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Title: Jamâl ad-Dîn Al-Afghânî and Pan-Islamism
Authors: Yalçinkaya, Alâeddin
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: Padova, Editoriale Programma
Abstract: This study shows that Jamâl ad-Dîn Al-Afghânî was born in Iran and was a Shi'i, and shows that sultan Abdulhamid II did not cooperate with al-Afghani for the "implementation of the ideology of Pan-Islamism " which is developed by many scholars. The main purpose of the Sultan's bringing al-Afghani to Istambul was to prevent him from involving in undesirable British scenarios in the Muslim world. And Abdulhamid II wanted to improve political economic and cultural freedom among the Muslim people instead of promoting the kind of pan-Islamism related to al-Afghani.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11707/1816
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