This chapter investigates al-Qa'ida's neo-jihadist ideology and compares it with the notion of jihad and the qualifications to it in the Muslim consensus. It also explores the question of who declares jihad, and argues that al-Qa'ida's neo-jihadist dogma is outdated.
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