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Natalie Rothman, Brokering Empire: This belief in religious instruction as the key to social discipline also signalled ilmhal broader shift in Ottoman understandings of piety. In the present times, there is no one left who does not know all this, but in previous times there were many Muslims like this. Their Histori- cal Development and Organization] Ankara, Hence it seems particularly important to address the convergences be- tween Islamic and Christian attempts to educate their laity in the fundamentals of their faith within a larger frame of shared trajectories.
Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. In the early nineteenth century, similar calls would be heard once again and, in a new phase of centralization as well as Sunnitization, the Ottoman il,ihal authorities would begin to invest much more aggressively in primary education as well as religious indoctrin- diganet.
If readers do that, they will have learned more about the Sunni creed than those who have read thirty or forty books on the subject, he claims.
Throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Catholics were intensely aware of Protestant catechisms, and often wrote theirs in re- sponse, and the same goes for the other side.
Recent research has indicated that the neigh- bourhood assumed an altogether new significance in the early modern Ottoman empire as an administrative unit, a quasi- Downloaded from http: Some have also begun to explore the parallels and interconnections between the changing understandings and uses of religion in the Ottoman empire and Europe during this period, most recently with re- course to the concept of confessionalization. However, when the subject comes to those branches Downloaded from http: Dkyanet as well as men are included in this invitation, as the author affirms in his very first sentence in prose.
In his words of advice to Murad IV r. It is striking that his discussion of the reli- gious and moral reform of Muslim households was just as con- scious of hierarchy as his treatment of religious and moral reform at the imperial level.
Such heresy trials among the Muslims had become more common under the Mamluks in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. A Discussion of Historiography Leiden, Religion and Vakff in the Safavid Empire London,58—9.
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However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. Even though the Ottoman writers do not comment on the mass expulsions in Europe, they must have known of at least some of them, since many Jews vakkf Muslims expelled from the Iberian peninsula many of whom had been nominal converts to Catholicism prior to their expulsion had settled in Ottoman cities such as Salonika and Istanbul.
What he has to say on the religious record of the Ottoman state is interestingly layered.
The reason is that the heretics, atheists, Hurufis and other deviant groups who infiltrated the soldiers of Islam are enemies of those who belong to the People of Tradition and Community [Sunni Muslims], have even greater animosity for the ruler of Islam may God Almighty give him a long lifeand wish the enemies to prevail and the soldiers of Islam to be defeated.
For it was quite common in those times that, after a land was conquered, the entire popu- lation or a large majority would convert to Islam, and they would not know about ritual cleansing, ablution and total bodily ablution, and about alms Downloaded from http: Remapping the Empire Cambridge, ; Cornell H.
While, from an early point in their history, the Ottoman authorities had periodically resorted to the forcible relocation of various Muslim and non-Muslim communities, these incidents had all taken place within and not outside the Ottoman territories. Zilfi, The Politics of Piety: In other words, these writers also recommended a regime of religious and moral instruction and social discipline as an antidote to the secularizing tendencies of their time.
This is why, despite the fact that their numbers were in the thousands, they no longer won any victories and began to lose lands that had been conquered by [their] illustrious ances- tors. Still, the up-and-coming Turcoman lords who ruled the area — among them the Ottomans — were eager to attract to their nascent courts scholars equipped with a knowledge of Islam as well as of statecraft. In reality, some of these people are heretics, atheists and Hurufis, some materialists and some members of n.
To the contrary, they also had their own concerns and con- victions, and could, on occasion, critique the top-ranking reli- gious and secular authorities for failing to abide by the norms of Sunni Islam as they understood them. Click here to sign up. They had also been motivated primarily by the need to repopulate a newly conquered territory and revive its economy, or by the need to divide up or isolate a potentially rebellious community, but not by the desire to create a religiously or ethnically homogeneous population.
This article initiates discussion on this question 5 For an overview of the relevant historiography, see Thomas A. Asian Studies, xxxi