Rejoinder: What We Mean Versus What They Meant by “Salafi”: A Reply to Frank Griffel


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Rejoinder: What We Mean Versus What They Meant by “Salafi”: A Reply to Frank Griffel


in Die Welt des Islams

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59 (1925): 281. Laoust repeated this patently false claim in 1932.

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Henri Laoust“Le Caire et sa fonction dans l’islam contemporain”L’Afrique française 43 6 (1933): 319. In another article Laoust specified that the modern followers of Ibn Taymiyya’s orthodox “puritanism” and the followers of ʿAbduh’s rationalist “Islamic modernism” belonged to two distinct currents of thought. See Henri Laoust “La culture islamique” La Bourse égyptienne (special issue) February 15 1933 unpaginated. After 1933 however Laoust did not always follow these new distinctions.

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59 (1925): 292. Massignon implied without saying so directly that some pro-Wahhabi Salafis belonged to the left wing of another category which he called “Arab racists” (racistes arabes). Ibid. 292 294 311.

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Henri LauzièreThe Making of Salafism: Islamic Reform in the Twentieth Century (New York: Columbia University Press2016) 18.

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