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"The 'Wahhabi' Myth" is a landmark achievement in clarifying many of the gross inaccuracies and outright lies that have been attributed to the belief of the Salafee Muslims. Although some reporters and Western orientalist scholars have been vigilant enough to rebut these widespread fables, most have fallen headfirst into what one discerning reporter called, "the neo-conservative line that the whole conspiracy against America can be traced back to Wahabism and the government of Saudi Arabia."
The author outlines the principles of the Salafee creed in an easy to understand manner. Using many different sources, he carefully presents the arguments of the critics of Salafism and successfully addresses the misconceptions that are contained within these criticisms. Specifically, he addresses the commonly held belief that Usamah bin Laden is a Salafee/"Wahhabi". He compellingly dispels this myth and unveils the sect that has provoked Bin Laden to become the leader of a terrorist movement, something that the media has failed to do yet.
Accordingly, it is expected that "The 'Wahhabi' Myth" could have a profound effect upon people's understandings of current affairs. This is the book which some renowned major media outlets have been anticipating since September 11 as the long awaited reply of the Salafee Muslims.
Über den Autor: Haneef James Oliver was majoring in history when he decided to branch off in his studies and research the world's major religions. After becoming Muslim in 1994, he began to examine the creeds and methodologies of the past and contemporary Muslim sects. "The 'Wahhabi' Myth" is a product of Oliver's analysis of the various paths which people have taken to worship God.
Buchbeschreibung Trafford, 2003. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. Buchnummer des Verkäufers DADAX1553953975
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