Musaliyat Algharib In every strange thing from the point of view of modern history

An attempt to uncover and civilizational dialogue

  • Mahmoud Abdul Wahid Mahmoud Al-Qaisi College of Arts - University of Baghdad
  • Mawahib Adnan Ahmed College of Arts - University of Tikrit
Keywords: Musaliyat Algharib, Al-Baghdadi, Civilizations Dialogue, Travel, Brazilia, Iraq, Basra, Istanbul

Abstract

The paper is an attempt to understand the civilization's dialogue between Islam and Christianity through the travel of Imam Abdulrahman Al-Baghdadi,"Musalyat Algharib fi kuliamren 'Ajib"at the late 19th century, which represented the impact of Ottoman civilization on the South America. The travel was an important source on the beginning of the Brazilian society and the Islamic influence.

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Published
2020-06-15
How to Cite
Al-Qaisi, M., & Ahmed, M. (2020). Musaliyat Algharib In every strange thing from the point of view of modern history. Al-Adab Journal (ISSN: 1994473X), (133), 157-166. Retrieved from http://aladabj.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/aladabjournal/article/view/854
Section
Historiography