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  1. Indian National Congress (Subject Entry)

    The modern Indian democratic movement can be traced back to the rebellion against British rule in 1857. A generation later the founding of the ...

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  2. Kashmir, Gender and Militarization in (Subject Entry)

    Introduction Compared to contemporary armed conflicts in the Balkans, Middle East, or West Africa, the conflict in Indian-administered Kashmir has received relatively little international ...

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  3. Kashmir, Half-widows and Remarriage in (Subject Entry)

    “Half widow” is a term that has been coined to describe women whose husbands have disappeared—typically via detention by government or military forces—but are ...

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  4. Kashmir, Poetic Traditions of (Subject Entry)

    Kashmir’s literary and poetic traditions are generally described in the context of different phases of history, that is, medieval times (c. 1320 – 1586 ...

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  5. Kashmiri Nationalism (Subject Entry)

    The history of Kashmiri nationalism can be traced to the 1930s and 1940s when the first generation of the Kashmiri political leadership established the ...

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  6. Mã Tujhe Salām and Cinematic Propaganda about Kashmir (Subject Entry)

    To understand the current crisis in Kashmir, it is important to understand the function of propaganda regarding the situation there. The vastly popular Indian ...

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  7. Parveena Ahangar and the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) (Subject Entry) Includes image

    Background Parveena Ahangar is one of the founders and chairperson of the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP), based in Srinagar, Kashmir. APDP ...

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  8. Ṭanṭāwī Jawharī (Biography)

    1862 – 1940 ) was an Egyptian religious and social thinker mostly known for his lengthy interpretation (i.e., tafsīr musalsal ) of the Qurʾān, ...

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  9. The Tribal Invasion of 1947 (Subject Entry) Includes image

    In October 1947 a fighting force of several thousand Muslim tribesmen entered Kashmir from Pakistan. Their motives were varied—in part pursuit of jihad and ...

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  10. Women’s Self-Defense Corps (Subject Entry)

    The Women’s Self-Defense Corps (WSDC) was formed in October 1947, when the Jammu and Kashmir State was attacked by tribesmen (Qabbalis) based out of ...

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  11. Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah (Biography) Includes image

    ( 1905 – 1982 ), statesman , leader of the Kashmiri independence movement , and prime minister of the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) State. ...

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  12. al-Awdah, Salman bin Fahad bin Abdullah (Biography)

    ( b. 1956 ) is a veteran of the religio-political movement best known in Saudi Arabia as Sahwa, the Islamic Awakening, that came to ...

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  13. Al-Qâʿida in the Arabian Peninsula (Subject Entry)

    ( al-Qâʿida fî jazîrat al-ʿarab ; AQAP) was established in January 2009 . Its creation was first announced in a propaganda video shot in ...

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  14. Europe, Islamic Law in (Subject Entry)

    Sharia, the Islamic system of norms and their interpretation, is often equated with “Islamic Law.” However, the term traditionally covers Islamic legal as well ...

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  15. Gülen Movement (Subject Entry)

    (called “Hizmet” [service] by loyalists and “Cemaat” [community] by critics), refers to a collection of individuals and institutions that act in accordance with the ...

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  16. Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (Subject Entry)

    also known as the Islamic State (IS), the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the Islamic State, or Da‘esh (the Arabic abbreviation ...

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  17. Jabhat al-Nusra (Subject Entry)

    is a militant group linked to al-Qaida active in Syria and Lebanon. When protests against President Bashar al-Assad began in March 2011 , there ...

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  18. Justice and Development Party (Subject Entry)

    (PJD) or Hizb al-Adala wal-Tanmia is an Islamist political party in Morocco that has led the governing coalition in parliament since November 2011 . ...

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  19. Morsi, Mohamed (Biography)

    ( b. 1951 ) was born in El-Adwah, Egypt, on August 8 , 1951 . He is the oldest of five brothers and studied ...

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  20. Naik, Zakir (Biography)

    ( b. 1965 ) a leading Islamic public intellectual, was born on October 18 , 1965 in Mumbai, India. A medical doctor by professional ...

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