Pan Islam In British Indian Politics

Pan Islam In British Indian Politics

Author by : M. Naeem Qureshi
Language : en
Publisher by : BRILL
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Description : This book deals with the Khilafat movement (1918-1924) in British India, which aimed at mobilizing pan-Islam for saving Ottoman Turkey from dismemberment and securing political reforms for India. It also examines the gradual transition of Muslim politics from pan-Islam to territorial nationalism.


Pan Islamism

Pan Islamism

Author by : Azmi Özcan
Language : en
Publisher by : BRILL
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Description : This important study examines the religio-political relations between Indian Muslims and the Ottomans between 1877 and 1924, as well as the British attitude towards the Pan-Islamic developments.


Pan Islamic Connections

Pan Islamic Connections

Author by : Christophe Jaffrelot
Language : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : South Asia is today the region inhabited by the largest number of Muslims---roughly 500 million. In the course of the Islamisation process, which begaun in the eighth century, it developed a distinct Indo-Islamic civilisation that culminated in the Mughal Empire. While paying lip service to the power centres of Islam in the Gulf, including Mecca and Medina, this civilisation has cultivated its own variety of Islam, based on Sufism. Over the last fifty years, pan-Islamic ties have intensified between these two regions. Gathering together some of the best specialists on the subject, this volume explores these ideological, educational and spiritual networks, which have gained momentum due to political strategies, migration flows and increased communications. At stake are both the resilience of the civilisation that imbued South Asia with a specific identity, and the relations between Sunnis and Shias in a region where Saudi Arabia and Iran are fighting a cultural proxy war, as evident in the foreign ramifications of sectarianism in Pakistan. Pan-Islamic Connections investigates the nature and implications of the cultural, spiritual and socio-economic rapprochement between these two Islams.


Hyderabad British India And The World

Hyderabad British India And The World

Author by : Eric Lewis Beverley
Language : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : A study of political possibilities in the era of modern imperialism, from the perspective of the sovereign state of Hyderabad.


The Caliphate Question

The Caliphate Question

Author by : Sean Oliver-Dee
Language : en
Publisher by : Lexington Books
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Description : The Caliphate Question combines the disciplines of theology, history, and international relations in order to approach the complex and sensitive issue of how Western governments_in this case the British_have historically engaged with foreign policy issues that have centered around questions of theology or faith. The British government's approach to policy-making in the field of Islamic governance from the First World War through to the early Cold War is the case study for this book, both because of the extensive documentation that exists on the period and because of its relevance to the current geo-political world. While the book is not a critique of current British foreign policy, it does seek to furnish policy-makers and commentators with a framework within which such increasingly necessary policy-making can be created.


Pan Islamism In India Bengal

Pan Islamism In India Bengal

Author by : Mohammad Shah
Language : en
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Communal And Pan Islamic Trends In Colonial India

Communal And Pan Islamic Trends In Colonial India

Author by : Mushirul Hasan
Language : en
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Description : Papers presented at two seminars organized by the Department of History, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 1979-1980.


Pan Islam

Pan Islam

Author by : Jacob M. Landau
Language : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Few ideas have excited such passions over the years as Pan-Islam, and few have been the subject of so many contradictory interpretations. Based on a shared religious sentiment, the politics of Muslim unity and solidarity have had to contend with the impact of both secularism and nationalism. Professor Landau’s study, first published in 1990 as The Politics of Pan-Islam, is the first comprehensive examination of the politics of Pan-Islam, its ideologies and movements, over the last 120 years. Starting with the plans and activities of Abdülhamid II and his agents, he covers the fortunes of Pan-Islam up to and including the marked increase in Pan-Islamic sentiment and organization in the 1970s and 1980s. The study is based on a scholarly analysis of archival and other sources in many languages. It covers an area from Morocco in the west to India and Pakistan in the east and from Russia and Turkey to the Arabian Peninsula. It will provide a unique reference point for anyone wishing to understand the impact of Pan-Islam on international politics today.


Gandhi

Gandhi

Author by : B.R. Nanda
Language : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : The Hindu–Muslim conflict was a major problem during the nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries. This book shows how Mahatma Gandhi resolved the conflict and even united the Hindus and the Muslims. It presents a detailed introduction to the Khilafat (Pan-Islamist) movement, a venture that Gandhi supported wholeheartedly. The discussion looks at Gandhi’s non-cooperation movement, which, he believed, could help bridge the gap between the two communities. It discusses concepts such as mass civil disobedience and the Caliphate, and studies notable events such as the brief alliance between the British Raj and the Indian Muslims and the Mappila Rebellion. It also takes note of the responses of the British officials towards Gandhi’s efforts and the confrontation that nearly occurred between the Viceroy and Gandhi. The book introduces readers to some of the people who participated and contributed to these events, including the Ali Brothers, Syed Ahmad Khan, and Ameer Ali.


The Politics Of Pan Islam

The Politics Of Pan Islam

Author by : Jacob M. Landau
Language : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Publisher description: Increased interest in international politics with the idea of Pan-Islam has generated many contradictory interpretations. The first and only comprehensive book, in any language, on the politics of Pan-Islam, this non-partisan treatment provides a timely examination of politics, ideologies, and movements of Pan-Islam over the last 120 years. Based on archival and other primary sources, this study covers a broad area, including Morocco, India, Pakistan, Russia, Turkey, and the Arabian Peninsula.