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Islamic Sociology (2,818 Books)


Islamic sociology is a discipline of Islamic studies and the social sciences.

 
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The Horse, Its Treatment in Health and Disease with a Complete Gui...

By: Axe, J. Wortley

Islamic law

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Horses Past and Present

By: Gilbey, Walter, Sir 1st Bart., 1831-1914

Islamic sermons, Arabic ; Arabic philology

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Il Brigantaggio Alla Frontiera Pontificia Dal 1860 Al 1863; Studio...

By: Bianco Di Saint Jorioz, A. (Alessandro), Conte

The American anthropologist, v. 57, no. 2, pt. 2, April, 1955 ; Includes index ; Includes bibliographies

Civilization, Islamic

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Individual Income Tax Returns : Year 1996

By: United States. Internal Revenue Service. Statistics of Income Division

Includes bibliographical references

Jinn ; Demonology, Islamic

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An Irish Cousin : Vol. 1

By: Somerville, Edith Anna Œnone, 1858-1949; Ross, Martin, 1862-1915

Islamic law ; Hanbalites

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Lazamons Brut

By: Ayamon, Fl. 1200; Wace, Ca. 1100-1175; Madden, Frederic, 1801-1873, Editor; Society of Antiquaries of London.

Coins, Islamic

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Lazamons Brut

By: Ayamon, Fl. 1200; Wace, Ca. 1100-1175; Madden, Frederic, 1801-1873, Editor; Society of Antiquaries of London.

Coins, Islamic

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The Life of a Sportsman

By: Nimrod, 1778-1843; Alken, Henry Thomas, 1784-1851

Islamic law ; Hanbalites

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The Life and Writings of Thomas Paine : Containing a Biography : V...

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Wheeler, Daniel Edwin, B. 1880; Rickman, Thomas Clio, 1761-1834

Added t.p.: Die Abhandlungen der Ichwân es-safâ in auswahl. Zum ersten mal aus arabischen handschriften herausgegeben von Fr. Dieterici ; Vol. 2 lacks title page

Philosophy, Islamic

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Mvsevm Cvficvm Borgianvm Velitris

By: Adler, Jacob Georg Christian, 1756-1834. ; Borgia, Stefano, 1731-1804; Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc

Additional Subjects: Numismatics, Islamic

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The Foundation of the New Terrorism

Excerpt: A Declaration Of War: In February 1998, the 40-year-old Saudi exile Usama Bin Ladin and a fugitive Egyptian physician, Ayman al Zawahiri, arranged from their Afghan headquarters for an Arabic newspaper in London to publish what they termed a fatwa issued in the name of a “World Islamic Front.” A fatwa is normally an interpretation of Islamic law by a respected Islamic authority, but neither Bin Ladin, Zawahiri, nor the three others who signed this statement were...

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Terrorist and Organized Crime Groups in the Tri-Border Area (Tba) ...

By: Rex Hudson

Preface: This report assesses the activities of organized crime groups, terrorist groups, and narcotics traffickers in general in the Tri-Border Area (TBA) of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay, focusing mainly on the period since 1999. Some of the related topics discussed, such as governmental and police corruption and anti-money-laundering laws, may also apply in part to the three TBA countries in general in addition to the TBA. This is unavoidable because the TBA cannot ...

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The Foundation of the New Terrorism

Excerpt: In February 1998, the 40-year-old Saudi exile Usama Bin Ladin and a fugitive Egyptian physician,Ayman al Zawahiri, arranged from their Afghan headquarters for an Arabic newspaper in London to publish what they termed a fatwa issued in the name of a “World Islamic Front.” A fatwa is normally an interpretation of Islamic law by a respected Islamic authority,but neither Bin Ladin, Zawahiri, nor the three others who signed this statement were scholars of Islamic law...

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A Global Overview of Narcotics-Funded Terrorist and Other Extremis...

By: Rex A. Hudson

Military Law Review

Preface: This global survey, based entirely on open sources, is intended to provide an assessment of the nexus between selected anti-U.S. terrorist and extremist groups in the world and organized crime, specifically drug trafficking, and how this relationship might be vulnerable to countermeasures.

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The History of the Knights Templars : The Temple Church, And the T...

By: Addison, C. G. (Charles Greenstreet), D. 1866

Of the following studies, three have already appeared in German periodicals, and one (that on the Koran) forms part of the articla Mohammedanism in the 9th edition of the Encyclopedia britannica...The fourth, fifth, and sixth, and to some extent the second and third also, may be regarded as supplementing Aug. Mu?ller's excellent 'History of Islam'.--Pref ; Some characteristics of the Semitic race.--The Koran.--Islam.--Caliph Mansu?r.--A servile war in the East.--Yaku?b t...

Theodore II, Negus of Ethiopia, d. 1868 ; Bar Hebraeus, 1226-1286 ; Semites ; Islam ; Saints

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Al-Hadith : Sayings of Prophet Muhammad

By: Abu l-Qasim Muhammad, Prophet Muhammad (Saas)

Knowledge of ahadith is essential in an effort to understand Islam. They contain rules and regulations, when implemented, would give cause to a better understanding of everyday life. This is applicable, to the individual of a society and also to the society as a whole. The messages within the ahadith are for the benefit of both, individual and society. Among many missions of the Prophet (peace be upon him), one was to set a pattern of conduct. The conduct of the Last Mes...

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The Disintegration of Monopoly, And Other Articles

By: Russell, Samuel, 1878-1954

Christianity -- Relations Islam; Islam -- Customs and practices; Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-231); Microfiche; s

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The Foundation of the New Terrorism

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In February 1998, the 40-year-old Saudi exile Usama Bin Ladin and a fugitive Egyptian physician, Ayman al Zawahiri, arranged from their Afghan headquarters for an Arabic newspaper in London to publish what they termed a fatwa issued in the name of a “World Islamic Front.” A fatwa is normally an interpretation of Islamic law by a respected Islamic authority, but neither Bin Ladin, Zawahiri, nor the three others who signed this statement were scholars of Islamic l...

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The Foundation of the New Terrorism 2.1 a Declaration of War

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In February 1998, the 40-year-old Saudi exile Usama Bin Ladin and a fugitive Egyptian physician, Ayman al Zawahiri, arranged from their Afghan headquarters for an Arabic newspaper in London to publish what they termed a fatwa issued in the name of a “World Islamic Front.” A fatwa is normally an interpretation of Islamic law by a respected Islamic authority, but neither Bin Ladin, Zawahiri, nor the three others who signed this statement were scholars of Islamic l...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1959; Volume 20, Numbe...

By: George W. Pearce

Medical Reference Publication

The Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) of WHO consists of 22 Menker States and the Palestinian Self Goverment Authority. 56% of the Rqionts population live in rural areas. Almost all M& States are undergoing rapid urbanization. Fupulation pressure and demand for services in urban areas attrads attention and resources towards cities, a situation which has left the rural axeas jn m y countries with limited resources to deal with their health and environmental problms.

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