Table of contents for Muslims in India since 1947 : Islamic perspectives on inter-faith relations / Yoginder Singh Sikand.


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Contents
1.	Introduction
2.	Asghar 'Ali Engineer 's Quest for a Contextual Islamic Theology
3.	Islam and the Muslim Minority Predicament: Reflections on the Contributions of Sayyed Abul Hasan 'Ali Nadwi
4.	Peace, Dialogue and Da'wah: An Analysis of the Writings of Maulana Wahiduddin Khan
5.	Islamic Voice's Agenda for the Muslims of India
6.	An Islamist Approach to Inter-Faith Dialogue: The Jama'at-i Islami of India
7.	Islamic Perspectives on Liberation and Dialogue: Muslim Writings in Dalit Voice
8.	The 'Dalit Muslims' and the All-India Backward Muslim Morcha
9.	Islam and the Dalit Quest for Liberation in Contemporary India
10.	'Now or Never!': The Inter-Faith Dialogue Project of Acharya Maulana Shams Naved 'Usmani
11.	The Deendar Anjuman: Between Dialogue and Conflict
12.	Islamist Activism in Contemporary India: The Students' Islamic Movement of India
13.	Kashmir: From National Liberation to Islamist Jihad? 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Islam Relations Hinduism, Hinduism Relations Islam, Muslims India Political activity, India Politics and government 1947-India Ethnic relations