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Cambodia's Muslims and the Malay World

Malay Language, Jawi Script, and Islamic Factionalism from the 19th Century to the Present

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Cambodia's Muslims and the Malay World by Philipp Bruckmayr
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In this monograph Philipp Bruckmayr examines the development of Cambodia's Muslim minority from the mid-19th to the 21st century. During this period Cambodia's Cham and Chvea Muslims established strong relationships with Malay centers of Islamic learning in Patani, Kelantan and Mecca. During the 1970s to the early 1990s these longstanding relationships came to a sudden halt due to civil war and the systematic Khmer Rouge repression. Since the 1990s ties to the Malay world have been revived and new Islamic currents, including Salafism and Tablighism, have left their mark on contemporary Cambodian Islam. Bruckmayr traces how these dynamics resulted inter alia in a history of local Islamic factionalism, culminating in the eventual state recognition of two separate Islamic congregations in the late 1990s.

Author Biography

Philipp Bruckmayr, Ph.D. (2014), teaches Arabic and Islamic Studies at the University of Vienna. His research concentrates on transnational Islam and Muslim minorities in Southeast Asia and the Americas.
Release date Australia
December 13th, 2018
Country of Publication
Netherlands
Imprint
Brill
ISBN-13
9789004346055
Product ID
28247089

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