Wahhabism and Modern Islamic Ideology. From Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab to Sayyid Qut’b. Wahhabism and Modern Islamic Ideology. Wahhabism: A conservative 18th century reform movement of Sunni Islam Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab--(1703–1792). Born in Najd, Arabia.
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From Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab to Sayyid Qut’b
Quote: “…in our capacity to reconstruct and relive the abundance of the feelings, comprehensions, and experiences accompanying the revelation (of the Qur’an) and the first generation of Muslims, who received the Qur’an in the thick of the struggle. Theirs was an environment of jihad (striving) – jihad against the self, temptations, and people . . . The ambiance of the emerging Muslim community and its nascent social system was a reflection of a lively friction between feeling, interests, and principles.”
Second generation after the Prophet