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This monograph examines the convergence of the war on terror on Saudi soil, calls for and modest programs of political reform, and heightened post-9/11 tensions with the United States. Saudi Arabia has been condemned for its Wahhabist version of Islam, and linked to the growth of salafist extremism operating locally, regionally, and internationally. This monograph more clearly defines the background and nature of today's Islamic threat in Saudi Arabia, and argues for continuing counter- and anti-terrorist measures but also for political reform and development.
Saudi Arabia, Islam, Political Reform, terrorism, Zuhur, Middle East, al-Qaeda, Arabian Peninsula, QAP, Islamic extremism, salafism, counterterrorism, Wahhabism, oil security, political reform elections, U.S.-Saudi relations, anti-Americanism, human rights, Saudization, Muslim clergy
Zuhur, Sherifa D. Dr., "Saudi Arabia: Islamic Threat, Political Reform, and the Global War on Terror" (2005). Monographs, Books, and Publications. 754.