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Islamic History Podcast

Islamic History Podcast

Islamic History Podcast

We often overlook Islamic history as a learning tool. The history of Islam is not only important for Muslims, but important for everyone. Islam and the people who call themselves Muslims have made an enormous impact on our world. The Islamic History Podcast is about discovering that history in a fun and interesting way.
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The Sokoto Caliphate was one of the most influential and famous sub-Saharan Islamic empires. Founded by Shehu Uthman dan Fodio, the Sokoto Caliphate was born from a struggle against injustice. Read and download some of Shehu Uthman dan Fodio's works.โดย Abu Ibrahim Ismail
From the steppes of Central Asia, thousands of Turkish people migrate to Anatolia and the Middle East. These new arrivals become first the Seljuk Turks, then the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum, and finally, the Osmanlis.โดย Muttaqi Ismail
Mohammed Artan joins us to talk about the history of Islam in Somalia. Mohammed Artan was born in Somalia, raised in the Netherlands, and currently lives in England. He is the director and founder of Looh Press, a publishing company specializing in Islamic, African, and Somali studies resources. Click here to get the show notes for this episode. Cl…
The Middle East peace process begins to fracture as Israel adopts a harder stance. Things get worse for the Palestinians after the 9-11 attacks. And then the US launches another war against Iraq.โดย Abu Ibrahim Ismail
Abdul Aziz ibn Saud, the ruler of Najd, prepares to invade the Hijaz but the British make him back down. Having defeated the Rashidis, the Hashemites are the last significant rival to Saudi dominance in Arabia.โดย Abu Ibrahim Ismail
In the eighteenth century, a Muslim scholar named Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab begins teaching his literalist interpretation of Islam in central Arabia. He teams up with a local governor named Muhammad ibn Saud to conquer Arabia.โดย Abu Ibrahim Ismail
Prince Faisal really wants Syria but neither the French nor the British want to give it to him. Outraged by the Turkish resistance in Anatolia, Lloyd George forces the puppet Ottoman Sultan to sign the Treaty of Sevres. Looking for more content? Become a member at Islamic History Exclusive.โดย Abu Ibrahim Ismail
The British are planning to implement the Balfour Declaration while trying to get a handle on how to govern Iraq. Meanwhile, the Allies from WWI are busy occupying Anatolia. But it's not going as planned. Looking for more content? Become a member at Islamic History Exclusive.โดย Abu Ibrahim Ismail
Welcome to Season 6 of the Islamic History Podcast. In this season, we will discuss 100 years of Middle Eastern history after the fall of the Ottoman Empire. We will begin with the aftermath of the World War I and end with the election of Donald Trump. Looking for bonus material? Become a member at Islamic History Exclusive.…
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