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This article raises important critical questions about efforts to reconstruct the ““sīīra”” of ʽUrwa ibn al-Zubayr using the methods of isnāād criticism, particularly as recently proposed by Gregor Schoeler and Andreas Göörke. While al-Zuhrīī and occasionally other authorities of his generation...
Ahmad ibn Ḥanbal's book al-Zuhd (‘‘renunciation’’) is one of the largest extant collections of renunciant sayings from the first two Islamic centuries. It was assembled by his son ʽAbd Allāāh, who contributed about half the sayings in it independently of his father. The extant text is only half...
One of the most striking characteristics of the quranic text is the prevalence of a permanently led dialogue. Conversations and discussions serve to lay down the teachings of Islam on the one hand and its religious principles on the other. An exemplary case of this procedure is the dialogue...
This paper examines the trade relations between the Islamic world and Korea in the 11th century, specifically looking into the multiple arrivals of Muslim merchants in the Kingdom of Goryeo. Muslim ships and traders conducted vigorous commercial activities on the maritime Silk Road. But their...
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