POLS 210 Rutgers Relationship of Crusades with The Western World & Muslim World Analysis

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1- Analyze the lasting consequences of the Crusades on the relationship between the Western world and the Muslim world? How do you evaluate the claims by certain fundamentalist Islamist movements and a number of extremist Christians that still see the West-Islam relationship as a continuation of the Crusades?

2- On the relationship between religion and causes of war, do religious differences cause conflict and violence or greed and loot-seeking motives? You can compare the primordialist, instrumentalist and constructivist perspectives on the relationship between religion and conflict in order to answer this question.

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The Crusades
1. Analyze the lasting consequences of the Crusades on the relationship between the

Western world and the Muslim world? How do you evaluate the claims by certain
fundamentalist Islamist movements and a number of extremist Christians that still
see the West-Islam relationship as a continuation of the Crusades?
The crusading movement had involved all areas of society including church & religious
thought, economy, society, as well as politics. This is the case even today. Any conflict arising
between nations is based on these important factors. A major conflict between the West and
Islamic states is majority triggered by politics, the idea of identity, the economy (competition),
and society. This was the case when President Trump attempted to ban Muslims from accessing
the United States. Another consequence of the crusades was the consolidation of the Latin
Church’s collective identity under the leadership of the pope. This remains the case up to date as
the pope leads the Catholics. During the first crusade, the earliest military (religious) orders came
from Jerusalem, which demanded members to take customary monastic vows: chastity,
obedience, and communal poverty and commit to violence as well on the Christian faith’s behalf.
Popes and priests take monastic vows today. Numerous islands were conquered and colonized as
a result of ...


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