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by Ludmila Polonskaya,Alexei Malashenko

  • Author: Ludmila Polonskaya,Alexei Malashenko
  • ISBN: 0863721826
  • ISBN13: 978-0863721823
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  • Language: English
  • Category: World
  • Publisher: Ithaca; English ed. edition (August 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 171
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Islam in Central Asia ePub download

Ludmila Polonskaya, Alexei Malashenko. Ithaca Press, 2008 - History - 171 pages.

Ludmila Polonskaya, Alexei Malashenko. The authors detail the changes which occurred during the Russian colonialist era, the dramatic upheavals brought about by the 1917 Revolution, and how communism tried to crush Muslim society

Islam in Central Asia. Reading : Ithaca Press.

Islam in Central Asia. Polonskai︠a︡, L. R. and Malashenko, A. V. Islam in Central Asia, Ludmila Polonskaya and Alexei Malashenko Ithaca Press Reading 1994. Islam in Central Asia examines the Islamic states in this area before, during, and after the Russian conquest, detailing the changes which occurred during the Russian colonialist era and the dramatic upheavals brought about by the subsequent 1917 revolution. The plight of Muslims under Stalin's regime is also recounted, as is their role in the USSR during the Afghan War, including active opposition to the Russian policy in Afghanistan. The authors detail the changes which occurred during the Russian colonialist era, the dramatic upheavals brought about by the 1917 Revolution and how communism tried to crush Muslim society. Also discussed is the plight of Muslims under Stalin's regime, the recent Islamic renaissance and its influence in politics during the breakup of the USSR.

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ISSN 0128-4878 (Print). Ithaca Press, 2008 - 171 sivua. The authors detail the changes which occurred during the Russian colonialist era, the dramatic upheavals brought about by the 1917 Revolution, and how communism tried to crush Muslim society

See Polonskaya, Ludmila and Malashenko, Alexei (1994): Islam in Central Asia, Reading, Ithaca Press, p. 99. 7 This term was used erroneously by the Soviet leaders since the wahhabism only existed in Dagestan, where the Saudi movement had penetrated and was rooted in a wide number o. .

See Polonskaya, Ludmila and Malashenko, Alexei (1994): Islam in Central Asia, Reading, Ithaca Press, p. 7 This term was used erroneously by the Soviet leaders since the wahhabism only existed in Dagestan, where the Saudi movement had penetrated and was rooted in a wide number of rural areas. See Ro’i, Yaacov (2001): Islam in the CIS.

Islam in Central Asia examines the Islamic states in this area before, during, and after the Russian conquest, detailing the changes which occurred during the Russian colonialist era and the dramatic upheavals brought about by the subsequent 1917 revolution. The plight of Muslims under Stalin's regime is also recounted, as is their role in the USSR during the Afghan War, including active opposition to the Russian policy in Afghanistan.The policy of Islam and Muslims under the Communist regime, the recent renaissance of Islamic culture in the region, and the influence of Islam in politics during the break-up of the USSR are also discussed. The book concludes with a look to the future, evaluating the position of the emergent Muslim states in Central Asia, and their relationship to the new Russian state.