The world of Islam.

Editor
Kritzeck, James [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London, Macmillan; New York, St Martin's Press [1959]
Description
372 pages : illustrations, plates, portrait 23 cm

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Bibliographic references
"A bibliography of works by Philip K. Hitti": p. 10-37. Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents
  • The meaning or Amānīy in Sürah 2:73 / Alfred Guillaume
  • Some similarities and differences between Christianity and Islam : an essay in comparative religion / Wilfred Cantwell Smith
  • ʻUrf and law in Islam / Farhat J. Ziadeh
  • The head upon the knees : a note to 1 Kings 18:42 / Rudolf Mach and John H. Marks
  • On the patriciate of Imruʼ-al-Qays / Irfan Kawar
  • Some new light on the history of Kirmān in the first century of the Hijrah / George C. Miles
  • Al-Mushatta, Baghdād, and Wāsiṭ / Oleg Grabar
  • The Arabic palimpsests of Mount Sinai / Aziz S. Atiya
  • Some biographical and bibliographical notes on Al-Ḥakīm Al-Tirmidhi / Nicholas L. Heer
  • Riḍwān the Maligned / Robert W. Crawford
  • Ibn-Rushd's defence of philosophy / George F. Hourani
  • Ibn-al-Ṭiqṭaqa and the fall of Baghdād / James Kritzeck
  • A fourteenth-century view of language / T.B. Irving
  • Abu-al-Duhūr, the Ruwalah ʻUṭfah / Jibraʼil Jabbur
  • Islamic philately as an ancillary discipline / Harry W. Hazard
  • Ideological influences in the Arab revolt / C. Ernest Dawn
  • Arab unity : ideal and reality / Harold W. Glidden
  • The Turko-'Irāqi frontier and the Assyrians / John Joseph
  • Islamic literature in post-war Iran / Yahya Armajani
  • Education in al-Baḥrayn / R. Bayly Winder
  • Lebanon, "land of light" / Nabih Amin Faris
  • Americans from the Arab world / Morroe Berger.
LCCN
59065130
OCLC
377329
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