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Hamas and the Indoctrination of Palestinian Children-Part III

Note: this section contains the list of works cited at the end Section III: Unconventional Education and its Impact Hamas’ Extra-Curricular Methodology Hamas, not content to rely exclusively on school textbooks to accomplish their goal of radical Islamic indoctrination, masterfully employs a number of media to promote their focused message to children. These media all…

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Hamas and the Indoctrination of Palestinian Children-Part II

II: Educational Philosophy of Hamas Fateh and Hamas: Educational similarities “Palestinian education and propaganda are more dangerous to Israel than Palestinian weapons.” – Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Any discussion of the education of Palestinian children has to take into consideration the influence of the Fateh-led Palestinian Authority , for this was the organization…

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Hamas and the Indoctrination of Palestinian Children-Part I

“For Palestine is a sacred Islamic land that has been forcibly seized by the Zionists, and it is the duty of Muslims to conduct a holy struggle to regain it and to expel the invader from it.” –Hamas Introductory Memorandum, Article 7 . “…exterminate the Zionist germ…” [an 8th grade Palestinian textbook, page 117.] “We…

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Societal Impact of the Internet in Indonesia

The Internet, once the exclusive domain of computer scientists and government agencies, has become a global, information phenomenon, reflecting the best and worst of human society. It facilitates and empowers movements that seek social change, yet at the same time facilitates the spread of terrorism and empowers terrorist organizations in their recruitment, propaganda and indoctrination…

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Global Diffusion of the Internet XIV: The Internet in Iraq and Its Societal Impact

This is a link to a two-year research project I conducted which was published in the Communications of the Association for Information Systems: http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/ vol24/iss1/10/ This research project was completed in 2009 and covers the societal impact of the Internet under Saddam, during the U.S. led invasion, and concludes with the impact of the newly…

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