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Browsing Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies (CAMES) by Author "Khalidi, Tarif"

Browsing Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies (CAMES) by Author "Khalidi, Tarif"

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  • Khalidi, Tarif (Brigham Young University Press, )
    This book is the record of a debate that took place in the early tenth century between the famous Ismaili missionary Abu Hatim al-Razi and the even more celebrated Abu Bakr al-Razi, a physician and philosopher who was known ...
  • Khalidi, Tarif (Orient Institute Beirut, )
  • Khalidi, Tarif (Edinburgh University Press, )
    Introducing readers to the extremely rich tradition of Arabic literature, this anthology covers some of its major themes and concerns across the centuries, from its early beginnings to modern times. The texts chosen are a ...
  • Khalidi, Tarif (Doubleday, )
    The Prophet Muhammad has been revered for more than fifteen centuries. Today, one in five people throughout the world calls for daily praises and blessings upon him and holds him up as a model of virtue. In IMAGES OF ...
  • Abu-Husayn, Abdul Rahim; Khalidi, Tarif; Murad, Suleiman (AUB Press, )
    Kamal S. Salibi is primarily renowned for his monumental contributions to the history of Lebanon. Yet, his scholarly legacy extends well beyond Lebanon to topics that span the Middle East from biblical to contemporary ...
  • Khalidi, Tarif; Khalidi, ‘Anbarah Salam (Pluto Press, )
    Memoirs of an Early Arab Feminist is the first English translation of the memoirs of Anbara Salam Khalidi, an iconic Arab feminist. At a time when women have played a leading role in the Arab Spring, this book brings to ...
  • Khalidi, Tarif (Albin Michel, )
    This work presents in English translation the sayings and stories of Jesus in Arabic Islamic literature. In doing so, it traces a tradition of love and reverence for Jesus that has characterized Islamic though for more ...
  • Khalidi, Tarif (Penguin Books, )

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