Tajdid

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Tajdīd (Arabic: تجديد‎) is the Arabic word for renewal. In Islamic context, Tajdīd refers to the revival of Islam, in order to purify and reform society, to move it toward greater equity and justice. One who practices Tajdīd is a Mujaddid. Compare: Islah

Further reading[edit]

Alvi, Sajida S. "The Mujaddid and Tajdīd Traditions in the Indian Subcontinent: An Historical Overview." Journal of Turkish Studies 18 (1994): 1-15.

External links[edit]

  • [1] Al-Tajdeed Al-Islami Organization