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Salafism in Yemen

Laurent Bonnefoy

Salafism in Yemen

transnationalism and religious identity

by Laurent Bonnefoy

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York (N.Y.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salafīyah

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLaurent Bonnefoy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP195.S18 B66 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25005773M
    ISBN 109780231702966, 9780231800754
    LC Control Number2011034735

      Since it emerged in Yemen around three decades ago, the country’s Salafi movement has maintained complex, if not tense links with Saudi Arabia. [1] Before establishing a Yemeni manifestation of Salafism with its own features and clerics, Muqbil al-Wadi‘i (d. Books shelved as yemen: I Am Nujood, Age 10 and Divorced by Nujood Ali, The Monk of Mokha by Dave Eggers, Henna House by Nomi Eve, Salmon Fishing in the.

      Salafi-jihadi groups are active in at least six failed states (Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and Mali) and four weak states (Afghanistan, Egypt, Tunisia, and Nigeria). They provide governance by proxy or control territory in at least half of these states. Both ISIS and al Qaeda pursue deadly attack capabilities to target the West, as the. Salafism in Yemen by Laurent Bonnefoy Book Resume: Over the last decade or so Salafism has become one of the West's new political bogey-men. Many regard the movement as the antechamber of violent groups such as al-Qaeda, and as the by-product of a centralized foreign-policy platform shaped by so-called Saudi interests.

      Book Description Alexander Thurston examines how Salafism, a globally influential Muslim movement, is reshaping religious authority in Nigeria, Africa's most populous : Alexander Thurston. This book aims to provide the current reality of Salafism in Yemen by highlighting its intellectual schools and ideological references as well as its political alliances map, trying to predict Salafism future.


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Salafism in Yemen by Laurent Bonnefoy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Based on extensive research conducted throughout Yemen between andand particularly in the southern province of Yâfi‘, this book offers an original approach to Salafism and draws a necessary counter-narrative that takes into account the dynamics of the Salafi movement as well as its relationship to its evolving environment, either local, regional and international.

"Salafism in Yemen approaches its subject both through the writings of the movement's leaders and through the practice of its followers, offering a sensitive description of the movement s development and its place in Yemeni by: Based on extensive research conducted throughout Yemen between andand particularly in the southern province of Y?fi', this book offers an original approach to Salafism and draws a necessary counter-narrative that takes into account the dynamics of the Salafi movement as well as its relationship to its evolving environment, either local, regional and international/5(3).

Salafism is a creed focused on purifying Islam from local particularities and innovations, returning to the Islam of the Prophet Muhammad and the Companions, and Yemen’s ‘Muqbilian Salafism’ is particularly characterised by political quietism. Laurent Bonnefoy Salafism has gained international notoriety with the rise of Al Qaeda and this book offers a new interpretation.

Examines the non-violent Salafi doctrines and everyday practices of Salafism in Yemen. Emphasises the local context for Salafism in Yemen.

Abstract This book is the result of extensive research and field work carried out by the author in Yemen and Saudi Arabia. It offers an original approach to Salafism taking into account the Author: Laurent Bonnefoy.

Based on extensive research conducted throughout Yemen between andand particularly in the southern province of Yâfi‘, this book offers an original approach to Salafism and draws a necessary counter-narrative that takes into account the dynamics of the Salafi movement as well as its relationship to its evolving environment, either.

International audienceThis book is the result of extensive research and field work carried out by the author in Yemen and Saudi Arabia.

It offers an original approach to Salafism taking into account the internal dynamics of the Yemeni branch of the movement as well as its relationship to its complex and evolving context. 2In his book, Salafism in Yemen: Transnationalism and Religious Identity, Bonnefoy presents a carefully nuanced critique of the dominant narratives of Salafism as a Saudi state export directly serving its national interests by demonstrating instead Salafism’s autonomy, normalization, and embeddedness within Yemen and its continual adaptation to local contexts.

Salafis in Egypt are not united under a single banner or unified leadership. The main Salafi trends in Egypt are Al-Sunna Al-Muhammadeyya Society, The Salafist Calling, al-Madkhaliyya Salafism, Activist Salafism, and al-Gam’eyya Al-Shar’eyya.

Since the Egyptian government has banned books associated with the Salafi movement. In the middle east, Salafism has gained prominence during the last two decades. This is especially true in countries such as Kuwait and Saudi Arabia where a political version of Salafism, often labeled sahwa, emerged as a significant social movement.

1 In Yemen, however, the main Salafist trend is characterized by an apparently apolitical stance. Laurent Bonnefoy will be presenting his new book, Salafism in Yemen: Transnationalism and Religious Identity. Based on extensive research conducted in the Arabian Peninsula, the book takes into account the internal dynamics of the Yemeni branch of the movement as well as its relationship to its complex and evolving context.

Fernando Carvajal will expand upon the political. Salafism is a branch of Sunni Islam whose modern-day adherents claim to emulate “the pious predecessors” (al-salaf al-ṣāliḥ; often equated with the first three generations of Muslims) as closely and in as many spheres of life as possible.

Different scholars of Islam throughout time have striven to emulate the early Muslim generations in the legal sphere, in theological matters, or in.

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Thank you for your : Laurent Bonnefoy. Based on extensive research conducted in the Arabian Peninsula, this book offers an original approach to Salafism taking into account the internal dynamics of the Yemeni branch of the movement as well as its relationship to its complex and evolving.

This chapter gives an analysis of the different Salafi currents in Pakistan, such as the Markazi Jamiat Ahl-e Hadith, Markaz Da’wa wal Irshad, Lashkar-e Taiba, and several other movements.

It traces the development of the madrasa system and the influence it has on Pakistani society. Salafism in Yemen is a fascinating, empirically rich investigation of an understudied but increasingly important part of today's Islamic politics.

It is perhaps the best study yet produced of the intricate interactions of Yemeni Salafism with Saudi Arabia and with the wider international Islamist milieu.

Salafism, as it emerged in Yemen, is characterized beyond the way the people dress, beyond the way the people speak, the Salafis speak themselves, what I label as minor behaviors.

But beyond these minor behaviors, Salafism in Yemen is characterized by its principled rejection of party politics, what they label hizbiyya – that is, party spirit. This book offers an original approach to Salafism taking into account the internal dynamics of the Yemeni branch of the movement as well as its relationship to its complex and evolving context.

Laurent Bonnefoy focuses on the allegedly apolitical Salafi doctrine but most importantly references the. Unlike Palestinian resistance movements, Salafism in Palestine is totally apolitical, rejecting any involvement in the resistance to the Israeli occupation.

The author analyzes the history of this quietist Salafism in Palestine, describing its major thinkers and considering the contradictions Salafism finds itself in by adhering to a doctrine of purification in a highly political environment. Salafism in Yemen by Laurent Bonnefoy, unknown edition, Edition Notes Source title: Salafism in Yemen: Transnationalism and Religious Identity.Title: Review of Salafism in Yemen: Author(s): Wagemakers, J.

Publication year: Source: Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, vol. 24, iss. 4, (), pp. Throughout most of Salafism in Yemen,jihadis simply do not exist. In the last section of the book, where Bonnefoy does discuss them, he is forced .