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The Impact of Islam on Urban Development in North Africa

  title={The Impact of Islam on Urban Development in North Africa},
  author={R. Saoud and Salim Al-Hassani and Faaiza Bashir},
  • R. Saoud, Salim Al-Hassani, Faaiza Bashir
  • Published 2004
  • Geography
  • The decade of the nineties saw a substantial increase in critics against Islam blaming it for the backwardness and primitive state of Muslim societies. Such critics were much louder in the North African region, especially after the unfortunate events leading to the Algerian crisis. The new millennium, especially after the American incident of September 11 2001 brought serious threats against Islam. The present paper seeks to remind the readers of the contribution of Islam to the civilisation of… CONTINUE READING
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