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A quietist jihadi

Joas Wagemakers

A quietist jihadi

the ideology and influence of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi

by Joas Wagemakers

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islam and state,
  • Jihad,
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / International,
  • Muslim scholars,
  • Salafīyah

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJoas Wagemakers
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP80.M3255 W34 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25054567M
    ISBN 109781107022072, 9781107606562
    LC Control Number2011039454

      Jordanian Quietist Salafi Views on Shi‘ism Despite the absence of Shi‘a in Jordan, the country’s quietist Salafi community has quite clear ideas on why Shi‘ism is a dangerous branch of Islam. Their views on Shi‘a are informed by conspiratorial references to allegedly historical events, their own Salafi ideology and their assessment of.   Buy A Quietist Jihadi by Joas Wagemakers from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages:

    A quietist Jihadi: The ideology and influence of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi. This groundbreaking book, which is the first comprehensive assessment of al-Maqdisi, his life, ideology, and influence. The Ideology and Influence of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, A Quietist Jihadi, Dr Joas Wagemakers, Cambridge University Press. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction.

      'Murji'a' Labels in Polemical Debates Between Quietist and Jihadi-Salafis Joas Wagemakers 7. Saudi Arabia's War on Terrorism: Combatting Passions, Ignorance and Deviation Roel Meijer 8. British by Dissent: Alternatives to Jihadi Narratives of Identity, then Jeevan Deol and Zaheer Kazmi's Contextualising Jihadi Thought is the book to read. A Pages:   Salafi-Jihadism: The History of an Idea, by Shiraz Maher. London: Hurst & Company, pages. £ London: Hurst & Company, pages. £ Although much has been written about Jihadi-Salafism since the events of “9/11,” no author has really attempted to write a comprehensive overview of Jihadi-Salafi ideology in a single : Joas Wagemakers.


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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Since 9/ll, the Jordanian Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi (b. West Bank, ) h 4/5(13).

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A Quietist Jihadi Since ‘9/11’, the Jordanian Abu Muhammadal-Maqdisi (b. West Bank, ) has emerged as one of the most important radical Muslim thinkersalive al-Maqdisi maynotbe a householdnamein This book is the product of the idea that was born that night.

The title of Wagemakers's book, A Quietist Jihadi, indicates his provocative thesis that Maqdisi is both a proselytizer (“quietist” in Wagemakers's terminology) and a jihadi because he emphasizes proselytizing over jihad against “apostate” Muslim rulers in most instances, while arguing that neither should be neglected—an equivocation Author: William McCants.

The arguments in favour of both are based, as are most early Islamic arguments, on the Holy Book and on the actions and sayings of the Prophet. The quietist tradition obviously rests on the Prophet as sovereign, as judge and statesman.

But before the Prophet became a head of state, he was a rebel. Before he traveled from Mecca to Medina, where. Get this from a library. A quietist Jihadi: the ideology and influence of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi. [Joas Wagemakers] -- "Since 9/ll, the Jordanian Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi (b. West Bank, ) has emerged as one of the most important radical Muslim thinkers alive today.

While al-Maqdisi may not be a household name in. “ A Quietist Jihadi is a truly impressive work of scholarship that delves deep into a field that was, until recently, largely terra incognita, and emerges with a compelling portrait of a key figure in both contemporary salafism and the world of radical militancy.

This is a major accomplishment, and Wagemakers’ A Quietist Jihadi is surely /5(3). More broadly, the book offers an alternative, insider perspective on the rise of radical Islam, with a particular focus on Salafi opposition movements in Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

Do you like to read books online. Read the A Quietist Jihadi: The Ideology and Influence of Abu Muhammad al. The Jordanian ‘Bay‘at al-Imam’ Group,” Middle East Journal, Vol.

68, No. 1, Winter59–75, 64; Idem, A Quietist Jihadi: The Ideology and Influence of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi (New.

Get this from a library. Salafism in Jordan: political Islam in a quietist community. [Joas Wagemakers] -- "The radical trend within Salafism in Jordan has thus been analysed in quite a number of publications.

This should probably in part be seen in the context of the increased interest in Salafism from a. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy A Quietist Jihadi (Paperback) at nd: Dr Joas Wagemakers. Joas Wagemakers, who has written a whole book about the intersection of quietist and jihadi Salafism, argues that Western governments should be.

This had been the title that many quietist Salafis – not the radical Jihadi-Salafis – in Jordan had long used for him. It was a fitting label, since – as I have described in more detail in my book on Salafism in Jordan – Shaqra was one of the founding fathers of Salafism in the Hashimite Kingdom.

Joas Wagemakers is the author of A Quietist Jihadi ( avg rating, 13 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Salafism in Jordan ( avg rating, 1 ratin /5(19).

Since 9/11, the Jordanian Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi (b. West Bank, ) has emerged as one of the most important radical Muslim thinkers alive today.

While al-Maqdisi may not be a household name in the West, his influence amongst like-minded Muslims stretches across the world from Jordan – where he lives today – to Southeast Asia. "The radical trend within Salafism in Jordan has thus been analysed in quite a number of publications.

This should probably in part be seen in the context of the increased interest in Salafism from a security perspective, particularly after the terrorist attacks of 11 September ("9/11"). Given the importance of al-Zarqawi, al-Maqdisi and Abu Qatada al-Filastini to groups such as al-Qa?ida.

Title: A Quietist Jihadi: The Ideology and Influence of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi: Author(s): Wagemakers, J. Publication year:Cited by: This majority group of Salafis was quietist and advocated that for Salafism to remain uncontaminated, it should stay away from politics.

Jihadi Salafism or Salafi Jihadism is more of a superficial term, which does not signify any specific strand of Salafism. Shiraz's book is 'Salafi–Jihadism.An Analysis of the 'Khawarij' and 'Murji'a' Labels in Polemical Debates between Quietist and Jihadi-Salafis Publication type: Part of book or chapter of book: Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https An Analysis of the 'Khawarij' and 'Murji'a' Labels in Polemical Debates between Quietist and Jihadi-Salafis: Author Cited by: 1.