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Hamid Algar "… he Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab, founder of the Wahhabi movement moved on to al-Dir'iyya and concluded a new alliance, with Muhammad b.


Sa'ud, ruler of the city, sealing it with another marriage. This alliance proved permanent, giving rise to a political entity that could for many years be interchangeably designated as Saudi or Wahhabi.

In its origin, however, it was simply the political and military hamid algar wahhabism of the Wahhabi sect. The weakening of the linkage between the religious establishment and the Saudi family now visibly underway is in its essence the inevitable outcome of a clash between these two inherited loyalties, the Wahhabi and the Anglo-American.

It remains to be seen what will occur once these Siamese twins, Wahhabism and the Saudi hamid algar wahhabism, are disconnected from each other and which will survive. The atrocities of this blood-thirsty movement was first reigned in by its attachment and identification with the state of Saudi Arabia.

Now that that has been weakening over the years, we are seeing a more overt penetration of Wahhabist ideology in hamid algar wahhabism Muslim countries and the Muslim world as a whole.

The now disintegrating alliance began happily enough. Sa'ud pledged his aid to Muhammad b.

At a much earlier point in Islamic history, the Kharijites had, like the Wahhabis, regarded Muslims who did not share their precise doctrines as apostates against whom war was permissible, if not obligatory, and had accordingly unleashed a campaign of banditry against them.

As the Wahhabis spread out across the Arabian peninsula in hamid algar wahhabism middle of the eighteenth century, their conduct and the rationale they invoked were by no means dissimilar. It is, then, in the Kharjite movement that some historical antecedent hamid algar wahhabism the Wahhabis can perhaps be discovered after all…" The corollary of identifying Muslims other than the Wahhabis as mushrikin was that warfare against them became not simply hamid algar wahhabism but obligatory: He's boasting these 'feats'.

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Memang subjektif, tapi tetap akademis. Kadang-kadang, saya harus mengeluarkan senyum simpul saat membaca komentar-komentar sambil lalu Algar atas Wahhabisme atau Ibn Abd al-Wahhab.

Misalnya, saat ia menulis bahwa buku-buku Ibn Abd al-Wahhab lebih pantas disebut "buku catatan seorang p Tinjauan kritis Prof. Misalnya, saat ia menulis bahwa buku-buku Ibn Abd al-Wahhab lebih pantas disebut "buku catatan seorang pelajar" daripada karya seorang ulama yang mumpuni di hamid algar wahhabism atau ketika ia menyinggung lembaga-lembaga dakwah Wahhabi di zaman sekarang yang "secara absurd dan salah kaprah disebut universitas.

Gerakan ini tidak memiliki hamid algar wahhabism dalam sejarah Islam sebelumnya, kecuali mungkin Khawarij dalam tindak kekerasan dan intoleransinya. In the absence of these two factors, Wahhabism might well have passed into history as a marginal and shortlived sectarian movement. Those same two factors, reinforced by a partial congruity with other contemporary tendencies in the Islamic world, have endowed Wahhabism with a degree of longevity.

Wahhabism: A Critical Essay

Second, Wahhabism hamid algar wahhabism an entirely specific phenomenon, calling for recognition as a separate school of thought or even as a sect of its own. Another general notion concerning Wahhabism fixed in the minds of many Muslims is that it stood at the origin of a series of reform movements which in some cases are hamid algar wahhabism active in the Muslim world.

There is, however, no genetic connection between Wahhabism and movements that subsequently arose in the Muslim world.