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Deconstructing Salafism in Yemen

Abstract : In the middle east, Salafism has gained prominence during the last two decades. This is especially true in countries such as Kuwait and Saudi Arabia where a political version of Salafism, often labeled sahwa, emerged as a significant social movement. In Yemen, however, the main Salafist trend is characterized by an apparently apolitical stance (...).
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Laurent Bonnefoy. Deconstructing Salafism in Yemen. CTC Sentinel, 2009, 2 (2), pp.13-15. ⟨hal-01022686⟩

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