Making Sense of Muslim Fundamentalisms: The Clash Within Islam
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About the Author
Nimrod Hurvitz teaches at the Department of Middle East Studies at Ben Gurion University of the Negev. His areas of interest are medieval and modern religio-political movements. His publications have appeared in The American Historical Review, and in the Islamic Legal Studies Program at Harvard Law School.
Eli Alshech is a visiting scholar at the Hebrew University and a government consultant. His research focuses on Islamic fundamentalism, Salafi-Jihadism, "Lone wolf" Terrorism, and Cyber Terrorism. His recent publications pertain to the ideological rift within the Salafi-Jihadi camp, and to the way Jihadists build their authority and legitimacy.