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Salafism, Wahhabism and Radical Islam

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Although the term 'Salafism' has sometimes been applied to certain nineteenthto twentieth-century Islamic modernist thinkers, including the Egyptian Grand Mufti Mohammad 'Abduh (d.1905) and Rashid Rida (d.1935), Salafism actually takes its origins from Ibn Taymiyyah's (d.728/1328) essentially deconstructionist stance towards Islam's scholastic legacy. In essence, Ibn Taymiyyah maintained that.........Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

Mohammad Hashim Kamali
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