Jul 19, 2017

why. In the modern period, Indonesia and Malaysia represent two different approaches to the role of Islam in government. How are these cases the same and how are they different? How are these two cases different to Saudi Arabia?

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The Ottoman and Mughal Empires Essay

INSTRUCTIONS:

Specific issues or problems are raised in the questions for each essay and these questions must be answered as thoroughly as possible. Each essay will be graded based on completeness, accuracy and focus. It is important that the essay not stray from the topic surfaced in the question(s). It is also important to accurately cite where the information is derived even though it is expected that most of the information will be coming from the readings.

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The Mughals and the Ottomans represent the first non-Arab / non-Persian Islamic Empires in Islamic history. Some have argued that they were simply extensions of the Arab / Persian Empires and contributed nothing unique to Islamic governance. Do you agree with this statement? Explain why. In the modern period, Indonesia and Malaysia represent two different approaches to the role of Islam in government. How are these cases the same and how are they different? How are these two cases different to Saudi Arabia?

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Islam #2 Name Course Tutor Date The Ottoman and Mughal Empires In the matter of the Mughal and Ottoman empires, I do not agree with the statement that purports that these two successful empires were simply extensions of Persian and Arabian Islamic empires and that they contributed nothing towards the development of Islamic governance. First off, it is pointless to argue that these two empires did not encompass dense backdrops of traditional Islamic governance as espoused by their Arab and Persian counterparts. This is because both of these empires were founded on Islam, and as such, Islam strongly dictated many of their customs, activities and even decisions. For instance, the establishment of elite ruling classes that are typical in Islamic states were also strongly represented in both of these empires. For example, the Mughal Empire developed an inclusive ruling elite, which highlighted the influence of Islamic governance culture.[Kinra, Rajeev. "Master and Munshī A Brahman secretary`s guide to Mughal governance." Indian Economic & Social History Review 47, no. 4 (2010): 527-561.] The Ot

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