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The Islamic Movement, A Systems Approach

If there is a single Ummah, then there must also be a single Islamic movement. At the time when this paper was written, the Islamic Revolution in Iran was some years in the future. The Revolution has confirmed the basic soundness of the approach . Despite centuries of isolation and biases   along   the   Shi’a-Sunni   divide,  […]

  • Kalim Siddiqui
  • Muslim Institute
  • 1980
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The Islamic Movement, A Systems Approach
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    If there is a single Ummah, then there must also be a single Islamic movement. At the time when this paper was written, the Islamic Revolution in Iran was some years in the future. The Revolution has confirmed the basic soundness of the approach . Despite centuries of isolation and biases   along   the   Shi'a-Sunni   divide,   the   Revolution's worldview is pitched at the level of the Ummah. The Muslim consciousness is rising above the limitations of sectarian belief and geographical and national 'reality' to project the future on the wide screen of the Ummah. The new Revolutionary consciousness has also got rid of the schizophrenia of doubt and challenged the validity of tile so-called reality. The ghost of the superpowers and the dominant imperialism has been laid. The unity of the Islamic movement and the unity of the Ummah are the realities that will henceforth dominate the Muslim consciousness .

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    • Kalim Siddiqui
    • Muslim Institute
    • 1980
    • First
    • London
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