Islamise


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Islamise


Past participle: Islamised
Gerund: Islamising

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.Islamise - cause to conform to Islamic law; "Islamize the dietary laws"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
2.Islamise - convert to Islam; "The Mughals Islamized much of Northern India in the 16th century"
convert - cause to adopt a new or different faith; "The missionaries converted the Indian population"
References in periodicals archive ?
He said the teaching assitants were part of the Salafi parents' attempt to Islamise the school, creating "huge problems and instability".
The Egyptian authorities and the media, so far, have not made any objections about the Salafist movement, although it does have almost the same policies as the Muslim Brotherhood movement: to gain power and Islamise society.
Liberal opposition groups claim Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood are trying to monopolise power, throttle dissent and Islamise what is otherwise a diverse society.
Mubarak's authoritarianism and his perceived efforts to Islamise Egyptian society.
As a result, over 70 per cent of the electorate now express concern that "the Muslim Brotherhood intends to Islamise the state and control its executive powers.
Condition de la femme, rapport a la religion: Sevi, comme nombre de ses camarades de lutte, s'est sentie visee par le discours islamise du leader turc.
Ankara: Turkish Airlines has reversed a ban on air hostesses wearing brightly-coloured lipstick following accusations it was trying to Islamise the company under government influence.
Ennahda, which heads Tunisia's coalition government, is frequently accused by the secular opposition and rights activists of seeking to Islamise society and impose the key provisions of sharia, or Islamic law.
The aim of this political marathon was not so much to get Hamdeen Sabbahi in the run-off as to save the people from being squeezed between the military men of the toppled regime and the Muslim Brotherhood with their project to Islamise the state.
The proposal is certain to inflame political tensions in Tunisia, where secularists already fear that the Ennahda-led government will slowly Islamise Tunisian law and society.
But concerted efforts to Islamise Pakistan have been breathtaking failures that have stoked these very same ills while exacerbating division.
how to have the overwhelming masses, who are religiously sensitive without being fundamentalist - and without wanting to change the secular tenants of this state - be able to co-habitate with the secular elite who are extremely afraid that the AK Party will slowly try to Islamise society.