Dr. Safar al-Hawali’s name is back in the spotlight following the “campaign” which accompanied the “huge” book attributed to him – Muslims and western civilization – which is over 3,000 pages.
What’s strange is that Hawali has suffered a stroke in 2005 and it has affected him just like it would affect anyone who suffers from such a hardship.
So how could he be so lengthy in addressing Arab transformations in general and specifically Saudi transformations and put them under the Sahawist x-ray of political Islam groups’ laboratories with their Sururist-Qutbist version?
Anyway, according to the few parts reviewed, this type of thinking and analysis harmonizes with Safar al-Hawali’s own intellectual and political history.
Safar al-Hawli represented the theoretical spearhead of the Saudi Sururist Movement, and was a close student of Muhammad Qutb, the brother of Sayyid QutbMashari Althaydi