Patani, Mobility, and Islamic Textualism
Chapter four charts the activities of a small displaced population that settled in Mecca in the late 1780s, by concentrating upon the life and works of the prolific Shaykh Daud bin ‘Abd Allah al-Fatani. His intellectual influences are given considerable attention because they were to color the thought of the Patani communities throughout much of the century that followed. These influences include key figures in Sufism such as Ibn Arabi, al-Ghazali, among many others, as well al-Nawawi and a number of other founding figures of jurisprudence in the Shafi school.
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