Workshop : “Jihad in Medieval Islam. Texts, theories and practices (7th-14th c.)”. IFAO (Le Caire), 11/10/2021.

Jihad in Medieval islam. Texts, Theories, and practices (7th-14th c.) IFAO, Cairo, Monday 11Th october 2021

Programme


Opening
9:00-9:15 Words of welcome


Laurent Coulon (Director/IFAO) and/or Abbès Zouache (Director of studies/IFAO)

9:15: Introduction

Mehdi Berriah (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) & Abbès Zouache (Ifao, Cairo)

Jihad’s issues in Medieval Islamic law
9:30 – 11:00 Chairman: Taef Elazhari (Helwan University, Cairo)

— Moussa Abou Ramadan (Strasbourg university)
The Distinction between Combatant and Civilian in Sarakhsī’s Legal Doctrine
— Mehdi Berriah (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
The Empty Bayt al-Māl: a Sine Qua Non Condition for the Imposition of a Tax for Financing Jihad?
— Yaser Ellethy (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
A Medieval Derelict Jihad Canon: Ibn Taymiya’s Qā‘ida Mukhtaṣara fī Qitāl al-Kuffār and the Ethics of Combating Non-Believers

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

Jihad, Crusades and Furūsiyya
11:30-12:30 Chairman: Yaser Ellethy (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

— Taef Elazhari (Helwan University, Cairo)
The Politics of Jihad in Early Crusading Period Among the Turkmen and Kurds — Abbès Zouache (Ifao, Cairo)
Jihad vs Furūsiyya. Preliminary Reflections

12:30-14:00 Lunch

 

Jihad in Western Islam
14:00-15:00 Chairman: Mehdi Berriah (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

— Mehdi Ghouirgate (Bordeaux III University) The Holy War: The Key Stone of the Berber Empires

— Yassir Benhima (Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle University) ممارسة الجهاد في العصر المرابطي من خلال نوازل ابن الحاج التجيبي

15:00-15:30 Coffee Break

Keynote
15:30-16:30
Suleiman Mourad (Smith College)
A Reexamination of the Concept of Jihad in Medieval Islam: Historical Realities vs Modern Polemics

Conclusion
16:30-17:00
Mehdi Berriah (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) & Abbès Zouache (IFAO, Cairo) Publishing process information and timeline

Dinner 19:30

https://www.ifao.egnet.net/uploads/manifestations/2021/Programme_JE_JIHAD_03.pdf


Hassan Bouali

Docteur en histoire médiévale de l'université Paris Nanterre.

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