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Jamia Millia Islamia

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Author(s): Hasan, Mushirul
( al-d̲j̲āmiʿa al-milliyya al-islāmiyya ), a Muslim University, formerly in British India and now in the Indian Union. In September 1920, the Indian National Congress adopted the non-cooperation resolution against the British government. The Jamia Millia Islamia (National Muslim University) was the “lusty child of the non-cooperation days”, according to Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India’s first Prime Minister 1947-64. Mawlānā Maḥmūd Ḥasan (1851-1920), the ʿālim at the Dār-al-ʿulūm in Deoband, performed the opening ceremony on 29 October 1920. The Jamia’s pri…

Anṣārī, Mukhtār Aḥmad

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Author(s): Hasan, Mushirul
Mukhtār Aḥmad Anṣārī (1880–1936) was a medical doctor who gained national prominence as the president of the Indian National Congress (founded in 1885) and the chief protagonist of secular nationalism. He claimed to be a descendant of Abū Ayyūb al-Anṣārī (d. 52/672), a warrior and a venturesome conqueror who, when fighting across the Bosporus at the age of ninety or more, died and, as he had requested, was buried at Constantinople. M. A. Anṣārī, as he was popularly known, was educated in Ghāzīpūr, the district town close to his village, Yūsufpūr, in eastern Uttar P…
Date: 2020-09-16

Jamia Millia Islamia

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Author(s): Hasan, Mushirul
(al-Ḏj̲āmiʿa al-Milliyya al-Islāmiyya), Université Musulmane, anciennement en Inde Britannique, et actuellement dans l’Union indienne. En septembre 1920, le Congrès National Indien adopta, contre le gouvernement britannique, la résolution de non coopération. La Jamia Millia Islamia (Université Nationale Musulmane) était le «vigoureux enfant de l’époque de la non coopération», selon Jawaharlal Nehru, premier Premier ministre (1947-64) de l’Inde indépendante. Mawlānā Maḥmūd Ḥasan (1851-1920), ʿ ālim du Dār-al-ʿ ulūm de Deoband, procéda à la cérémonie d’ouverture…

Abid Husain

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Author(s): Hasan, Mushirul
Syed Abid Husain (1896–1978) was a leading Muslim educator and author of books on Indian Muslim politics and society in the twentieth century. He was also one of the principal exponents of secular nationalism. He was born in Bhopal, the capital of the erstwhile Muslim princely state in India. He graduated from the University of Allahabad in 1920, one of the leading educational institutions of northern India in those days, and went on to study at Oxford and Berlin. He returned to India in 1926 to s…
Date: 2020-09-16