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The History of Al-Tabari, Volume 2 has 33 ratings and 4 reviews. Ahmad said: Tarikh al-Rusul wa al-Muluk (History of the Prophets and Kings) = The Histor. Jul 13, 40 volumes of Tabari in English. best-authenticated reports maintained by chains of individuals, i.e., the foundation method of Islamic history. This volume records the lives and efforts of some of the prophets preceeding the birth of Mohammad. It devotes most of its message to two towering.

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The times in which he lived were marked by political disorder, social crisis, and philosophical-theological controversy.

History pointed to the consequences of heeding or ignoring him. Return to Book Page. Noah, and she bore him the Blacks, Nubians, Fezzan, Zanj, Zaghawah, and all the peoples of the Sudan” 11 – an unwarranted racialization though not one unique to Islam of biblical tradition that contributed heavily to the justifications for slavery in the antebellum South.

This is proto-history told in fascinating detail, of us in different contexts, as well as of others completely unknown to Western readers. Trivia About The History of Al Although pre-Islamic influences are evident in their works, the Medinan perspective of Muslim history evolved as a theocentric god-centred universal history of prophecy culminating in the career of Muhammad and not as a continuum of tribal wars and values.

The account of Abraham is interlaced with tales of the cruel tyrant Nimrod, who tried prophetss vain both to burn Abraham in fire and to reach the heavens to fight with God. Let the reader be aware that whatever I mention in proohets book is relied on the news that were narrated by some men. The volume ends with the moving story of Joseph’s reunion with his brothers, the tragi-comic story of how he reveals himself to them, and the final reunion with his aged father og is brought to Egypt to ahd his son’s power and glory.

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It devotes most of its message to two towering figures–Abraham, the Friend of God, and his great-grandson, Joseph. Even if today he’s better known for his expertise in Islamic sciences Qur’anic commentary and law or history, he has been described as “an impressively prolific polymath.

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Abolhassan rated it liked it May 09, Bob rated it it was amazing Apr 25, Before proceeding to the story of Joseph, which is recounted in great detail, we linger over the accounts of two figures associated with ancient Arabia in Muslim tradition: The Ritual of Battle.

Nihat Yesil rated it it was amazing Dec 02, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Before proceeding to the story of Joseph, which is recounted in great detail, we linger over the accounts of two figures associated with ancient Arabia in Muslim tradition: He also covers attempts to explain phenotypical differences among humans by the different children of Noah – apparently it was derived from Jewish tradition, but it includes the assertion that “Canaan b.

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Ali baba rated it it was amazing Apr 12, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Mahatma Gandi rated it really liked it Oct 30, Articles from Britannica Encyclopedias for elementary and high school students. Noah, and she bore him the Blacks, Nu In this portion of al-Tabari’s History of Prophets, Kings, and Caliphshe includes some interesting Persian legends about a tyrant called al-Azdahaq and his conquest by al-Dahhak. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Abraham is tested by God, both by being commanded to sacrifice his son and here Tabari shows his fairness be presenting the arguments of Muslim scholars as to whether that son was Ishmael or Isaac and by being given commandments to follow both in personal behavior and in ritual practice. Your contribution may be further edited by our staff, and prophtes publication is subject to our final approval.

Lists with This Book. This is proto-history told in fascinating detail, of us in different contexts, as well as of others completely unknown to Western readers. An al-Sila, appendix prophfts continuation, was written by Abu Abdullah b. We welcome suggested improvements to any of our articles.

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Myma rated it it was amazing Sep 05, The History commenced with the Creation, followed by accounts regarding the patriarchs, prophets, and rulers of antiquity. The story of Abraham’s nephew Lot and the wicked people of Sodom also appears here, with the scholars once again arguing–this time over what the exact crimes were for which the Sodomites were destroyed. In the pages of this volume we read of the miraculous birth and early life of Abraham, and of his struggle against his father’s idolatry.

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Thus ancient Iran, Israel, and Arabia serve as the stages on which actors such as Biwarasb, the xnd Iranian king, Noah and his progeny, and the otherwise unknown Arabian prophets Hud and Kins appear and act. In some cases there are several versions of the same incident, all presented without authorial comments.

Finally we meet Joseph, whose handsome appearance, paternal preference, and subsequent boasting to his brothers lead to his being cast into a pit and ending up as a slave in Egypt.

The History of Al-Tabari, Volume 2: Thus ancient Iran, Israel, and Arabia serve as the stages on which actors such as Biwarasb, the semi-legendary Iranian king, Noah and his progeny, and the otherwise unknown Arabian prophets Hud and Salih appear and act. Finally we meet Joseph, whose handsome appearance, paternal preference, and subsequent boasting to his brothers lead to his being cast into a pit and ending up as a slave in Egypt. The account of Abraham is interlaced with tales of the cruel tyrant Nimrod, who tried in vain both to burn Abraham in fire and to reach the heavens to fight with God.

Muhammad Ibn Jarir Al-Tabari.