Repercussions

Understanding Wahabbism and Salafism

For a serious study of the theology of Osama bin Laden, see:

The ‘Religion’ of Usamah bin Ladin:  Terror As the Hand of God. Jean E. Rosenfeld, Ph.D., UCLA Center for the Study of Religion;

Islam and the Theology of Power, Khaled Aabu El Fadl, Omar and Azmeralda Alfi Distinguished Fellow in Islamic Law at the UCLA School of Law;

Bin Laden and Revolutionary Millennialism, Catherine Wessinger, Professor of Religious Studies, Loyola University New Orleans, editor of Millennialism, Persecution, and Violence: Historical Cases (2000) and author of How the Millennium Comes Violently: From Jonestown to Heaven's Gate (2000).]

Bin Laden's Radical Form of Islam: Most Muslims' Interpretations of the Koran Don't Condone Terrorist Violence by Caryle Murphy
 

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