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Muslims in the Philippines
Muslim minorities in Southeast Asia have received various degrees of public attention during the last few decades. Their demand for more political and cultural participation has pressurizedExpand
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Constructing an Islamic Model in Two Malaysian States: PAS Rule in Kelantan and Terengganu
This paper deals with the various meanings attached to the models of Islamic governance in contemporary Malaysia, particularly with the ones introduced by Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS). Rather thanExpand
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Indian Muslims in Malaysia: Images of Shifting Identities in the Multi-ethnic State
Abstract Malaysia's multi-ethnic society has inherited colonial categorizations of race in which Malay, Chinese and Indian communities have been construed as homogeneous blocs. This paper traces theExpand
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Beyond ‘Terrorism’ and ‘State Hegemony’: assessing the Islamist mainstream in Egypt and Malaysia
International networks of Islamic ‘terrorism’ have served as the most popular explanation to describe the phenomenon of political Islam since the 11 September attacks. This paper argues that both theExpand
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Malaysia and the Developing World: The Asian Tiger on the Cinnamon Road
1. Introduction: Trends, Visions and Concepts in the Developing World between the Middle East, the Silk Road and the Lands beyond the Winds 2. New Theoretical Meanings? Transnationalism, Networks andExpand
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Reading failure: a language-based problem.
  • J. Stark
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • ASHA
  • 1 December 1975
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Contesting models of Islamic governance in Malaysia and Indonesia
This article suggests that there is much to be learnt from studying Islam in Malaysia and Indonesia comparatively to trace their emerging similarities. Various models of an Islamic state, be it byExpand
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