By Malek Chebel
De los angeles naissance du Prophète Mahomet à son ascension au ciel, treize récits pour découvrir l'islam. Les figures les plus célèbres, Abraham ou Abou Bakr, y côtoient des personnages de contes comme Sindbad le Marin et son géant farceur. Tous ces récits ont en commun leur message, un message de lumière...
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Tibbetts, G. R. 1975. ” Summaries of the chief Arabic sources concerning early Southeast Asian travel. 2Fed_1-88 10/29/06 10:12 AM Page 22 2 The Emergence of a Hybrid Muslim Culture (1300 –1800) The king is poor, proud and beggarly, he never fails of visiting stranger merchants . . and, according to custom, he must have a present. When the stranger returns the visit, . . he must make him a present, otherwise he thinks due respect is not paid to him, and in return of those presents his Majesty will honor the stranger with a seat near his sacred person.
When Islamic conversion did begin among the local population of Southeast Asia proper, it appears to have been on northern Sumatra, the first landfalls experienced by traders using the sea lanes connecting South Asia and the Middle East. Key Readings Forbes, Andrew D. W. 1981. ” A study of Arab merchants in the Indian Ocean periphery and the establishment of Arab colonies. Huzayyin, S. A. 1942. Arabia and the Far East. Summaries of the major Chinese, Arabic, and Indian sources available on the trade routes and evidence of the passage of Muslim traders along those routes.
7 There also appear to have been small Arab settlements, perhaps trading outposts, at the Javanese ports of Tuban, Gresik, and Surabaya around 850, but the first Muslim gravestones there were dated in the eleventh century, and no others until the twelfth century, so permanent settlement seems unlikely. Personalities of importance were mostly Arab merchants and other travelers, none having any particularly strong association with religion that would indicate they were leading figures in the establishment of Islam in the Southeast Asian region.
13 contes du Coran et de l'Islam by Malek Chebel