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Title: Jama’ah Da’wah Tabligh in Cambodia
Authors: Rusdee, Taher
Sary, Sles
College of Islamic Studies (Islamic Studies)
วิทยาลัยอิสลามศึกษา (อิสลามศึกษา)
Keywords: Cambodia
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus
Abstract: This research aims to study about the Jama’ah Da’wah Tabligh in Cambodia. The researcher used the qualitative analysis, deductive method, inductive method and descriptive methodology. The qualitative study using documentary methods and in-depth interviews of 15 key informants who were selected by purposive sampling. The researcher raised the questions to identify the problem in order to find the proper answers. The study aimed to explain the significance of Jama’ah Da’wah Tabligh in Islamic view, to identify the group of Jama’ah Da’wah Tabligh in Cambodia and their original sources from and the area that this group has spread, for example like they try to spread in Kampong Cham as the main location, then Phnom Penh and Kampong Chhnang province, to identify the importance of their authorities like sikh haji Sulaiman bin Ibrahim, Uztaz Muhammad Irsad bin haji Ya’kob and many others of their famous member. Finally, the study try to identify about the Muslim Cambodia, and inform how they were reached to this country, because as we know before in the history this country were a Buddhist’s country in 100%, but it was changed and added Islam religion to this country after the year (1238 AD). Because in (1238 AD) the kingdom of Champa has defeated by Daiviet (Vietnam). So, Champa people started to run out of their country, and some of them moved to Kampong Cham province of Cambodia, and Kampong Cham province is the border between Kingdom of Champa and Cambodia in that time. So, that is the story that can clarify and noted about the beginning of Muslim people inside of Cambodia from that time until now on.
Description: Thesis (M.A.(Islamic Studies))--Prince of Songkla University, 2018
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