The Past and Future of Deobandi Islam

    Article by Luv Puri Nov 03, 2009   History of Deobandi Islam   The Deobandi school of Islam was founded in the latter half of the 19th century. It was part of a series of revivalist movements that were sweeping British India during the time. After the 1857 revolt against the British colonialists, […]


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Islam and Women: The Case of Tablighi Jamaat

Article by Barbara D. Metcalf   The Tablighi Jama`at is a quietest, apolitical movement of spiritual guidance and renewal that originated in the Indian subcontinent, whose networks now reach around the world. Today Tablighi Jama`at’s annual meetings in Pakistan and Bangladesh are attended by over a million people, and, even though meetings in India are […]


  • September 18, 2013
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Darul Uloom Deoband: Stemming the Tide of Radical Islam in India

  RSIS Working Paper by Taberez Ahmed Neyazi S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore.   Abstract   The growing menace of terrorism can be kept in check with the help of influential religious organisations and seminaries. The recent active involvement of Darul Uloom Deoband of India at the civil-society level to build up movement against […]


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The Madrasa at Deoband: A Model for Religious Education in Modern India

    Article by Barbara D. Metcalf (1978)   The Organization of Deoband   The madrasa at Deoband began modestly in I867 in an old mosque, the Chatta Masjid, under a spreading pomegranate tree which still stands. The first teacher and the first pupil, in a coincidence deemed auspicious, were both named Mahmud: Mulla Mahmud, […]


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Traditionalist Islamic Activism: Deoband, Tablighis and Talibs

  Article by Barbara D. Metcalf   “…When the Afghan Taliban entered into the international spotlight at the end of the 20th century, no image was more central than what seemed to be their rigid and repressive control of individual behavior justified in the name of Islam. They set standards of dress and public behavior […]


  • September 18, 2013
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