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1) Introduction
Abdessalam Yassine and al-‘adl wa al-iħsān
Overview of Secondary Literature
This Thesis
Primary Sources
The structure of al-iħsān
2) al-minhāj al-nabawiyy
Introduction
The Godly Personality – Characteristics and Affluents
The Eleven Types of jihād
Spiritual Education
Ideology and Indoctrination
Establishing the Islamic State
3) Greater and Lesser jihād
Individual and Communal jihād
Greater jihād
Greater jihād in the Mystical Sense
Identity and education
Islamic Virtues
The Lesser jihād
Unarmed
Armed
Violence and Force
The Uprising
Inception of Islamic State After Uprising
Poetry
4) Yassine’s Theory of Society and History
Mysticism and Orthodoxy
Mysticism
Orthodoxy
Historical Change
Islamic Society – Spiritual Meritocracy
The Second Caliphate
5) Conclusion
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The Concept of jihād in the Writings of Abdessalam Yassine - David Alexander Bienert

The Concept of jihād in the Writings of Abdessalam Yassine - David Alexander Bienert

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