Islam in China
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 87. Chapters: Afaq Khoja, Äynu people, Chinese Islamic cuisine, Diamond in the Dunes, Dongxiang people, East Turkestan independence movement, East Turkestan Islamic Movement, Fuzhou Mosque, Gedimu, Gongbei (Islamic architecture), Great Mosque of Xi'an, Han Kitab, History of Islam in China, History of the Uyghur people, Huaisheng Mosque, Hui pan-nationalism, Hui people, Id Kah Mosque, Islamic Association of China, Islam during the Ming Dynasty, Islam during the Qing Dynasty, Islam during the Song Dynasty, Islam during the Tang Dynasty, Islam during the Yuan Dynasty,…mehr

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 87. Chapters: Afaq Khoja, Äynu people, Chinese Islamic cuisine, Diamond in the Dunes, Dongxiang people, East Turkestan independence movement, East Turkestan Islamic Movement, Fuzhou Mosque, Gedimu, Gongbei (Islamic architecture), Great Mosque of Xi'an, Han Kitab, History of Islam in China, History of the Uyghur people, Huaisheng Mosque, Hui pan-nationalism, Hui people, Id Kah Mosque, Islamic Association of China, Islam during the Ming Dynasty, Islam during the Qing Dynasty, Islam during the Song Dynasty, Islam during the Tang Dynasty, Islam during the Yuan Dynasty, Islam in China (1911-present), Ispah Rebellion, Jahriyya, Jamal ad-Din (astronomer), Jinan Great Southern Mosque, Kazakh exodus from Xinjiang, Khoja (Turkestan), Kuomintang Islamic insurgency in China (1950-1958), Kuomintang pacification of Qinghai, List of mosques in China, Ma (surname), Menhuan, Meshrep, Multicoloured Mosque, Muslim Conflict in Gansu (1927-1930), Muslim groups in China, Niujie Mosque, Noor Deen Mi Guangjiang, On a Tightrope, Ospan Batyr, Panthay Rebellion, Qingjing Mosque, Salar people, Sa`d ibn Abi Waqqas, Shadian incident, Sini (script), The Hundred-word Eulogy, Women's mosques, Xidaotang, Yeheidie'erding, Yihewani. Excerpt: The Hui people (Chinese: ; pinyin: Huízú, Xiao'erjing: ¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿ / ¿¿¿¿¿) are a predominantly Muslim ethnic group in China. Hui people are found throughout the country, though they are concentrated mainly in the provinces of Ningxia, Qinghai, and Gansu. According to a 2000 census, China is home to approximately 9.8 million Hui people, the majority of whom are Chinese-speaking practitioners of Islam, though some practice other religions. Although many Hui people are ethnically similar to Han Chinese, the group has retained some Persian and Central Asian features, their ethnicity and culture having been shaped profoundly by their position along the Silk Road trading route. In the People's Republic of China, the Hui people are one of 56 officially recognized ethnic groups. Under this definition, the Hui people are defined to include all historically Muslim communities in People's Republic of China that are not included in China's other ethnic groups. Since China's Muslims speaking various Turkic, Mongolic, or Iranian languages are all included into those other groups (e.g., Uyghurs, Dongxiang, or Tajiks) the "officially recognized" Hui ethnic group consists predominantly of Chinese speakers. In fact, the "Hui nationality" is unique among China's officially recognized ethnic minorities in that it does not have any particular non-Sinitic language associated with it. Nonetheless, included among the Hui in Chinese census statistics (and not officially recognized as separate ethnic groups) are members of a few small non-Chinese speaking communities. Among them are several thousand Utsuls in southern Hainan province, who speak an Austronesian language (Tsat) related to that of the Cham Muslim minority of Vietnam, and who are said to be descended from Chams who migrated to Hainan. A small Muslim minority among Yunnan's Bai people are classified as Hui as well (even if they are Bai speakers), as are some groups of Tibetan Muslims. The Hui people are concentrated in Northwestern
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  • Verlag: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Seitenzahl: 88
  • Erscheinungstermin: 30. April 2013
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 246mm x 189mm x 5mm
  • Gewicht: 354g
  • ISBN-13: 9781157036869
  • ISBN-10: 1157036864
  • Artikelnr.: 30248814