This course aims at discussing Islamic reformation movements ant its role in terms of renewing and improving the sate of Muslim ummah from the perspectives of aqidah, ibadah, akhlaq, soacial, economics and politics. It will examine the methodologies used by the reformation moveemnts and its impacts on religion, society and country at large. Several prominent figures of these movements will be thoroughly discussed such as Muhammad Ilyas (Jamah Tabligh), Hassan al-Banna (Ikhanul Muslimin), Sheikh Jamaluddin al-Afghani, Sheikh Muhammad Abduh, Al-Mawdudi, Iqbal, Sayyid al-Hadi, Daud Fatani and others.

References:

  1. Al-Nadwi, Abu Hassan Ali. 2000. Rijal al-Fikr wa al-Da’wah. Cairo: Dar al-Hadith.
  2. Al-Sai’di, Abd al-Muta’al. 2000. Al-Mujadidun fi al-Islam. Cairo: Dar al-Hadith.
  3. Fathi Yakan. 2000. Harakat wa Mazahib fi Mizan al-Islam. Bayrut: Dar al-Syuruq.
  4. Fazlur Rahman. 1990. The Religion. USA: IIIT.
  5. Iqbal, Muhammad. 1982. Tajdid al-Tafkir fi al-Din. Cairo: Dar Anglo al-Misriyyah.