The Islamization of Southeast Asia
Like any other religious tradition, Islam in Southeast Asia presents us with both inside and outside evidence about its history. The inside evidence of Muslim sources themselves is necessarily of a pious nature, as is, for example, the internal evidence about the conversion of Britain to Christianity. No histoncal event could more obviously be a part of God's purpose for man, and therefore the aspects of the story recalled by Muslim writers are naturally those which show the Divine...[Show more]
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