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Title: أثر ديانتي اليهودية والمسيحية على مسار الدعوة الإسلامية في دولة جنوب السودان
Authors: علي مكوك بك ملوال
Keywords: الدعوة الإسلامية
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - كلية الدراسات الاسلامية - قسم العقيده والفكر الإسلامي
Abstract: The study entitled "Impact of Judaism and Christianity on the Islamic Call in the State of Southern Sudan 2000-2015" The researcher divided the research into an introduction and five chapters and the conclusion and recommendations. The researcher dealt with the basics of research and included the importance of research, its objectives, problems, hypotheses, research methodology, limits and tools, then the terms of research and previous studies and the contribution of research in Islamic thought. The first chapter, entitled "State of Southern Sudan", included a geographical profile of the State of Southern Sudan in terms of geographical and astronomical location, area, population, economic activity and administrative regions of the constituent state of Southern Sudan as well as ethnic groups. The historical, political, religious and international dimensions that led to the establishment of this state to discuss the political developments that the British colonizer and missionary Christian missionaries played a key role in the outbreak of the insurgency or (1955-1972), SPLM / A (1983-2005) and the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in the Kenyan resort of Naivasha, under which South Sudan was separated from Sudan in July 2011. The second chapter deals with the Jewish religion through the origin of the Jews and the definition of the Jewish religion and its roots and the first and their nodes and their original sources and holy books and their nature and morals and personal qualities contained in the Koran. The third chapter dealt with the Christian religion through its definition of language and style, and its roots before the extension of the hand of distortion to corrupt and lost credibility, its sources and beliefs, as well as its ecclesiastical communities. The fourth chapter dealt with Islam in southern Sudan through the definition of the concept of Islam language and style and then the date of entry of Islam in southern Sudan through different stages since the time of the Islamic kingdoms that were in Sudan before the Turkish conquest of Egypt and through the Turkish Egyptian, Zubair Pasha Rahma, and the national governments pursued after independence until the secession of southern Sudan as a state in June 2011, where the researcher reviewed in this chapter what was exposed to Islam in those periods of political and natural factors that limited its spread. The fifth chapter dealt with the cultural, social and political effects of the Jewish and Christian religion on the path of Islamic da'wa in South Sudan, especially the impact of the political conflict and the secession of the State of Southern Sudan from advocacy work. و
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