10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QAIRWAN»
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Kusaila along with his large army marched towards Qairwan. When the news
reached Qairwan that Oqba met his martyrdom and that a large army was
approaching, Zuhair bin Qais made preparations for battle, but dissension and
Akbar Shāh K̲h̲ān Najībābādī, Ṣafī al-Raḥmān Mubārakfūrī, Abdul Rahman Abdullah, 2001
Islam: Its Origin and Spread in Words, Maps and Pictures
Minaret of the Great The minaret and inner courtyard of the Great Mosque of Sidi
Mosque, Qairwan Okma at Qairwan. The square minaret was built in the first half
of the eighth century and is probably the earliest in existence. Qairwan is ...
The Age of Faith: The Story of Civilization
At Qairwan standsthe mosque ofSidi Oqba, originally builtin 670, seventimes
restored,and mostly dating from 838; its cloisters of round archesare upheld
byhundreds ofCorinthian columns fromtheruins of Carthage; its pulpitisa
masterpiece of ...
Abu Yazid fled to Qairwan; but the people of Qairwan had already heard of his
defeat and did not, consequently, allow him to enter their city. The people of
Qairwan not only disallowed entry of Abu Yazid into their city; they also
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Ahmed Sheikh Ahmed, Sheikh Ahmed, 2006
The City of Tunis: Evolution of an Urban System
Tunis would seem to have had about 120,000 inhabitants by the middle of the
eighteenth century, Qairwan up to 30,000, although it was reported to be as little
as 12,000 in 1830 (de Reynai) Sousse, Sfax, Gabes, Bizerte, Beja and el Kef all ...
Rulers, nomads, and Christians in Roman North Africa
But the persistence of the elders within the framework of the Church was a truly
remarkable phenomenon, as an epitaph discovered at Qairwan was to reveal:57
In nofminei d(omi)ni. In hoc [tumulo iacet cor]pus Pe[tyi senioris [qui vixit annos ...
One never really enters Qairwan. Not that the town is closed or prohibited to the
infidel; it is rather hostile to him. It is possible to cross the ramparts and walk in
the streets, but still one remains on the outside. The town is like the veiled women
The Encyclopedia britannica
The suks of Qairwan are interesting but less important than those of Tunis. The
town is the centre of fairly active trade and industry, especially in leather goods
and carpets. The town has a population of 19,426. The legend says that Okba in
James Louis Garvin, Franklin Henry Hooper, Warren E. Cox, 1929
Encyclopædia Britannica: A New Survey of Universal Knowledge
By March 909 Raqqada had become untenable, and Ziyadatallah resolved to
flee from his kingdom; he made for Egypt and thence to Iraq: his final fate is
uncertain. The cities Raqqada and Qairwan were immediately occupied by al-Shi
'i, who ...
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Une troisième victoire au compteur de Benjamin Devulder
L. Goffinet (Cento de Soie), sf en 62''70 ; 6. J. Le Monze (Signora), sf en 64''07 ; 7. C. Grangier (Picasso des Blés), sf en 64''40 ; 8. A. Lautié (Qairwan du Thot), ... «Ouest-France, Aug 14»
Ajak umat cintakan Nabi SAW
... al-Kitamy dari Kenya, Sheikh Habib Ahmed Mashhur al-Haddad (Jeddah), Sheikh Fethullah Gulen (Turki) dan Sheikh Abdul Qasim Zein Qairwan (Tunisia). «Kosmo!, Jun 14»