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'''Wahabism''' is a faction of [[Islam]] which insists on a literal interpretation of the [[Quran]].
'''Wahabism''' is a faction of [[Islam]] which insists on a literal interpretation of the [[Quran]]. It is described by [[Adam Curtis]]' 2005 documentary, ''[[The Power of Nightmares]]''.
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|Founder(s)||Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab|
Wahabism is a faction of Islam which insists on a literal interpretation of the Quran. It is a source of inspiration for members of ISIL, and of the enemy image of the "Islamic Terrorist". It is described by Adam Curtis' 2005 documentary, The Power of Nightmares.
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|Abu Hamza al Masri||15 April 1958||30 November 2005|
|The Power of Nightmares||film||2004||Adam Curtis||A some-holds-barred look at how fear has come to dominate politics in America, Britain and around the world — which observes that much of that fear is based on an illusion.|
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