Islam and the Islamic State's Magazine, Dabiq

  title={Islam and the Islamic State's Magazine, Dabiq},
  author={Tim Jacoby},
  journal={Politics and Religion},
  pages={32 - 54}
  • Tim Jacoby
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • Politics and Religion
Abstract Since the emergence of the Islamic State, considerable debate has arisen over the relationship (or lack of therein) between its ideological discourse and broader Islamic exegeses and learning. This paper aims to connect these wider discussions to its self-defined ideological standpoint as set out in its magazine, Dabiq. All 15 of these, published between June 2014 and July 2016, amounting to more than 900 pages, are examined to assess their authors’ (1) analysis of the Qur'an (2) use… Expand
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