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Who are the Deobandees?

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Question: Who are the Deobandees?

 

The use of the term “Deobandi” derives from this tradition, and refers to scholars who have either learnt, or studied with teachers, from Darul ‘Uloom Deoband. However, with time, as the number of graduates increased and became widespread, the term “Deobandi” came to be used much more loosely, particularly by non-scholars, often as throwaway labels of religious identity in antagonism to other religious identities. The growth of such attitude has meant that it is very easy, in a highly un-nuanced way, to categorise just about any Muslim as “Deobandi”. For instance, it is often the case that if you have friends who frequent so-called “Deobandi” institutes it is possible then you too could be known as “Deobandi” simply by virtue of association.

 

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Question: What is the British Deobandi view on Assimilation, Integration, Hatred, Extremism and Terrorism?

 

Explained in a series of lectures here:

 

www.wifaqululama.co.uk/britishdeobandi/

 

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