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West African <i>ʿulamāʾ</i> and Salafism in Mecca and Medina

Jawāb al-Ifrῑqῑ - The Response of the African

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This book brings a new perspective on the history of the spread of the Salafῑ-Wahhābῑ doctrine since the conquest of the Ḥijāz by Ibn Saʿūd in 1926. It also shows the contribution of a network of ʿulamāʾ from West Africa, South Asia and Egypt in the spread of the Salafῑ-Wahhābῑ doctrine inside and outside Saudi Arabia since 1926.

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