A quietist jihadi the ideology and influence of abu muhammad al maqdisi by joas wagemakers cambridge and new york cambridge university press 2012 290 pages 2899 paper cambridge and new york cambridge university press 2012 290 pages 2899 paper. Ladin or ayman al zawahiri but a little known jordanian scholar named abu muhammad al maqdisi at the time there was very little in print about maqdisi in western languages what was available in arabic was largely hagiographical or the product of maqdisis own pen a militant salafi discourse that is challenging for outsiders joas . Cambridge university press 978 1 107 02207 2 a quietist jihadi the ideology and influence of abu muhammad al maqdisi joas wagemakers excerpt more information introduction in the decade that has passed since the terrorist attacks of 11 septem ber 2001 many once obscure people have become celebrities of a sort. 978 1 107 02207 2 a quietist jihadi the ideology and influence of abu muhammad al maqdisi joas wagemakers frontmatter more information vi contents part ii al maqdisis influence on the saudi islamic opposition 1989 2005 4 saudi arabias post gulf war opposition 97 wahhabism and the saudi system 97 al maqdisis framing of saudi arabia 104 al maqdisis influence on saudi . Since 9 11 the jordanian abu muhammad al maqdisi b west bank 1959 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
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