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ISBN: 1575060264
Author: Uri Rubin,David J. Wasserstein
Language: English
Publisher: Eisenbrauns; 1 edition (June 30, 1997)
Pages: 256
Category: Humanities
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This hardback is Vol. XVII of the "Israel Oriental Studies" with this 256-page book subtitled: "Dhimmis and Others .

This hardback is Vol. XVII of the "Israel Oriental Studies" with this 256-page book subtitled: "Dhimmis and Others: Jews and Christians and the World of Classical Islam. and the Golden Age of the Jews in al-Andalus" by David Wasserstein (18 pgs); "Excerpts from the Abridgment of al-Kitab al-Kati by Abu al-Farag Harun in Arabic Script" by Nasir Basal (20 pgs; in Arabic, Hebrew & English); "Jewish Converts to Islam in the Muslim West" by Mercedes Garcia-Arenal (24 pgs); and two.

Israel Oriental Studies has ceased publication with volume 2.

Israel Oriental Studies has ceased publication with volume 20. Introduction. ON THE WORDS FOR ‘JEW(S)’ IN ARABIC - Simon Hopkins. THE MUSLIMS AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE JEWS IN AL-ANDALUS - David J. Wasserstein. EXCERPTS FROM THE ABRIDGMENT (AL-MUHTASAR) OF AL-KITAB AL-KAFI BY ABU AL-FARAG HARUN IN ARABIC SCRIPT - Nasir Basal. JEWISH CONVERTS TO ISLAM IN THE MUSLIM WEST - Mercedes Garcia-Arenal. IGOR DIAKONOFF: ARCHAIC MYTHS OF THE ORIENT AND THE OCCIDENT - by Daniel E. Gershenson. watson: sbahtu! A COURSE IN SAN ANI ARABIC - by Moshe Piamenta.

Islam has always had ambivalent relations with Judaism and Christianity, as also with Jews and Christians. The awkwardness of their character has been accentuated by the creation and perpetuation, on all sides, of partial and ill-intentioned images during the middle ages and by political developments in the modern period. Since the beginning of serious modern study of Islam has always had ambivalent relations with Judaism and Christianity, as also with Jews and Christians.

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Article in Journal of the American Oriental Society 121(2):331 · April 2001 with 12 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

Christians and Others in the Umayyad State. 17 For a full discussion of this idea, see Donner, Mu-hammad and the Believers. 18 Rāġib, Une ère inconnue. This volume inaugurates a new book series entitled Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE), published by the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago. 19 On the Jewish communities of Medina in pre-Is-lamic and early Islamic times, see Lecker, Muslims, Jews, and Pagans. For a broader Arabian context, see.

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The Dhimmi: Jews and Christians Under Islam is a book by Bat Ye'or. The book was first published in French in 1980, and was titled Le Dhimmi : Profil de l'opprimé en Orient et en Afrique du Nord depuis la conquête Arabe (The Dhimmi: Profile of the oppressed in the Orient and in North Africa since the Arab conquest). It was translated into English and published in 1985 under the name The Dhimmi: Jews and Christians Under Islam.

Islam has always had ambivalent relations with Judaism and Christianity, as also with Jews and Christians. The awkwardness of their character has been accentuated by the creation and perpetuation, on all sides, of partial and ill-intentioned images during the middle ages and by political developments in the modern period. Since the beginning of serious modern study of Islam in the west, these relations have found an important place in scholars’ interest, partly because many of those in the west who have studied Islam have been Jews, with a natural attraction to an interest in those topics which affected Jews and other minorities in the Islamic environment.

In this volume, we have tried to assemble a collection of papers which reflect something of the diversity of the problems offered by this range of relations. We have also attempted to reflect, in the variety of the papers and the topics discussed in them, the rich variety of approach adopted by scholars over the last century and a half of such study.

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