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Islamic Groups and their World-views and Identities: Neo-Traditional Salafis and Progressive Muslims

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This paper presents a snap-shot discussion on the origins and the world-views behind two global contemporary movements among Muslims, namely Neo-Traditional Salafis and Progressive Muslims. It endeavours to historically situate and position them in relation to the cumulative Islamic historical harvest and delineate their approach to modernity. Additionally the paper briefly examines the concept of the role and the function of women within these respective world-views. Finally, it analyses the implications of the underlying ideology of these movements on the relationship between Muslims and non-Muslims in both Islamicate and non-Islamicate societies.

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2007-12-01
2015-02-02

Affiliations: 1: PhD candidate, School of Social and Cultural Studies, University of Western Australia

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