Once they have gained control of these regions, these "administrations of barbarism” can network with each other and move towards a caliphate (Naji is not clear about the transition from the second to third stage).
one of his favorite tactics was to call jihadis “Qutbis” rather than Salafis, since they agreed with the political doctrines of Sayyid Qutb, a leading jihadi thinker who was executed by the Egyptian government in the 60s. Doing this denied them the legitimacy of being known as Salafis, followers of the pious forefathers, and suggested that they were members of a deviant sect.
With the exception of Ayman al‐Zawahiri’s Knights Under the Banner of the Prophet, the other books discussed below can be found in Arabic on al‐Qa`ida’s premier electronic library, www.tawhed.ws. Zawahiri’s work is readily available online in English translation.
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Naji also worries that low‐ranking members of the movement will initiate their own large‐scale attacks against high‐value targets.
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