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The Interpretation of Islamic Sciences by the Muslim Minority in Bulgaria during the First Half of the 20th Century: The Case of Yusuf Ziyaeddin Ezheri

The invitation of Yusuf Ziyaeddin Ezheri to Bulgaria from Istanbul is situated within this historical context and the analysis of this issue held great importance in the intellectual thought of the time period.2 In multicultural Bulgaria, Muslims were expected to develop a new strategy to negotiate... Full description

Journal Title: The Muslim World Jan 2008, Vol.98(1), pp.24-35
Main Author: Hatiboglu, Ibrahim
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description: The invitation of Yusuf Ziyaeddin Ezheri to Bulgaria from Istanbul is situated within this historical context and the analysis of this issue held great importance in the intellectual thought of the time period.2 In multicultural Bulgaria, Muslims were expected to develop a new strategy to negotiate their relationship as a minority with the majority, i.e., Bulgarian society. The "Ezheri model" suggests moderation and mutual respect is a workable model, since it avoids chaos.37 Finally, living in peace and safety and protecting the lives of the minority in a multicultural environment requires developing a meta-language and a higher value comprehension system that addresses religion, race, nationality, country and culture.
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