E3S Web Conf.
Volume 208, 2020First Conference on Sustainable Development: Industrial Future of Territories (IFT 2020)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Energy for Sustainable Development|
|Published online||24 November 2020|
Islamism as Threat Factor to Construction and Operation Safety of Nuclear Power Facilities
Volgodonsk Engineering Technical Institute the branch of National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”, Lenin St., 73/94, 347360 Volgodonsk, Russia
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The paper discusses the hazards of construction and operation of nuclear power facilities in Islamic countries or countries with a predominantly Muslim population that is ambiguous about the development of the nuclear industry in their countries. The analysis shows the issue from the point of view of traditional societies and from the position of the leading countries of the world atomic energy and allows us to highlight the most significant and specific features of the stated problem. The analysis shows the issue from the point of view of traditional societies and from the position of the leading countries of the world nuclear energy and allows us to highlight the most significant and specific features of the stated problem. The conclusion is made about the situational and personal nature of the Muslim community life organization and the dominant role of the authoritative religious and community leaders’ personal opinion in solving issues not related to spiritual life. Leaders in the field of nuclear energy have to discern into the essence of the signs, reasons and development directions of religious factors in these states, and as the Islamic world is a significant geopolitical factor in the entire system of international relations, its interests and Islamist position cannot but take into account the world political forces promoting nuclear power.
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