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Anti-modernism

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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter I. Integral Nationalism

Babanzâde Ahmed Naim: The question of nationalism in Islam

Traduction de Ahmet Ersoy

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Title: İslamda dava-yı kavmiyet (The question of nationalism in Islam)

Originally published: As an article in Sebilü’r-Reşad, no. 293 (23 April 1914), pp. 114–128; published the same year as a book by Tevsi-i Tıbaat Matbaası, Istanbul.

Language: Ottoman Turkish

The excerpts used are from the volume Modern Türkiye’de siyasi düşünce, vol. 6: İslamcılık (Istanbul: İletişim, 2004), pp. 1081–1083.

About the author

Babanzâde Ahmed Naim [1873, Baghdad–1934, Istanbul]: writer, teacher and translator. Born into a prominent Kurdish family from Suleimaniyyah (Northern Iraq), Babanzâde completed his primary and secondary education in Baghdad, and then moved to Istanbul to study at the prestigious Galatasaray High School. In 1894, after graduating from the Mekteb-i Mülkiye-i Şahane (Imperial Civil Service School), he embarked on a bureaucratic career and started working at the Translation Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He translated many works from Arabic (especially on hadith—the prophet...

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