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Reinventing jihād : jihād ideology from the conquest of Jerusalem to the end of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249)

Kenneth Goudie (UGent)
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In Reinventing Jihād, Kenneth A. Goudie provides a detailed examination of the development of jihād ideology from the Conquest of Jerusalem to the end of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249). By analysing the writings of three scholars - Abū al Ḥasan al Sulamī (d. 500/1106), Ibn ʻAsākir (d. 571/1176), and ʻIzz al-Dīn al-Sulamī (d. 660/1262) - Reinventing Jihād demonstrates that the discourse on jihād was much broader than previously thought, and that authors interwove a range of different understandings of jihād in their attempts to encourage jihād against the Franks. More importantly, Reinventing Jihad demonstrates that whilst the practice of jihād did not begin in earnest until the middle of the twelfth century, the same cannot be said about jihād ideology: interest in jihād ideology was reinvigorated almost from the moment of the arrival of the Franks.
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History, To 1500, Jihad, Ibn ʻAsākir, Arbaʻūn ḥadīthan fī al-ḥathth ʻalá al-jihād, Kitāb al-jihād, Sulamī, ʻAlī ibn Ṭāhir, Sulamī, ʻIzz al-Dīn ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz ibn ʻAbd al-Salām

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MLA
Goudie, Kenneth. Reinventing Jihād : Jihād Ideology from the Conquest of Jerusalem to the End of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249). Vol. 4. Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2019. Print.
APA
Goudie, K. (2019). Reinventing jihād : jihād ideology from the conquest of Jerusalem to the end of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249) (Vol. 4). Leiden ; Boston: Brill.
Chicago author-date
Goudie, Kenneth. 2019. Reinventing Jihād : Jihād Ideology from the Conquest of Jerusalem to the End of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249). Vol. 4. Leiden ; Boston: Brill.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Goudie, Kenneth. 2019. Reinventing Jihād : Jihād Ideology from the Conquest of Jerusalem to the End of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249). Vol. 4. Leiden ; Boston: Brill.
Vancouver
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Goudie K. Reinventing jihād : jihād ideology from the conquest of Jerusalem to the end of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249). Leiden ; Boston: Brill; 2019.
IEEE
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K. Goudie, Reinventing jihād : jihād ideology from the conquest of Jerusalem to the end of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249), vol. 4. Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2019.
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  author       = {Goudie, Kenneth},
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Reinventing jihād : jihād ideology from the conquest of Jerusalem to the end of the Ayyūbids (c. 492/1099-647/1249)},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004410718},
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