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Jihad İnsight of Islamism Before the Crusades
This article attempts to give some idea of the divergence of opinion on the “universal” and “perpetual” nature of the jihad in the first Islamic century in Syria and the Hijaz, the province of Western Arabia that contains Mecca and Medina. It then tries to show how, in Iraq in the second half of the eighth century, certain normative theories of jihad were accepted which continued to have widespread acceptance through and beyond the period of the Crusades. However, as there are literally hundreds of legal books and other genres of literature that deal with the jihad in the centuries before the Crusades, well over half of which exist only in manuscript, this essay in no way attempts to give a full survey of the normative theories of jihad in the pre-crusading period or to weigh the comparative importance of these theories at different periods.

Keywords
Islam, Christianity, Jihad, Crusades, Siyar and Maghazi


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