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Volume 2015, Issue 207

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Propaganda mala fide: Towards a comparative semiotics of violent religious persuasion

Massimo Leone
Published Online: 2015-07-15 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/sem-2015-0057

Abstract

Not all religious proselytizing is conducive to violence, yet some is, and adopts specific words, images, sounds, and other signs in order to convey its message. Defying frontiers among historical epochs, confessions, and disciplines, the essay develops a cross-cultural, trans-historical, and comparative reading of violent religious propaganda, focusing on messages and media that promote radicalization and the consequent mission to defeat the enemy disbeliever. In particular, the essay puts the current phenomenon of jihadist online propaganda into historical and comparative perspective.

Keywords: propaganda; religion; violence; jihad; terrorism; Islamic State

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