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Title: دور علماء تنزانيا في نشر الحضارة الإسلامية في دول البحيرات العظمى
Other Titles: الشيخ حسن بن عمير الشيرازي أنموذجا
Authors: عيسى الحاج زيدي
Keywords: الإسلام في إفريقيا
الدعوة الإسلامية في إفريقيا
الثقافة الإسلامية في إفريقيا
الحضارة الإسلامية
العلماء التنزتنيين
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Publisher: الخرطوم : جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - كلية الآداب
Series/Report no.: العدد;7
Abstract: Sheikh Hassan bin Ameir al-Shirazy was born and brought up in Zanzibar during the reign of Sultan Barghash bin Said. During this period of time, Zanzibar witnessed numerous developments in economy, society, culture and science. Zanzibar established relations with foreign countries; launched new modes of communication with the external world; advanced the process of research, introduced printing and set up the water pipes in the city of Zanzibar. Zanzibar also became a global center for trade, a fountain of culture and Islamic Sciences and a beacon of social, international and diplomatic relations. These progress influenced Sheikh Hassan’s bin Ameir life and career as a Muslim scholar. In this fertile atmosphere Sheikh Hassan was able to expand his expertise in Islamic sciences in Zanzibar, before he followed his teacher’s advice to spread Islamic education in the neighboring countries by moving his daawa headquarters toBujumbura. This paper discusses the role of Tanzania in the diffusion of Islamic civilization in the countries of the Great Lakes. It focuses on the activities of Sheikh Hassan bin Ameir and will discuss his methods of teaching and daawa, styles, his achievements and the challenges that faced his daawa in the context of the general atmosphere that prevailed in Zanzibar in this period of time.
URI: http://dspace.iua.edu.sd/handle/123456789/3981
ISSN: 1858 - 5930
Appears in Collections:مجلة كلية الآداب - العدد 07، ديسمبر 2018



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