Neofundamentalist Thought, Dakwah, and Religious Pluralism among Muslims in Singapore

Mohamed Imran bin Mohamed Taib National University of Singapore

Since the mid 1970s, Muslim societies have seen the emergence and spread of a new type of religious orientation, ushered in by various socio-political factors shaping the postcolonial world on the brink of globalisation. This religious orientation, hereby termed ‘neo-fundamentalism’ (Rahman, 1981; Roy, 2004), has since occupied the religious imagination of many Muslims and dominates discourses and institutions within the Muslim world. 

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