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Cairo and the Printing Press as the Modes in the Dissemination of Muhammad 'Abduh's Reformism to Colonial Malaya

@inproceedings{Zakariya2011CairoAT,
  title={Cairo and the Printing Press as the Modes in the Dissemination of Muhammad 'Abduh's Reformism to Colonial Malaya},
  author={Hafiz Zakariya},
  year={2011}
}
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 reformists urged the umma to revitalize their conditions -eliminate intellectual stagnation; to reform their morality, social life, economy and politics; and to reinterpret relevant aspects of the Islamic tradition to make it compatible with modern living. It not only made its way to the Middle East, but it also… Expand
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