Modern Islam in the Maghrib

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Modern Islam in the Maghrib
Modern Islam in the Maghrib
Prof. Pessah Shinar
Collected Studies III, [ISBN 965-7258-02-2] 368+17 pp., 2004
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I. Ibāḍiyya and orthodox reformism in modern Algeria
II. The historical approach of the reformist ‘ulamā’ in the contemporary
Maghrib
III. Some observations on the ethical teachings of orthodox reformists in
Algeria
IV. A note on the socio-economic and cultural role of Ṣūfī brotherhoods and
Marabutism in Algeria
V. Traditional and reformist Mawlid celebrations in the Maghrib
VI. ‘Abd al-Qādir and ‘Abd al-Krīm: religious influences on their thought and
action
VII. ‘Ulamā’, Marabuts and government: an overview of their relationship in
the French colonial Maghrib
VIII. A controversial exponent of the Algerian Salafiyya: the Kabyle ‘Ālim,
Imām and Sharīf Abū Ya‘lā Sa‘īd b. Muḥammad al-Zawāwī
IX. Some remarks on the study of Hispano-Moroccan relationship
X. La recherché relative aux rapports Judeo-Musulmans dans le Maghrib
contemporain
XI. Reflexions sur la symbiose Judeo-Ibadite en Afrique du nord
XII. Magic and symbolism in North-African jewelry and personal adornment
XIII. Vénus et l'Islam
XIV. Some observations on the role of red in North West Africa
XV. Quelque observations sur le role de la couleur bleu dans le Maghrib
traditionnel
XVI. Some remarks regarding the colours of male Jewish dress in North
Africa and their Arab-Islamic context
Index
Pessah Shinar (1914-2013) was Professor Emeritus of Islamic and Middle
Eastern Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. For more than forty years,
Prof. Shinar has been engaged in the study of Islam in the Maghrib. The present
volume includes sixteen articles dealing with the modern history of the region, its
religion and civilization. In addition to other topics, the articles deal with the Muslim
reform movements in the 20th century, with the personalities of ʿAbd al-Qādir and
ʿAbd al-Krīm, with the Ṣūfī movement in the modern Maghrib, with Jewish-Muslim
relations, and with the significance of various colors in the North African Muslim
and Jewish civilizations.
Price: US$ 52
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