Islam and the ideology of power: The Mongol case

Īhāb Nabīl Rifāʿī

PhD student in History, ʿAyn Shams University, Cairo

icon-calendar October 15, 2014

20141015_Seminaire_Ihab_NabilĪhāb Nabīl Rifāʿī studies the ambiguous relationships that the Mongols maintained with 13th-century Islam, both Sunnite and Shiite, between sincere conversion and the political use of religion for their expansionist politics.

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