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ORIGINS AND OBJECTIVES OF ISLAMIC REVIVALIST THOUGHT, 1750-1850

AHMAD DALLAL

ORIGINS AND OBJECTIVES OF ISLAMIC REVIVALIST THOUGHT, 1750-1850

by AHMAD DALLAL

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Online version of print publication JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY v.113, no.3 (July-September 1993) : 341-359.

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  See also Ahmad Dallal, "The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, ," Journal of the American Oriental Society , no. 3 (): “Islam and the Theology of Power,” In With God on our Side: Politics and Theology of the War on Terrorism. Haykel argues in support of Ahmad Dallal's observation ("The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, ," JAOS []: ) that Shah Wali Allah (d. ), Ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab (d. ), 'Uthman ibn Fudi (d. ), and Muhammad al-Sanusi (d. ), scholars who are often seen as spearheading this "movement," cannot be.

ISLAMIC THOUGHT Friday, 9/ Emergence of Modern Islamic Thought Required readings: Islamic Thought in the Twentieth Century (Taji-Farouki and Nafi), pg Ahmad Dallal, “The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, – ,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol, No.3 (Jul-Sep ): (CANVAS).   See also Ahmad Dallal, "The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, ," Journal of the American Oriental Society /3 (). “Islam and the Theology of Power.” Middle East Report (Winter ): 28 –

In an attempt to investigate Muslim economic thinking in the 12th century Hijrah, corresponding 18th century AD, the present paper explores economic ideas of one of the greatest Muslim personalities of the period, Muhammad b. ‘Abd al-Wahhab (/), who is commonly known as revivalist and renovator of religious beliefs and practices. His interpretive reading of Islam has contributed greatly to the articulation of Islamic revivalist thought and has influenced Muslim thinkers and activists from Morocco to Indonesia.


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3 (Jul. – Sep., ). Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, –,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, (), – A version of Ibn ʿAbd al-Wahhāb’s Nawāqiḍ al-Islām is found in English translation on under the title “What Negates One’s Islam”.

See Cook, Michael, “ On the Origins of Wahhabism,” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Third Series) 2 (): – ; and Dallal, Ahmad, “ The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, –,” Journal of the American Oriental Society (): – ‘ The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, – ’.

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Dallal, Ahmad (), The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, ", Journal of the American Oriental Society, Jul. - Sep., vol.No. 3, pp. DeLong-Bas, Natana J. () Wahhabi Islam: From Revival and Reform to Global Jihad, USA.

In the intervening period between al-Mawdudi's book and al-Khuli's article and between Iqbal's book The Construction of Religious Thought in Islam in its Arabic translation, and Abdul Mit'al al-Si'idi's book Al-Mujadidun fil Islam min al-Qarn al-Awwal ila al-Qarn al-Rabi' Ashr (The proponents of renewal from the first century AH to the.

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7 Ahmad Dallal, “The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, ,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, (), 8 The rise of popular, Sufi oriented Islam in Marshall Hodgson’s “late middle period” of Islamic civilization (ca.

The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, Book. Jan ; J ASIAN STUD Friedrich Hayek denied that the concept of social justice had any practical meaning in a. In this meticulously researched volume, Leonard Wood presents his ground breaking history of Islamic revivalist thought in Islamic law.

Islamic Legal Revival: Reception of European Law and Transformations in Islamic Legal Thought in Egypt, brings to life the tumultuous history of colonial interventions in Islamic legal consciousness during the nineteenth and early twentieth.

The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, Created Date: Z. See “The Origins and Objectives of Islamic Revivalist Thought, ″ by Ahmed Dallal who compares Shaykh Muhammad ibn AbdulWahhab, Shah Waliullah, Imam Sanusi, and Shaykh Uthman Dan Fodio.

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Nasr makes large claims for his biographee, Sayyid Abu l-A la Mawdudi (), founder of the fundamentalist Jama at-i Islami (JI) organization, deeming him without doubt the most influential of contemporary Islamic revivalist thinkers.

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3 (): – A novel study that challenges the view that most Muslim revivalist movements stemmed from the one ideological root of the Wahhābīyah in Arabia.3 A.

Dallal, ‘The origins and objectives of Islamic revivalist thought, –’, in Journal of the American Oriental Society – 4 N. Levtzion and J.O. Voll, ‘Introduction’, in Levtzion and Voll, Eighteenth-Century, 3– 5 J.O.

Voll, ‘Linking groups in the networks of eighteenth-century revivalist scholars. The.