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Nabil Mouline

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780300178906

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300178906.001.0001

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Routinization and Institutionalization of Hanbali-Wahhabism

Routinization and Institutionalization of Hanbali-Wahhabism

(p.119) 5 Routinization and Institutionalization of Hanbali-Wahhabism
Clerics of Islam

Nabil Mouline

Ethan S. Rundell

Yale University Press

This chapter discusses the institutionalization and routinization of the Hanbali-Wahhabi tradition. It reveals that the West hoped that Pan-Arabism would destroy Islam and split Muslims. Turning to an ethic of responsibility, the ulama defied the adopted reformist ideas and secularized the Pan-Arabist threat. The chapter also presents three examples that illustrate how Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al al-Shaykh and his associates used the notion of the ethic of responsibility to save the Hanbali-Wahhabi corporation's influence and role.

Keywords:   Hanbali-Wahhabi tradition, Pan-Arabism, Islam, Muslims, ethic of responsibility, ulama, Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al al-Shaykh

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