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The American Evangelical Christians and the U.S. Middle East policy: A case study of the Christians United for Israel (CUFI)
This study examines the relationship between religious belief and interest group activism in influencing American foreign policy making by highlighting a group within the American EvangelicalExpand
Education and Writing Culture in the Sultanate of Riau-Lingga during the Early Nineteenth Century
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Historically, the Riau-Lingga Sultanate (1824-1911), is renowned for its significant economic,Expand
FROM RIAU TO SINGAPORE: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF THE RUSHDIAH CLUB’S MAJOR PUBLISHED WRITINGS (CA. 1890-1950)
This study examines the prominent Malay literary organization in the Sultanate of Riau-Lingga: Rushdiah Club’s writing and printing activities. It provides a descriptive content analysis of books onExpand
Islamic Reform in Malaya: The Contribution of Shaykh Tahir Jalaluddin
Abstract: Reformation of religion does not entail changing the very teaching of Islam or the introduction of un-Islamic elements into Islam. Rather reformation of religion is a return to the originalExpand
Comparing selected higher education systems in Asia
This book reports a comparison of a selected higher education systems or selected countries in the Asia Pacific.
Cairo and the Printing Press as the Modes in the Dissemination of Muhammad 'Abduh's Reformism to Colonial Malaya
The second half of the 19 th to the early 20 th century witnessed the emergence of Islamic reformism as exemplified by Muhammad 'Abduh (d.1905) and Muhammad Rashid Rida (d. 1935). These reformistsExpand
Revisiting relations between the British and the Malay establishments in Malaya
This paper examines the relations between the Malay establishments (Malay Sultans and Chiefs) and the British colonial government in Malaya from 19th to early 20th centuries. It reassesses theExpand
From Masjidul Haram to Bukittinggi? Islamic reform in West Sumatra
Islamic reform in Minangkabau region predated 1803 with the return of three famous hajis from Makakh. Indeed, it started with the three hajis' own teacher, Tuanku Nan Tua at Kota Tua Empat Angkat,Expand
The Anjuman-i-Islam: brief profiles of its prominent members
The Anjuman-i-Islam was established in 1921 during Khwaja Kamaluddin’s visit to Singapore. In fact, Anjuman-i- Islam, was considered as a branch of Khwaja Kamaluddin’s own organization, MuslimExpand
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