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Islamic Studies Orientalists and Muslim Scholars

The moral duty of every Muslim scholar is to acknowledge the services rendered by the orientalists to the Islamic branches of learning. For several among them have employed themselves to the study of Islamic Sciences not with any political, economic or missionary motive but for the satisfaction of their scholarly passion with devotion and diligence, […]

  • Abulhasan 'Ali Nadvi
  • Islamic Research and Publications
  • 1983
Islamic Studies Orientalists and Muslim Scholars
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    The moral duty of every Muslim scholar is to acknowledge the services rendered by the orientalists to the Islamic branches of learning. For several among them have employed themselves to the study of Islamic Sciences not with any political, economic or missionary motive but for the satisfaction of their scholarly passion with devotion and diligence, it would be sheer injustice if one were to deny the fact that numerous valuable manuscripts, historical documents and source materials on important topics have seen the light of the day through their efforts and that they have contributed to further studies and researches in Islamic Sciences.

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    • Abulhasan 'Ali Nadvi
    • Islamic Research and Publications
    • 1983
    • First
    • India
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