SUFISM AND DIALECTIC OF OPPOSITES IN IRAQ
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue Issue 37 part 1, Pages 59-88
AbstractThe political and social developments in Iraq after 2003 led to the decline and decline of "Sufism" as one of the most important components of community unity in Iraq, which formed a fertile environment for the growth of the activity of "Salafia" and terrorist organizations, and the escalation of the Salafist tide in Iraq, which led to the control of the Islamic State organization(ISIS) over a third of the area of the country After the liberation of these areas, "Sufism" witnessed a return. Despite the importance of the political factor in explaining the return of Sufism, the political approach alone is not sufficient to explain these development.
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