Yıl 2020, Cilt , Sayı 92, Sayfalar 205 - 226 2020-01-31

Pakistan ve Türkiye’de İslam’ın Değişen Algısı: Karşılaştırmalı Bir Analiz
The Changing Perception of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey: A Comparative Analysis

Hidayet SIDDIKOĞLU [1]


Müslüman toplumlarda toplumsal ve politik yönelimlerin algılanması ve şekillenmesi hususunda, İslam’ın yorumları çeşitli sosyal, kültürel ve politik yapılara ve koşullara sahip ülkeler arasında farklılık göstermektedir. Bu çalışma, Türkiye ile Pakistan’ın İslam’la ilişkisi arasındaki algılanan farklılıkları tanımlayan faktörleri inceleyerek İslam algısını tarihsel bir perspektiften değerlendirmektedir. İncelemeler, Pakistan ve Türkiye’de İslam algısındaki değişkenliğin yalnızca temel kaynakların yorumlayıcı geleneğinin ürünü olmadığını, aynı zamanda değişen sosyo-politik koşullarla eşzamanlı olarak geliştiğini ve tüm bu gelişmelerin de bu devletlerin çeşitli toplumsal eğilimleri ve siyasi yönelimlerini şekillendirdiğini göstermektedir. Çalışma, sürekli değişen sosyo-politik koşulların yanı sıra devlet veya iktidardaki seçkinlerin bu değişikliklere ilişkin iç görüsü, yaklaşımı ve tepkilerinin, İslam’ın Pakistan ve Türkiye’deki farklı algılarının şekillenmesinde kilit rol oynadığı sonucuna varmaktadır.
With regard to the perception and shaping of societal and political orientations in Muslim societies, interpretations of Islam have been divergent amongst countries with different social, cultural and political structures and conditions. This article assesses the perception of Islam from a historical perspective, examining the factors that define the perceived differences between Turkey and Pakistan’s relationship with Islam. The analysis shows that variability in perception of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey has not only been product of interpretive tradition of fundamental sources, but also developed concurrently with changing socio-political conditions, all of which contributed to shape the various societal dispositions and political orientation of these states. The study concludes that the constantly changing socio-political conditions, as well as the state or ruling elites’ insight, approach and responses to such changes, have been key to the shaping of the different perceptions of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey.
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Yazar: Hidayet SIDDIKOĞLU
Kurum: Afghanistan Civil Service Institute
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APA SIDDIKOĞLU, H . (2020). The Changing Perception of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey: A Comparative Analysis. Bilig , (92) , 205-226 . DOI: 10.12995/bilig.9209
MLA SIDDIKOĞLU, H . "The Changing Perception of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey: A Comparative Analysis". Bilig (2020 ): 205-226 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/bilig/issue/45419/685085>
Chicago SIDDIKOĞLU, H . "The Changing Perception of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey: A Comparative Analysis". Bilig (2020 ): 205-226
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AMA SIDDIKOĞLU H . The Changing Perception of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey: A Comparative Analysis. Bilig. 2020; (92): 205-226.
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