What point are you trying to make? That poverty and desperation can lead to violence? Of course it can. But you're going to have to be a bit more rigorous than that. How, specifically, is this particular violent resistance movement attributable to that? Where's the nexus? And Islamist terrorists have come from wildly different economic strata, which itself seems dispositive of your hypothesis. And if's just driven by geopolitical resentments of the West, why have Islamist factions in countries that eventually liberated themselves from imperialist yoke then clashed with the moderate Muslim movements in creating a new regime? Were the moderate Muslims in Egypt being "bigoted" or "ethnocentric" when they sought to marginalize and defeat the Qutbist faction of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt? Were the constituents of the PPP similarly bigoted when they clashed with the Jamaat-i-Islami in Pakistan?