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Title: Studies in Ibādism (al-Ibādīyah) accompanied by a critical edition of : 1. Section II, part 1 of K.Qawā`id al-Islām of Ismā'īl b. Mūsā al-Jitālī. 2. K.Usūl al-Dīn of Tabg̲h̲ūrīn b. Dāwūd b. `Īsā al-Mals̲h̲ūtī. 3. Ajwibat Ibn K̲h̲alfūn
Author: Ennāmī, `Amr Kh̲alīfah
ISNI:       0000 0000 7843 1688
Awarding Body: University of Cambridge
Current Institution: University of Cambridge
Date of Award: 1971
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Al-Ibadiyah, or al-Abadiyah, is one of the earliest Islamic sects, the foundation of which goes back to the first half of the first century H. The school took its name from 'Abdullah b. Ibad, one of its early theologians. The name Iba-d-lyah applies to a Mslim group which was considered by most writers as a moderate branch of the Kharijite movement. The adherents of this school still form a number of independent communities holding fast to its teachings. The largest of these lives today in "Uman and Masqat in South East Arabia. There are other minorities in Zanzibar off the east coast of Africa, in Jabal Nufusah and Zuwarah in Libya, in Jerba Island in Tunisia, and in Wad Mzab in Algeria. Very little is known about the Ibadlyah, their doctrines, origins and development. Modern European scholars have made useful contributions in the field of Ibadi studies but their studies were directed mainly to the history of the Ibadl communities or some aspects of their present social and religious life.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.504082  DOI: Not available
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