Departmental Bulletin Paper <小特集 南アジア・イスラーム文献の出版・伝播2>南アジア現代史における「ナショナリスト・ムスリム」と「ムスリム・ナショナリスト」の確執 : アキール文庫所蔵資料を手掛かりに
<Special Feature "Publication and Distribution of Islamic Books in South Asia 2">'Nationalist Muslims' versus 'Muslim Nationalists' in the Contemporary History of India and Pakistan: An Essay with Reference to the Related Materials from the Aqeel Collection

浜口, 恒夫

9pp.127 - 135 , 2016-03-16 , 京都大学大学院アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科附属イスラーム地域研究センター
‘Nationalist Muslims’ and ‘Muslim nationalists’ are cited here not as an example of inverse word order but as historical terms to denote two rival groups of South Asian Muslims belonging to different political parties. The former term refers to those Muslims who were associated with the Indian National Congress with an ideology of composite Indian nationalism and advocated the independence of a united India from British rule, while the latter one means those Muslims who were attached to the All-India Muslim League with an ideology of Muslim nationalism and struggled for the cause of a separate Muslim state, i. e. the division of British India into the two independent states of Pakistan and India. This paper, utilizing the related materials from the Aqeel Collection, tries to trace the political activities of two contending Muslim leaders, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad as one of the most prominent nationalist Muslims and Muhammad Ali Jinnah as the Quaid-i-Azam (great leader) of the Pakistan movement respectively, leading to the partition of British India and to appraise their contrasting legacies to nation building in each of the newly born states.

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