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The Muslim World : Volume 8

By: Hartford Seminary Foundation

...ry over the other religions of the country and ulti- mate supremacy of the Muslims over the other peoples of the Empire is a mere dream, to follow whi... ...dream, to follow which will bring only misfortune and destruction upon the Muslims. Even if through some unforeseen chain of circumstances their hope ... ...y of Prankish culture and it is this which China is about to adopt. If the Muslims should attach themselves to some extent to the party of reform, two... ...ok long journeys "to pursue those secular studies whichwe call the liberal arts." In 1267 he entered the Dominican monastery of Sancta Maria Novella a... ... possess a fascinating literature of folklore and song, humorous, lyrical, martial, historical and what-not. Such literature, being in the language of... ...most desirable sort, by efforts to pro- vide material for the study of the arts and sciences, and other aspects of modern life, and by an exceedingly ... ... of little education, whilst the more intelligent could be employed in the arts and handicrafts section. The aim would be to give the convert or serio... ... control, the Darwish has developed his emotion- alism along political and martial lines, whereas in India the greater the strength given to the Fakir...

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Muslim Chinese Martial Arts

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... Tán Tuǐ • Muslim Wushu Masters ... ... Chinese martial arts practiced by Hui ... ... Chinese martial arts practiced by Hui ... ... Tán Tuǐ • Muslim Wushu Masters ...

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The Muslim World : Volume 9

By: Hartford Seminary Foundation

...sapproval of some- thing for which Mohammed gave permission {rakhkhas, see Muslim vol. ii, p. 22). But it was of no avail. Mus- lim {loc. cit.) tells ... ...irthday *Halabi loc. cit. 'Hisham p. 759. Waqidi (ed. Wellhausen) p. 282. 'Muslim in Mishkat al Masabith, Kitab an nikah, v. i. 9 ; Waqidi p. 366. *Th... ... 366. *This is perfectly clear both from the wording of the tradition from Muslim and from the analogy of the Bani Mustaliq affair. The three- months ... ...e strictness with which the officials enforced the findings of their court martials and pub- licly hanged in the streets of Damascus and Beirut a scor... ...days of Islam and the present fallen condition of the Mussulmans in India. Arts and letters are almost dead; science and philosophy have taken shelter...

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Indian martial arts

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...Part of a series on Indian martial arts ... ... a series on Indian martial arts ... ... Indian martial arts refers to the fighting systems of the Indian subcontinent in S... ... Indian martial arts refers to the fighting systems of the Indian subcontinent in South Asi... ...istan, Bangladesh, and sometimes Sri Lanka and Nepal. Although South Asian martial arts is occasionally preferred for neutrality, the fighting styles ... ...angladesh, and sometimes Sri Lanka and Nepal. Although South Asian martial arts is occasionally preferred for neutrality, the fighting styles of all t... ...ions.[28] Over a period of several centuries, invading Muslim armies managed to occupy much of present-day Pakistan and northern I... ...h of present-day Pakistan and northern India. In response to the spread of Muslim rule,[29] the kingdoms of south India united in the 1300s to found t... ...iva sutra) to re-establish Hindavi Swarajya (Hindu self-rule) at a time of Muslim supremacy and increasing intolerance.[21] Utilizing speed, focused s...

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The Muslim World : Volume 5

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...ersia, Change of Spirit among Moslem Unrest at Delhi MoslemWomen of Russia Muslim Propaganda in Bengal Native Workers in Java, Conference of Needy Fie... ... I. Goldziher 91 viii INDEX Book Reviews — continued. PAGE England and the Muslim World Syed H. R. Abdul Majid 321 Englishman's Recollections of Egypt... ...amally Jairazbhoy 324 India's Fighters Saint Nihal Singh 327 Islam and the Muslim Prayer . . . Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din 90 Islamic Africa... R. B. Sheppard... ...ce ! Be thine, England ! thine the nobler pride To win true Glory with the arts of Peace ! " • Lahore, India, Howard Arnold Walter. -:o:- IN A REAR-GU... ...ger pleases. She has learned both to fear her husband and to cultivate the arts which put off the day of her divorce. Love, in any true sense, is a st... ...ets of the world, continental communications have been suspended, and amid martial law and frantic popular excitement, huge armies are concentrating f... ...on, par Gaston Migeon. Two volumes. (Paris : Librairie Ceiitrale des Beaux Arts). These two volumes afford a complete history of Moslem ceremics, and ... ...Oran on the West to Tunis on the East, and points in the farther interior. Martial law was in force everywhere, and many war conditions were met with ... ...even these leave much unsaid because of the censorship. The declaration of martial law in Egypt was accom- panied by the institution of a rigid system...

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Chinese martial arts

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...Topics related all Chinese martial arts, also known as kung fu or wushu. Articles should be placed in ... ...Topics related all Chinese martial arts, also known as kung fu or wushu. Articles should be placed in appropri... ... See also: List of Chinese martial arts Subcategories This category has t... ... See also: List of Chinese martial arts Subcategories This category has the follo... ... Chinese martial arts terms ... ... Chinese martial arts terms ... ... Martial arts of Zhou Tong Martial arts practiced by Muslim Hui Meihuaquan Mi Tzu Mian Quan ... ... Martial arts of Zhou Tong Martial arts practiced by Muslim Hui Meihuaquan Mi Tzu Mian Quan ...

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The Muslim World : Volume 6

By: Hartford Seminary Foundation

...is not very pleasant to look upon. The Hindu rails against the rulers, the Muslim turns traitor to the traditions of unflinching loyalty to Islam. Isl... ...consist of one long decline, relieved now and then by a revival of the old martial ardour. This is due partly to external, partly to internal, causes.... ...on behalf of others ; a faith without any inspiration to him to extend the arts of peace and goodwill. To the Turk the member of another faith is some... ...those accepted by the Shias. Amongst the former are copies of the Bukhari, Muslim 'Tirmizi, Nasai and Ibn-i-Majah, and amongst the latter, the Kafi, T... ... at Woking, and had founded the paper now known as the Islamic Revieiv and Muslim India,^ Through this periodical and also through the Paigham-i-Sulah... ...er, make endure. He to all things may aspire, King of days, and souls, and arts." Thus only can we succeed in the tremendous oppor- tunities of our pr...

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Styles of Chinese martial arts

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... the Bund in Shanghai. The concept of martial arts styles only appear around the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Before... ...d in Shanghai. The concept of martial arts styles only appear around the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Before the Min... ...s only appear around the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Before the Ming period, martial skills were differentiated only by their lineage.[1] There are now ... ...by their lineage.[1] There are now hundreds of different styles of Chinese martial arts, many distinctive styles with their own sets of techniques and... ... lineage.[1] There are now hundreds of different styles of Chinese martial arts, many distinctive styles with their own sets of techniques and ideas. ... ...gional affiliation is one well known example. A particular Chinese martial arts style can be referred to as either a northern fist (北拳) or a southern ... ...styles are those that were practiced traditionally solely or mainly by the Muslim Hui minority in China. These styles often include Islamic principles... ...styles are those that were practiced traditionally solely or mainly by the Muslim Hui minority in China. These styles often include Islamic principles...

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The Muslim World : Volume 4

By: Hartford Seminary Foundation

... have languished in prison as heretofore ; the press has been under severe martial restrictions, and many papers have fallen under the censorial axe. ... ...ers respectively of Abu Bakr and 'Umar, poisoned Mohammed. In spite of his martial valour and eloquence of speech, indications appear even in the Shi'... ...orced conversion to Moham- medanism by the Turks five centuries ago ? When martial law is lifted, and investigations at; present impossible can be mad... ... The Two Ideals and How to Meet them. One who signs himself Sufi writes in Muslim India concerning the contrast between the East and the West, and we ... ... Text-books : " The Saracens " (Story of the Nations). D. B. Macdonald's " Muslim Theology " (3) Islam in daily life : — George Swan, Esq. (Routledge)... ...E MOSLEM WORLD A New Step toward Religious Liberty. Friends of missions to Muslims, especially those of Egypt, will be interested in hearing the resul... ... other end of the scale we find courses in cooking and a variety of homely arts. It is no matter of chance or of national endowment that German offici... ..., a builder of bridges and canals, and a patron of manufactures and of the arts and sciences. Under Shaikh Nur-ud-Din, at a little later period, great... ...d-so as a subject and then goes on to '' funoon shatta,'' namely, " sundry arts " or sciences Then follow some pages of what corresponds to the Questi...

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Muslim Brotherhood

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... www.ikhwanweb.com The Society of the Muslim Brothers ([16][17] Its top leader is on record as saying that the gr... ... Sunnah as the "sole reference point for ... ordering the life of the Muslim family, individual, community ... and state."[19] The movement ... ...ud an-Nukrashi Pasha by a young veterinary student who was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.[20][21][22] The Muslim Brotherhood ... ... a campus demonstration by Brotherhood students in uniforms, demonstrating martial arts drills, betrayed to some such as Jameel Theyabi "the group's i... ...s demonstration by Brotherhood students in uniforms, demonstrating martial arts drills, betrayed to some such as Jameel Theyabi "the group's intent to... ...patrick (26 April 2012). "President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt Said to Prepare Martial Law Decree". The New York Times (Egypt). Retrieved 8 December 2012....

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The Muslim World : Volume 2

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..., 1901) ; and the two by Professor Duncan B. MacDonald, The Development of Muslim Theology, Juris- prudence and Constitutional Theory^ (Scribners, New... ...de circulation and are published at a low price (two piastres). Tahdhir el Muslimin wal Miislimat min Mudaris el Nassara wal Mustashfiat. By i\.HMAD A... ...ristians would have to pay some fourteen shillings per annum each, and the Muslimin but one. This turned the scales. The Christianity of the Copandaca... .... Cairo, 1911. 10s. each. Manuel d'ArtMusulman. Architecture. H. Saladin ; Arts plastiques et industriels par G. Migeon. 2 Volumes. Paris, 1911. 255. ... ... by Shums-ul-Ulama Jivanji Jamshedji Modi. Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, London. 6(1. February. 1912. The Old District Records of Bengal, by t... ...estiveness or suspicion."* We have not space to dwell upon the many little arts and tricks by which he plays upon the susceptibilities of his hearers.... ...g. The book contains some chapters on the judgments delivered by the Court Martial at Adana. This Court Martial, instituted by the government, acquitt...

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Performing arts

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... Performing arts are art forms in which artists use their body, voice, or objects to co... ...body, voice, or objects to convey artistic expression—as opposed to visual arts, in which artists use paint/canvas or various materials to create phys... ...int/canvas or various materials to create physical art objects. Performing arts include a variety of disciplines but all are intended to be performed ... ...ics, figure skating, and synchronized swimming are dance disciplines while martial arts "kata" are often compared to dances. Histo... ...d live passion plays known as ta'ziya, where actors re-enact episodes from Muslim history. In particular, Shia Islamic plays revolved around the shahe...

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The Muslim World : Volume 12

By: Hartford Seminary Foundation

...ophet 25Such as the affair of the "Tomb of Eve." 26Notably in the Sahih of Muslim in the ninth century of our era. WHAT MOSLEMS EXPECT 33 give the na... ...and his resentment at white tutelage. It is the disinclination of the more martial African peoples for a pacific creed which perhaps accounts for Chri... ...irit of islam. (b) Popular Islam (The old Orthodoxy). Kitab Mufid 'Awam al Muslimin by Al Jirjani, Cairo, Al Maliji, 19 12. (For Arabic terms and view... ...AN Effendi. "The Mosque, Melrose-road, East Putney, May 27. "Yesterday the Muslim world celebrated "Eid," the feast of joy, which marks the closing of... ...s). Family Life, Government, Economic Institutions, and Literature and the Arts. The author has succeeded in crowding much accurate information on all... ...full weight of the social boycott. The Hindoos, writhing under memories of Martial Law, understand neither the man nor the cause, and are a little ner... ...urch Catholic, their ecclesiastical customs, festivals, pilgrimages, magic arts, marriages and funerals ; the nine degrees of the clergy and the seven... ...ay be mentioned those of Engineering, Agriculture, Commerce, Finance, Fine Arts, Administration, as well as those for Veterinary Science, Military Sci...

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Folk arts of Karnataka

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...Karnataka has a variety of folk arts, including classical dance and puppetry. ... ... to rhythmic tunes played on wind instruments and percussion, and includes martial movements representing techniques used by the Kodavas in warfare. ... ...t hagalu veshagaararus belong to the Veerashaiva tradition, while some are Muslims. Sometimes they are addressed as jyaatigaararu ("belonging to the M... ... ^ A description of Gaarudi Gombe is provided by "Folk Arts - Music and Dance". Online webpage of udupipages.com. Shathabdi Graphi... ... References Folk arts & Dances of Karnataka Folk arts of Karnat... ... to rhythmic tunes played on wind instruments and percussion, and includes martial movements representing techniques used by the Kodavas in warfare. ... ...t hagalu veshagaararus belong to the Veerashaiva tradition, while some are Muslims. Sometimes they are addressed as jyaatigaararu ("belonging to the M...

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The Muslim World : Volume 11

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... Magazine, The 104 Islamsche Schriftbander: Amida, Diarbekr 322 Ittihad al Muslimin , Jalal Nuri Bey 320 Kabbalah, The Christian D. Ginsburg 420 La Fi... ...he can no longer defend the true interests of the nation, and when courts- martial are established in the capital under British laws — Reply: Yes. 2. ... ...'s death, extended from the Indus to the Guadalquivir. The dazzling era of arts, sciences, letters and commerce which reached the zenith of its splend... ...d to become foundations of Moslem palaces. In a brilliant efllorescence of arts, let- ters, philosophy, and a religious eclecticism in which Moslem do... ...e predominant influence of Christian ideas in the poetry, science and even arts and industries of the Arabs both before and imme- diately after the ri... ...not amazing that the canonical books of tradition — especially Bukhari and Muslim — in the eyes of the com- munity have acquired a rank nearly as high... ..., and in the union the wife plays by no means a secondary part. Ittihad al Muslimin. (The Union of the Mohammedans) Islam — Its Past, Present and Futu...

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History of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

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...his article refers to the history of the Egyptian organisation called the Muslim Brotherhood ; for non-historical information on the organization see... ...slim Brotherhood ; for non-historical information on the organization see Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt ; for other Muslim Brotherhood organizations in... ... ; for other Muslim Brotherhood organizations in other countries, see the Muslim Brotherhood article. The Muslim Brotherhood was founded in Isma... ...he monarchy in 1952, but the junta was unwilling to share power or lift martial law and clashed with the Brotherhood. 1954-1982 After the at... ...forms, displaying the phrase, 'We Will be Steadfast', and drills involving martial arts. This betrayed the group's intent to plan for the creation of ... ...isplaying the phrase, 'We Will be Steadfast', and drills involving martial arts. This betrayed the group's intent to plan for the creation of militia ...

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The Black Muslims in America

By: Eric, Lincoln C.

...BLACK by C. ERIC LINCOLN The Black Muslims in America by C. Eric Lincoln Foreword by Gordon Allport Beacon P... ...and philosophy at Clark College in Atlanta, Georgia. This study of the Black Muslims began when I read the following appraisal of Christianity in a te... ...a sensitive and gifted young man, had come Binder the influence of the local Muslim minister, as had a few otl^er students at the college. Despite the... ...conversation. The Negro leader, the Negro social scientist, the Negro man of arts and letters is likely to view all social, economic, political, indee... ...t a typical example, but he does illustrate the emphasis upon the performing arts which are useful in attracting young Negroes into the Muslim fold. T... ...o as a police force and judiciary or, more exactly, a constabulary and court-martial to root out and punish any hint of heterodoxy or any slackening o...

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Hui people

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... Xiao'erjing : حُوِ ذَو / حواري, Dungan : Хуэйзў/Huejzw) are a predominantly Muslim ethnic group in China . Hui people are found throughout the c... ... Under this definition, the Hui people are defined to include all historically Muslim communities in People's Republic of China that are not include... ... other officially recognized ethnic groups of PRC are considered predominantly Muslim. Those nine groups are defined mainly on linguistic grounds: nam... ...r variation of Chinese cuisine, Chinese Islamic cuisine and Muslim Chinese martial arts . Their mode of dress also differs primarily in that men w... ...ion of Chinese cuisine, Chinese Islamic cuisine and Muslim Chinese martial arts . Their mode of dress also differs primarily in that men wear whi... ...ast, Northern Hui Sufis were very fond of synthesizing Taoist teachings and martial arts practices with Sufi philosophy. In early modern times, v... ...thern Hui Sufis were very fond of synthesizing Taoist teachings and martial arts practices with Sufi philosophy. In early modern times, villages ... ...acco. Large numbers of Hui enlisted in the military and were praised for their martial skills. Circumcision in Islam is known as khitan . There is...

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A Short History of Muslim Rule in India

By: Ishwari Prasad

...ITION THE first edition of this book was very favourably received by students of Muslim history all over India. Its use- fulness is shown by the fact ... ...o the reading public a concise and readable narrative of the achievements of our Muslim conquerors, both Mughal and pre-Mughal, up to the death of Aur... ... in 1339. In 1640 Babar's well-known cousin Mirza Haidar Daghlfit, 2 HISTORY OF MUSLIM RULE the historian, conquered the valley and established his s... ...ady known to the Hindu saints and philosophers and they found that in the nobler arts, which enhance the dignity of man, the Hindus far ex- celled the... ...more ambitious of these petty chiefs turned to India to find an outlet for their martial ardour and love of conquest. In 933 A.D. Alaptagin seized Gha... ... faith, and as the founder of a large kingdom on foreign .soil among races whose martial grow ess was well-known, he ranks among the great pioneers of... ...p of wine. Day and night he was watched by his tutors who taught him tfie polite arts and manly exercises, and never permitted him to do an improper a... ...ility of his genius took by surprise all his contemporaries. A lover of the fine arts* a cultured scholarand an accomplishedpoet, hewas equally at hom... ...ess of their mighty hero, a worthy object of devotion and loyalty, stirred their martial spirit, and led them on to new fields of glory and renown, an...

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Ma Yue

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...Ma Yue was born in 1959 to a Muslim Hui family in Hebei, whose association with martial arts goes back s... ...e was born in 1959 to a Muslim Hui family in Hebei, whose association with martial arts goes back six generations. As a five year ... ...rn in 1959 to a Muslim Hui family in Hebei, whose association with martial arts goes back six generations. As a five year old, his... ...rt weapon and straight sword.[1] Ma Yue has since had a long career in the martial arts. He is a Chinese National Wushu Champion, two-time gold medall... ...n and straight sword.[1] Ma Yue has since had a long career in the martial arts. He is a Chinese National Wushu Champion, two-time gold medallist and ... ... Categories Hui people Chinese Muslims Living people Chinese M... ... Islamic biography stubs Chinese martial arts biography stubs ... ... Islamic biography stubs Chinese martial arts biography stubs Ma Yue... ... Ma Yue was born in 1959 to a Muslim Hui family in Hebei, whose association with martial arts goes back s...

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Promotion of Learning in India during Muhammadan Rule (By Muhammadans)

By: Law, Narendra Nath, 1889; Beveridge, Henry, 1837-1929

...a was devoid of Muhammadan scholarship of the type found in the centres of Muslim learning outside India, and that the Muhammadan literati of India la... ...orts and an attempt to show in a connected narrative that the long roll of Muslim rulers, emperors and invaders from Mahmud downwards were not altoget... ... xiv. 82, article " Jaunpur.") Chapter VIII. gives an account of the Minor Muslim kingdoms. Ferishta is chiefly followed here, and he is a good author... ...e maintenance of the students and proper persons to instruct youths in the arts and sciences." 1 Ferishta, moreover, adds the interesting piece of inf... ...ds literary men as he was, his literary bias dominated on one occasion his martial instincts and made his zeal for war yield to dictates of peace; in ... ... Sultan. In spite of his early education under strict tutors in the polite arts and manly exercises and in spite of his literary bent and wide reading... ...ace amid great feasting and rejoicing. 1 Sultan Firuz's taste for the fine arts was in- fluenced by his religious ardour. It was usual with many previ...

Muslims -- India ; Education and state -- India ; Cultural policy

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Wang Zi-Ping

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...Part of a series on Chinese martial arts (Wushu) ... ...a series on Chinese martial arts (Wushu) ... ... Styles of Chinese martial arts ————— List of Chinese martial arts ... ... Styles of Chinese martial arts ————— List of Chinese martial arts ... ... Wang Zi-Ping (1881–1973) was a Chinese-Muslim [1] practitioner of Chinese Martial Arts and traditional medicine fr... ... Wang Zi-Ping (1881–1973) was a Chinese-Muslim [1] practitioner of Chinese Martial Arts and traditional medicine from Changzhou, Cangxian county, Meng... ...-Ping (1881–1973) was a Chinese-Muslim [1] practitioner of Chinese Martial Arts and traditional medicine from Changzhou, Cangxian county, Mengcun, Heb... ...her=ABC-CLIO ed.). p. 343. ISBN . Retrieved 2012-10-08. Muslims also have been active in shuai- jiao ( Chinese wrestling), a famous... ... ^ sheilaX (11 December 2005). "Wang Ziping- Muslim patriot in China". Higher Criticism. Retrieved 18 June 2014.  ...

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An Oriental Biographical Dictionary, Founded on Materials Collected by the Late Thomas William Beale

By: Beale, Thomas William, D. 1875. Keene, Henry George, 1825-1915, Editor

...ers, entitled Inshd-i-'AiduUah. 'Abdullah (<U^ ^ X^^ ^ i]]\x^), the son of Muslim, the son of Qutaiba, was the author of the work called Xitnb-ul- ma'... ...ams, and of all the saints of Arabia, Persia, and Hindustan. 'Abdullah Abu-Muslim (.jl iiJJlji^i *Ljj,^), author of the Commentary on theQm\"in, calle... ....jl iiJJlji^i *Ljj,^), author of the Commentary on theQm\"in, called Sahlh Muslim. He wasborn in A.D. 817, A.H. 202, and diedinthe year a.d. 875, A.H.... ...erses are written with fiery energy, which has made them popular amongst a martial people, and yet with natural simplicity which is charming to the lo... ...0 distiches. He was also a proficient in painting and some of the pla.stic arts. 'Alisher died on Sunday the 6th December, a.d. 1500, 15th Jamad I. A.... ... a Diwan. HIDA ICO nixD Hidayat-ullah (a,Ul ui^jIa-a), author of awork on arts anil sciences called Hiddyat- til-Ramal, written in a.D. 1601. Hidayat... ...uHihxr, or the Sea of Jewels, said to be an Encyclopaedia or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. Muhammad bin-Yusaf (i d.»;.j ji^.s.'* t_j,^^), of Herat,... ...Jalal-uddln Ivhan, the Nawab' s brother, was tried and couyicted by court- martial, and shot by order of General Jones on the 23rd April, 1858, at Kot...

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Islamic culture

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... Muslim martial arts ... ... Muslim martial arts ... ... Muslim martial arts ... ... C Chinese Islamic cuisine Cultural Muslim Culture of Morocco E ... ... F Farooqi Festival of Muslim Cultures Fidyah and Kaffara G ... ... Muslim martial arts ... ... Muslim martial arts ...

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Islam and Missions : Being Papers Read at the Second Missionary Conference on Behalf of the Mohammedan World at Lucknow, January 23-28, 1911

By: Missionary Conference on Behalf of the Mohammedan World, 2nd; 1911; Lucknow; Zwemer, Samuel Marinus, 1867-1952; Wherry, Elwood Morris, 1843-1927

...nto the Moslem fold, would become propagators of Islam on account of their martial instincts and their anti-foreign proclivities. I have not been able... ...lam at once accepted his lordship he came to be looked upon as the Imam ul Muslimin or earthly head of the Moslem world who had absolute power over al... ...ign power than he showed the world that it was his intention to be Imam ul Muslimin in the first place and then Sultan of Turkey. Heaven's vice- geren... ...rse every person knew that Abd ul Hamid thought it his duty as the Imam ul Muslimin to oppose Christianity whenever and wherever he had an oppor- tuni... ... from the obstinacy which blinds them to the wonderful achievements in the arts and sciences that have changed the world during the past generation. ^... ...dan is eminently practical. It is the practical side ofhim enforced by his martial qualities that has led to such success in his rela- tions to the ra...

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Barani

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...y refer to: Ziauddin Barani, medieval Indian Muslim historian Berani flip - an acrobatic flip u... ... Berani flip - an acrobatic flip used in gymnastics and martial arts Barani Department, in Burkina Faso ... ... Berani flip - an acrobatic flip used in gymnastics and martial arts Barani Department, in Burkina Faso ...

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The Preaching of Islam : A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith

By: Arnold, Thomas Walker, Sir 1864-1930

... dec 9 1913 THE V . PREACHING OF ISLAM A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith BY T. W. ARNOLD M.A. CLE. PROFESSOR OF ARABIC, UNIVERSITY OF L... .... The spread of Islam in Sicily and the missionary labours of the numerous Muslim saints. 2 De Trinitate, i. 5. (Migne, torn, xlii, p. 823.) vii viii... ...tory of the North African Church and the condition of the Christians under Muslim rule, should be worked out ; the profound regret which all Semitic s... ... kind offices of 1 The student of the literature of Science or of the Fine Arts finds the libraries at South Kensington open till 10 o'clock on three ... ...luence they desired through their knowledge of medicine, of the mechanical arts, and other advantages of civilisation, and each hermitage became a cen... ... or civil, but they have also dis- tinguished themselves in the mechanical arts and in sciences such as mathematics and astronomy. 1 The Chinese Muham... ... to embrace it ; take your choice." But much as Islam may have owed to the martial prowess of such fanatics as these, there is the overwhelming testim...

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Wang Ju-Rong

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... Wang Ju-Rong (1928–2006) was a Chinese-Muslim martial artist and Wushu professor in the Shanghai Institute of Phys... ... Wang Ju-Rong (1928–2006) was a Chinese-Muslim martial artist and Wushu professor in the Shanghai Institute of Physical Ed... ...ang Ju-Rong was the daughter of Wang Zi-Ping, a renowned figure in Chinese Martial Arts and Traditional Medicine. In 1955 Wang married Wu Chengde, who... ...ong was the daughter of Wang Zi-Ping, a renowned figure in Chinese Martial Arts and Traditional Medicine. In 1955 Wang married Wu Chengde, who was a s... ...eaching there for 36 years and conducting research in the field of Chinese martial arts, including Shaolin, Wudangquan, Taijiquan, Tongbeiquan and Nan... ...there for 36 years and conducting research in the field of Chinese martial arts, including Shaolin, Wudangquan, Taijiquan, Tongbeiquan and Nanquan. Sh... ...he was the first professor to have two students earn a 'Masters of Martial Arts' degree in Taijiquan.[4] Accomplishments ... ... Chinese wushu practitioners Chinese Muslims Hui people ... ... Wang Ju-Rong (1928–2006) was a Chinese-Muslim martial artist and Wushu professor in the Shanghai Institute of Phys...

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The Preaching of Islam : A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith

By: Arnold, Thomas Walker, Sir 1864-1930

...ldLibrary.net THE PREACHING OF ISLAM A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith BY T. W. ARNOLD M.A. CLE. PROFESSOR OK ARABIC, UNIVERSITY OF L... .... The spread of Islam in Sicily and the missionary labours of the numerous Muslim saints. * De Trinitate, i. 5. (Migne, tom. xlii, p. 823.) vii viii ... ...tory of the North African Church and the condition of the Christians under Muslim rule, should be worked out ; the profound regret which all Semitic s... ... kind offices of ^ The student of the literature of Science or of the Fine Arts finds the libraries at South Kensington open till lo o'clock on three ... ...luence they desired through their knowledge of medicine, of the mechanical arts, and other advantages of civilisation, and each hermitage became a cen... ... or civil, but they have also dis- tinguished themselves in the mechanical arts and in sciences such as mathematics and astronomy.^ The Chinese Muhamm... ... to embrace it ; take your choice." But much as Islam may have owed to the martial prowess of such fanatics as these, there is the overwhelming testim...

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Omar Ashour

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...Omar Ashour is a political scientist, human rights activist, and a martial arts champion from Montreal . Born in Cairo, Ashour obtained hi... ...mar Ashour is a political scientist, human rights activist, and a martial arts champion from Montreal . Born in Cairo, Ashour obtained his Bsc an... ...m McGill University in Montreal, where he taught political science and martial arts. Academic career Ashour is the Director of the Middle Eas... ...l University in Montreal, where he taught political science and martial arts. Academic career Ashour is the Director of the Middle East Gradua... ...shed works cover the Middle East, the Caucasus, Central Asia, and Arab and Muslim Communities in the West.http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~con... ...//www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a714044661~db=all~order=page Martial Arts Ashour is a Taekwondo master and a well-decorated kickboxe... ...formaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a714044661~db=all~order=page Martial Arts Ashour is a Taekwondo master and a well-decorated kickboxer. He wa...

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The Preaching of Islam : A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith

By: Arnold, Thomas Walker, Sir 1864-1930

...CHING OF ISLAM THE PREACHING OF ISLAM A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith BY T. W> ARNOLD, B.A. LATE SCHOLAR OF MAGDALENE COLLEGE, CAMBR... .... The spread of Islam in Sicily and the missionary labours of the numerous Muslim saints. 2 De Trinitate, i. 5. (Migne, tom. xlii. p. 823.) x PREFACE... ...tory of the North African church and the condition of the Christians under Muslim rule, should be worked out ; the profound regret which all Semitic s... ...ree will, and could only have made use of their personal influence and the arts of per- suasion in inducing their troops to follow their example. They... ...luence they desired through their knowledge of medicine, of the mechanical arts, and other advantages of civilisation, and each hermitage became a cen... ...ry or civil, but they have also distinguished themselves in the mechanical arts and in sciences such as mathematics and astronomy. 4 The favour shown ... ... to embrace it ; take your choice." But much as Islam may have owed to the martial prowess of such fanatics as these, there is the overwhelming testim...

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The Beast

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... Brock Lesnar (born 1977), American professional wrestler and former mixed martial arts fighter Bob Sapp (born 1973), America... ...esnar (born 1977), American professional wrestler and former mixed martial arts fighter Bob Sapp (born 1973), American mixed ... ...arts fighter Bob Sapp (born 1973), American mixed martial arts fighter Dan Severn (born 1958), Ameri... ...hter Bob Sapp (born 1973), American mixed martial arts fighter Dan Severn (born 1958), American mixe... ...ts fighter Dan Severn (born 1958), American mixed martial arts fighter Other uses ... ...er Dan Severn (born 1958), American mixed martial arts fighter Other uses ... ... Beast of the Earth, a sign of the end time in Muslim belief Beast ...

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Al Minhaj Being the Evolution of Curriculum : In the Muslim Educational Institutions of India

By: Sufi, G. M. D

...... ...as Influenced by Islam. [7n the Press] 2. SUGHRA The Status and Schooling of Muslim Women in India. [7n Preparation] AL-MINHAJ BEING THE EVOLUTION OF... ...s nothing visionary or purely idealistic. The Evolution of Curriculum in the Muslim Educational Institutions of India was conceived in India sometime ... ...ons, according to their own ideals of life, accumulated stores of knowledge, arts, customs, beliefs and other experiences which will help them in carr... ...he secular or regular clergy. All studies were included in the seven liberal arts and theology. First came the 4 trivium ' (grammar, dialecticand reht... ...c) leading, in modern nomenclature, as it were, to the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Then came the ' quadrivium ' xii Introduction (geometry, arithmeti... ...uslim scholars had recourse to the scrutiny of the genealogy of narrators of martial events of yore and of those tribes. Caliph 'Umar enjoined popular...

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Lian padukan

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... History The art of lian was brought to Southeast Asia by a Hui (Muslim Chinese) trader from Yunnan, China usually c... ...e at the time was a British colony, and the island's small size made it too tightly-controlled for martial arts to be practiced openly. Instead, Abdul... ... time was a British colony, and the island's small size made it too tightly-controlled for martial arts to be practiced openly. Instead, Abdul Rahman ... ...man Yunani left Mersing. His whereabouts are unknown but many believe that he was the same Chinese Muslim credited with bringing a similar style to Sa... ...f Chu Aman, he became the lineage holder of buah pukul. Pak Mat Kedidi continued training in other martial arts, specifically silat sunting, silat sen... ...an, he became the lineage holder of buah pukul. Pak Mat Kedidi continued training in other martial arts, specifically silat sunting, silat sendeng and... ... Martial arts ... ... Martial arts ...

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The Saracens, From the Earliest Times to the Fall of Bagdad

By: Gilman, Arthur, 1837-1909

...ish a dynasty, 353. XXXVI. By Bagdad's Shrines .... 354-365 A pilgrimage to Mecca, 354—Muslim at Nisibis, 355—Rise of the Rawendites, 356—Bagdad found... ...n no further notices of them.* * " There were no police, or law-courts, or even courts-martial at Medina ; some one of the followers of Mohammed must ... ...ed almost miraculous. Since that moment he had been the right arm of Islam, and to his martial ability most of its victories in war were due. He showe... ... aged Sofian ; Abu Ayub, who had been at Bedr and at Ohud ;—all rekindled the fires of martial enthusiasm and girded on the sword to win victory over ... ...eader of the movement, was captured and imprisoned at Harran ; but his lieutenant, Abu Muslim, the real heart and soul of the insurrection, pressed on... ... ben Abdalla, ben Abbas), Syria ; to another, Bassora ; to another, Egypt ; and to Abu Muslim, to whom he owed his authority, he assigned Korassan. A ... ...se religionists who had arisen among the people, and in cultivating literature and the arts. In the year 784, he determined, though he was still a you... ...by the strong ministers, and all the while the kalif pursued his career as pa- tron of arts and letters ; wits and musicians thronged about him ; gram... ...r of his father, but he had imitated him in his encourage- ment of letters and liberal arts, and is said to have surpassed him in the magnificence of ...

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Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia

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...1997). Islam in an Era of Nation-States: Politics and Religious Renewal in Muslim Southeast Asia. University of Hawaii Press. p. 32–33.   ... ... ^ Douglas S. Farrer (4 August 2009). Shadows of the Prophet: Martial Arts and Sufi Mysticism. Springer. p. 8.   ... ... ^ Douglas S. Farrer (4 August 2009). Shadows of the Prophet: Martial Arts and Sufi Mysticism. Springer. p. 8.   ...

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The Preaching of Islam : A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith

By: Arnold, Thomas Walker, Sir 1864-1930

...CHING OF ISLAM THE PREACHING OF ISLAM A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith T/W. ARNOLD, B.A. LATE SCHOLAR OP MAGDALENE COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE... ...g. The spread of Islam in Sicilyand the missionary labours of the numerous Muslim saints. " De Trinitate, i. 5. (Migne, torn. xlii. p. 823.) X PREFAC... ...story ofthe North African church and the condition of the Christians under Muslim rule, should be worked out ; the profound regret which all Semitic s... ...ree will, and could only have made use of their personal influence and the arts of per- suasion in inducing their troops to follow their example. They... ...luence they desired through their knowledge of medicine, of the mechanical arts, and other advantages of civilisation, and •each hermitage became a ce... ...ry or civil, but they have also distinguished themselves in the mechanical arts and in sciences such as mathematics and astronomy.* The favour shown t... ... to embrace it ; take your choice." But much as Islam may have owed to the martial prowess of such fanatics as these, there is the overwhelming testim...

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Shuai jiao

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...o cover various styles of wrestling practised in China in the form of a martial arts system or a sport. The art was introduced to Southern China ... ...various styles of wrestling practised in China in the form of a martial arts system or a sport. The art was introduced to Southern China in Repu... ...s been described as an originating source of wrestling and latter forms of martial arts in China . "Jiao li" (角力) was first referenced in the Cla... ...escribed as an originating source of wrestling and latter forms of martial arts in China . "Jiao li" (角力) was first referenced in the Classic of ... ...the potential reward of being hired as a bodyguard to the emperor or a martial arts instructor for the Imperial Military. Jiao li was taught to so... ...ntial reward of being hired as a bodyguard to the emperor or a martial arts instructor for the Imperial Military. Jiao li was taught to soldiers i... ... Shaolin style from the Meng family of Nanguan County even though he was a Muslim Hui. The above three styles are sometimes called Hebei Style (河北) S...

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Christian and Mohammedan : A Plea for Bridging the Chasm

By: Herrick, George Frederick, B. 1834

...estion arises, Is Islam to be credited with the progress of the Arabs in the arts, in science and in philosophy in the ninth, tenth and eleventh centu... ...h they felt themselves to be of continuing to call them- selves Mohammedans. Muslim they were, in the true etymological sense of the word. VIII THE E... ...ew Testament convinced him. On a trumped-up charge he was sentenced by court-martial to a year's imprison- ment, but was privately offered release at ... ...f Islam shall dis- card the name Mohammedan, but retain the ex- cellent name Muslim, and when their muezzins shall, in the call to worship, couple wit...

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Noor Deen Mi Guangjiang

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... Cuisine Martial arts M... ...isine Martial arts Mosques ... ...ligraphy, specializing in the Sini style which originated from the Chinese Muslim tradition. Born in the province of Shandong, he is a lecturer at the... ...e Henan Academy of Sciences. In 1997, Haji Noor Deen was the first Chinese Muslim to be awarded the Egyptian Certificate of Arabic Calligraphy and to ...

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