Conditionalist Islamists: The Case of the Salafis

@inproceedings{Bokhari2013ConditionalistIT,
  title={Conditionalist Islamists: The Case of the Salafis},
  author={K. Bokhari and Farid Senzai},
  year={2013}
}
The Salafis represent a diverse community with core constituents in Saudi Arabia and additional millions of adherents across the Muslim world and the West. Unlike the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), which is a distinct organization with easily identifiable branches, “salafi” refers to a trend or, as the Salafis prefer to describe themselves, a methodology (manhaj). Consequently, their universe has come to encompass a highly varied set of actors who share a common religious doctrine but exhibit quite… Expand

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