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  1. Islamisation and Militarisation of Pak Society.Rajkumar Singh - 2017 - Human and Social Studies. Research and Practice 6 (2):133-144.
    It is in the name of Islam that the country has created an image of being the most potent source of religious terrorism, which poses a threat to peace and stability in large parts of the globe. This conception of a Pakistani ideology and Pakistani identity based on Islam was put forward by the religious circles rather than the founding fathers of the nation. At the time of independence even the secular ideologists were also looking at Islam as the key (...)
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  • Indian Muslims’ Support for Ottoman Pan-Islamism: The Case of Shibli Nu’Mani.Arshad Islam - forthcoming - Intellectual Discourse:197-220.
    Following their violent suppression of the Indian Revolution of1857, the British founded and consolidated their secular empire in the IndianSubcontinent, which marginalized and bypassed religion as far as possible,particularly Islam, which had been the official religion of the Mughal ancienrégime. Contemporaneous Ottoman efforts to counter European imperialism ledto Sultan Abdul Hamid II’s policy of pan-Islamism, particularlythe call for Islamic unity against the Russian aggression against Turkey in1877. It was at this critical juncture that some Indian Muslim scholars gallantlyvolunteered to counter (...)
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  • Allama Shibli and the Early Muslim League: A Dissenting Voice.Arshad Islam - 2013 - Intellectual Discourse 21 (2).
    The All-India Muslim League was formed in 1906, with the primary aim to improve the educational and socioeconomic status of Muslims. Allama Shibli Nu‘mani put forward an argument in support of Muslims recovering from the political stupor into which they had fallen after the British suppression of the 1857 uprising. He encouraged Muslims to participate in democratic politics in India, departing from the educational focus of his mentor, Sir Saiyid Ahmad Khan. Shibli advanced a strong critique of the Muslim League’s (...)
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