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Saudi Clerics and Shī‘a Islam$

Raihan Ismail

Print publication date: 2016

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Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2016

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Sources Consulted

Islamist Websites and Television Channels

Note: URL addresses are not consistent and frequently change. This list of websites is based on the most commonly used addresses during the period of my data collection (2009–2014). These websites direct to sermons, lectures, publications, and fatāwā of the ‘ulamā’.

‘Abd al-‘Azīz Ibn ‘Abdullah Ibn Bāz website (http://binbaz.org.sa)

‘Abdullah Ibn ‘Abd al-Raḥmān al-Saʻad website (http://www.alssad.com)

‘Ankāwā (http://www.ankawa.com)

ʻAbdullah Ibn Jibrīn website (http://www.ibn-jebreen.com)

Abū ‘Abd al-Raḥmān Muqbil Ibn Hādī al-Wādi‘ī website (http://www.muqbel.net)

Aḥmad Ibn ‘Umar al-Ḥāzmī website (http://www.alhazmy.net)

al-Ḥikmah (www.alhekmah.tv)

al-Khaymh Ḥewār (http://hewar.khaymh.com)

al-Qarḍāwī website (http://www.qaradawi.net)

al-Radd (http://www.alradnet.com)

al-Riāsah al-‘Āmmah lil-Buḥūth Al-‘Ilmiyyah wal-Iftā’ (http://www.alifta.net)

Anbāukum (http://www.anbacom.com)

Anṣar Ahl al-Bayt (http://www.aansar.com)

Dār al-Salām (http://www.dar-us-salam.com)

Fursān al-Sunnah (http://www.forsanelhaq.com)

Imām Muḥammad Ibn Saud Islamic University (http://www.Imamu.edu.sa)

Islamport (http://islamport.com)

Islamweb (http://audio.islamweb.net)

Khālid Ibn ‘Abd al-Raḥmān website (http://majles.alukah.net)

Muḥammad Ibn Ṣāliḥ al-‘Uthaymīn website (http://www.Ibnothaimeen.com)

Multaqa Ahl al-‘Ilm (http://www.ahlalalm.org) (p.272)

Muntada al-Islam al-Yawm (http://muntada.islamtoday.net)

Nāṣir al-‘Umar website (http://almoslim.net)

Nūr al-Islam (http://www.islamlight.net)

Press TV (http://www.presstv.ir/)

Qanat al-Raḥmah (http://www.alrahma.tv/)

Qiṣṣah al-Islam (http://www.islamstory.com)

Rabīʻ Ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī website (http://www.rabee.net)

Risālah al-Islam (http://main.islammessage.com)

Ṣayd al-Fawā’d (http://www.saaid.net)

Saʻad Ibn ‘Abdullah Ḥamīd website (http://majles.alukah.net)

Ṣafā TV (http://safatv.net/)

Safar al-Ḥawālī website (http://www.alhawali.com)

Ṣāliḥ Ibn Fawzān al-Fawzān website (http://alfawzan.af.org.sa/)

Salmān Ibn Fahd al-‘Awdah website http://islamtoday.net

Ṣautiyāt al-Islam (http://audio.islamweb.net)

Shabakat al-Sunnah al-Nabawiyyah (http://www.alsunna.net)

Shī‘a TV (http://www.shiatv.net)

Shubuhāt wa Bayān (http://www.shobohat.com)

Ṭarīq al-Islam (http://ar.islamway.com)

Ṭarīq Naḥwa Maʻrifatullah (http://www.way2allah.com)

The Middle East Media Research Institute (http://www.memritv.org)

The Permanent Committee for Islamic Research and Fatāwā English website (http://www.fatwa-online.com)

Wiṣāl TV (http://www.wesal.tv/)

Newspapers and Periodicals

  • Al-Arabiyyah Arabic

  • Al-Khalij

  • Al-Riyadh Arabic

  • BBC News Arabic

  • CNN News Arabic

  • Gulf Daily News

  • Rasid

  • The Economist

  • Al-Arabiyyah English

  • Al-Masr al-Youm

  • Al-Riyadh English

  • BBC News English

  • CNN News English

  • New York Times

  • Saudi Gazette

  • The Guardian

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