Islamización y aculturación en la época de ʻUmar II (717-720)

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https://doi.org/10.3989/alqantara.2021.006

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ʻUmar II, mawālī, “rescript”, “edicto”, H. A. R. Gibb, Milka Levy-Rubin, Luke Yarbrough

Resumen


La vasta correspondencia de ʻUmar II con los gobernantes es examinada para la discusión de la islamización y la aculturación. Desde el punto de vista del califa, estos dos procesos tenían que ser regulados y el dilema era cómo formular una política que estuviera en línea con la ética islámica y, al mismo tiempo, controlar la islamización estableciendo un alto nivel de entrada para los conversos. La lucha contra la aculturación intentaba preservar el dominio político musulmán controlando la administración.

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Lev, Y. . (2021). Islamización y aculturación en la época de ʻUmar II (717-720). Al-Qanṭara, 42(1), e06. https://doi.org/10.3989/alqantara.2021.006

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