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eBook Islamic Resurgence in South Africa: The Muslim Youth Movement ePub

by A. Tayob

  • ISBN: 0799216127
  • Category: Islam
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: A. Tayob
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Cape Town Press (January 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 212
  • ePub book: 1145 kb
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Islam in South Africa is a minority religion, practised by roughly . -2. 0% of the total population. It is also one of the fastest growing religion in South Africa. Islam in South Africa has grown in three phases.

Islam in South Africa is a minority religion, practised by roughly . The first phase brought the earliest Muslims as part of the involuntary migration of slaves, political prisoners, and political exiles from Africa and Asia (mainly from the Indonesian archipelago) that lasted from about 1652 to the mid-1800s.

Africa was the first continent into which Islam spread from Southwest Asia, during the early 7th century CE. Almost one-third of the world's Muslim population resides in the continent. Muslims crossed current Djibouti and Somalia to seek refuge. Muslims crossed current Djibouti and Somalia to seek refuge in present-day Eritrea and Ethiopia during the Hijrah (Arabic: هِـجْـرَة‎, 'Migration') to the Kingdom of Aksum.

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Beyond the institutions, Tayob also examines the sermons of South Africa's Imams as.He is the author of Islamic Resurgence in South Africa: The Muslim Youth Movement.

Beyond the institutions, Tayob also examines the sermons of South Africa's Imams as expressions of the country's Islamic faith. He argues that the sermons function both as symbols of the Word of God and as venues for contextual interpretations of the Qu'ran. The unusual character of South Africa, he maintains, has not only shaped the country's Islamic institutions but has also helped to define its Muslim identity. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

Islamic Resurgence in South Africa enters the rich and fascinating history of Muslims in South Africa. It tells the story of the saints and scholars, political exiles and traders, professionals and activists, and many others, who have made that history. By focusing on one organisation, Islamic Resurgence in South Africa recovers the religious and political struggles that have gone into creating an authentic South African Islam.