Wahhab and Wahhabism Research Paper by The Research Group

Wahhab and Wahhabism
A discussion of the life experiences, works and religious movement of the founder of Wahhabism.
# 72748 | 4,050 words | 0 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in History (Religion) , Religion and Theology (Islam)

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This paper discusses the life and religious work of Sheikh Muhammad Al-Wahhab, founder of Wahhabism. The paper describes Al-Wahhab's determination to rid Islam of Muslim decadence and return to the pure practices of Islam prior to the 11th Century.

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"During the first half of the twelfth century Hijra degradation and decline marked the fall of the Islamic World. Gloom and darkness were ushered into this world through moral degradation and rampant corruption. As for Islam, decadence and decline were also the norm. A number of practices related to polytheism had come to supplant the pure and austere monotheism, such as superstitious practices and mysticism. Islamic Mosques stood empty, unfrequented and even deserted. The ignorant multitude decked out in..."

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