The The Muslim Diaspora: The Muslim Diaspora 1800-1924 v. 3 - Muslim Diaspora: A Comprehensive Reference to the Spread of Islam Inasia, Africa, Europe & the (Hardback)Everett Jenkins (author)
Hardback 432 Pages / Published: 30/03/2012
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This era saw the spread of Islam during the age of Napoleon and the first important conflict between a Muslim people and the new nation called the United States of America. The volume looks at the interaction between the fading Muslim empires and the warring European powers, focusing on such dominant personalities as Muhammad 'Ali of Egypt and Uthman dan Fodio of Nigeria. The influence of Muslim slaves on the slave insurrections in Brazil is also addressed. In addition to telling the story of the Muslim diaspora, the volume also juxtaposes detailed histories of Jews, Christians and people of African descent, along with a comprehensive history of the world so that the developments in the Muslim world can be placed within the context of what was happening elsewhere in the world and what was happening elsewhere to those whose religious roots are shared by the practitioners of Islam. The book is fully indexed, with a bibliography and several appendices.
Publisher: McFarland & Co Inc
Number of pages: 432
Dimensions: 254 x 178 mm
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