Islam in Russia: History, Challenges, and Future Perspective

  • Husni Husni Institut Agama Islam Darussalam (IAID) Ciamis, Indonesia
  • Omari Akhmedov Moscow City University, Samara, Russia
  • N. Hani Herlina Institut Agama Islam Darussalam (IAID) Ciamis, Indonesia
  • Ilya Kormiltsev Moscow City University, Samara, Russia

Abstract

This article discusses the dynamics of the development of Islam in Russia. By using a number of credible primary literature, the study in this study successfully described the development of Islam in Russia. The development of Islam in Russia cannot be separated from internal dynamics within the country and international dynamics globally. The political dynamics in the country have a significant influence on the development of Islam in Russia. The political dynamics of the Russian nation since the Bolshevik Revolution, the development of communism, and the dissolution of the Soviet Union have contributed significantly to the ups and downs of Islam in Russia. Meanwhile, the dynamics of international politics also have an important influence on the fate of Muslims in Russia, starting from the First World War, the Second World War, the Cold War, to the post-Cold War era now.

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Published
2020-07-28
How to Cite
Husni, H., Akhmedov, O., Herlina, N., & Kormiltsev, I. (2020). Islam in Russia: History, Challenges, and Future Perspective. Religious Studies: An International Journal, 8(1), 45-66. Retrieved from http://fssh-journal.org/index.php/jrs/article/view/78