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Baumgartner, et. al. argue that American public opinion on foreign policy is significantly affected by religious beliefs.  Brian Levin discusses the origin and current state of Holocaust denial and anti-Semitism in the United States.  The psychology and motivations of violent Islamist radicals are examined by Andrew Silke.  Pnina Werbner discusses the impact of Islamist tendencies on Muslim emigrants to the United Kingdom. 

Baumgartner, Jody C., Peter L. Francia, and Jonathan S. Morris.  “A Clash of Civilizations?  The Influence of Religion on Public Opinion of U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East.”  In Political Research Quarterly, vol. 61 (June 2008).

Levin, Brian.  “History as a Weapon: How Extremists Deny the Holocaust in North America.”  In American Behavioral Scientist, 44:6 (February 2001).

Silke, Andrew.  “Holy Warriors: Exploring the Psychological Processes of Jihadi Radicalization.”  European Journal of Criminology, vo. 5 (January 2008).

Werbner, Pnina.  “The Predicament of Diaspora and Millennial Islam: Reflections on September 11, 2001.”  In Ethnicities 4:4 (2004).