Word usage examples
They brought with them the only version of Islam permitted in Saudia Arabia: Wahhabism, the harshest and most intolerant creed within Islam.
Ibn Taimiyyah, through the founders of Wahhabism, through the Muslim Brotherhood, to Sayyid Qutb.
The time perhaps may come, and perhaps not far distant, when the Turks will disappear altogether from Arabia, and Wahhabism and independent tribes will alone remain.
But Wahhabism goes much further, calling for the complete rejection and destruction of anything and everything not based on the original teachings of Muhammad.
Kane absently noted rhythmic syllabism in their subdued croaking-dirge—like in its ominous tone of mingled dread and expectancy.
Kane absently noted rhythmic syllabism in their subdued croaking-dirge--like in its ominous tone of mingled dread and expectancy.