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The Muslims of the United Provinces, 1906-1922

Martin Yanuck

The Muslims of the United Provinces, 1906-1922

the politics of a community

by Martin Yanuck

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Martin Yanuck.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 50832 (D)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationix, 616 leaves.
Number of Pages616
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1826295M
LC Control Number89893254

A Struggle for Identity: Muslim Women in United Provinces Firdous Azmat Siddiqui This book is an attempt to understand the social and economic profile of Muslim women in India and to shed light on the conditions of Indian Muslim women in the United Province particularly after This period is significant for Muslim.   United Nations, Demographic Year Book; Das Gupta and Narayana, “Bangladesh's Fertility Decline,” –28; Abbasi-Shavazi, “The Fertility Revolution in Iran,” Bose, “Beyond Hindu–Muslim Growth Rates,” – Sacher Committee, Social, Economic and Educational Status of the Muslim Community.

Venkat Dhulipala, Creating a New Medina: State Power, Islam, and the Quest for Pakistan in Late Colonial North India, Cambridge University Press, Delhi, , pages, Rs In this well researched monograph, Venkat Dhulipala analyzes the course of Pakistan movement in the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh during the ss. The government permitted Shia judges in the Eastern Province to use the Ja’afari School of Islamic jurisprudence to adjudicate cases in family law, inheritance, and endowment management. There were five Shia judges, all government-appointed, located in the Eastern Province cities of Qatif and al-Ahsa, where the majority of Twelver Shia lived.

  This book explores the Christian provinces of Armenia and Caucasian Albania as caliphal provinces and part of the larger Iranian cultural sphere. It is aimed at historians of Islam, Iran and the Caucasus, and for those studying themes of memory, diversity and Muslim-Christian relations in the Near East. In , mass elections were held in India and Khan won the Central Legislature election from the Meerut Constituency in the United Provinces. He was also elected Chairman of the League’s Central Parliamentary Board. The Muslim League won 87% of seats reserved for Muslims of British India. [22] He assisted Jinnah in his negotiations with.


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Muslim students of Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, North West Frontier Province (NWFP), Bengal, Assam, Bombay, Bihar, Central Provinces (CP), Delhi, Madras, Orissa, United Province (UP) and Banglore had their own Muslim Student Federations (MSF) who worked day in and day out for the struggle of Pakistan Movement.

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Jinnah also said the muslims of United Province, “Don’t be led away by the cries of Dal-Bhat.” These types of statements by the leaders of the Muslim League leads to change the ideology, organization and declared goals of Muslim League in order to meet the congress challenge.

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Several parts of India such as North-West Frontier Province, Sindh, West Punjab and East Bengal were given to Pakistan while United Province, Bombay Presidency, North and Deccan India, Malabar, Madras.

The lesson was clear: Muslims should press for further Muslim-majority provinces being carved out of British India, and for the steady devolution of central authority upon autonomous provinces.

The corollary of the proposition was a federation of free states, rather than the perpetuation under swaraj of unitary government". Also a member of Viceroy's Council of State and twice home member of United Province government.

He served as Secretary of the Zamindars' Association, United Provinces and was also made Special magistrate by the government. He also served as president of UP Muslim Defense Association in The earliest White American Muslims were documented in the s. The father of America’s first Muslim press was a White Muslim named Mohammed Alexander Russell Webb.

Latino Muslims emerged in the s in places like New York. The League started thinking that only a Muslim Party could look after the interests of the Muslims. It said that Congress was a Hindu Party. Jinnah argued that League was the spokesperson for all Muslims.

But this argument was not initially accepted. Only in 3 Provinces – United Province, Bombay and Madras – the League had some popularity.

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