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CHAPTER III: Aceh as crucible of Muslim-Malay literature
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I am not sure what the author means here]. Although the period between the 15th and 17th centuries was marked by vigorous Islamization activities on the part of the sultanates of Malacca and Acheh respectively, the spread of Islam was still in its initial stages at that time in other parts of Southeast Asia, i. Even the low degree of Islamization on the Peninsula and in Sumatra itself is telling: after fall of Malacca to the Portuguese in , for instance, Kedah on the Malay peninsula had to be re-Islamized by Acheh after the people there had relapsed into animism.
It should also be noted that this period, contemporary with the rule of the Mughal emperor Akbar r. Apparently, he also went to Iraq during his travels to the Middle East.
Volume II: Expansion and Crisis , p. Hurgronje , II, pp.
However, it appears that this campaign was motivated by internal political considerations. In fact, during the s and s, many Malaysians and Indonesians, mostly former Sunnis, were to be found at the theological study centers of Qom in Iran.
Shirle Gordon, Singapore, Historiography, Religion and Politics , ed. Sartono Kartodirdjo, Jakarta, , pp. Brakel, The Hikayat Muhammad Hanafiyyah.
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