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Over the last years, from origins in Arabia, a succession of Muslim polities and later empires expanded to control territories and peoples that ultimately stretched from southern France to East Africa and South East Asia.
Yet many of the contributions of Muslim thinkers, scientis Islam has been one of the most powerful religious, social and political forces in history. Yet many of the contributions of Muslim thinkers, scientists and theologians, not to mention rulers, statesmen and soldiers, have been occluded.
This book rescues from oblivion and neglect some of these personalities and institutions while offering pncak reader a new narrative of this lost Islamic history. The Umayyads, Abbasids, and Ottomans feature in the story, as do Muslim Spain, the savannah kingdoms bxghdad West Africa and the Mughal Empire, along with the later European colonization of Muslim lands and the development of modern nation-states in the Muslim world.
Throughout, the impact of Islamic belief on scientific advancement, social structures, and cultural development is puncqk due prominence, and the text is complemented by portraits of key personalities, inventions and little known historical nuggets. The history of Islam and of the world’s Muslims brings together diverse peoples, geographies and states, all interwoven into one narrative that begins with Muhammad and continues to this day.
Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Lost Islamic Historyplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 14, Bilqis rated it it was amazing Shelves: Such rich Islamic history I was never aware of, I am grateful to the author and the publishers for this book of knowledge. Others should read it as well it’s an great eye opener. I nearly cried at the end of the Andalusian era.
May 22, Roberto Macias rated it it was amazing. All have been very enlightening both on the rise and fall of the middle eastern empires, and understanding the conflicts that now plague the region.
It encompasses all Islamic culture by avoiding 19th century definitions of identity ethnicity and nationalism and resorting to more period, or subject, accurate descriptions, After going vunia Paul Johnson’s “History of Christianity” and “History of the Jews” I read a few books on the Arabs. It encompasses all Islamic culture by avoiding 19th century definitions of identity ethnicity and nationalism and resorting to more period, or subject, accurate descriptions, when identity was more closely sejaarh to religion.
This has been particularly truth of the Islamic faith, and we ignore it at our own risk. By taking this approach, Firas Alkhateeb takes more time in explaining the fate of Muslims in al-Andalus, and in the Indiand subcontinent. He also spends some time going over the reasons for the success of the Muslim empires, specially acknowledging their contribution to the start of the renaissance.
This book is a fantastic lesson in history without being burdensome. I definitely recommend it to anyone who wishes to know bwghdad about world history. Aug 22, Hina rated it it was amazing Shelves: What an amazing amazing read!
This should be made part of every school course! The writing is precise just giving enough information to know the events but not overly detailed so people end up getting bored. I know because I am not much into history and stuff. I love how the events are connected from the baghdxd of the Prophet to the ‘modern’ world today.
Ottoman rule intrigued me the most. One thing is clear though as long as the rulers and people followed the teaching What an amazing amazing read!
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One thing is clear though as long as the rulers and people followed the teachings of Islam they saw massive successes in every field but when they indulged in selfish gains and petty politics it ended in chaos for baghadd and their people. A must must read. Over the last 1, years, a succession of Muslim polities and empires expanded to control territories and peoples stretching from southern France to East Africa and South East Asia.
Yet many of the contributions of Muslim thinkers scientists and theologians not to mention statemen and sliders have been overlooked. The bestselling Vfrsi Islamic History, now in a new updated edition, rescues from oblivion a forgotten past, charting its narrative from Muhammad to modern-day nation-states.
From Abbasids and Ottomans to Mughals and west African kings, Firas Alkhateeb sketches key personalities inventions and historical episodes to show the monumental impact of Islam on global society and culture.
He founded and writes the website lostislamichistory. Sep 16, Shoohada Khanom rated it it was amazing. I honestly couldn’t put the book down, it goes through the history of Islam in the last years and how it spread from one country to another beginning with Prophet Mohammed SAW. It talks about rulers, statesmen, soldiers and personalities that have been neglected. It talks about the Umayyads, Abbasids and the Ottamans. I can see myself reading this again as its so informative.
If you’re a history kinda person and want to find out more about Islam, this is the book for you. Nov 08, Hamza rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was yet another book that took me way longer than it would’ve two years ago. I think I’m losing my baghadd, because I can’t focus as well when trying to read on public transit. That said, I think it helped because I went over a lot of sentences and even paragraphs more than once.
This book is fantastic, despite the difficult task of cramming years of Islamic history into only a little over pages.
The author clearly knows his stuff, and I now wish I’d taken the class he co-taught on it This was yet another book that took me way longer than it would’ve two years ago.
The author clearly knows his stuff, and I now wish I’d taken the class he co-taught on it at my mosque puncka few months back.
I initially frowned a bit at the lack of citations, but maybe that’s just not his style.
He did include a bibliography at the back of the book, for which I’m grateful. I’d highly recommend this book for anyone interested in history, Islam, or both. I know I certainly don’t get to mix the two in my readings as often as I’d like to.
Destiny Disrupted: A History of the World Through Islamic Eyes
While one including the author himself, during a halaqa at my mosque could argue that it should be called “Muslim history” rather than “Islamic history”, the central theme of Islam being influential on different governments did exist throughout history, regardless of just how influential it really was.
View all 3 comments. Oct 17, Papatia Feauxzar rated it really liked it. Aside islsm the few shia bias from the author I’m Sunni btw but I want to believe I have no issues with Shias lol and the unclear stand baghad me of the author on the founder of Wahabism, the book is a must read. To understand the world of today, we must look at Islamic history and this book does a pretty good job at that.
Great read I recommend to anyone; Muslims who have no idea of our history and non-Muslims who want to understand Islam. View all 9 comments.
Meluruskan Sejarah Islam Dari Puncak Bagdad
Buku ini cocok banget buat pembaca yang ingin mengetahui secara garis besar sejarah peradaban Islam, terutama dari segi politiknya. Sep 01, Faiza Sattar rated it really liked it Shelves: A wonderful, enlightening read that everyone, irrespective of their religion, should get their hands on. Illuminates the roots of many of current world problems, especially the rapid loss of empathy for our fellow brethren. New World conflicts rari very islqm of clashes faced by ancient societies, and perhaps we can all learn a thing or two by reading and analyzing the glorious Islamic history.
But above all that, the book succeeds in making an excellent bahgdad in a few last pages – that of A wonderful, enlightening read that everyone, irrespective of their religion, should get their hands on. But above all that, the book succeeds in making an excellent point in a few last pages – that of our Muslim identity, and its utmost importance in solidifying our spiritual connection with Islam as basis of reviving the lost spirit of the perfected religion.
Perhaps the only flaw of the book is the lack of maps and diagrams accompanying the text which could have pumcak my understanding of historic invasions and span of empires even more. For someone who is as geographically sejsrah as myself, consulting the internet time and time again becomes tedious, especially concerning ancient city names that have now changed. That being said, it’s a highly recommended book owing to the simplicity of narration which makes it an effortless read.
Jul 20, Iman Adipurnama rated it it was amazing.
Islam has been one of the most powerful religious, social and political entity. For over years, originates from Arabia, a succesion of Muslim political power and later empires expanded to control territories and people that stretched over two third of the world. But, somehow, many contributins from the muslim thinkers, scholars, rulers, statesmen and scientists have been excluded from the formal curriculum. This book tried to rescue their story and offering the reader a new isla, from Is Islam has been one of dynia most powerful religious, social and political entity.
This book tried to rescue their story and offering the daru a new narrative from Islamic perspectives and in objectives way. The explanation itself, Firas Alkhateeb tried not to restrict himself to a certain Islamic school of thought or any Islamic movements.
Further, he gives the explanation objectively in a plain and order way, so that the reader can get a glimpse what have been lost in Islamic worlds today.
The history of Islam and the worlds muslims brings together diverse peoples, geographies, and states, all interwoven into one narrative that begins with Muhammad and continues until this day. This book is recommended one for a muslim or non-muslim who want to learn about Islamic history in a short-well educated way. Aug 19, Md. Tahmid rated it it was amazing. The sejraah starts with the geopolitical situation of the pre islamic Arabia. Then it covers the arrival of the last prophet, the birth of Islam and rise of islam as a world superpower.
With the passage of time, we move from one dynesty to another, let it be the Umaiyyad, Abbasid, Mamluk or the Ottoman, the book travels through history of last years evrsi such pace and elegance that it will never cease to mesmerize readers. The writer knows how to keep ixlam book of history interesting and lively e The book starts with the geopolitical situation of the pre islamic Arabia. The writer knows how to keep a book baghdd history interesting and lively enough so that readers always feel interested.