• Corpus ID: 231941003

Salafist and Wahhabist Influence in Afghanistan:

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  title={Salafist and Wahhabist Influence in Afghanistan:},
  author={},
  year={2009}
}
  • Published 2009
  • Political Science, Physics
Purpose/Justification Political and/or extremist Islam was not a significant force in Afghanistan before the 1979 Soviet invasion; how or why did it became such a dominant force (if, indeed, it really is one). A history or survey of known information about how Afghans were proselytized by fundamentalist preachers would add to our in-depth long term understanding-research of the process of religious radicalization in the area. 
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