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پشت جلد

The emergence of the Wahhabi sect in the 12th century AH became the source of many religious and political disputes and disagreements in the Muslim world, and up to now, it has consumed a considerable portion of the potential and energy of Muslim societies especially from the time it had been backed by the political power of Ibn Sa'ud and British imperialism.

The founder of this sect, Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab, came from Najd in the Arabian Peninsula. Under the influence of figures such as Ibn Taymiyyah, he used to express personal understandings of Islam contrary to the path of the 'ulama'.

A comparative analysis of the ideas of Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab, on one hand, and Sunni and Shi`ah beliefs, on the other, could reveal many of the religious innovations, deviations and speculative interpretations existing in this nascent sect. The book, A New Analysis of Wahhabi Doctrines, attempts to do so, and it has been written by utilizing references published by Wahhabi institutions in the Hijaz.

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