Bernard Haykel

Professor of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University

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Professor of near eastern studies at Princeton University and author of Revival and Reform in Islam: The Legacy of Muhammad Al-Shawkani and a forthcoming book on Wahabism, the Saudi religious movement; former associate professor of Islamic studies at New York University; 2005 Carnegie Scholar

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If you want to understand ISIS and violent Muslim extremists… read their poetry.  That’s according to Robyn Creswell, poetry editor of the Paris Review, and Bernard Haykel, professor…

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