Practice of the Muslim Brotherhood between Malaysia And Bangladesh

Authors

  • M Shahidul Islam Khondaker University of Malaya
  • Azharudin Mohamed Dali University of Malaya

Keywords:

Bangladesh, Malaysia, society, religion, Muslim Brotherhood

Abstract

Socio-religious contact and practice of the Muslim brotherhood between contemporary Malaysia and Bangladesh are responsive, robust, and cordial and have been maintained reciprocally since the early days. Their historical linkages commemorate through multidimensional correspondence with due attention to socio-cultural relationships. This paper aims to examine the genesis of socio-religious contact and practice of the Muslim brotherhood aspects that crop up in the relationships between Malaysia and Bangladesh from the early days to the contemporary period.  Over time the reciprocal cooperation between these two nations reached a legitimately accepted position. The bilateral socio-religious strands were favourable to each other and got well-precedence. The relation is symptomatic by traditional and a new bilateral buildout exercising all societal promptness, including religious and friendly Muslim brotherhood collaboration and cooperation. From this viewpoint, outlining the features of these two countries’ thought-provoking socio-religious relationships and people-to-people connections established through the practice of Islamic activities is time expedient. This study applies the historiographic approach and consults the primary and secondary literature, including reports, files and agreements, newspapers, and books and articles. The significance of the finding of this study is the answer back to the questions regarding the features and phenomena of both countries’ reciprocating and noteworthy Islamic and religious practices with Muslims considering the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Author Biographies

M Shahidul Islam Khondaker, University of Malaya

Postgraduate Researcher, Department of History, Faculty Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, University of Malaya

Senior Lecturer, Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Published

2022-12-16

How to Cite

Khondaker, M. S. I., & Dali, A. M. . (2022). Practice of the Muslim Brotherhood between Malaysia And Bangladesh. Ulum Islamiyyah, 34(1), 1-15. Retrieved from https://uijournal.usim.edu.my/index.php/uij/article/view/376