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New Trends in Islamic Education in Nigeria: a Preliminary Account1
only little attention. During the colonial period, the traditional Islamic schools in the North (Quranic Schools and cllm Schools, Hausa: makarantar alli and makarantar Jilmf) continued to flourish.Expand
Education and the growth of religious associations among Yoruba Muslims : The Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria
Pour tout a la fois son reformisme religieux et ses activites sociales, le role principal de la societe islamique Ansar-Ud-Deen au Nigeria etait l'education religieuse et la fondationExpand
Religion between Last Judgement, law and faith: Koranic dīn and its rendering in Latin translations of the Koran
In this article, the meaning of the Latin term religio and its equivalents in European languages is considered in a diachronical perspective, with a special focus on the history of the Koranic termExpand
Religious dynamics under the impact of imperialism and colonialism
Online version: ; Religious dynamics under the impact of imperialism and colonialism ; Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2016 ; 9789004329003 ; (DLC) 2016033563 ;
The Second Intifada and the "Day of Wrath": Safar al-Hawālī and his anti-Semitic reading of Biblical Prophecy
Few months after the outbreak of the al-Aqsa Intifada, Safar al-Hawālī, one of the most prominent and controversial Islamic scholars of Saudi Arabia, published his book Yawm al-gadab , "The Day ofExpand
The World of Murtada Al-Zabidi (1732-91): Life, Networks and Writings
Introduction: Murta?a al-Zabidi - A Muslim Humanist Scholar of the 12th/18th Century Acknowledgements 1. From India to Cairo: Murta?a al-Zabidi's Life and Times 2. Zabidi's Writings 3. PersonalExpand
Literary Culture And Arabic Manuscripts In 19th-Century Ilọrin
Arabic and Islamic learning and education are among the key elements of the foundation narrative of the Ilọrin emirate, as was the case in other parts of the former Sokoto Caliphate in Nigeria. TheExpand
The Arabic Concept of Dīn and Islamic Religious Sciences in the 18th Century: The Case of Murtaḍā al-Zabīdī (d. 1791)
The Arabic word dīn, the central concept of “Religion” in Islam, has a long and complex history which reflected the interreligious landscape of the Middle East. This included a universal notionExpand