Top Islamist cleric 'detained by Saudi authorities'

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Turkey, Saudi and the Caliphate Movement | Sheikh Imran Hosein

Sheikh Imran Hosein on Turkey, Mustafa Kamal, Saudi and the Caliphate movement. And how eventually the caliphate was abolished. The Caliphate, The Hijaz and the Saudi Wahabi Nation State (http://imranhosein.org/media/books/caliphate.pdf)

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Top Islamist cleric 'detained by Saudi authorities'
Top Islamist cleric 'detained by Saudi authorities'

Rights campaigners and online activists say Sheikh Safar al-Hawali has been taken into custody Saudi Arabia has detained a prominent Islamist scholar, activists said Thursday, in a widening crackdown on dissent in the ultra-conservative kingdom, which is undergoing sweeping economic and social reforms. Rights campaigners and online activists said Sheikh Safar al-Hawali, a Sunni Islamist scholar and leading figure in Saudi Arabia's Islamic Sahwa reformist movement, had been taken into custody. Th...

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