Islamic Sufism and "Non-Sufism" in Western Europe

Authors

  • O.A. Yarosh

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/2006.37.1707

Abstract

Today, Islamic scholars are faced with a very interesting situation: while in traditional Islamic societies, Sufism has lost some of its significance compared to the nineteenth and the first third of the twentieth century. and in republican turkey, we are also witnessing a kind of expansion of the sufism of the pas west, especially to the countries of europe, usa, canada and australia. Interestingly, in European countries, traditionally professed by Islam, Sufi tirades are quite widespread. This applies in particular to Albania as well as to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and the like.

Published

2005-12-06