We know how the Muslim countries from Indonesia to Morocco were forced to develop an ideology of struggle in order to liberate themselves after the Second World War. This phenomenon did not cease with the restoration of political independence; in addition to the recurring strategies of political and economic domination in the real world, the difficulties of nation building imposed on each country have led to the increasingly pressing recourse to religion as an ideological tool for the leaders, a political base for opposition elements, and an instrument for the promotion of new groups in society.