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Ottoman reform and Muslim regeneration

Author: Itzchak Weismann; Fruma Zachs
Publisher: London : I.B. Tauris, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Itzchak Weismann; Fruma Zachs
ISBN: 1850437572 9781850437574
OCLC Number: 60416792
Description: 288 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Itzchak Weismann and Fruma Zachs --
The question of Caliphate under the last Ottoman sultans / S. Tufan Buzpinar --
Who is the next Ottoman sultan? attempts to change the rule of succession during the nineteenth century / Hakan T. Karateke --
The Ottoman reforms and Shaykh Shamil / Moshe Gammer --
Law and Sufism on the eve of reform : the views of Ibn 'Abidin / Itzchak Weismann --
Traditional Anti-Wahhabi hanbalism in nineteenth century Arabia / David Commins --
The caliph and the shaykhs : 'Abdulhamid II's policy towards the Qadiriyya of Mosul / Gokhan Cetinsaya --
Ottomanism and Syrian patriotism in Salim al-Bustani's thought / Fruma Zachs and Basilius Bawardi --
The Syrian educated elite and the literary Nadha / Ami Ayalon --
The Ottoman reforms and Jabal al-Duruz, 1860-1914 / Kais M. Firro --
The 'aristocracy' of the upper Galilee : Safad notables and the Tanzimat reforms / Mustafa Abbasi --
The re-making of Beersheba : winds of modernization in the late Ottoman sultanate / Nimrod Luz --
Perceptions of the first World War in the contemporary Arab press / Thomas Philipp.
Responsibility: Weismann Zachs, Fruma Zachs.


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