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Volume :9 Issue : 34 1989      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Arab Existence in Kanem (Mid-Sudan) Up to the 7th H. / 13th A.D. Century (in Arabic)

Auther : Sabah Ibrahim Al-Sheikhly

Arab relations with Kanem was quite, it belonged to the first Muslim Century when the Arabs arrived to North Africa, and extended their Military activities to the South frignes of Fezans Sahara, which is situated to the North of Kanem. Thus, the way between North Africa and Kanem was opened, and Arab political, Commercial and religious activities spread as far as Fezan and Kanem South Wards.
At first Arab existence in the region of Kanem was very little and temporary, and that was because of its remoteness from the Arabs central authority in the North. This State was changed as time went on, and one of the main factors for it was the economic means which encouraged Arab-Muslim traders to find their way to Kanem across the Sahara of Fezan, searching for commercial commodities.
Arab settlement in Kanem became obvious, and at the end of the 5th/11 th century, this region was ruled by Muslim ruler, who himself began to spread Islam in those territories.
Chapter three is devoted to the result of the study. In the appendix, we record our data.
In contrast,. Israel, in the second novel, faces a nuclear threat by an Arab terrorist group. Facing the dilemma, in the first novel, requires Arab-Jewish cooperation, while facing it, in the second novel, requires heroic Jewish leadership.
As for the future, Kenan dreams of coexistence between Arabs and Jews with both groups having the same rights. Hunt dreams of a semitic melting between progressive Jews and backward Arabs. He tends to see the future through a kind of an old-fashioned idea of patronage.
Both writers try to prove authenticity by using a great deal of Arab and Hebrew names for places, persons, groups, and events. The narrator, in both works, appears omniscient.

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