This chapter examines the official Wahhabi discourse on the dissemination of Islam (daʿwa) after 9/11, with special emphasis on the doctrinal developments and changes in approaching the “Other” (Muslim and non-Muslim), in general, and on the preaching of Islam, in particular. Note that over the past four decades, and as oil prices skyrocketed, Wahhabi daʿwa has expanded to become globalized. Islamic centers, Muslim charities, mosques, schools, social- welfare projects, and prep schools for imams were all established to bolster this trend.
|Title of host publication||Culture of Daʻwa|
|Subtitle of host publication||Preaching in the Modern World|
|Editors||Itzchak Weismann, Jamal Malik|
|Place of Publication||Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Publisher||Utah State University Press|
|Number of pages||18|
|State||Published - Oct 2020|