KeywordsIslamic revival -- social movements in the Sudan -- republican thought -- Mahmoud Taha -- equality of women and men in Islam
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AbstractMahmoud Mohamed Taha, known as al-Ustadh (teacher), his a Muslim reformist who advocated an interpretation of Islam that is fit for our time. His interpretation depended on reviving the Meccan verses of the Qur’an as the original and basic ideals and ideas in Islam. One of his major endeavors was how Islam addresses equality in Islam; equality of men and women and equality of Muslims and non-Muslims, as citizens of the same state and have equal rights. This paper discusses the Republican thought as a social movement and how equality of women was practiced in that movement.
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