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The Islam in Islamic terrorism : the importance of beliefs, ideas, and ideology

Author: Ibn Warraq
Publisher: Nashville, Tennessee : New English Review Press, [2017]. ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First edition
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Ibn Warraq argues that we must take the beliefs of the jihadists seriously. He believes that the acts of ISIS or other Taliban are carefully and strategically planned operations that are a part of a long campaign by educated, affluent Muslims who wish to bring about the establishment of an Islamic state based on the Shari a, the Islamic Holy Law derived from the Koran, the Sunna and the Hadith. He doesn't believe  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ibn Warraq
ISBN: 1943003084 9781943003082
OCLC Number: 990505503
Description: 395 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Root case fallacy --
Explanations of Islamic terrorism --
Marx, Freud, and Darwin among the Jihadists --
Islamic doctrines as motivating factors --
Jihad: definitions, descriptions, and discussions --
Jihad: theory and practice --
The goals of Jihad: apocalypse and conversion --
Muhammad's campaigns and early conquests --
The first terrorists? Kharijites, violence, and the demand for the purification of Islam of its unpious accretions --
Sahl ibn Salama, Barbahari, and Bid'a: religious violence in ninth-and tenth-century Baghdad --
Religious violence in Baghdad between 991 CE and 1092 CE --
Ibn Taymiyya --
The Qadizadeli movement in seventeenth-century Istanbul --
Ibn 'Abd Al-Wahhab and eighteenth-century renewal and reform --
Sayyid Abu 'l-'Ala' Mawdudi --
Brigadier S.K. Malik and the Qur'anic concept of war --
Hasan al-Banna and the muslim brotherhood --
Grand Mufti Haj Amin al-Husaini and the Nazis --
Sayyid Qutb --
Muhammad 'Abd al-Salam Faraj and the Neglected duty --
Abdullah Azzam and Defense of the Muslim lands --
Ayman al-Zawahiri and Knights under the Prohpet's banner --
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and the Iranian revolution.
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Ibn Warraq argues that we must take the beliefs of the jihadists seriously. He believes that the acts of ISIS or other Taliban are carefully and strategically planned operations that are a part of a long campaign by educated, affluent Muslims who wish to bring about the establishment of an Islamic state based on the Shari a, the Islamic Holy Law derived from the Koran, the Sunna and the Hadith. He doesn't believe that the United States was targeted because of its foreign policy, or that it has to do with their socioeconomic background, with poverty as the favorite explanation.

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