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Title: الأثر الاجتماعي للإسلام في مملكة مالي 1255_1341م
Authors: إسماعيل محمد إسماعيل جابر
Keywords: التاريخ
مملكة مالي
Issue Date: 2010
Citation: جامعة إفريقيــا العالميــة - عمادة الدراسات العليا - مركز البحوث والدراسات الإفريقية - قسم التاريخ الإفريقي
Abstract: This study examines social impact of Islam in Mali kingdom . Islam the religion of justice, equality and morality, managed to create get social revolution in Mali community which diverse in norms, traditions in addition to culture. Islam neither neglected Mali community norms and traditions nor undermined the indigenous local ruling system. Islam created social revolution by enhancing social behavior. Gradually, the paganism remain vanished and Islamic ruling System replaced instead. Mali people accepted Islam spontaneously because they were quite familiar before with concept and idea of monotheism " tawheed" as they experienced during paganism days. They use to believe in one creator for universe that is the reason why they accepted Islam as the religion of monotheism " tawheed". Islamic institutes and mosques in Mali created interaction and interrelation between Mali people in one hand and Islamic communities in Africa and Arabic peninsula in the other . The study concluded to he following findings: • Manddengo community the founder of Mali kingdom are characterized by sophisticated social behavior in accordance with that of Islamic principles. • Local culture was fragile before Islamic culture so Islam was accepted easily. • Desert was not obstacle before Muslim callers" diwaa" so they made strong social relations with local people through intermarriage and exchangeable influences. • The advent of Islam to Mali kingdom made great social impacts thus Islamic values such as brotherhood and equality speeded rapidly among people.
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