|Author:||Hichem Djait,Peter Heinegg|
|Title:||Europe and Islam|
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|Publisher:||Univ of California Pr (June 1, 1989)|
42 Hichem Djaït, Europe and Islam, trans. Peter Heinegg (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1985), 140-41. 43 Quoted by Kanan Makiya, Cruelty and Silence: War, Tyranny, Uprising, and the Arab World (New York: Norton, 1993), 242. The second half of this work is devoted to the rush of Arab nationalist intellectuals to endorse Saddam Hussein before and during the Gulf crisis.
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Hichem Djait (Arabic: هشام جعيط), (born December 6, 1935) is a prominent historian and scholar of Islam. Djait was born in Tunis, Tunisia to a conservative upper-middle-class family. His erudite father and some of his uncles and relatives were Islamic sages (or sheikhs), which made the name of the Djait family become traditionally associated with the Zeytouna Mosque as well as with Islamic Fiqh and Iftah (or jurisprudence).
Hichem Djaït, Europe and Islam, trans. Peter Heinegg, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985), pp. 110–111). Hodgson, the Tunisian historian Hichem Djaït writes: not a monolithic empire but a civilization in the making, an Islam that stretched out simultaneously toward the Far East and toward Europe. This was an Islam with a finished, mature, fully coherent civilization, displaying a coherent identity over a vast geographical rang. he oikumene seemed to be hedged about on all sides by Islam, which occupied a central position because it was the only one of its worldwide partners in constant contact with all the others.
Europe, Middle East, Arab countries, Kufah (Iraq), Kūfah (Iraq).
Europe and Islam Hichem Djait; translated by Peter Heinegg. Berkeley University of California Press, 1985. VIII, 198, p. Does anything eat wasps? and 101 other questions. London: Profile Books, 2005. 218, p. ; 20 cm. Don Monty.
to the Arabs and to Islam because of their primitive virtues tended to see Jews from the angle of nineteenth-century anti-Semitism, that is, as rootless and devious harbingers of a destabilizing modernity. Wilkins conceded, however, that even without the defamatory appendix the tone of the book was anti-Semitic, as indeed the section on the Jews assuredly is, in comparison with the favourable presentation of the Gypsies and, especially, of El Islam. On an alleged affinity between the Germanic and Islamic mind, see Hichem Djaït, Europe and Islam, trans. Peter Heinegg (Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press, 1985), pp. 78–79 et passim.
Grand historien de l’islam, Hichem Djaït a publié récemment aux Éditions Fayard La Crise de la culture islamique. Biographie de l'auteur Historien, islamologue et intellectuel engagé, Hichem Djaït est l'auteur de plusieurs ouvrages sur l'histoire islamique du moyen âge : La Grande Discorde. Religion et politique dans l'Islam des origines (Gallimard, 1989), Al-Kûfa. Naissance de la ville islamique (Éditions . P. Maisonneuve et Larose, 1986) et La Révélation, le Coran et la prophétie (en arabe, Beyrouth, 1999).