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Indian and Pakistani school of Muslim thought with over 200 million followers. The Dar-al-uloom was founded in 1904 by the
in The Oxford Dictionary of Islam
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People of the Prophet's Way and the Community. Also known as Barelvis and Barelwis. Founded in northern India in 1880s,
in Pan-Islamic Connections
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The whole spectrum of Pakistani Sufi orders is represented in the Gulf. They range from the New Age Sufi Islam of Sufi Order International to the Deobandi orthodox Sufism of the...
in Muslims in Ireland
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This chapter introduces various mosques associations for groups such as the Twelver Shiis, Ismailis, Ahmadis, Barelvis and different national and ethnic groups as well as individual...
in Islamic Studies
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The Tablighi Jamaʿat (TJ) is one of the most widespread Sunni islah (reform) and daʿwa (missionary) organizations in the world today. A lay preaching movement, the TJ aims primarily to...
in Journal of Conflict and Security Law
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The concept of Speaking Law to War addresses the interface and perhaps even more, struggle, disguise and tension between law and power. Even a cursory review of literature which endeavours...