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by: Terenjit Sevea 2007-10-20
This paper revisits the narratives of two South Asian ’Islamists’ to explore what their questions and critiques offer for a discussion on Colonialism and the Islamist oeuvre. Departing from resilient biases in scholarship that dismiss the need to engage Islamist expressions, I focus on a realm of Islamist self-understandings. This paper highlights key facets of Muhammad Iqbal’s and Abul Ala Maududi’s questions of Colonialism and their psychological implications, and uncovers their me..