Chinese Islam: Unity and Fragmentation

@article{AlleS2001ChineseIU,
  title={Chinese Islam: Unity and Fragmentation},
  author={E´Lisabeth Alle¤S and Le{\"i}la Che´rif-Chebbi and Constance-He´le¤ne Halfon},
  journal={Religion, State & Society},
  year={2001},
  volume={31},
  pages={35 - 7}
}
  • E´Lisabeth Alle¤S, Leïla Che´rif-Chebbi, Constance-He´le¤ne Halfon
  • Published 2001
  • Sociology, Philosophy
  • Religion, State & Society
  • This article recounts the main stages of Islam in China in the XXth century, and the extraordinary bloom it lives since the beginning of the eighties. As integral part of Chinese reality, Islam suffered the hazards of the communist regime in the matter of religious policy: tolerance at the very beginning, then prohibition as early as the fifties until the seventies. With the reestablishment of the structures of Chinese Islam, the China Islamic Association (CIA.), under supervision of the… CONTINUE READING
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