1 edition of Arab city, its character and Islamic cultural heritage found in the catalog.
Arab city, its character and Islamic cultural heritage
1982 by I. Serageldin in Arlington, Va., U.S.A. (P.O. Box 911, Arlington 22216) .
Written in English
|Statement||sponsored by the Arab Towns Organization ... [et al.] ; edited by Ismail Serageldin, Samir El-Sadek, with the assistance of Richard R. Herbert.|
|Contributions||Serageldin, Ismail, 1944-, El-Sadek, Samir., Herbert, Richard R., Arab Towns Organization., Symposium on the Arab City: Its Character and Islamic Cultural Heritage (1981 : Medina, Saudi Arabia)|
|LC Classifications||NA9093.9 .A7 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||82233758|
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The Arab city, its character and Islamic cultural heritage: proceedings of a symposium held in Medina, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Rabi II, AH, 28 Feb Mar., AD Author: Ismail Serageldin ; Samir El-Sadek ; Richard R Herbert ; Arab Towns Organization.
The Arab city, its character and Islamic cultural heritage: proceedings of a symposium held in Medina, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 28 Feb Mar., The Arab City, its Character and Islamic Cultural Heritage: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Medina, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Meidna: The Arab Towns Organization, Serjeant, R.B., ed.
The Islamic City: Selected Papers from the Colloquium held at the Middle East Center, Faculty of Oriental Stuides, Cambridge, UK, from 19 to 23 JulyParis: UNESCO, The fifth characteristic is its being a perennial civilization which will last as long as Islam, because it is based on the very principles of Islam which Allah will preserve eternally.
Thus, it is a civilization with unique characteristics, a civilization that never withers away since it is not a national or a racial civilization nor does it. culture. Islam its character and Islamic cultural heritage book and added its culture to the heritage of Greece, Rome, Judaism, Christianity and the Near East.
Muslims respected religious minorities within the areas they conquered. Of course, these minorities were required to recognise Islamic political rule, pay taxes and refrain from conspiracies against the Muslims.
The role of Arabic Language in Islamic Culture. a threatening feeling among Arab nationalist and intellectuals grew who views such development as an attempt to alter Arab cultural identity and its heritage.” (Kassem M. Wahba,p. ) Add to it, “Globalization and its impact also Arab city concerned Arab intellectuals and its character and Islamic cultural heritage book.
Introduction. This article discusses some basic concepts gleaned from works on the history of Arab Islamic book and information culture. Doing justice to something as complex as a major aspect of a worldwide culture is beyond the scope of a short article, but it is hoped that this overview will serve, especially for readers less familiar with Islamic history, as a starting point to a better.
Approaches to the Conservation of Islamic Cities: The Case of Cairo (in English) By Hossam Mahdy. This book examines in depth the conservation history of a pearl of Islamic built heritage, the historic city of Cairo, to offer guidelines for cultural heritage professionals and students.
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This will definitely affect Arab culture and the Arabic language. The only thing that will stand this effect is the Holy Koran which is not vulnerable because it is kept by God. Outcome of intellectual invasion in the Arab culture. Tradition is that part of culture that is transmitted from one generation to the next one.
To some extent, a society‘s identity is based on its traditional heritage. This is the reason for which many societies place a great value on heritage. In the Arab world, tradition is not a single layer of pastFile Size: KB. To be an Arab, like an American, is a cultural trait rather than racial.
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Discussion of the Qur’an’s style, structure and contents, its terminology and world-view and the diverse ways in which Muslim communities interpret it, help the reader understand the “mechanics” of this book that is of central significance to Muslims. These ancient documents reveal that a sophisticated literate culture flourished in the city of Timbuktu on the edge of the Sahara Desert beginning in the 13th century and lasting more than years.
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