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MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD - A key to Communal politics in India

Paper No. 1072                                                             30/07/2004

by R.Upadhyay 

The term Muslim brotherhood, Islamic solidarity or pan-Islamism are all rooted to the Quranic concept of the word 'Umma', which originally meant community but later referred to  the followers of Prophet Mohammed. 

MUSLIMS AND INDIAN COMMUNISTS - Strange Allies?

Paper NO. 1107                                                                     01/09/2004

by R.Upadhyay 

IMAM ALI, NAJAF & OTHER SHRINES- Buddhist influence in Islam.

Paper No. 1108                                                                06/09/2004

by K. Gajendra Singh

PAK ARMY RESHUFFLE & AFTER

Paper No. 1138                              04/10/2004

by B.Raman

MINORITY SEPARATISM IN INDIA: THE MUSLIM MINORITY

Paper No. 1144                                                          18/10/2004

by  B.Raman

(Text of a paper presented  at a conference on “Ethnic Minorities and Great Power Strategies in Asia”  held at Honolulu from October 12 to 14,2004, under the auspices of  the Asia Pacific Centre for Security Studies” )--------------

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

MUSLIM ANGER: THE THAI DILEMMA

Paper No. 1156                                                       01/11/2004

by B.Raman

(To be read in continuation of my earlier article titled "Bangladesh-Myanmar-Thailand--the Jihadi Corridor" available at www.saag.org ) 

INDIAN MUSLIMS -Under Siege?

Paper No. 1160                                                           09/11/2004

by R. Upadhyay

The history of Indian Muslims is so complex that their isolation from the national mainstream  and consequent socio-psychological confusion have remained a puzzle for social scientists. A study based on the factual developments related to this distinct and a unique religio-social group may help the reader to draw right conclusions.  

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