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|Title:||Religious Pluralism and International Sufi Movement: An Analysis of Inayat Khan’s (1882-1927) Mystical Thoughts|
|Authors:||Mohamed Mihlar Abdul Muthaliff|
|Keywords:||Keywords: belief system, religious diversity, religious pluralism, sufi order, international and Western sufism|
|Publisher:||Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia|
|Abstract:||Abstract The article presents an introduction to the evolution of the perennial and ideological encounter between Inayat Khan’s (1882-1927) International Sufi Movement and the diversity of religious belief systems. It analyses the teachings and thoughts of Inayatian Sufi Movement which claim that all religions are equally true, or that one religion can be true for some and another for others. It begins with an introduction of Inayat Khan and his mystical message and then, explicates his religious and philosophical thoughts that include unity of religious ideals. Finally the paper concludes with a reflection on the key aspects of Inayatian Sufi order and their policy of Religious Pluralism in view of Islam.|
|Appears in Collections:||'Ulum Islamiyyah, Vol.18, Dec, 2016|
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