In 1866, the Darul uloom Deoband was founded in India and soon became a center of traditional religious and academic teaching in the Islamic world. Over the years, tens of thousands of its students have gone on to found madrasahs (schools) throughout the region, educating others in the Deobandi school of thought.
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Official site of the Islamic seminary. Includes the history and schools of thought including education and the freedom fight. [English/Arabic/Urdu]
An institution of Islamic learning and knowledge, in Karachi, Pakistan. Information about their courses, principles, departments and history.
Jamiatul Ulama (Kwazulu-Natal)
The Council of Muslim Theologians; includes a wide range of information, articles, and resources for Muslims in South Africa.
Includes information about the centre, with a profile of the mufti. Also information about projects and events, with audio resources.
Story of Pakistan: Deoband Movement
The influence of the movement during the period 1866-1947.
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