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Religious response to social change in Afghanistan, 1919-29

King Aman-Allah and the Afghan Ulama

by Senzil K. Nawid

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Published by Mazda Publishers in Costa Mesa, Calif., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Afghanistan,
  • Afghanistan.
    • Subjects:
    • Amanullah Khan, Amir of Afghanistan, 1892-1960.,
    • Islam and state -- Afghanistan.,
    • Afghanistan -- Politics and government -- 20th century.,
    • Afghanistan -- Social conditions -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-268) and index.

      StatementSenzil K. Nawid.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBP63.A54 N38 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxi, 278 p. :
      Number of Pages278
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL362410M
      ISBN 101568590725
      LC Control Number98022602

      Vassilian Hamo. Published by Vassilian () ISBN ISBN Religious Response to Social Change in Afghanistan, King Aman-Allah and the Afghan Ulama was published in This book was prepared to serve as a useful reference guide for those who are interested in finding issues related to biographies of Iranian. Afghanistan - HISTORY Afghanistan. AFGHANISTAN'S HISTORY, internal political development, foreign relations, and very existence as an independent state have largely been determined by its geographic location at the crossroads of Central, West, and South Asia. Over the centuries, waves of migrating peoples passed through the region--described as.

      Nawid, Senzil K. Religious Response to Social Change in Afghanistan, – King Aman-Allah and the Afghan Ulama. Costa Mesa, Calif.: Mazda Publishers, The veil was officially lifted in Afghanistan in the early s by the Young Afghan reformist government (–29). 18 This provoked widespread rebellion and cost the government power. In the veil was lifted again, but this time unofficially and without any publicity. 19 From the early s, with the growth in women’s education and.

      They cited Afghanistan as a model of cooperation between two countries with different social and political systems. Some Soviet leaders went even further. During an official tour of Afghanistan in December , while visiting cadets in Kabul, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev advised Afghan Premier Mohammad Daoud to eliminate any cadet found to. The Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA), established in Kabul in , is an independent political organization of Afghan women focusing on human rights and social justice. With political changes in the country throughout the past decade, a number of new women's groups have developed.


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