Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, KFU
Form of presentationArticles in international journals and collections
Year of publication2020
  • Imasheva Marina Maratovna, author
  • Khabutdinov Aydar Yurevich, author
  • Khabutdinova Mileusha Mukhametzyanovna, author
  • Gaynanova Milyausha Ramilevna, author
  • Bibliographic description in the original language Khabutdinov A., Gainanova M., Khabutdinova M., Imasheva M. Agrarian Issue In Programs Of Muslim Political Organizations Of Volga-Ural Region /Aidar Khabutdinov, Milyauscha Gainanova, Milyauscha Khabutdinova, Marina Imasheva // The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences. - VOLUME LXXVI - SCTCMG 2019. - P. 1516-1521.
    Annotation The article considers views of representatives of the Muslim movement of the two most important regions of the Russian Empire with the dominant share of the Muslim population. The considered period of 1905-1917 is a period of activation of all forms of social movement in the Russian Empire. Having been unable to speak about their political and economic ethno-confessional interests for centuries, Russian Muslims began to formalize their political program. Among other pressing issues, the Muslim all-Russian party «Ittifak al-muslimin« declared the solution of the agrarian problem in its program. In the program, its decision was based on liberal-bourgeois principles. The Volga-Ural and Caucasian regions differed historically and geographically. Colonization of these regions by Russian immigrants took place in different historical periods and had a fundamentally different character. The level of development of feudalism at the time of entry of these territories into the Russian state was different. These differences led to a different understanding of ways of solving the agricultural issue. But still, it should be noted that one of the main uniting principles was the requirement to revise the Russian colonization policy and stop the practice of eviction of the Muslim population. Political preferences of the authors of the project also influenced the definition of forms and methods of solving the agrarian problem in the Muslim movement. We recognized that the majority of the leaders of the Muslim movement consistently defended the liberal-bourgeois and national-confessional principles, which is reflected in their projects when addressing the agricultural issue.
    Keywords The agrarian question, the Muslim movement, the Volga-Urals region, the Caucasus, the State Duma, Ittifaq almuslimin
    The name of the journal The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences
    URL https://www.futureacademy.org.uk/publication/EpSBS/SCT2019RussianAcademyofSciencesGroznyiRussia/page-11
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