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Source : DANS

The Russian Orthodox and Islamic Languages in the Russian Federation

Bustanov, A.K. et al. (2013)

What happens to the Russian language if it is used by Muslims? Bustanov and Kemper (2012) analyzed the use of Islamic terminology in a variety of texts by contemporary Muslim authors from several regions of the Russian Federation. This led them to the hypothesis that one can speak of a new „Islamo ...

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Source : SOAS

The Qur'an and Identity in Contemporary Chinese Fiction

Ouyang, Wen-chin (nov. 2014)

How is it possible to comprehend and assess the impact of the Qur’an on the literary expressions of Chinese Muslims (Hui) when the first full ‘translations’ of the Qur’an in Chinese made by non-Muslims from Japanese and English appeared only in 1927 and 1931, and by a Muslim from Arabic in ...

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Source : DANS

Indonesian Muslims and their place in the larger world of Islam

Bruinessen, M.M. van (1 oct. 2011)

With over 220 million Muslims, Indonesia has the largest community of Muslims in the world. Nevertheless, Indonesian Muslims do not play a role in global Muslim thought and action that is commensurate with their numbers. Indonesian Muslims have been eager to learn from Arab as well as Indian, ...

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Source : Revues.org

Migrations de musiciens des villes de Transoxiane et développement de la science musicale en Inde (XVIe-XVIIe siècles)

Džumaev, Aleksandr (1 juin 1996)

Depuis l’Antiquité, l’Inde a attiré l’attention des poètes et des musiciens de Transoxiane. Les écrivains musulmans de l’époque ancienne connaissaient déjà sa musique. Aux IXe-XIe siècles, elle est mentionnée dans les traités musicaux des écrivains-encyclopédistes al-Jâhiz, al- ...

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Source : Hypotheses.org

Muslim immovable gifts: to register or not to register… that was the question. Recent developments following 'Hafeeza Bibi v. Shaikh Farid'

Dequen, Jean-Philippe (13 sept. 2012)

As it was previously mentioned in an earlier post, Muslim gifts (hiba or ariya - the latter only concerning the usufruct of a property) do not have to be registered in order to be valid. The reason behind this exemption was mainly that Muslim gifts can be made orally, hence not requiring any written ...

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Source : HAL

The Persian translation of the tridoṣa: Lexical analogies and conceptual incongruities

Speziale, Fabrizio (10 déc. 2014)

International audience This article examines the way in which Ayurvedic theory of the tridoṣa is translated and interpreted in Persian treatises on Indian medicine such as the Dastūr al-aṭibbā’ of the historian Muḥammad Qāsim Firišta (born ca. 978/1570) and the Takmila-yi hindī of Šāh ...

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