Conflict Studies Journal, Vol. 5, No. 54, May 31, 2011
6 Pages Posted: 3 May 2011 Last revised: 16 Jun 2011
Date Written: May 2, 2011
The yesterday's news of death Al Quaeda leader Ben Laden was shocking to many in the Islamic and Arab societies and brought joy to others in the Western world. However, instead of referring to the conflict as religious, dogmatic or cultural, we want to reproduce some other historic literature that has taken resources, disputes and economic as the base for the strive that has damaged the world's economic and social structure. We emphasize that the roots were entrenched long time ago and were dug deep by both dogmatic views, Islamic and Christian. Internationalization of trade and globalization between unequal parts triggered more fear within the weaker economies and generated the terror phenomenon. Conceptual coexistence is needed more that arms to overcome the past grudges and future sufferings.
Notes: Downloadable document is in Arabic.
Keywords: Conflict, Islamic, Arabs, West, Resources Disputes
JEL Classification: B10, B12
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Mohamed, Issam A.W. and Mohamed, Abbasheikh O., Roots of Conflict, Arabs, Muslim and Historical Resources Conflicts (in Arabic) (May 2, 2011). Conflict Studies Journal, Vol. 5, No. 54, May 31, 2011. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1829509