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Taqarub is an Islamic doctrine that advocates cordial relations and peaceful coexistence between Muslims and non-Muslims. It also encourages the involvement of groups often excluded by traditionalist Wahhabis, such as Shi'ites or feminists.[1]


  1. ^ Doran, Michael Scott (2004). "The Saudi Paradox". Foreign Affairs (Council on Foreign Relations) 83 (1): 35–51. doi:10.2307/20033827.