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Ottoman Traces in Southern Africa – The Impact of Eminent Turkish Emissaries and Muslim Theologians

From the middle of the nineteenth century, Ottoman scholars played a crucial role in educating society and shaping Muslim identity at the tip of Southern Africa. Scholars such as Abu Bakr Effendi, Mahmud Fakih Emin Effendi and Ottoman Consul-Generals Ohannes Majakyan Effendi, Mehmet Remzi Bey strengthened the relationship between the Ottoman Empire and South Africa, as far as Mauritius Island. The Noor'ul Osmaniya Mosque, Ottoman Cricket Club, Noor'ul Hamidiyya Mosque in Cape Town and many Ottoman graves in South Africa are evidence of the Ottoman presence and traces in the region. Ottoman emissaries and Muslim theologians left a siginficant cultural legacy in Southern Africa. This cultural and Islamic legacy has yet to be woven into South African historiography. This study seeks to contribute the field in the light of archival sources from the Ottoman State Archives and National Archives of South Africa.


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Kitabın Adı:

Ottoman Traces in Southern Africa – The Impact of Eminent Turkish Emissaries and Muslim Theologians

Yazan:
Halim Gençoğlu
Dizi Adı:

History: 218

Baskı Adedi:

100

Yayın Yılı:

2018

Sayfa:

376

Ebat:

13,5 x 21 cm.

Kağıt:

Enzo 70 gr.

Kapak:

Çağlar Yalçın

Cilt/Kapak:

250 gr. Mat, Amerikan Bristol, 4 renk

ISBN/Barkod:

 978-605-2380-36-9

Fiyat:

175 ,00 TL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

What Ottomans Left Behind

What Others Said About Them

Preface

Acknowledgements

Glossary

Chapter I

Introduction

Ulama in the Nineteenth Century

Introduction

The Ulama in Muslim World

The Ottoman Ulama

Ulama in Other Countries and Their Relationship with the Ottoman State

Conclusion

Literature Review

Introduction

Studies on the Effendi

Chapter II

Effendi, the Man and the Theologian

Introduction

Genealogy of the Effendi Family

Abu Bakr Effendi’s Birth

Effendi’s Islamic Education

Effendi’s Marriage and Children

Effendi’s Works and Activities

Effendi’s Death

Chapter III

Effendi in the Ottoman Empire

Introduction

The Emergence of the Ottoman Presence in Southern Africa

The Effendi family’s status in the Ottoman State

Relationship with the Ottoman Sultan

Appointment to the Cape

Chapter IV

Effendi at the Cape of Good Hope

Introduction

Relations with the Colonial State

Relations with the Muslims

Religious Disputes and Resolutions

Effendi’s approaches towards the Muslim Community

Institutions (mosque, school, etc.)

Conclusion

Chapter V

Effendi and His Works Presentation and Description of Contents

Introduction

Beyan al Din and Marasid ud Din

The impact of Beyan al-Din and Merasid ud Din

Other works

CHAPTER VI

The First Muslim Politician of South Africa; Ahmet Ataullah Bey

Introduction

Ahmet Ataullah Bey’s Background

Ataullah Bey’s Marriage and Children

Ahmet Ataullah Bey at the Cape

Ahmet Ataullah Bey in Kimberley

Singapore Consulate, 1901 - 1903

Conclusion

CHAPTER VII

HESHAM NEAMATOLLAH EFFENDI (1867 – 1945)

A Prominent Muslim Scholar of South Africa of the Nineteenth Century

Introduction

His Background

As an Islamic Scholar, Hesham Neamatollah Effendi

Hesham Neamatollah Effendi’s Challenges with the Hedjaz Railway Project

Hesham Nimetullah’s family

Conclusion

CHAPTER VIII

The Forgotten Effendi

Introduction

The Ottoman Ulama at the Cape of Good Hope

Hajji Mustafa Effendi

The real story of the Bo-Kaap Museum

Last Generation of the Forgotten Effendi

Conclusion

CHAPTER IX

Some Intellectual Figures From The First Effendi Family

Introduction

Dr. Mohammed Shukri Effendi

Another forgotten historical figure, the first woman medical doctor of South Africa, Havva Hayrunnisa Effendi:

Conclusion

CHAPTER X

Ottomans in South Africa During the First World War

Introduction

Changing British policy towards the Ottoman State

Ottoman – South African Relations during the First World War

Consul-General Mehmet Remzi Bey

The Last Ottoman Envoy Mehmet Remzi Bey in South Africa

Conclusion

CHAPTER: XI

From Rhodes to ‘Rhodesia’: Ottoman Jews ın South Africa

Introduction

Ottoman – Jewish Relations in History

Ottoman Jews in South Africa

An Ottoman Jewish Benefactor Haim Galante in South Africa

Last Ottoman Jewish Families in South Africa

Conclusion

CHAPTER XII

The Legacy of Ottoman Empire in Southern Africa

Introduction

Ottoman Islamic Legacy in South Africa

General Conclusion

Bibliography

Appendices

Index

 
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