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The Origins of Islamic Reformism in Southeast Asia

NETWORKS OF MALAY-INDONESIAN & MIDDLE EASTERN "ULAMA" IN THE SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES (ASAA Southeast Asia Publications)

by Azyumardi Azra

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Published by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion - World Religions,
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • Asia - Southeast Asia,
  • Islam - History,
  • Indonesia,
  • Islam,
  • Middle East,
  • Southeast Asia,
  • Ulama

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8161870M
    ISBN 100824828488
    ISBN 109780824828486


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Professor Azra's meticulous study, using sources from the Middle East itself, shows how scholars in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were reconstructing the intellectual and socio-moral foundation of Muslim societies/5(). This book focuses on developments among women scholars from the pesantren tradition working to develop progressive Islamic religious responses to contemporary gender issues.

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[Azyumardi Azra; Asian Studies Association of Australia.] -- Internationally respected scholar Professor Azyumardi Azra examines the transmission of Islamic reformism from the Middle East to.

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Islam is the most widely practised religion in Southeast Asia, numbering approximately million adherents which translate to about 42% of the entire population, with majorities in Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia as well Pattani in Thailand and parts of Mindanao in the Philippines respectively.

Significant minorities are located in the other Southeast Asian states. The Longest Journey: Southeast Asians and the Pilgrimage to Mecca.

Oxford: Oxford University Press. Azra, Azyumardi. The Origins of Islamic Reformism in Southeast Asia: Networks of Malay-Indonesian and Middle Eastern ‘Ulama in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries.

Honolulu, HI: Allen and Unwin and University of Hawai’i Press; Azra. ISLAMIC REFORMISM IN SOUTH ASIA it insists on the particularism of certain practices which, in fact, are not at all particular to South Asian 'popular' Islam but are found in many Muslim societies (see e.g.

Manger ; Otayek and Soares ). Fourthly, it attributes such practices with fluidity, negotiation. Azra, Azyumardi, The origins of Islamic reformism in Southeast Asia: Networks of Malay–Indonesian and Middle Eastern ’ulama’ in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Crows Nest, NSW, Bulliet, Richard W., ‘ Conversion-based patronage and onomastic evidence in early Islam ’, in Bernards, M.

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Crow’s Nest, Australia: Allen & Unwin, E-mail Citation». Islamic Religious and Ritual Doctrine: Origin: Islam began in the northwest part of Arabia in the 7th century and spread into Syria, Palestine, Iraq, Iran, Central Asia, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, and eventually Spain and Portugal.

Popularity: The most populous Islamic country in the world is Indonesia in Southeast Asia. Other principal countries of Islamic belief.

Islamic Societies to the Nineteenth Century A Global History. Get access. The Origins of Islamic Reformism in Southeast Asia: Transcending Borders: Arabs, Politics, Trade and Islam in Southeast Asia, Leiden, ; U.

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Among others, Professor Azyumardi Azra elucidated the intellectual genealogy of the Southeast Asian ulama and their networks in the 17th and 18th centuries, based on contemporary Arabic, Malay and other source material in his book, “The Origins of Islamic Reformism in Southeast Asia, ().” This book had a great impact not only on the.

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London: Allen & Unwin, E-mail Citation». The areas of his interest include Islam and Arabs in Southeast Asia, Islamic revivalism, and British colonial rule in the Middle East.

He has published in Arabic and English, including his latest edited book"Al- Ath r al-K mila li Mujallat al-Man r an Jan b Sharq Asiya," 2. From: Atlas of Islamic History Map 30 - The Spread of Islam in Southeast Asia cc). Atlas provides the main outlines of Islamic history from the immediate pre-Islamic period until the end ofthat is, before most parts of the Muslim world became sovereign nation : Ali Houissa.

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In this book, he revealed that Islamic Reformism and neo-Sufism, which flourished from the 19th century, had in fact, originally begun much earlier, and produced evidence to demonstrate that they had been formed through communication and interaction between the two regions.

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Often called the “Muslim archipelago,” Southeast Asia is one of the most populous parts of the Islamic world. There are more than million Muslims in this sub-region of Asia, counting for about 42 per cent of the total Southeast Asian population, or about 25 per cent of the total world Muslim population estimated at billion.

The marks of Islamic art in Southeast Asia are subtly embedded in expressions of an artistic heritage that preceded waves of foreign influences from the Asian mainland and beyond. Southeast Asia is, in fact, noted for strong cultural moorings, with influences from China, India, and other parts overlaid on the indigenous without diminishing it.

This book looks at Islam and its strategic implications for Southeast Asia. Part I outlines Islamic doctrine and traces the history and growth of Islamic economic institutions in the region. In Part II, politics, governance, civil society and gender issues are examined in Cited by: Book Description.

The Islamic community in Southeast Asia is widely regarded as one of the most moderate and tolerant in the Muslim world. While most of the region’s Muslims are Sunni and fairly orthodox, the Islamic faith as practised in the region has historically been a syncretic blend of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and folk religions.

A mujaddid (Arabic: مجدد ‎), is an Islamic term for one who brings "renewal" (تجديد tajdid) to the religion. According to the popular Muslim tradition, it refers to a person who appears at the turn of every century of the Islamic calendar to revive Islam, cleansing it of extraneous elements and restoring it to its pristine contemporary times, a mujaddid is looked upon as.

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Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, This text outlines the history of the interconnections between Muslim scholars from Southeast Asia and the Middle East and their intellectual.The Islamic community in Southeast Asia is widely regarded as one of the most moderate and tolerant in the Muslim world.

While most of the region's Muslims are Sunni and fairly orthodox, the Islamic faith as practised in the region has historically been a syncretic blend of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and folk religions.