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Chapter 3: Hui Muslims in Northwest China
AbstractIn chapter 3, Michael Dillon examines Chinese Muslims with emphasis on Hui in northwestern China in general and in Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in particular. He begins with a short discussion of the languages and cultures of the Chinese Muslims. He then outlines the origins and development of the Hui and Chinese Islam since the Tang Dynasty (618–906). Next, Dillon mentions how Chinese Muslims have done in the PRC before he discusses the Hui in Ningxia, which he calls the titular homeland of Chinese Muslims.
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