Associations of religiosity, attitudes toward suicide and religious coping with suicidal ideation and suicide attempts in 11 muslim countries.

Objective: The study investigated the associations of religiosity, religious coping and suicide acceptance to suicide ideation and attempts in 7427 young adults affiliating with Islam from 11 Muslim countries. Method: A self-administered questionnaire was used to collect the data. We used F and χ2 tests and correlation analyses to report descriptive statistics. Multi-group path models […]

Suicidal behaviors among Muslim women: Patterns, pathways, meanings, and prevention.

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Suicidal behavior among Muslim Arabs in Israel.

Purpose: Countries with Muslim populations report relatively lower rates of suicide. However, authors have noted methodological flaws in the data. This study examined reliable rates of completed suicide, suicide ideation, planning and attempts among Muslims as compared to Jews in Israel. Methods: For completed suicide, information was extracted from death certificates (2003-2007); the National Emergency […]

The Relationship Between Suicide and Islam: a Cross-National Study

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Customs and Traditions in Times of Death and Bereavement (3rd Edition)

This booklet provides general information on bereavement & funeral customs in different religions & cultures, including: the Blackfoot Confederacy, Buddhism, China, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Eastern Orthodox, Hinduism, Hutterite, Muslim, Jehovah Witness, Judaism, Mennonite, Protestant, Roman Catholic, & Sikhism. A glossary defines a number of terms associated with bereavement & funerals.

Female Suicide Rates in Ghizer, Pakistan

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Suicide in a Cultural History Perspective, Part 3. Other Cultures

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On Indirect Reciprocity: the Distinction Between Reciprocity and Altruism, and a Comment on Suicide Terrorism

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Suicide Bombers

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Suicide Bombers can be Stopped

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Suicide and Islam

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Suicide Terrorism: an Overview

Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Female Suicide Bombers

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The Saudi Fatwah Against Suicide Terrorism

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Top Muslim Clerics Endorse Suicide Attacks: a Challenge to the United States?

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‘Can Culture Excuse Crime?’: Evaluating the Inability Thesis

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Islam, Castoriadis and Autonomy

Chechnya’s Suicide Bombers: Desperate, Devout, or Deceived?

A Muslim Suicide

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Religiosity and Suicide

In a data set for nations of the world in 1980, the author found that suicide rates, but not homicide rates, were associated with the percentages of Muslims & Roman Catholics, but use of statistical controls for economic development eliminated the associations. (2 refs)

Altruistic Suicide or Altruistic Martyrdom? Christian Greek Orthodox Neomartyrs: a Case Study

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Neither Alturistic Suicide, nor Terrorism but Martyrdom: a Muslim Perspective

For commentary on this article by I Orbach, please see SIEC #2004-1298

Terror Suicide: how is it Possible?

Based on the distinction between causes for suicide & facilitators of suicide, the author contends that terror suicide is based largely on processes that facilitate suicide rather than on personal distress. Under this premise, terror suicides are examined in terms of enthusiastic determination to achieve a goal, ideological rage, glorification of the post self, heavenly […]