章远:“The Sorrows of External Secular Expectation in Post-ISIS Era”,Eurasian Journal of Religious Studies
发布时间: 2021-01-14 浏览次数: 31

SourceEurasian Journal of Religious StudiesNo. 4, Vol. 24, 2020

AbstractWith the demilitarization of ISIS (Daula Islamiya Iraq wa Sham - Islamic State in Iraq and Syria), the national question in the region began to develop rapidly in terms of post-conflict reconstruction. During the post-ISIS period, local forces, especially local ethnic independent forces, remained entrenched in the local religious community and religious culture. Nationalist forces that seek to mobilize the vast majority of the population for their own ends must be able to satisfy them with political materials that lead to harmony and cooperation, as long as the region’s deep-rooted religious traditions serve that purpose. Although Western interference in this issue is also interested in establishing a regional secular order and secular succession regime, if nationalist religious extremism is limited to achieving the planned regional autonomy and independence of the outside world, tactically avoiding the skepticism of the outside world, then the expected political goal is planned. and then the repressed national religion is likely to retaliate in the future.

KeywordssecularismPost-ISIS EraMiddle Eastkurdsnational securitywesternization