Milestones: [Original Version]
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 08/07/2017 - 98 من الصفحات
Milestones (arabic: Ma'alim fi al-Tariq) formed the ideology of an array of Islamic parties, groups, movements and terrorist organizations. The author Sayyid Qutb was hanged in 1966 in Egypt for writing this book. This book is sometimes referred to as the manifesto of radical Islamic movements all across the spectrum.Milestones, first published in 1964, is a short (12 chapters, 160 pages) book by Egyptian Islamist author Sayyid Qutb in which he lays out a plan and makes a call to action to re-create the Muslim world on strictly Quranic grounds, casting off what Qutb calls Jahiliyyah.Ma'alim fi al-Tariq has been called "one of the most influential works in Arabic of the last half century" It is probably Qutb's most famous and influential work and one of the most influential Islamist tracts written. It has also become a manifesto for the ideology of "Qutbism". Commentators have both praised Milestones as a ground-breaking, inspirational work by a hero and a martyr, and reviled it as a prime example of unreasoning entitlement, self-pity, paranoia, and hatred that has been a major influence on Islamist terrorism.English translations of the book are usually entitled simply "Milestones", the book is also sometimes referred to as "Signposts". The title Ma'alim fi al-Tariq translates into English as "Milestones Along the Way", "Signposts on the Road", or different combinations thereof.
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