Encountering perceptions in parts of the Muslim world and their impact on the ICRC's ability to be effective
30-06-2005 Article, International Review of the Red Cross, No. 858, by Andreas Wigger
This article will examine a number of the different perceptions held by Muslims — and in particular by Islamists — with whom ICRC delegates come into contact. Many of the patterns of thought and reaction described below are found, with variations,in non-Muslim religious communities.