The Jamaah Tabligh Movement in Indonesia: Peaceful Fundamentalist

@article{Aziz2004TheJT,
  title={The Jamaah Tabligh Movement in Indonesia: Peaceful Fundamentalist},
  author={Abdul Aziz},
  journal={Studia Islamika},
  year={2004},
  volume={11}
}
The birth of Jamaah Tabligh was in fact a direct reaction to the emergence of aggressive Hindu proselytization movement, such as the Shuddhi (Purifying) and Sangathan (Consolidation) movement, which made wide-reaching attempt in the early 20th century to "return" to Hinduism those who had "left" the religion and converted to Islam during the period of Muslim political power in India. The main target of these right-wing Hindu movements were those they called "borderline Muslims" who still… Expand
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