The Blackwell Companion to Religion and Violence

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Index
9/11 see September 11 World Trade Center attacks, 2001
Abolitionism 488, 556–7; see also Brown, John; ontology: of the slave
Aborigines (Australia) see Indigenous peoples (Australia)
Aborigines Acts 435; South Australia, 1911 and 1939 431
abortion: Christian terrorism and 295–6; poverty and 545–6
Abraham: covenant with God 337
Abravanel, Isaac: and the story of Dinah 164–5, 169–170
absolutism, doctrinal 579–80
Abu Ghraib prison, Iraq 294
Acala (Tantric Buddhist deity) 214, 220, 221
Acaranga Sutra 263
adaptation, behavioral 77–8
Addis Ababa Agreement, 1972 418, 420
Adorno, Theodor W.: Kertész and 346
Afghanistan: protection of women a justification for war with 127, 128; and religious minorities 104; war, 1979369; women 441–2
Africa, colonialism in 500–2; connection of Teso insurgency with 505; conventional views 498–9; Mamdani on 500; see also particular countries, regions, &c.
African Americans: and Gandhi 560
afterlife: rewards in 91
ahiṃsá 199–201, 207, 209, 263, 559
Aizen (Wisdom King) 221
al-Aqsa Intifada 516–7, 520
al-Asad, Hafiz 292n.
al-Bashir, Omar 418
al-Husayn, son of ‘Ali, cousin of the Prophet Muhammad: martyrdom and Shi’ism 285
al-Qaeda 288–9, 300; and the Crusades 142; the internet and 302n.; and martyrdom 96; meaning of term 289; and Muslim humiliation 338; Orientalism and 513; Pape on 486; Saudi Arabian policing and 520; September 11 attacks 89; model for Western understanding of Islam 193; and ummah as sacred “state” 102–3
al-Shafici, Muhammad ibn Idris 277
al-Shaybani, Muhammad 277
al-Sulami, Ali ibn Tahir 279
al-Turabi, Hassan 418
Albigensian Crusade, 1208 156
Albrecht, Friedrich 432
Alexander II, Emperor of Russia: assassination 455

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