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Pan-Islam

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Movements to unify the Muslim world, particularly in reaction against Western threats of encroachment. Theoretically, Pan-Islam is a natural expression of the fundamental and necessary ...

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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions

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...-Islam . Movements to unify the Muslim world, particularly in reaction against Western threats of encroachment. Theoretically, Pan-Islam is a natural expression of the fundamental and necessary Muslim concept of ʾumma , but its realization in practice is...

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World

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...The Islamic Congress at Jerusalem in December 1931. ” In Survey of International Affairs , 1934, edited by A. J. Toynbee , pp. 99–109. London, 1935. Keddie, Nikki R. “ Pan-Islam as Proto-Nationalism. ” Journal of Modern History 41, no. 1 (March 1969): 17–28. Important historical analysis. Kidwai, Mushir Hosain . Pan-Islamism . London, 1908. Kramer, Martin . Islam Assembled . New York, 1986. Pan-Islamic congresses. Landau, Jacob M. “ Al-Afghānī's Panislamic Project. ” Islamic Culture 26, no. 3 (July 1952): 50–54. Landau, Jacob M. The Politics of Pan-Islam:...

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Jacob M. Landau and Joseph A. Kéchichian

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics

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...Pan-Islamic organizations. Maududi, Sayyid Abul Aʿla . Unity of the Muslim World . Lahore, Pakistan: Islamic Publications, 1967. Distinguished Pakistani's thoughts on Pan-Islam. Qureshi, M. Naeem . “Bibliographic Soundings in Nineteenth-Century Pan-Islam in South Asia.” Islamic Quarterly 24, nos. 1–2 (1980): 22–34. Systematic bibliographic survey. Qureshi, M. Naeem . Pan-Islam in British Indian Politics: A Study of the Khilafat Movement, 1918–1924 . Leiden, Netherlands: E. J. Brill, 1999. Sheikh, Naveed S. The New Politics of Islam: Pan-Islamic...

Pan-Islam

Pan-Islam  

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Movements to unify the Muslim world, particularly in reaction against Western threats of encroachment. Theoretically, Pan-Islam is a natural expression of the fundamental and necessary Muslim concept ...
Pan-Islamism

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The Oxford Dictionary of Islam

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...Pan-Islamism Ideology calling for sociopolitical solidarity among all Muslims. Has existed as a religious concept since the early days of Islam. Emerged as a modern political ideology in the 1860s and 1870s at the height of European colonialism, when Turkish intellectuals began discussing and writing about it as a way to save the Ottoman Empire from fragmentation. Became the favored state policy during the reign of Sultan Abdulhamid II (r. 1876–1909 ) and was adopted and promoted by members of the ruling bureaucratic and intellectual elites of the empire....

37 The History of the Book in Sub-Saharan Africa

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...North America after 1822 , the American Colonisation Society having been established in 1816 to facilitate their return. West African intellectuals including E. W. Blyden , Samuel Ajayi Crowther , and J. E. Casely Hayford produced early works central to forging notions of pan-African identity. Crowther’s The Gospel on the Banks of the Niger ( 1859 ) recorded his prescient concern with the importance of written forms in securing the influence of Christianity in the region; his legacy in making the Bible available in Hausa is particularly valuable....

Pan-Turkism

Pan-Turkism  

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Pan-Turkism (ittihad-ı Etrak) or Turkish nationalism (Türkçülük) is an ideology and movement for the unity of Turkish peoples. In the second half of the nineteenth century, an increased awareness ...
Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi

Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi  

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(d. 2000)A leading religious scholar and Muslim public intellectual of contemporary India and the author of numerous books on history, biography, contemporary Islam, and the Muslim community in ...
Pan-Turanism

Pan-Turanism  

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Nationalist ideology that emerged in Ottoman Turkey during the Young Turk era (1908–18) in response to the failure of Ottomanism in the face of other nationalisms (Greek, Arab, Armenian) in the ...
Organization of the Islamic Conference

Organization of the Islamic Conference  

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Founded in 1971 in the aftermath of a 1969 fire at the al-Aqsa mosque. Primary goals are the promotion of Islamic solidarity among member states; consolidation of cooperation in economic, social, ...
Partai Islam Se-Malaysia

Partai Islam Se-Malaysia  

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Islamic Party of Malaysia. Formed in 1951 by members of three political parties (Malay Nationalist Party, Hizbul Muslimin, and United Malays National Organization) and registered as a political party ...
Jamiat al-Dawah wa'l-Irshad

Jamiat al-Dawah wa'l-Irshad  

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Society of Call and Guidance. Society founded by Muhammad Rashid Rida in 1911 in Egypt to serve as the cornerstone of Ottoman pan-Islamic activities. Revived in 1931 at the General Islamic Congress ...
Ali Suavi

Ali Suavi  

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(d. 1878)Journalist and political activist in the Ottoman Empire. Briefly involved in the establishment of the Young Ottoman movement but broke with more liberal reformers. Emphasized the Islamic ...
Yashruti Tariqah

Yashruti Tariqah  

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Reformist branch of the Shadhili tariqah founded by Ali Nur al-Din al-Yashruti. Centered in Palestine, but spread throughout Syria and North and East Africa. Particularly active in East Africa, where ...
Ayaz Ishaki

Ayaz Ishaki  

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(d. 1954)Tatar political activist and writer who promoted Turkic unity and national autonomy for the Volga-Ural Muslims. His writings reflected the ideals of enlightenment, justice, and economic and ...
Harakat ul-Ansar/Harakat ul-Mujahidin

Harakat ul-Ansar/Harakat ul-Mujahidin  

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Militant Pakistan-based organization active in Indian-held Kashmir. Originated as a part of the Afghan Islamic resistance against the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan in the 1980s. Founded as Harakat ...
Nadwat al-Ulama

Nadwat al-Ulama  

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Reformist school founded in India by Sayyid Muhammad Ali Mongiri in Lucknow in 1894. It aimed to train ulama who would promote traditional religious knowledge and national Muslim leadership using ...
Jamiat al-Shubban al-Muslimin

Jamiat al-Shubban al-Muslimin  

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A pan-Islamic Egyptian political association founded in 1927 in Cairo. Formed on the model of the YMCA, and often referred to as the Young Men's Muslim Association (YMMA), it was created following ...
Ideology and Islam

Ideology and Islam  

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Most Muslims claim that “Islam is one” and offers a blueprint for all aspects of life. Islam increasingly occupies a special place in school curricula, and states seek to control what is said in ...
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The idea that the Arabs are a distinct people with a common language, history, and culture. Pan‐Arabism emerged in the former Arab provinces of the Ottoman Empire. When the shock of the disappearance ...

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