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Barbar ) in the Egyptian city of Fusṭāṭ. 19 The absence of the definite article indicates that it was the market of the people of Barbar ( āl barbar ) not the Barbar ( al-barbar ). Again, the Barbar in question is the east African region to the south of the city of Fusṭāṭ. Thus, one may safely

in Studia Islamica

looked at Sudan in the wider context of imperial politics in North-East Africa and the Levant, the Sudan Political Service had over time developed a sense of “ownership” over the country, alongside a deep-seated hostility towards Egypt. This led to frequent disagreements between high-level administrators

in Oriente Moderno

of Zanzibar off the East African coast. And it is in those geographic pockets that Ibadi scholars have since the 8th century been producing their own textual corpora, including traditions of theological, historical, and legal literature, distinct from their Sunni and Shiʿi coreligionists. 3 This

in Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

by sea from the Mediterranean, East-Africa, and Indian Ocean. After their long and usually hard journey, or before embarking again, pilgrims used to stay several days in Jeddah. They would do some shopping and business in the luxuriant and well-stocked markets of the city, waiting until their guides

in Turkish Historical Review

added no new details about this personality. 20 However, in his 1960 edition, Ivanow writes, “In 1950 a learned Ismaili friend in Dar es Salaam, British East Africa, was very kind as to send us a valuable manuscript containing a collection of 16 Ismaili works (662 pages).” 21 This manuscript had

in Shii Studies Review

-ʿAydarūs. 39 Meticulously analysed by Engseng Ho, the extended family network of al-ʿAydarūs originated in Tarīm in the Ḥaḍramawt and created a vast web extending from East Africa over the Red Sea region, to South Asia and into Southeast Asia. 40 Manuscripts of descendants of Muḥammad b. ʿAbdallāh al

in Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

coincidence of this force on its way to Medina and the Stotzingen expedition alarmed the British authorities considering the consequences these operations could have had, namely extensive Ottoman control of the coasts of Arabia and Yemen, a threat to British Aden and a connection with German East Africa which

in Turkish Historical Review

East Africa to Central, South and Southeast Asia, and even to North America. 158 Current anthropological research has made great strides in rehabilitating this category as an object of analysis for African, South American, Caribbean and other contexts, yet even so the focus is typically on the

in Studia Islamica

reinos ao sul de Calecute,” in Velho, Roteiro , 85-93. Similar reports were written of Christians and Christian-Muslim conflicts along the East African coast, reports which were echoed in royal circles as well as in the writings of mariners. See Velho, Roteiro , 32-33 [10-11 April 1498]. Also see the

in Medieval Encounters

Introduction The Riyadha mosque in Lamu (Kenya) was founded in the late nineteenth century by Ṣāliḥ b. ʿAlawī Ǧamāl al-Layl, known in East Africa as Habib Saleh (1853–1936). Since its foundation, the mosque and its attached madrasa have provided basic Islamic education to children

in Journal of Islamic Manuscripts