Various Contributors


In this issue we compare Islam in four different countries. Alan Black looks at Islam in Pakistan tying it in with society and the political situation; Morris Lee looks at neighbouring Bangladesh and particularly the mystical Islamic groups; the other two papers look at countries where Islam is the minority religion - Peter Riddell at China, Peter Sales at the Phillipines - and the development of the religion there. Perhaps one of our members who feel a certain competence in this area could do a piece on the Australian Islamic scene for our next issue.

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