Ifalatas Lecture outline - Key Terms Abangan B`alaw Jav...

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Key Terms: Abangan Jav. ‘Red ones’; Javanese Muslims who reject scripturalist prescriptions Bā‘alawī Ar. ‘Children of ‘Alawī’; A collective term used to describe the Hadrami descendants of the Prophet. Bid‘a Ar. Innovation in religious thought and practice Da‘wa (dakwa) Ar. Islamic propagation Dhikr Ar. Rituals of ‘remembering God’ through mental or physical regimes Habib, pl. Habā’ib Ar. ‘Beloved’; An honorary title of the Bā‘alawī Majelis taklim Ind. Islamic study group Pesantren Jav. Muslim boarding school Salafi Ar. A term used to describe Islamic movements that take the patristic period of early Islam as exemplary models. As a puritanical movement, it rejected the Islamic scholastic tradition and championed direct access to scriptures. In its development, Salafi became oppositional to Sufism and veneration of saints. Santri Jav. Religious observant Javanese Muslim Sharī’a Ar. The Holy Law as revealed to the Prophet Muhammad and interpreted by the scholars Sunna Ar. The traditional body of orthopraxy built on the emulation of the life and
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