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Volume :36 Issue : 139 2010      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Hadramis Integration in Southeast

Auther : Dr. Sadiq O. Maknun

     After arriving and spreading in Southeast Asia, the Hadrami immigrants managed to integrate into the local communities through intermarriages, thus giving rise to hybrid generations with a mix of Arab and Malay blood. The mutual integration of these generations enabled them to perform social, religious, pedagogical, and even political functions. However, the Dutch colonizers exercised racial discrimination against them which deprived them of positive cultural integration and led to a number of conflicts and controversies. This paper aims to identify the causes of the Hadrami immigrants integration in Southeast Asian communities and examine the impact of their continued or, otherwise discontinued, communication with their native homeland in preserving their Arab identity or integrating wholly in host communities. It also aims to address the controversies resulting from the Dutch segregation policy against them and the immigrants attempts to overcome such problems. The study is based on a number of published and unpublished documents and newspapers and magazines published in Southeast Asia, in addition to books and recent literature dealing with this subject.

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