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Doctrinal writings and developments at the Omanis in the fifth century AH

Doctrinal writings and developments when Omanis

In the fifth century AH *

Sultan bin Mubarak bin Hamad al-Shaibani([1])

Preface:

If the dominant view from the fourth century AH that era saw the struggle intellectually Amman following the issue of Imam Salt bin Malik and the subsequent disagreement and controversy; the fifth century truly is a new stage in the evolution of distinct juristic science in Amman.

There is no doubt that the stability factor in building strong scientific renaissance, has his body and reality Imam Rashid bin Saeed اليحمدي (T. 445 e) First leaders of this century, and one of the top leaders ... Read more

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Religious discourse in the poetry of Abu the Muslim Albahlana under school revival

الخطاب الدّيني في شعر أبي مسلم البهلاني

In the context of a school revival *

 

D. Nasser Muhammad Bin Qasim Bouhjam

(Algerian researcher)

Nizwa College of Education Sultanate of Oman

 

1- Significance of religious discourse in the poetry of Abu Muslim:

When one reads poetry father Muslim Albahlana, and يتأمله and Eetmly ideas and meanings, and induces its content, he finds himself in front of Adib Muslim: Poetry and poetic, in form and substance. Noticed in what has been written, and in every aspect shown, and in every position attitude of, and in any subject covered. The Islamic poet His sense of a strong and sincere, scoffed all the potential and talents to serve its noble objectives, which are the objectives of Islamic.

From here the whole hair was not beyond the circle of religious poetry, or religious discourse: “You feel for the first reading you with Adib truly Muslim, Islam is reflected in his poetry a sincere Islamic Bahacish, noble and religious feelings, and language inspired by the Koran, and his faith sober, enlightened ideas Muhammadiyah…”([1]). ... Read more

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Comparison between the book asset in manual mode and jurisprudence to Abu Zakaria Ganaona (S 5/ 11) The manual book qualities of my father Isaac Hadrami (S 5/ 11).

Comparison between the book asset in manual mode and jurisprudence to Abu Zakaria Ganaona (S 5/ 11)
The manual book qualities of my father Isaac Hadrami (S 5/ 11)*
D. Farhat Ben Ali Aldjabera([1])
Not wrong with the seeds of Islamic jurisprudence derived from the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger e, and that the spread of the Islamic conquests in the outskirts of the globe until proven doctrine is the front main effective in absorbing each bid civilized did not know Muslims in the Arabian Peninsula, and actually Violent lives in large and small .
Among these schools of law school emerged among those who are righteous (Ibadi) With the second decade of the second half of the first century with the imam Jabir bin Zaid Oman ... Read more
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Imam Jabir bin Zaid and his handling of problems jurisprudential

Imam Jabir bin Zaid and his handling of problems jurisprudential

Jurisprudential model of fatwas early

Preparation: Alhaji Suleiman bin Ibrahim Babziz

(Researcher in Islamic Studies and Heritage Ibadi, Republic of Algeria)

Introduction:

Praise be to Allah, and peace be upon the Prophet Secretary, and the guided followers Wastin Psonth to the Day of Judgment.

وبعد؛ فإن الحياة لا تخلو من حوادث وعقبات تعترض الأمم والشعوب، فتجعل البشر يبحثون عن حلول لإشكالاتهم، ومخارج لِـما يقضّ مضاجعهم ويؤرِّق لياليهم؛ فيلجؤون إلَى العلماء والحكماء يفكُّون ألغازهم ويستبصرون لهم الحلول؛ ومن رحمة الله تعالى علَى هَذِه الأمة أن جعل لها أئمَّةً يهدون إلَى الحقِّ، وأعلاما يستنبطون لهم الأحكام من أدلّة شرعية تجول فيها الأفهام وتصول، وكأن تلك النصوص جُعلت لترويض العقول علَى البحث والاجتهاد، فصارت تحمل في طياتها أكثر من معنى حتى تتماشى مع متغيرات الزمان، وتزدهر مع متطورات الحياة، مستظلة تحت القواعد الشرعية الكبرى، ووفق أصول وضوابط تمنع من التخبّط والانحراف في فهم النصّ أو تحميله ما لم يحتمل؛ فمن ذلك ظهرت المدارس الفقهية تبرز ديناميكية الإسلام في التنوع والتجدد، وقابلية لاستيعاب كلّ جديد، باسطا هيمنته علَى شتى مناحي الحياة، وشاملا لجميع المشاكل والمستجدات، دالا علَى عالميته وصلاحيته لكل زمان ومكان. ... Read more

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Islamic calligraphy

Islamic calligraphy

Islamic calligraphy

Islamic calligraphy, colloquially known as Arabic calligraphy, is the art of artistic handwriting, or calligraphy, and by extension, of bookmaking. This art, associated with Islam, has most often ... Read more

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Translated Quran

Assalaam Alaikum Warahmatullah Wabarakatuhu

Welcome to the translation of the Holy Quran Online. For a long time, I and others have been looking for a simple interface to the translation of the Holy Quran in English. Inshallah, I hope this attempt will make it easier for us to read the Quran on the web or at home in its electronic form. For those new to the Quran, the word Quran (kurr-‘aan) itself means recitation.

The Quran is the last revelation to humanity and has been unchanged since it was sent down to the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, in the 7th century. The Quran’s 114 chapters (Surahs) and 6236 verses (Ayahs) are the source of every Muslim’s faith and practice.

The Quran has had such a powerful effect on all those who have read its words; From Umar ibn al-Khattab, one of the greatest enemies and persecutors of Islam, who read the first 14 verses of Surah Ta-Ha and was so struck by them, he not only became Muslim, but also one of Islam’s strongest champions; To German born convert Muhammad Asad who early this century described the Quran as “the ultimate manifestation of God’s grace to man, the ultimate wisdom, and the ultimate beauty of expression: in short, the word of God.” One thing to note is that this is the English translation of the meaning of the Quran , not the Quran itself. The Quran is in its original, pristine Arabic as it was revealed from Allah.

Someone new to these verses may not fully understand the verses and may take them out of context. One must look into all the verses in relation to each other and the Sunnah and Hadith (example and traditions of the prophet (s)), the context of revelation, Commentary (commentaries), the original lexical Arabic and scholarly understanding to fully interpret the Quran’s meaning. However, it is highly encouraged for every Muslim to read the Quran and hopefully this English translation will be a good reference.

As Abdullah Yusuf Ali says, “It is the duty of every Muslim – man, woman, or child – to read the Quran and understand it according to his own capacity.” May Allah reward him for his life’s work, for it has changed my life and millions of others irrevocably by allowing us to read the words of God’s divine guidance.

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Suhar (Sohar) in the Early Islamic Period:

The Written Evidence

In 280/893 the first Imamate of Oman ('Umam) collapsed in civil war and for approximately a century and a half its overseas commerce fell into the hand of foreigners or their vassals. It was during this foreign occupation or the coast that Suhâr (Sohar) underwent the major transformation which led Muqaddasi (p. 92) to describe it as “the hallway of China, the storehouse of the East (Persia) and al-‘Iraq, and the support of al-Yaman”. ... Read more

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EXPEDITION OF PEDRO GARCIA ET DE NAVARRE OF TOLEDO CONTRE DJERBA (1510) ACCORDING TO SOURCES ABADHITES

FOREWORD

I pointed out in my paper entitled books of the sect abadhile document which I give here the text and translation. It has been partially translated from M by. Tunisian Journal Bossoutrot in January 1903 (Document Muslims to serve a story Djerba). But the text has not been given and the translation is incomplete, I thought there was interest in publishing this manuscript verbatim, which contains the story of the attempt in September 1510 against the island of Djerba by Pierre de Navarre and Don Garcia de Toledo. ... Read more

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A little known kingdom Ibadite : The State of Banu Masala (Ixe s.)

The Berber kingdom of Rostemides-Ibadi with its capital in Tahert (near the current Dash, in the ci-devant department of Oran Algeria), founded in 761/62 of our era by Abd ar-Rahman ibn Rustum, from 776/77 Imam recognized by all the Ibadites Maghreb1, ... Read more

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MUSLIM LAND AND WATER LAW

With any large scale pre-industrialized society, analysing the systeme of land control is fundamental to understanding the nature of government, the power of the élite and the stability of that society. That it may appear an urban society simply reflects the fact that government is centralized ... Read more

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Study on Abadhite waqf and its applications Mzab

Work-based sources Ibadi is an unusual phenomenon too, not to attract attention, It is aware that the study of the world is not Ibadite, in fact, in its initial phase ; indeed, sources still have not "been very little examined, for the simple reason that they are, mostly, or unknown, or even inaccessible to science. The world has so Ibadite, until today, a real field blank, or a series studious research scientists will be needed, to fill gaps innumerable teeming with this section if curious and important field of Islamism. So it is with gratitude that we welcome the work of M. Haberdasher, helping to enrich the knowledge of the law Ibadite, by studying the wakf Ibadite, about which nobody has touched him before. ... Read more

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THE ARTICULATION OF IBADHI IDENTITY IN MODERN OMAN AND ZANZIBAR

With some justification, Ibadhi Muslims complain that although they read the literature of all the sects, not- Ibadhis hardly ever look at Ibadhi literature. Descriptions of Ibadhism in the works of medieval Sunni scholars like Ibn hazm are full of inaccuracies, and modern scholarship on Ibađism has been scant, ... Read more

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