Expansion Factors of Extremism on the Continent of Africa and its Containment Strategies

Document Type : Original Article


In various parts of the world, the continent of Africa is struggling with the phenomenon of terrorism and extremism more than other regions. This continent, for various reasons, including the various weaknesses of software and hardware, including economic backwardness, political instabilities, social inequalities, and foreign interventions that find their interests only in insecurity and instability, it has now become a safe haven for extremists and violent groups. This is while fighting the phenomenon of extremism and terrorism, It is also only through the hardware and military practices that the Western powers use as a strategy to repatriate terrorism in the area. Not only has it not led to the eradication of terrorism at this point in the world, but also the result of the photo. The emergence of Al-Shabaab, Boko Haram, Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, ISIL, Ansar al-Sharia, Ansar Bayt al-Qaeda and so on has led to an increase in the use of force by terrorist groups in African countries. However, the identification, containment, and counteraction to this extremism are currently on the agenda of the security, military, and political system of these countries. Western, American and Arab versions have not been able to control this surge and thus, identification of coherent and native strategies for controlling extremism and violence in a modest perspective can be realized.




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