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Musa al-Kadhim
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Musa ibn Ja far al-Kazim / al-Kadhim was the seventh of the Twelve Imams. He was the son of the sixth Imam, Ja far as-Sadiq and his mother was Hamidah Khatun, a student and former slave of African descent. His wife Najmah was also a former slave purchased and freed by Hamidah, his mother. Musa al-Kazim was born during the power struggles between the Umayyad and the Abbasid. Like his father, he was assassinated by the Abbasids. He bore three notable children: the eighth Imam, Ali ar-Riza, and two daughters, Fatimah al-Ma sumah and Hajar Khaun. The Festival of Imam Musa al-Kadhim celebrates his life and death. Musa al-Kazim was in Abwa between Mecca and Medina. His mother was originally a slave of African origin, but after his father purchased her, he freed her and trained her as an Islamic scholar.

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A Collection of Arabian Poetry (Dodo Press)
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Arabic poetry is the earliest work of Arabic literature. The pre-Islamic poetry is commonly referred to as the Jahili poetry, which translates to 'The poetry of the period of ignorance'. Poetry held an important position in pre-Islamic society with the poet filling the role of historian, soothsayer and propagandist. The poet represented an individual tribe's prestige and importance in the Arabian peninsula and mock battles in poetry would stand in lieu of real wars. 'Ukaz, a market town not far from Mecca, would play host to a regular poetry festival where the craft of the poets would be exhibited. The very best of these early poems were collected in the 8th century as The Mu'allaqat meaning 'the hung poems' and The Mufaddaliyat meaning al-Mufaddal's examination or anthology. The former is named 'the hung poems' being hung on the Kaaba. It also aimed to be the definitive source of the era's output with only a single example of the work of each of the so-called 'seven renowned ones'. The Mufaddaliyat on the other hand contains rather a random collection; apparently all that was remembered and perhaps some that was only produced in the 8th century and was not truly pre-Islamic.

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The Moallakat (Dodo Press)
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Arabic poetry is the earliest work of Arabic literature. The pre-Islamic poetry is commonly referred to as the Jahili poetry, which translates to 'The poetry of the period of ignorance'. Poetry held an important position in pre-Islamic society with the poet filling the role of historian, soothsayer and propagandist. The poet represented an individual tribe's prestige and importance in the Arabian peninsula and mock battles in poetry would stand in lieu of real wars. 'Ukaz, a market town not far from Mecca, would play host to a regular poetry festival where the craft of the poets would be exhibited. The very best of these early poems were collected in the 8th century as The Mu'allaqat meaning 'the hung poems' and The Mufaddaliyat meaning al-Mufaddal's examination or anthology. The former is named 'the hung poems' being hung on the Kaaba. It also aimed to be the definitive source of the era's output with only a single example of the work of each of the so-called 'seven renowned ones'. The Mufaddaliyat on the other hand contains rather a random collection; apparently all that was remembered and perhaps some that was only produced in the 8th century and was not truly pre-Islamic.

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Muhammad and the Formation of Sacrifice
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Islam has a festival of sacrifice, id al-adha, which is celebrated each year in the month of pilgrimage. Simultaneous to the celebration and the sacrificial ritual in Mecca, during hajj, sheep, camels and cows are slaughtered all over the Muslim world. The story about how Abraham nearly sacrificed his son, Ishaq or Isma’il (Q 37), is important. Also other parts of the Qur’an contribute to the understanding of the id al-adha. Further, texts from the first 500 years after hijra contribute to a new comprehension of the theology of sacrifice in Islam. In this monograph insights from the wider field of religious and anthropological studies (esp. R.A. Rappaport) are applied to the source texts about sacrifices and rituals in pre-Islam and Islam.

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Shorter Pieces of Arabian Poetry (Dodo Press)
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Arabic poetry is the earliest work of Arabic literature. The pre-Islamic poetry is commonly referred to as the Jahili poetry, which translates to 'The poetry of the period of ignorance'. Poetry held an important position in pre-Islamic society with the poet filling the role of historian, soothsayer and propagandist. The poet represented an individual tribe's prestige and importance in the Arabian peninsula and mock battles in poetry would stand in lieu of real wars. 'Ukaz, a market town not far from Mecca, would play host to a regular poetry festival where the craft of the poets would be exhibited. The very best of these early poems were collected in the 8th century as The Mu'allaqat meaning 'the hung poems' and The Mufaddaliyat meaning al-Mufaddal's examination or anthology. The former is named 'the hung poems' being hung on the Kaaba. It also aimed to be the definitive source of the era's output with only a single example of the work of each of the so-called 'seven renowned ones'. The Mufaddaliyat on the other hand contains rather a random collection; apparently all that was remembered and perhaps some that was only produced in the 8th century and was not truly pre-Islamic.

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Lakewood Park
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Situated in the coal regions of northeast Pennsylvania, Lakewood Park was established in 1916 by the Guinan family as a place to bathe, picnic, and camp. It became known as a nature retreat for the nearby miners and their families, and it developed into the destination for swimming, amusement rides, skating, big band dances, boxing matches, ethnic celebrations, summer stock plays, and political banquets. The park boasted a 150-yard cement pool, hand-carved Spillman carousel, and grand ballroom. It was the host of the longest-running ethnic festival in Pennsylvania, Lithuanian Day, from 1914 to 1984. Using vintage images, Lakewood Park recalls the various festivals and celebrations, amusements rides, and celebrity performers, such as Dick Clark and Doris Day, that made the park an entertainment mecca for 68 years.

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The Moallakat (Dodo Press)
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Arabic poetry is the earliest work of Arabic literature. The pre-Islamic poetry is commonly referred to as the Jahili poetry, which translates to 'The poetry of the period of ignorance'. Poetry held an important position in pre-Islamic society with the poet filling the role of historian, soothsayer and propagandist. The poet represented an individual tribe's prestige and importance in the Arabian peninsula and mock battles in poetry would stand in lieu of real wars. 'Ukaz, a market town not far from Mecca, would play host to a regular poetry festival where the craft of the poets would be exhibited. The very best of these early poems were collected in the 8th century as The Mu'allaqat meaning 'the hung poems' and The Mufaddaliyat meaning al-Mufaddal's examination or anthology. The former is named 'the hung poems' being hung on the Kaaba. It also aimed to be the definitive source of the era's output with only a single example of the work of each of the so-called 'seven renowned ones'. The Mufaddaliyat on the other hand contains rather a random collection; apparently all that was remembered and perhaps some that was only produced in the 8th century and was not truly pre-Islamic.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Shorter Pieces of Arabian Poetry (Dodo Press)
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Arabic poetry is the earliest work of Arabic literature. The pre-Islamic poetry is commonly referred to as the Jahili poetry, which translates to 'The poetry of the period of ignorance'. Poetry held an important position in pre-Islamic society with the poet filling the role of historian, soothsayer and propagandist. The poet represented an individual tribe's prestige and importance in the Arabian peninsula and mock battles in poetry would stand in lieu of real wars. 'Ukaz, a market town not far from Mecca, would play host to a regular poetry festival where the craft of the poets would be exhibited. The very best of these early poems were collected in the 8th century as The Mu'allaqat meaning 'the hung poems' and The Mufaddaliyat meaning al-Mufaddal's examination or anthology. The former is named 'the hung poems' being hung on the Kaaba. It also aimed to be the definitive source of the era's output with only a single example of the work of each of the so-called 'seven renowned ones'. The Mufaddaliyat on the other hand contains rather a random collection; apparently all that was remembered and perhaps some that was only produced in the 8th century and was not truly pre-Islamic.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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A Collection of Arabian Poetry (Dodo Press)
11,99 € *
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Arabic poetry is the earliest work of Arabic literature. The pre-Islamic poetry is commonly referred to as the Jahili poetry, which translates to 'The poetry of the period of ignorance'. Poetry held an important position in pre-Islamic society with the poet filling the role of historian, soothsayer and propagandist. The poet represented an individual tribe's prestige and importance in the Arabian peninsula and mock battles in poetry would stand in lieu of real wars. 'Ukaz, a market town not far from Mecca, would play host to a regular poetry festival where the craft of the poets would be exhibited. The very best of these early poems were collected in the 8th century as The Mu'allaqat meaning 'the hung poems' and The Mufaddaliyat meaning al-Mufaddal's examination or anthology. The former is named 'the hung poems' being hung on the Kaaba. It also aimed to be the definitive source of the era's output with only a single example of the work of each of the so-called 'seven renowned ones'. The Mufaddaliyat on the other hand contains rather a random collection; apparently all that was remembered and perhaps some that was only produced in the 8th century and was not truly pre-Islamic.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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