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‘Abdu, Muhammad

‘Abdu, Muhammad (1849–1905)   Reference library

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

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 ...
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 ...
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. ...
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 ...
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 ...
Mustafa Sabri Efendi

Mustafa Sabri Efendi  

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(1869–1954)The last Shaykh al-Islam of the Ottoman Empire, Mustafa Sabri Efendi was born in Tokat, Turkey. He completed his education in Kayseri. He became a teacher at the Fatih ...
Rashid Rida

Rashid Rida  

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(1865–1935)Muhammad Rashid Rida (Ridha) was born in Tripoli, Lebanon and attended a school based on the views of a local shaykh, Husayn al-Jisr, who based the curriculum on the ...

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