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by David Grafton

  • ISBN: 1860649440
  • Category: History
  • Author: David Grafton
  • Subcategory: World
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: I.B.Tauris (July 23, 2004)
  • Pages: 288 pages
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David Grafton is a pastor of the Lutheran Church in America working in Cairo. He is also a lecturer at Dar Camboni Arabic Studies Institute.

David Grafton is a pastor of the Lutheran Church in America working in Cairo.

The Christians of Lebanon book. Hardcover, 288 pages. Published July 23rd 2004 by Tauris Academic Studies (first published 2004). This book examines the Islamic categories of Christians under Islamic law and compares them with the status of Christians within Lebanon.

This book examines the Islamic categories of Christians under Islamic law and compares them with the status of Christians within Lebanon.

Grafton, David (2003). The Christians of Lebanon: Political Rights in Islamic Law. . ISBN 978-1-86064-944-8

Grafton, David (2003). ISBN 978-1-86064-944-8.

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A 2015 study estimates some 2,500 Lebanese Christians have Muslim ancestry, whereas the majority of Lebanese Christians are direct descendants of the original . ISBN 978-1-86064-944-8

A 2015 study estimates some 2,500 Lebanese Christians have Muslim ancestry, whereas the majority of Lebanese Christians are direct descendants of the original early Christians. Of the 18 officially recognized religious groups, 4 are Muslim, 12 Christian, 1 Druze, and 1 Jewish. The main branches of Islam are Shi'a and Sunni.

The Christians of Lebanon. Grafton, David D. 2004. The Christians of Lebanon. The multiple identities of the Middle East New York: Schocken Books. Egypt, Islam and democracy. The Maronites in Lebanon: an historical and political perspective.

58 Grafton, David . The Christians of Lebanon: Political Rights in Islamic Law (New York: Tauris Academic Studies, 2003), 35–6. For a detailed discussion of the historical development of the vizierate during ʿAbbāsid times, see al-Yuzubkī, Tawfīq Sultān, al-Wizāra: Nash'atuhā wa-taṭawwuruhā fī al-dawla al-ʿAbbāsiyya (132–447) (Baghdad: Mosul University Press, 1975).

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Informationen zum Titel The Christians of Lebanon von David Grafton aus der Reihe Tauris academic studies This book examines the Islamic categories of Christians under Islamic law and compares them with the status of Christians within Lebanon.

This book examines the Islamic categories of Christians under Islamic law and compares them with the status of Christians within Lebanon. David Grafton reviews the opinions of four Lebanese Muslim scholars (two Sunni and two Shi'a) regarding Christian political rights during the Lebanese Civil War. In such a diverse and complicated social context as Lebanon, how do these scholars respond to the position of the Christian community which claims political supremacy by maintaining its hold on the Presidency?



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