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‘Abdu, Muhammad

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The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Islamic Philosophy

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Muhammad ‘Abdu was born in 1849 in lower Egypt and received a traditional religious education at home, in Tanta and

ʿAbduh, Muḥammad

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World

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Muḥammad ʿAbduh (1849–1905)was an Egyptianscholar and reformer and a leading architect of Islamic modernism. Muḥammad ʿAbduh was

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The Oxford Dictionary of Islam

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(d. 1905)

Egyptian scholar, journalist, theologian, jurist, grand mufti, and reformer, regarded as an architect of Islamic modernism. Educated

ʿAbduh, Muḥammad

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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions

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(1849–1905 (ah 1266–1322).

Egyptian Muslim theologian, known as al-ustad al-iman (master and guide). He was the founder

al- Azhar

al- Azhar  

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Founded in 969/970, this Cairene university may have been named for the prophet Muhammad's daughter Fatimah “al-Zahra” (the brilliant), the eponymous ancestor of the Fatimids, founder of Cairo. ...
Burhanuddin al-Helmy

Burhanuddin al-Helmy  

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(1329–89 / 1911–69)Burhanuddin bin Haji Muhammad Nor, better known as Burhanuddin al-Helmy, was a thinker-cum-politician in the transition era of pre- and post-independence Malaysia. He was born into ...
consensus

consensus  

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1. General agreement about some issue within a group or in public opinion: compare dissensus.2. Shared ideas, norms, and values in a society (for functionalists, particularly Parsons, the basis of ...
exegesis

exegesis  

Critical interpretation or explanation of a text, traditionally associated with religious scriptures, but now used with reference to close readings and analyses of any text.
fundamentalism

fundamentalism  

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A form of Protestant Christianity which upholds belief in the strict and literal interpretation of the Bible, including its narratives, doctrines, prophecies, and moral laws. Also, strict maintenance ...
Ḥasan al-Bannā’

Ḥasan al-Bannā’  

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(1906–49).The founder and leader of al-Ikhwān al-Muslimūn in Egypt. Ḥasan al-Bannā’ studied at al-Azhar and qualified as a teacher. In 1928, he founded the al-Ikhwān at Ismaʿiliyya. He attracted ...
Hüseyin Efendi Cozo

Hüseyin Efendi Cozo  

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(1330–1402 / 1912–82)Hüseyin Efendi was born in Bare, a village of Gorajde (Bosnia) on 17 Rajab 1330 / 3 July 1912, and died in Sarajevo on 6 Shawwal 1402 ...
Islamic State

Islamic State  

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Modern ideological position associated with political Islam. In classical theory, the Islamic concept of state is based on the principles of group/community, justice, and leadership. The legitimacy ...
Ismail Gaspirali

Ismail Gaspirali  

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(1851–1914)The famous Turkish intellectual, political activist and educationist of czarist Russia, Gaspıralı (also known by the Russian version of his name, Gasprinski) was born in Bhçesaray, Crimea. ...
Jamal al-Din al- Afghani

Jamal al-Din al- Afghani  

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(d. 1897)Thinker and political activist. Born and raised in Iran, although claimed to be of Afghan origin. Educated in Iran and Iraq. Traveled to India, where he came into contact with British ...
jihad

jihad  

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A holy war undertaken by Muslims against unbelievers. The name comes from Arabic jihād, literally ‘effort’, expressing, in Muslim thought, struggle on behalf of God and Islam.
Mehmet Akіf Ersoy

Mehmet Akіf Ersoy  

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(1873–1936)The pan-Islamist thinker and the poet of the Turkish national anthem, Mehmet Akif Ersoy was born in Fatih, Istanbul. He received his early education in Fatih and learned Arabic ...
miracle

miracle  

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A surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency. Recorded from Middle English, the word comes via Old ...
Modernism

Modernism  

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Islamic modernism—the reform of Islamic tradition through emphasis on the Quran and Sunnah to meet the needs of modern society, including its institutions and technology—arose in the nineteenth ...
Muhammad Rashid Rida

Muhammad Rashid Rida  

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(d. 1935)Syrian Islamic revivalist, reformer, and writer. Lived in Egypt from 1897 until his death. Close associate and disciple of Muhammad Abduh. Published the journal Al-manar to articulate and ...
Mustafa al- Maraghi

Mustafa al- Maraghi  

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(d. 1945)Egyptian modernist reformer and rector of al-Azhar. Called for social, legal, and educational reforms. Pursued an aggressive campaign to integrate modern sciences into al-Azhar's curriculum. ...

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