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A Response to Joas Wagemakers’s False Claim Regarding Shaykh Muḥammad Nāṣir Al-Dīn Al-Albānī in His Book ‘Salafism in Jordan’ (2016)

Posted by Abu Iyaad on Wednesday, October 05, 2016 and filed under Analysis

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Joas Wagemakers falsely ascribes to al-Albānī the conviction that deeds 'could not decrease faith or take it away altogether'.

Joas Wagemakers is an Assistant Professor at Utrecht University and has written extensively on Salafism. He frames the Khārijites as Salafists by taking their claims at face value whilst lacking the knowledge and insight to penetrate the deception and sophistry of modern-day Khārijite ideologues and movements. Wagemakers’s 2012 book, “A Quietist Jihādi”, centred around the Takfīrī Khārijite Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī is first-hand evidence of this and demonstrates how he has been taken for a ride by al-Maqdisī.

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