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The HijazThe First Islamic State$
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Malik Dahlan

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780190909727

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190909727.001.0001

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The Ideological Drivers of Submerged Statehood in the Afterlife of The Hijaz

The Ideological Drivers of Submerged Statehood in the Afterlife of The Hijaz

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(p.279) 8 The Ideological Drivers of Submerged Statehood in the Afterlife of The Hijaz
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The Hijaz
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Malik R. Dahlan

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190909727.003.0009

This Chapter focuses on the idea of positive vs. negative space in ideology and religion. It discusses Islamic revivalism and Wahhabism in detail in the context of statehood. discuss the fragility of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as well as Iran- the Islamic Republic. It considers the religious and cultural differences within the region noting in particular Shi’ite and Sunni peculiarities. It also covers the views and ideologies of al-Qaeda and Daesh. It covers in great detail Islamic governance and thereby dispels the false claims and doctrines of post-modernist al-Qaeda and neo-medievalist Daesh which seeks absolute control of religion, population and, imperial territory. The Chapter looks at counter efforts, namely, Islamic Centrism, by using historical evidence to demonstrate the characteristics of pan Islamic governance as a positive space in The Hijaz.

Keywords:   Al-Qaida, Daesh, Hakimiyya, Islamic Revivalism, Jihad, Muslim Brotherhood, Salafi, Shari’a, Takfir, Wahhabism

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