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Katip Sumat uprising (Vietnamese: Phong trào Hồi Giáo của Katip Sumat) was a revolt in 19th century Southern Vietnam. It was led by Cham Muslim leader Katip Sumat. This is the only ever-recorded jihad war involving Vietnam. Champa was annexed by Vietnam in 1832. In order to eradicate the Cham identity, Chams were forced to adopt Vietnamese customs. The Vietnamese force fed haram lizard and pig meat to Cham Muslims and cow meat to Cham Hindus against their will. It made Chams angry.

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  • La révolte de Katip Sumat (en vietnamien : Phong trào Hồi Giáo của Katip Sumat) est une révolte qui secoue le sud de l'actuel Vietnam au XIXe siècle. Elle est menée par le chef Cham musulman nommé Katip Sumat. C'est le seul cas de Jihad jamais proclamé au Vietnam.
  • Katip Sumat uprising (Vietnamese: Phong trào Hồi Giáo của Katip Sumat) was a revolt in 19th century Southern Vietnam. It was led by Cham Muslim leader Katip Sumat. This is the only ever-recorded jihad war involving Vietnam. Champa was annexed by Vietnam in 1832. In order to eradicate the Cham identity, Chams were forced to adopt Vietnamese customs. The Vietnamese force fed haram lizard and pig meat to Cham Muslims and cow meat to Cham Hindus against their will. It made Chams angry.
  • Pemberontakan Katip Sumat (bahasa Vietnam: Phong trào Hồi Giáo của Katip Sumat) adalah sebuah pemberontakan di pada abad ke-19. Pemberontakan tersebut dipimpin oleh pemimpin Muslim Cham Katip Sumat. Champa dianeksasi oleh Vietnam pada 1832. Dalam rangka menghapus identitas Cham, Cham dipaksa untuk mengadopsi adat Vietnam. Vietnam memaksa Muslim Cham untuk menyantap daging kadal dan babi dan memaksa Hindu Cham untuk menyantap daging sapi untuk melawan perintah agama mereka. Peristiwa tersebut membuat Cham menjadi murka. meluncurkan pemberontakan lain melawan Vietnam pada 1834.
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  • Around Phan Rang, Ninh Thuận Province, southern Vietnam
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  • Nguyễn dynasty victory
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  • Pemberontakan Katip Sumat (bahasa Vietnam: Phong trào Hồi Giáo của Katip Sumat) adalah sebuah pemberontakan di pada abad ke-19. Pemberontakan tersebut dipimpin oleh pemimpin Muslim Cham Katip Sumat. Champa dianeksasi oleh Vietnam pada 1832. Dalam rangka menghapus identitas Cham, Cham dipaksa untuk mengadopsi adat Vietnam. Vietnam memaksa Muslim Cham untuk menyantap daging kadal dan babi dan memaksa Hindu Cham untuk menyantap daging sapi untuk melawan perintah agama mereka. Peristiwa tersebut membuat Cham menjadi murka. Pada Juni 1833, Katip Sumat, seorang pemimpin Muslim Cham yang tinggal di Kelantan, datang ke Champa, mendeklarasikan Jihad melawan Vietnam. Namun, Katip Sumat kalah pada bulan Juli dan kabur ke Kamboja. Para pemberontak lain masih bertarung sampai d1834. meluncurkan pemberontakan lain melawan Vietnam pada 1834.
  • La révolte de Katip Sumat (en vietnamien : Phong trào Hồi Giáo của Katip Sumat) est une révolte qui secoue le sud de l'actuel Vietnam au XIXe siècle. Elle est menée par le chef Cham musulman nommé Katip Sumat. C'est le seul cas de Jihad jamais proclamé au Vietnam.
  • Katip Sumat uprising (Vietnamese: Phong trào Hồi Giáo của Katip Sumat) was a revolt in 19th century Southern Vietnam. It was led by Cham Muslim leader Katip Sumat. This is the only ever-recorded jihad war involving Vietnam. Champa was annexed by Vietnam in 1832. In order to eradicate the Cham identity, Chams were forced to adopt Vietnamese customs. The Vietnamese force fed haram lizard and pig meat to Cham Muslims and cow meat to Cham Hindus against their will. It made Chams angry. In June 1833, Katip Sumat, a Cham Muslim leader who lived in Kelantan, came to Champa, declaring jihad against the Vietnamese. He was defeated in July and fled to Cambodia before escaping to Malaya. Other rebels continued fighting until 1834. Katip Sumat's failure to gain success contributed to the lack of cooperation between Cham Muslims and Cham Hindus, as the Cham Hindus, afraid of the Vietnamese Government, decided to side with the state against the jihad war, thus led to the Muslim-Hindu antagonism between Chams.
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