Departmental Bulletin Paper 昭和戦前期における回教政策に関する考察 : 大日本回教協会を中心に
ショウワ センゼンキ ニオケル カイキョウ セイサク ニカンスル コウサツ : ダイニッポン カイキョウ キョウカイ オ チュウシン ニ
Consideration of the Islamic policy in wartime Japan : focus on the Dai Nippon Kaikyo Kyokai

島田, 大輔  ,  シマダ, ダイスケ  ,  Shimada, Daisuke

6pp.64 - 86 , 2015-03-31 , 同志社大学一神教学際研究センター(CISMOR) , Transcription:ドウシシャ ダイガク イッシンキョウ ガクサイ ケンキュウ センター(CISMOR) , Alternative:Doshisha University, Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions (CISMOR)
This article focuses on the Islamic policy in prewar Japan. First, it traces the activities and organizational management of the Dai Nippon Kaikyo Kyokai (DNKK), from beginning to end. Secondly, by analyzing the business instructions and subsidies for the DNKK from the Japanese government, it becomes clear that the DNKK was established in order to execute the Islamic policy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). Thirdly, it makes clear the Islamic policy of the MFA, which takes a different point of view from the Army. The Islamic policy of the MFA targeted the entire Islamic world centering on the Middle East, and gave paramount weight to cultural activities. At first, segregation of the Islamic policy had been made between the MFA and the Army, because the Army confined its Islamic policy only in the occupied territories in the Far East. However, such segregation was collapsed later, as a result of the deterioration of the war situation and increased influence of the Ministry of Greater East Asia for the DNKK.

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