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Title: دور الأزهر الشريف في نشر الدعوة الإسلامية في قارة إفريقيا في الفترة ما بين 1950م إلى 2005م
Authors: علاء الدين محمد حافظ القاضي
Keywords: الأديان
الدعوة الإسلامية
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - مركز البحوث والدراسات الإفريقية - قسم الأديان
Abstract: This study dealt with the role of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif in spreading the Islamic call in the African continent in the period between 1950 to 2005 , and aimed to highlight the role of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif in the Islamic faith call , and to shed light on preaching activity in Africa , in addition to finding solutions to the obstacles it faces. Despite the importance of this topic in terms of preaching and calling to Islam, but I have found a dearth of independent scientific studies that addressed this issue. There are scarce sources about the subject: either article in newspapers, journals and the Internet, or within the folds of scientific studies discussing the role of Al-Azhar in general. The nature of the subject necessitated dividing it into: three parts as follows: Part: framework and methodology Part 1I: introducing Al-Azhar and its efforts in the African continent. This part is divided into two chapter: Chapter I: introducing Al-Azharand its scientific position. Chapter II: The efforts of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif in the African continent. Part II: Effects of Azhar and the obstacles it faces in the African continent. This part is divided into two chapters: Chapter I: Effects of Al-Azhar 's efforts in the African continent. Chapter II: the obstacles faced by Al-Azhar in the African continent. The most important findings of this study include the following: 1- Al Azharscience students from the people of the African continent are the apostles of science and civilization when they return to their home countries. 2- Al -AzharMen and scholars bore hardship and troubles to pass on to the African country an insight about the light of Islam, and where they were burning candles to light to the others. 3- Al-Azhardistinguished itself from universities around the world by rare and unique characteristics that were not available to other universities ; as its leadership role in the nearly ten centuries was the mainstay of the steadfastness of the Islamic world in confronting the hordes of crusaders , and in confronting the tyrants of the rulers , and the aggression of colonists ruthless. 4- one of the biggest obstacles that faces Al-Azhar role of preaching and calling to Islam in the African continent : the lack of independence of Al-Azhar , and the obstacles faced by expatriate Africans , idolatry , evangelizing and proselytizing , and globalization.
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