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It is a detailed description of a number of the Sufi orders and hobbies which entered into the Balkans, the Crimean peninsula and different elements of jap Europe following the Ottoman conquests. a few of the Sufis got here from Christian societies, mostly from an japanese Orthodox history, yet others, comparable to the Bosnians, from churches that have been accused or suspected of heterodoxy of trust and of antinomianism.
This quantity collects papers given on the convention ""Documents and the historical past of the Early Islamic Mediterranean World"", together with variations of unpublished records and ancient reviews, which utilize documentary proof from al-Andalus, Sicily, Egypt, the Arabian Peninsula, Syria and Khurasan.
Within the first broad attempt to evaluate the altering nature of family members among those vital Islamic areas, the writer investigates the measure to which universal faith has inspired monetary ties, the level of Southeast Asian political involvement within the heart East and of heart East curiosity in Southeast Asia, and the nature and volume of overseas spiritual idea attaining Muslims in Southeast Asia.
Within the 3rd quantity of the trilogy, Seta B. Dadoyan makes a speciality of social and cultural points, instead of the center political concentration exhibited in her first volumes. Her target is to indicate political readings of those issues and similar texts through revealing hitherto unstudied and novel interactions within the towns of Asia Minor in the course of the Mongol interval.
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The tyrant reaches for her when they are in his chambers, but his hand, or entire body, is miraculously stricken, sometimes repeatedly as he continually attempts to touch her. He returns her to Abraham, along with Hagar, who according to some accounts had been given to him as compensation. Hagar later gives birth to Ishmael, but the references to Ishmael’s birth are inconsistent and do not seem to reﬂect a coherent narrative tradition. Abraham settles in Saba near Jerusalem where he digs a well (see well and springs) and estab- The narrative Abraham cycle Reports from the genres of adīth, prophetic biography, qur ānic exegesis and universal histories expand the spare qur ānic material on Abraham.
Although the Islamic Abraham shares many characteristics with the ﬁgure in the Bible and later Jewish exegetical literature, the Qur ān especially emphasizes his role as a precursor of Mu ammad and the establisher of the pilgrimage rites in Mecca (see pilgrimage). Abraham in the Qur ān The references to Abraham in the Qur ān take a number of different forms and appear in a wide variety of contexts. Several descriptive appellations are applied to him. He is deemed “very truthful” ( iddīq, q 19:41) and “kind and gracious” ( alīm, q 9:114; 11:75).
Encyclopaedia of the Qurʼān Volume One: A-D by President Jane Dammen McAuliffe