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Landau-Tasseron, Ella

Struggle, or striving, but often understood both within the Muslim tradition and beyond it as warfare against infidels (see fighting; war; belief and unbelief). The term jihād derives from the root j-h-d, denoting effort, exhaustion, exertion, strain. Derivatives of this root occur in forty

Harwazinski, Assia Maria

1. In its basic denotation, the Arabic word jihad means ‘exertion,’ or ‘effort in the direction of a certain goal,’ and appears in the Qur'an, in the majority of cases, in the context of military ‘exertion along the way of God.’ It is important that the Meccan suras of the Qur'an preach patience

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Alexander Thurston

did not use the Sermon to open his major works. 94 
 Al-Ẓawāhirī’s trajectory suggests that he and other Egyptian militants became partly “Salafized” only after Quṭb. Outraged by Egyptian authorities’ execution of Quṭb in 1966, al-Ẓawāhirī joined the violent underground organization al-Jihād al

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The Intensification and Reorientation of Sunni Jihad Ideology in the Crusader Period

Ibn ʿAsākir of Damascus (1105–1176) and His Age, with an Edition and Translation of Ibn ʿAsākir’s The Forty Hadiths for Inciting Jihad

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Suleiman Mourad and James Lindsay

The Intensification and Reorientation of Sunni Jihad Ideology in the Crusader Period examines the important role of Ibn ʿAsākir, including his Forty Hadiths for Inciting Jihad, in the promotion of a renewed jihad ideology in twelfth-century Damascus as part of sultan Nūr al-Dīn’s agenda to revivify Sunnism and fight, under the banner of jihad, Crusader and Muslim opponents. This jihad vision was exclusively centered on selected quranic verses and prophetic hadiths. Ibn ʿAsākir and other Sunni scholars in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Syria departed from the earlier scholarly focus on legal nuances and aversion to invoke jihad in intra-Muslim conflicts. They championed this intensification and reorientation of jihad ideology in mainstream Sunni scholarship, and gave it a lasting legacy.
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Siddiq Ali Chishti

an open and unbounded notion; using “semantic analysis” he presents the Qurʾanic term kitāb as a symbol for divine knowledge and authority. 7 The current article, which examines words related to the Qurʾanic term jihād , is much inspired by and relies to a great extent on Madigan’s semantic

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Yonah Alexander

This volume profiles Hamas (Harakat al-Mugawama al-Islamiya), main radical Islamic terrorist group dedicated to the destruction of the State of Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, smaller in size but equally committed to eliminating Israel through political violence.

The aim of this book is not to glorify terrorist movements. Rather it is designed to provide an easily accessible reference for academics, policy makers, reporters, and other interested individuals on two of the most notorious Palestinian terrorist groups.



Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.
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Brynjar Lia

the ‘entrenched patriarchal order’ in Arab Muslim societies. By investigating jihādī proto-states with regards to their adherence to patriarchal norms, we can go beyond the taken-for-granted notions regarding jihadism and patriarchy, and improve our understanding of the underlying causes

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Khadijah Mohd Khambali@Hambali, Mustaffa Abdullah and Abdul Karim Ali

1 Pendahuluan Peristiwa runtuhnya World Trade Centre di New York, hancurnya Pentagon pada 11 September 2011, pengeboman berani mati yang dilakukan oleh Muslim, rampasan kapalterbang dan sebagainya sering dikaitkan dengan jihad sepertimana yang dianjurkan oleh al-Quran yang bertujuan untuk

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Bruce Mabley

L’Envers et l’endroit de l’interprétation islamiste du concept de jihad en droit islamique Bruce Mabley † ……………. Résumé En droit islamique, le concept de jihad occupe une place privilégiée parmi les différentes sources d’inspiration juridique. Ne faisant pas partie des sources du droit (usul al