Iran’s nuclear deception: taqiyya and kitman

by Andrew Campbell

A look at Tehran’s artful use of taqiyya (religiously-sanctioned deception, or “holy lying”) and kitman (secrecy) in its negotiations with the West over nuclear weaponry. Read more ›
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Iran and Deception Modalities

by Andrew Campbell

This article continues the study and implications of the critical role of Iranian deception modalities1 in Iranian-Shi’ite political discourse, especially in relation to the 20-year clandestine development of Iran’s nuclear programme.

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‘Taqiyya’ and the global war against terrorism

by Andrew Campbell

The Islamic techniques of taqiyya – holy deception for the purpose of waging jihad – have enabled Islamic terrorists to embed themselves in Islamic communities in Western countries and live with “natural cover” to avoid detection by the authorities, writes Andrew Campbell. Read more ›
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‘Taqiyya’: how Islamic extremists deceive the West

by Andrew Campbell

Taqiyya is a traditional Islamic technique of holy deception used by Muslim extremists to conceal their “true” beliefs and to maintain operation security for their jihad/terrorist missions, writes Andrew Campbell.

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