الإسلام في الصين دراسة حول الأقلية المسلمة

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2015-05-24
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محمد حسن محمد, حمد
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UOFK
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China is one of the largest countries in the world, and most densely populated. It is located in the farthest eastern part of the Islamic countries. It was famous in the past and known as the silk road, as Arab caravans visited china through the silk road by land and sea. • Chapter one handled the general features of china, also recounted the numbers of Muslims in china in accordance with the various statistics through long times. and the Arab commercial relationship with China across the centuries Since the down of history, through the Arab kingdoms in successive epochs. The chapter also included the prevailing religions. How Islam entered china, its routes, the stages through which the term \\\\\\\"Islam\\\\\\\" passed through and the Chinese legend for Islam • Chapter two covered the path of Islam through the Islamic caliphates, up to the modern ages. This handled the Chinese families, Empires and the Chinese Muslim nationalities, their conditions, customs, traditions, activities, numbers of Muslims, their distribution and circumstances. • Chapter three, deals with the Islamic civilization in china, mosques, their names, buildings, the most variable relies of them, the most modern ones and education in the mosques. Its role in china, its apparatuses, those responsible for it, its positive and negative. The same chapter deals with the Islamic institutes and societies, the stages of their initiation, the role they aspire to, the Islamic holy schools and burial places. The common Islamic doctrines in china and the Islamic personalities which had contributed to the spread of Islam, through its long path in the various aspects of life. Eastern Turkistan is the Islamic gate to China. The places where they are found, their density and when did Islam started to spread in China, its nationalities circumstances. Their living and life conditions, their different political situations, on the light of the changes and developments which narrow the movement of Islam., This was illustrated by maps witch show the distribution of Muslims, and the pictures of the Chinese mosques of the old times. These were appended to the research
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