Fawaz A. Gerges
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An authoritative introduction to ISIS—now expanded and revised to bring events up to the present
The Islamic State stunned the world with its savagery, destructiveness, and military and recruiting successes. However, its most striking and distinctive characteristic was its capacity to build governing institutions and a theologically grounded national identity. What explains the rise of ISIS and the caliphate, and what does it portend for the future of the Middle East? In this book, one of the world’s leading authorities on political Islam and jihadism sheds new light on these questions. Moving beyond journalistic accounts, Fawaz Gerges provides a clear and compelling explanation of the deeper conditions that fuel ISIS. This new edition brings the story of ISIS to the present, covering key events—from the military defeat of its territorial state to the death of its leader al-Baghdadi—and analyzing how the ongoing Syrian, Iraqi, and Saudi-Iranian conflict could lead to ISIS’s revival.
Shia Islam, Political Council for the Iraqi Resistance, Ideology, Apostasy, Warfare, Jihadism, War, Sunni Islam, Combatant, Iranian Revolution, Faith campaign, Islamism, Suicide attack, Anti-Americanism, Mujahideen, Iraqis, Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Taliban, Al-Qaeda, Abu Yahya al-Libi, Haji Bakr, Saddam Hussein, 2003 invasion of Iraq, Abu Fatima al-Jaheishi, Jihad, Arab Spring, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Wahhabism, Khums, Insurgency, Sharia, Superiority (short story), Al-Tawhid Brigade, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Ba'athism, Syrian civil war, Blitzkrieg, Abu Ghraib prison, Free Syrian Army, Fall of Mosul, Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, Peace Companies, Gulf War, Self-immolation, Osama bin Laden, Nationalist faction (Spanish Civil War), War crime, Al-Nusra Front, Abu Anas al-Shami, Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad, Terrorism in the United States, General Military Council for Iraqi Revolutionaries, God, Sons of Iraq, American-led intervention in Syria, Total war, Anwar al-Awlaki, War economy, Islamic State of Iraq, Adnan al-Aroor, Shock and awe, Armed Islamic Group of Algeria, Cataclysm (Dragonlance), Caliphate, Islam, Peter Bergen, Muslims (nationality), Salafi jihadism, Zealots (Judea), The Islamist, Mujahideen Shura Council (Iraq), Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, Syrian opposition, Association of Muslim Scholars, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Anti-Shi'ism, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, Counter-insurgency, Haytham Manna, Islamic extremism, Terrorism, Oppression, Ba'ath Party, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, English Defence League, Abu Qatada, Iraq War, Ansar al-Islam, Muqtada al-Sadr, Security dilemma, Muntada al-Ansar, Ahrar al-Sham, Popular Mobilization Forces, Islamic Front for the Iraqi Resistance, Abu Muslim al-Turkmani, De-Ba'athification, Activism, Khawarij, Management of Savagery