The Life and Legacy of Jamal Al-Din Al-Afghani

Jamal Al-Din Al-Afghani was a contentious figure whose ideas formed the foundation of both Islamist thought and Islamic Reformism. He spent his career wandering throughout the Middle East, India and Europe — and he was often exiled for his controversial ideas. 


In this first installment of Diwaniyya's Biography Series, former Dayan Center Director Martin Kramer discusses the life and legacy of the man whose friend, Wilfrid Blunt, called a "wild man of genius." 

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Credits
Ben Silsbee - Producer, Host, Editor
Alona Ferber - Executive Producer
Shoshi Shmuluvitz - Executive Producer, Assistant Editor, Engineer

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