babri Masjid located in Uttar Pradesh in India. • Dec 1992 Hindu fundamentalists destroyed the 450 years old Babri masjid. • More than 2000 people were killed.
  11. 11. 11 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Buddhism fundamentalism • Buddhist fundamentalists targeted other religious people such as in Burma. • Because they are dominated nation and have majority in Burma and Muslims are in Minority.
  12. 12. 12 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 • Muslims in their businesses display 786 sign. • The 969 movement against Muslims.
  13. 13. 13 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Effects • Thread for the stability of the current government. • Due to the punishment of the fundamentalists people don’t want to talk before them.
  14. 14. 14 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 • Exploiting the democratic process through the terrorism. • Violence spread in the state.
  15. 15. 15 Fundamentalism 2/9/2014 Thanks For Your Time
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