Bosnian Young Muslims 1939-1991 A Survey

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Bosnian Young Muslims 1939-1991 A Survey

Type: Article / Letter to editor
Title: Bosnian Young Muslims 1939-1991 A Survey
Author: Omerika, A.
Journal Title: ISIM Newsletter
Issue: 1
Volume: 11
Start Page: 11
End Page: 11
Pages: 1
Publisher: ISIM, Leiden
Issue Date: 2002
Keywords: Bosnia
Abstract: The Bosnian Young Muslims, a reformist Islamic movement that emerged in Sarajevo in 1939 and - officially - ceased to exist ten years later, is even today subject to many controversies. The attempts to characterize this movement include a whole range of contradictory designations, ranging from hostile approaches in which the members of the movement are depicted as pan-Islamist terrorists whose activities aimed at the overthrow of the Yugoslavian state and establishing of an Islamic order, to sympathetic views in which it is presented as a basically democratic movement established on Islamic humanitarian principles that tried to resist the dictatorial communist regime of post-war Yugoslavia.
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/16812
 

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