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Baroody Galimdzhan (Galimzyan) Muhammetzyanovich( headed the department (ministry) of Religious Affairs of the Central National Office Turko-Tatar Muslims of Inner Russia and Siberia (Milli idare) [created by the National Parliament of Muslims.,
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Biography Baroody Galimdzhan (Galimzyan) Muhammetzyanovich
February 2, 1857 - December 6, 1921
Baroody Galimdzhan (Galimzyan) Muhammetzyanovich (al-Baroudi, real name Galiev) (February 2, 1857, the village of Small Kovali Kovalinski parish district of Kazan Kazan province - December 6, 1921, Moscow). From a merchant family. Received his education in the madrasa in Bukhara, Kazan and. Under the leadership of Baroody (1881) madrassa "Muhammad" in Kazan became known outside Russia.
. He played for the reform of the Muslim school, the author of many textbooks, scholar (the works were republished many times), the imam of a mosque in Kazan
. Enjoyed great prestige among the Muslims. He tried to modernize Islam. At the 3 rd All-Russia Muslim Congress in Nizhny Novgorod (August 1906) was elected a member of the presidium chairman of the commission to reorganize the Spiritual Administration of Muslims, a member of the Party Central Committee "Ittifaq al-muslimin" ( "Union of Muslims"). Chief editor of "Religion and Morality" (Kazan, 1906 - 17, in the Tatar language). In 1907 for antigovernment activities and revolutionary propaganda arrested, . in 1908, sent to two years in the Vologda Province link after living in Berlin, . Istanbul, . Cairo, . Mecca and other cities, . then Khatib (preacher) of the Cathedral Mosque in Kazan,
. After the February Revolution of 1917 on the 1 st All-Russia Congress of Muslims in Moscow (May) was elected mufti, the first time in the history of Russia won in free elections (before the revolution, the Mufti was appointed by the Government)
. In this regard, on May 19, Ufa Herald "reported that the Mufti was" a prominent Muslim scholar and theologian, when Tsarist system suffered for their political beliefs ... ". Headed the department (ministry) of Religious Affairs of the Central National Office Turko-Tatar Muslims of Inner Russia and Siberia (Milli idare) [created by the National Parliament of Muslims of Inner Russia and Siberia (Milli Majlis) in Ufa, November 20, 1917 - January 11, 1918],
. He played for the national cultural autonomy for the Muslims of Inner Russia and Siberia, for the separation of religion from the state.
. By order of the People's Commissariat of Nationalities of the RSFSR and the Tatar-Bashkir Commissariat of April 21, 1918 Milli idare was eliminated, . and the Central Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Inner Russia and Siberia, . subject to non-interference in political affairs, . granted the right to an independent agency, . charge of religious affairs,
. Spiritual Administration (headed by Baroody) extended the April 25 proclamation, signed by Baroody and other members of management, with a categorical protest against the dissolution of the Milli idare. Baroody with some members of the former Milli idare went to Petropavlovsk (Aqmola). In March 1919, when Ufa was again occupied by whites, he returned to Ufa.
After the Red Army in June, was arrested, then released and went on to serve as the Mufti. While in Moscow in connection with the organization of famine relief, became ill and died.