Table of contents for From Muhammad to Bin Laden : religious and ideological sources of the homicide bombers phenomenon / David Bukay.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction: 
The Essence of the Issue
Chapter One:
Jihad and Da`wah in the Qur'an and Hadith
Jihad against Polytheism, Hypocrisy, and Apostasy
Sanctioning Jihad and Its Rewards
Jihad in the Hadith
The Da`wah in the Qur`an and Hadith
Chapter Two: 
Defensive or Offensive Jihad 
Stage One: Defensive Behavior and Attitude Commanded
Stage Two: Defensive Jihad
a) 	The Battle of Badr (Ma`rakat Badr-March 624)
b) 	The Battle of Uhud (Ma`rakat Uhud-March 625)
c) 	The Trench War (Ghazawat al-Khandaq-627)
Stage Three: Offensive Jihad Commanded
a) 	The Hudaybiyah Agreement and the Fall of Mecca
b) 	The Conquest of Mecca
Stage Four: Total Offensive Jihad under the Khulafaa
a)	The Jihad Conquests of Iraq, Persia, Greater Syria, and Egypt
b) 	The Jihad Conquests of the Umayyads
Chapter Three:
Islam and the Other 
Tolerance and Egalitarianism in Islam
Jihad against the Believers: The Internal Wars of Islam
a) 	Jihad War against Apostasy-Hurub al-Ridda
b) 	Jihad War against the Khawarij Dissention (Ahl al-Baghi)
c) 	Jihad War against Ahl al-Mukharribun: Political Secessionism
Tolerance in Islam-Ahl al-Dhimma and Ahl al-Kitab
Chapter Four:
Classical and Modern Exegetes of Jihad and Da`wah
Taqi al-Din Ahmad Ibn `Abd al-Halim Ibn Taymiyah
Muhammad Ibn `Abd al-Wahhab and the Wahhabiyah Ideology 
Hasan al-Banna and the Muslim Brotherhood
Abu al-A`la al-Mawdudi and Jama`ati e-Islami
Sayyid Qutb and the Ideology of Apocalyptic Islam
Chapter Five:
The Apocalyptic Global Jihad Groups: From Maktab al-Khidamat to Qa`idat al-Jihad
Abdullah Yussuf Azzam: The Spark That Ignited the Flames
Osama Bin Ladin: The Godfather of Total Islamic Terrorism
Ayman Muhammad Rabi` al-Zawahiri: Architect of Global Jihad
Yousef al-Qaradawi: The Religious Father of the Homicide Bombers
Abu Mus`ab al-Zarqawi: The Prominence of Brutality
Summary:
The End of History or the Clash of Civilizations?
Bibliography
Glossary of Islamic Terms
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jihad -- History.
Daźwah (Islam) -- History.
Terrorism -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
War -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Islamic fundamentalism -- History.
Islam and politics -- History.