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  • Page 4: PRINCETON STUDIES IN MUSLIM POLITIC
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  • Page 14: ContentsFOREWORD ixACKNOWLEDGMENTSx
  • Page 22: FOREWORDhow we understand religious
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  • Page 40: 2 INTRODUCTIONformative forces of g
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  • Page 48: 6 INTRODUCTIONA tradition consists
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    8 INTRODUCTIONthinkers among these

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    10 INTRODUCTIONWhile there are vary

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    12 INTRODUCTIONhave historically po

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    14 INTRODUCTIONThe present study bu

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    16 INTRODUCTIONIslamist—trends,an

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    18 CHAPTER 1rimeters by adheringto

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    20 CHAPTER 1(or Fatawa-i ‘Alamgir

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    22 CHAPTER 1it ready made.” 26 Th

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    24 CHAPTER 1matters. While it is po

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    26 CHAPTER 1judge who was not himse

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    28 CHAPTER 1Why were the ‘ulama o

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    30 CHAPTER 1have no effect on the m

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    32 CHAPTER 1tutions through which t

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    34 CHAPTER 1general (political) dim

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    36 CHAPTER 1on its “flexibility

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    IIConstructions of AuthorityONE OF

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    40 CHAPTER 2she tells us little abo

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    42 CHAPTER 2treatise, completed in

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    44 CHAPTER 2tance in Islamic law of

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    46 CHAPTER 2Islam, ‘Uthmani insis

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    48 CHAPTER 2Talal Asad’s definiti

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    50 CHAPTER 2(d. 1949) Fath al-mulhi

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    52 CHAPTER 2of this studycircle is

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    54 CHAPTER 2score the ‘ulama’s

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    56 CHAPTER 2‘Uthmani—a work tha

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    58 CHAPTER 2Karachi wrote for manyy

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    IIIThe Rhetoric of Reform andthe Re

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    62 CHAPTER 3Sunni Muslim states wer

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    64 CHAPTER 3discussion on the refor

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    66 CHAPTER 3dates is better than ca

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    68 CHAPTER 3their uncertainties abo

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    70 CHAPTER 3League, which sought re

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    72 CHAPTER 3that they had studied f

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    74 CHAPTER 3in terms not dissimilar

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    76 CHAPTER 3drasas, continues to pe

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    78 CHAPTER 3all aspects of human li

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    80 CHAPTER 3That government reform

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    82 CHAPTER 3madrasa’s learning bu

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    84 CHAPTER 3reared in the English s

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    86 CHAPTER 3tutes run by the Azhar

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    88 CHAPTER 4The Ambiguities of the

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    90 CHAPTER 4Westernized and unfavor

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    92 CHAPTER 4the Federal Shari‘at

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    94 CHAPTER 4ciples of the Islamic s

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    96 CHAPTER 4uncodified form even as

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    98 CHAPTER 4implementation to deman

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    100 CHAPTER 4In part, this way of l

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    102 CHAPTER 4ments of the state on

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    104 CHAPTER 4political writings mad

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    106 CHAPTER 4that the government wh

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    108 CHAPTER 4and portrayed, of cour

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    110 CHAPTER 4This striking statemen

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    112 CHAPTER 5Aspects of a Sectarian

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    114 CHAPTER 5bearing on sectarian,

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    116 CHAPTER 5path of drastically re

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    118 CHAPTER 5there were dissensions

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    120 CHAPTER 5knew nothing of their

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    122 CHAPTER 5detect a conscious eff

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    124 CHAPTER 5The publications of th

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    126 CHAPTER 5TABLE 1Growth of Madra

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    128 CHAPTER 5TABLE 2Sectarian Riots

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    TABLE 3 cont.Notable Incidences of

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    132 CHAPTER 5honed their polemical

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    134 CHAPTER 5and Shabbir Ahmad ‘U

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    136 CHAPTER 5people, professing som

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    138 CHAPTER 5aspiration involved no

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    140 CHAPTER 5addition to considerin

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    142 CHAPTER 5bin Laden, thirty-thre

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    VIReligiopolitical Activism and the

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    146 CHAPTER 6have characterized as

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    148 CHAPTER 6such powers might, ofc

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    150 CHAPTER 6disapproval ofa govern

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    152 CHAPTER 6The Saudi ‘UlamaThe

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    154 CHAPTER 6sudden surrender witho

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    156 CHAPTER 6That the ‘ulama and

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    158 CHAPTER 6the real cause ofthis

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    160 CHAPTER 6Muslim community, and

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    162 CHAPTER 6tation towards the Ara

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    164 CHAPTER 6ism threatens not only

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    166 CHAPTER 6Islam in India, then i

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    168 CHAPTER 6the duration of their

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    170 CHAPTER 6gress party in power:

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    172 CHAPTER 6claims and prescriptio

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    174 CHAPTER 6source ofmuch ofsuch p

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    176 CHAPTER 6itselfis run by gradua

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    178 CHAPTER 6It is a Shi‘a princi

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    180 CHAPTER 6and circumstances, mus

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    182 EPILOGUEElsewhere Wahid al-din

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    184 EPILOGUEmunity. These interests

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    186 EPILOGUEof the Egyptian ruling

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    188 EPILOGUEOctober 1999 with the e

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    190 EPILOGUElectual sophistication.

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    NotesINTRODUCTION1. Non-English wor

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    NOTES TO INTRODUCTION 19513. Willia

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    NOTES TO INTRODUCTION 197the Age of

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    NOTES TO INTRODUCTION 199struggles

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 1 2018. Ibn ‘Abi

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 1 203decisions be

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 1 205Ian Copland,

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 1 20771. Peter Har

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 2 20911. Metcalf,

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 2 21133. ‘Uthman

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 2 21363. Shabbir A

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 2 21591. Al-Rashid

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 3 217collection of

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 3 21938. Cf. Sayyi

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 3 221For observati

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 3 223Special Refer

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 4 225CHAPTER 4. CO

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 4 227ment of the I

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 4 229in particular

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 4 23172. Taqi ‘U

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 5 23317. See Andre

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 5 235population of

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 5 23764. Jhangawi

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 5 23987. Cf. Ander

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 5 241118. Nasr,

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 5 243138. It is wo

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 6 245sion, see Daw

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 6 24723. Cf. the p

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 6 24969. Friedmann

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 6 25198. Cf. Nadwi

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    NOTES TO CHAPTER 6 253Maahads shall

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    NOTES TO EPILOGUE 255course reminis

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    NOTES TO EPILOGUE 257besides other

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    260 GLOSSARYHanafi — A school of

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    262 GLOSSARYTablighi Jama‘at ofte

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    264 BIBLIOGRAPHYGilmartin and Bruce

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    266 BIBLIOGRAPHYCarroll, Lucy. “T

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    268 BIBLIOGRAPHYFandy, Mamoun. Saud

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    270 BIBLIOGRAPHYGrewal, J. S. In th

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    272 BIBLIOGRAPHYHussain, Fayyaz.

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    274 BIBLIOGRAPHYKhan, Wahid al-din.

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    276 BIBLIOGRAPHYMaley, William, ed.

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    278 BIBLIOGRAPHYMustafa, Hala. Al-N

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    280 BIBLIOGRAPHYRahman, Fazlur. Isl

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    282 BIBLIOGRAPHYCalled ‘Constitut

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    284 BIBLIOGRAPHY‘Uthmani, Muhamma

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    286 BIBLIOGRAPHYAl-Faruq (Karachi)T

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    288 INDEXEgypt (cont) nial rule, 26

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    290 INDEXmadrasas, reform of (cont)

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    292 INDEXSami‘ al-Haqq (cont)Shi

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