Usman bin Bashar, the historian of the Wahhabi movement, calls the
Wahhabi army’s attacks on the Arab tribes as ‘holy wars’. This explicitly means
that they considered the whole of the world except themselves ‘disbelievers’
and ‘idolaters’. In fact, they suspected Muslims so much that they considered
the era between Ibn Taymiyyah and Ibn Abdul Wahhab as ‘the age of darkness’.
When this belief of exclusivism got synchronized with the hardcore Najdi
nature, there emerged a sculpture of terrorism…