This part focuses on Muslim historians from the 15th century until the early 19th. It seeks to inform us about the works of famed figures such as Ibn Khaldun, but also lesser ones, yet extremely important to our knowledge, such as Al Jabarti of Egypt. To the latter, as to many historians of this period, other than truth, the essential lesson we are reminded of constantly is how history is like a torch that can enlighten our experience of life, now and for the future, and what lessons and wisdom we can derive from the knowledge of past events. This part also includes a section on biographers who informed us about the lives of eminent Muslim personalities.
Muslim History and Historians Part 3: Muslim Historians (from the 15th Century down to the 19th)
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Figure 1: Muslim expansion by the end of Umayyad rule in 750. (Source).
Figure 1: Professor Salim Al-Hassani, Professor Mohammed Abattouy and other award recpients at the Awards Event
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