Analysis of Religious Extremism Threat in Bulgaria

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Abstract

The analysis of the religious extremism manifestation objectively reveals as independent the following variables E – Existence, C – Capabilities, I – Intentions and T – Targets. The essence of the proposed analytical model is the fact that if some of the mentioned variables is not presented it is practically impossible for religious extremism to manifest in the society and become violent. The paper describes an analytical model of religious manifestation model, based on some variables and results of research of religious extremist activities in Bulgaria.

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Target Group researchers in the fields of political and financial law

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