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Encyclopaedia of Islam; 10 Volumes / Khan, Masood Ali & Iqbal, Shaikh Azhar (Eds.)
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Encyclopaedia of Islam; 10 Volumes
Khan, Masood Ali & Iqbal, Shaikh Azhar (Eds.)
 
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  Book ID : 28493
  ISBN-10 : 81-311-0052-9 / 8131100529
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2005
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  3061p., 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
Vol. 1: Islam-Birth and Origin: 1. The origin of Islam. 2. The Muslims--masters of the sea. 3. The Muslim invasion of Rome. 4. Battle of Manzikert. 5. The idea of the crusades. 6. The Greek fire : its origin and development. 7. The battle of Mansura. 8. De Joinville's memoirs on the seventh crusade. 9. The battle of Ain Jalut. 10. Some religious legends which directed the course of history. 11. The Cid E1 Campeador and the history of the Kingdom of Valencia. 12. The fall of Toledo. 13. The battle of Al-Zallaka. 14. The fall of Granada. 15. Fall of the Moorish civilization and the tragedy of the Moriscos. 16. Intellectual legacy of Muslim Spain in the Escurial. 17. Marco Polo. 18. Ibn Batuta. 19. The ideology of the horizons. 20. Socioeconomy and the horizon of thought. 21. Social time, death, and the ideal. 22. Pre-Islamic ontotheology and the method of knowledge. 23. The discourse and the path. 24. Prophetic constitution. 25. The house of the Umma and the spider web of the tribe. 26. Austerity, power, and worldly exchange. 27. In Lieu of a conclusion: the origins, the system, and the accident.
Vol. 2: Islam-Rise and Growth: 1. Introduction. 2. The expansion of Islam as a religion. 3. Raids and rules for the Muslim community. 4. The Ditch. 5. Hudaibiya. 6. Kheibar and Mota. 7. An Islamic Catechism, the Ajwiba. 8. Festival devotions. 9. Sufism. 10. The capture of Mecca. 11. The Day of Hunain. 12. Tebook to Taif. 13. Completion and farewell. 14. The conquests. 15. History of the Qur'an. 16. History of Hadith. 17. History of jurisprudence. 18. Jurisprudence and Ijtihad. 19. International law. 20. The Muslims in India. 21. The Turks and the Ottoman Empire. 22. The present position of Islam in the world--the Pan-Islamic movement.
Vol. 3: Life and Times of Prophet Muhammad: 1. Ad-Damiri's description of the prophet. 2. Muhammad Among the prophets. 3. Arabia and its people. 4. Kings of Arabia. 5. Mecca and Quraish. 6. The call. 7. The years of ridicule. 8. The emigration to Abyssinia. 9. The pledge of Aqaba. 10. Helpers and emigrants. 11. Bedr. 12. Uhud. 13. A Litany of blessings on the prophet. 14. A prophet story. 15. On the merits of Mecca. 16. The life of the prophet Muhammad. 17. The spirit of Islam. 18. The life of prophet Mohammad. 19. Refutation of certain false charges by prejudiced writers against Islam. 20. The statute of women in Islam.
Vol. 4: Role of Qur'an in Islam: 1. Introduction. 2. The Holy Qur'an. 3. The inner and outer dimensions of the Qur'an. 4. The revelation of the Qur'an. 5. The relationship of the Qur'an to the sciences. 6. The order of the Qur'an's revelation and the growth of the Qur'anic sciences. 7. Akhbari Shi'i approaches to Tafsir. 8. The Sura as a unity. 9. Muhammad 'Izzat Darwaza's principles of modern exegesis. 10. Interpreting the bible through the Qur'an. 11. Two citations of the Qur'an in 'Historical' sources for early Islam. 12. Law and exegesis. 13. The impact of the Qur'an on the epistolography of Abd al-Hamid. 14. The Qur'an and its impact on human history. 15. The Koran. 16. Belief in the apostles of God. 17. Exposition of the religion of Islam. 18. Islam and the four Gospels.
Vol. 5: Islamic Thoughts and Its Philosophy: 1. Concerning the phenomenon of Muhammad. 2. The servant and union. 3. Unity and diversity in Islam. 4. Shi'a. 5. The rational and mystical interpretations of Islam. 6. Ideas and movements in Islamic history. 7. The outcome of philosophy in the east. 8. Philosophy in the west. 9. The Qoranic message of Sayyidna Isa. 10. The wisdom of Sayyidatna Maryam. 11. Islamic approach to social justice. 12. Islam: the essentials. 13. Islam : basic principles and characteristics. 14. Islam and social responsibility. 15. The Islamic concept of worship. 16. Political Theory of Islam. 17. What Islam gave to humanity. 18. The western world and its challenges to Islam. 19. Islam and the crisis of the modern world. 20. The two hands of God. 21. Heaven and earth. 22. The philosophical doctrine and the orthodoxy. 23. Conclusion.
Vol. 6: Religious Doctrine of Islam: 1. Introduction. 2. Selections from early Meccan Suras. 3. Selections from middle Meccan Suras. 4. Selections from Late Meccan Suras. 5. Selections from Madinan Suras. 6. Selected Traditions from Al-Bukhari's. 7. The section on fasting, from the Sahih of Al-Bukhari. 8. The Wasiya of Abu Hanifa. 9. The Credal statement of An-Nasafi. 10. The Credal statement of Ibn Tumart. 11. The Usul of Ibn Ukkasha. 12. Ali's statement to Abbad B. Qais. 13. A theological tractate, the Bahr Al-Kalam. 14. The function of Din. 15. The self of man and its destiny. 16. Divine guidance. 17. Reason and Iman. 18. The role of reason in Din. 19. Salvation. 20. The three realities. 21. Divine duality.
Vol. 7: Traditions in Islam: 1. From the Sunan of Abu Dawud. 2. The forty traditions of An-Nawawi. 3. Traditions of beginnings. 4. Traditions about the end. 5. A Fatwa of Al-Ghazzali against the esoteric sects. 6. The commencement of the prophet's revelations. 7. The Great Ghazwa of Badr. 8. The story of the rebuilding of the Ka'ba. 9. The prophet's farewell Sermon. 10. The miracles of the prophet. 11. Religions. 12. State and administration. 13. Defence. 14. Educational system. 15. Law-making and judiciary. 16. Revenue and calendar. 17. Propagation of Islam. 18. Culture and change. 19. The evil demon : the media as master.
Vol. 8: Islam in the Arabic World: 1. Introduction. 2. Islamic culture in Arab and African countries. 3. The use of Hyperbole in Arab Rhetoric. 4. Dimensions of the universe in the Qoranic doctrine of the divine names. 5. The Arab outburst. 6. Religious policy of the Arabs. 7. Arab Siege of Constantinople. 8. The pavement of the Martyrs. 9. The prophet and his immediate successors. 10. The Umayyads. 11. Muslims in Europe, Egypt, India and Turkey.
Vol. 9: Islamic Laws: 1. Islamic beliefs and code of laws. 2. Diplomacy in Islam. 3. Slavery in the middle ages : its rules and development in Muslim countries. 4. Chivalry : its history, principles and conventions. 5. Philosophy and Arab knowledge. 6. Literature and history. 7. The Pythagorean philosophy. 8. The Neo-platonic Aristotelians of the east. 9. The working of the divine law. 10. The law of requital. 11. Survival : individual and collective. 12. The development of human personality. 13. The Rububiyyah order. 14. The Rububiyyah order--its aim and scope. 15. Man-made system. 16. Qur'anic system. 17. Man and war. 18. Rise and fall of nations. 19. Man and his environment. 20. Woman.
Vol.10: Islam in the Modern World: 1. Islamic culture in Turkish areas. 2. Muslim culture in Pakistan and India. 3. Islamic culture in China. 4. Islam in Indonesia. 5. An-Nur. 6. Earthly concomitances of the love of God. 7. Some observations on a problem of the afterlife. 8. The five divine presences. 9. Some difficulties in the Qoran and other scriptures. 10. Postmodernism and Islam. 11. Greek Gods and Semitic prophets. 12. Confrontation and clash. 13. Studying Islam.

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Encyclopaedia of Islam is a comprehensive and outstanding informative work of Islamic study from emergence of Islam to modern times by eminent scholars Dr. Masood Ali Khan and Dr. Shaikh Azhar Iqbal who have recreated all aspects of Islam as a religion as a philosophy and as a culture. To provide a true picture of Islam a vast project was undertaken to create a comprehensive Encyclopaedia of Islam. Among works already existing this Encyclopaedia will create a special place for itself and will be considered an authentic and outstanding work on this subject.

Islam one of the three major world religions. Since its emergence from the oasis cities of Mecca and Madina in Arabian desert, its miraculous expansion has not been limited to Arabia only. Soon after the death of prophet Muhammad Islam started spreading with electrifying speed by the appeal of a new religion with its faith in one God and emphasis upon the mercy of all mighty that took number of people into the fold of Islam. This new religion didn't coerce people to convert forcibly. Muslim who owned Islam first rose to great heights and took the massage of Islam outside Arab. Its miraculous expansion covered Asia, Africa and part of Europe, Turks embraced it peacefully and a large number of people of Asian continent followed the new religion with pride.

Islam was destined to become global religion not by force but because of its principles and prophet Muhammad's preachings sovereignty of God and brotherhood. Islamic philosophy is a product of complex intellectual process, however Arab element is propoundent but it cannot be termed only as Arabic philosophy. The religion of Islam is responsible for creation of world civilization in which people of many ethnic background participated and played central role in developing intellectual and cultural life on such a scale not seen before. Muslim dynasties ruling in various parts of world witnessed the flowering of Islamic culture and thought. This process was only in the beginning of modern times as a result of weakening faith among Muslims. Now again this activity has begin a new, it continues to grow not only in Asia, Africa but also in Europe and American where Muslims are a noted minority.

This multi-volume Encyclopaedia is an effort to give a complete picture of Islamic philosophy and culture. It is expected to benefit students, teachers, researchers and as well as general reader.

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