محمد عبدالله آل آهاری

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پرش به: ناوبری، جستجو
محمد عبدالله آل آهاری
زادروز ۶ ژانویهٔ ۱۹۶۵(1965-01-06) ‏(۴۹ سال)
Ray Allen Rudder
ملیت ایالات متحده آمریکا
پیشه مقاله‌نویس public school educator

محمد عبدالله آل آهاری (تولد:۶ ژانویه ۱۹۶۵) مقاله نویس آمریکایی، محقق و نویسنده در موضوعات اسلامی در آمریکا، سیاه پوستان ملی گرا، اقیلت‌های مذهبی اسلامی در دنیای اسلامی قدیم و جدید، فلسفه علوم غیبی (ماورائی) در اسلام. از اهری در آمریکا، نیجریه، بوسنی و ترکیه کتاب و مقالات در خصوص اسلام منتشر شده‌است. او همچنین در کالج اسلامی آمریکا در شیکاگو به مدت سه سال در مورد فرق اسلامی مانند: صوفیان نعمت الهی، بکتاشیان (تحت شیخ رفیع صنعتی شریف)، تیجانی، نقشبندیه، مطالعه نمود. حاصل این مطالعات و سفرهای سرارسی آل آهاری را به مساجد و مدارس اسلامی در آرمیکا منجر به تمرکز بر روی حفاظت او برای حفظ و حراست از قطعات نادر از ادبیات اسلامی آمریکا و مستنداتی از حضور مسلمانان در ایالات متحده و کانادا گردید.

نوشتار و کتب[ویرایش]

    1. Muhammed al-Ahari (1993). Bilali Muhammad: Muslim Juriprudist in Antebellum Georgia, trans
  1. lated by Muhammad Abdullah al-Ahari, Magribine Press. ISBN 0-415-91270-9. This was reprinted by Magribine Press by January 2010 and an expanded illustrated edition with Arabic text will be published in 2012. https://www.createspace.com/3431038
    1. Muhammed al-Ahari (1992). African Muslim in Antebellum America and Their Education Theories. Magribine Press.
    2. Muhammed al-Ahari (2006). Five Classic Muslim Slave Narratives. Magribine Press, Chicago. This is a collection of five slave naratives that are either out of print or difficult to find. The presentation of Africa, Islam and slavery in the American slave Narratives of Muslim slaves in the Americas is a topic that is often overlooked in discussing the genre of slave narratives and the birth of African American Literature. In fact the first biography was that of a former Maryland slave, Job Ben Solomon, published in 1730 in Britain. By reexamining these often overlooked narratives we can get insight into African Islam, the turmoil of integration into a foreign culture, life in Africa, and life as a slave in the Americas. The primary sources include: the narrative of Job ben Solomon, the two autobiographical pieces of Muhammad Said of Bornu, the Arabic autobiography of 'Umar ibn Said, the Jamaican narrative of Abu Bakr Said, a discussion of coverage on Bilali Muhammad's excerpts from the Risalah of Abi Zaid, Theodore Dwight's articles on the teaching methods of the Serachule teacher slave Lamen Kebe, and a letter describing Salih Bilali.
    3. Senad Agic, Muhammed al-Ahari, et.al.(2006). "A Hundred Years of Bosnians in America"("100 Godina Bošnjaka u Americi"). Chicago: Bosnian American Cultural Association, ©2006. The Bosnians were the first Muslims in the United States to incoporate an Islamic Association in 1906 in Chicago, Illinois.
    4. Muhammed A. al-Ahari (2006). A Heritage of East and West: the writings of Shaykh Kamil Yusuf Avdich. Magribine Press, Chicago.Edited and forward by Muhammed Abdullah Al-Ahari. This is a collection thirty-seven of Imam Kamil Avdić's English language articles. Avdich (1914-1979) was one of the first Bosnians to graduate of Al-Azhar in Cairo, Egypt. He wrote the first textbook for Islamic weekend schools in America entitled The Outline of Islam, was the first Imam of the Islamic Cultural Center of Greater Chicago (ICCGC), and founded the Council of Imams. This text was sponsored by the Islamic Cultural Center of Greater Chicago and promoted at the Centennial of Bosnian immigration to the United States.
    5. Muhammed al-Ahari, Imam Adnan Balihodzic, and Shaykh Kamil Avdich (2012). The Outline of Islam. Northbrook, Illinois: Islamic Cultural Center of Greater Chicago. The 1959 text had no Arabic text, so all hadith and verses from the Qur'an were translated and given in transliteration. The 2012 edition has Arabic added for حدیث and Qur'anic ayats by Muhammed Al-Ahari and Imam Balihodzic. Imam Balihodzic also did source grading (مصطلح‌الحدیث, hassan, etc.) for the Hadith. Additions tests, teacher aids, an updated bibliography and a forward were added by Muhammed Al-Ahari. [12] This work was sponsored by the Bosnian American Cultural Association Women's Auxillary and the Islamic Cultural Center of Greater Chicago. [13]
    6. Muhammed al-Ahari (2006). The Islam Papers: The 1893 World Parliament of Religion. Magribine Press, Chicago. This is a collection of ten speeches on islam given at the 1893 World Parliament of Religions held in Chicago in 1893. Two of the speeches are by Muhammad Alexander Russell Webb.
    7. Muhammed A. al-Ahari (2006). Taking Islam to the Street: The Da'wah of the Islamic Party of North America. Magribine Press, Chicago. This is an annotated edition of five pamphlet published by the Chicago based Islam Party of North America.
    8. Muhammed A. al-Ahari (2006). Islam in America and Other Writings of Muhammad الکساندر راسل وب. Magribine Press, Chicago. Edited and forward by Muhammed Abdullah Al-Ahari. This work is a collection of three pamphlets and two speeches from Webb.
    9. Muhammed Abdullah Al-Ahari (Jun 10, 2011). Islam, the True Faith, the Religion of Humanity by Hajj Shaykh Daoud Ahmed Faisal. Edited and forward by Muhammed Abdullah Al-Ahari. Magribine Press, Chicago. This is the first collection of Shaykh Daoud's writings.
    10. Muhammed Abdullah al-Ahari (Mar 17, 2010). The Black Man, the Father of the Civilization: and other Biblical Commentary by Rev. James Morris Webb. Editing, forward, annotations by Muhammed Abdullah al-Ahari. Magribine Press, Chicago. James Morris Webb was a Garveyite minister and was responsible for the spreading of the idea that Jesus is a Black man.
    11. Muhammed Abdullah al-Ahari (2011). The Voice of Islam and the Moslem World. An annotated edition of the newspaper of Muhammed Alexander Russell Webb from the 1880s. Magribine Press, Chicago. This is an annotated edition of Webb newspaper The Voice of Islam and the Moslem World from 1894-5. This is the only place any of the contents of these newspapers have been reprinted.
    12. Muhammed al-Ahari (2011). THE OSMANLI DIASPORA & The Development of an Ethnic Press by Muhammed al-Ahari (2011). Magribine Press, Chicago. Sponsored by the Islamic Cultural Center of Greater Chicago. A study of Ottoman Diaspora newspapers in the United States. Over half focuses on Bosnian-American newspapers.
    13. Muhammed al-Ahari (2006). Painting Coal Gold. Chicago: Magribine Press. A study of Freemasonry, Bektashism, and the Dawoodi Bektashi Order. Chicago: Magribine Press.
    14. Naim Frasheri, Huseyin Abiva, and Muhammed A. al-Ahari (2006). The Bektashi Pages. Chicago: Babagan Press. The foreward to the translation from the Albanian language original by Muhammed A. al-Ahari.

منابع[ویرایش]

1. Al-Ahari, Muhammad Abdullah. "Muhammad Alexander Russel Webb". The Minaret January/February 1992:51-2. and a half dozen other articles to be added.

2. Muhammad Abdullah Al-Ahari Rudder; translated by I. Kasumović to Croatian "Mogućnosti bilingvalnog metoda u nastavi: (historijski razvoj islama u Americi)" Islamska misao, 13, 156, str. 39-44 (1991). Contains a biographic sketch that documents Muhammed al-Ahari's studies of Islam in America.

3. http://www.fountainmagazine.com/article.php?ARTICLEID=574

4.Svijest contains an articles Muhammed al-Ahari wrote on Bosnian cuisine, Bosnian Coffeehouses, and the history of Bosnian immigration to America. One of the issues also contains a two page interview documenting Muhammed al-Ahari's conversion to Islam and his documenting of the history of Islam in America.

5. http://reocities.com/Heartland/Woods/4623/amexemtimes/amexemtimes16.html

6. http://www.icc-greaterchicago.com/ The newsletter is available in both print and online versions.

7. The conference proceedings were also videotaped and include two interviews of Muhammed al-Ahari that were broadcast on Canton One Television in Sarjevo in 2001.

8. [۱] Contains the complete article in English with a summary in Turkish of the article "The Use and Misuse of the Name Bektashism." The article was expanded and published as the text "Coal Painted Gold." This also contains a brief biographic sketch of Muhammed al-Ahari that documents his research on Bektashism and Sufism.

9. http://www.bosnjaci.net/prilog.php?pid=22976. A Bosnian language review of the text 100 Godina Bošnjaka u Americi. It includes a list of all contibutors.

10. http://loibookstore.wordpress.com/category/book-discussion-group/ This is one book circle that chose Muhammead Alexander Russell Webb's "Islam in America and Other Writings" for one of their selections.

11. Dr. Ronald Judy (1993). (Dis)forming the American Canon: African-Arabic slave narratives. Page 323 documents Muhammed al-Ahari's translation of Arabic slave narratives and his work on the Bilali Muhammad text. The second edition of Allan Austin's "African Muslims in Antebellum America: transatlantic stories and spiritual struggles" (1997) includes translations from Muhammed al-Ahari and thanks Muhammed for locating five manuscripts that were not in the first edition.

12. Muhammed al-Ahari, Imam Adnan Balihodzic, and Shaykh Kamil Avdich (2012). The Outline of Islam. Northbrook, Illinois: Islamic Cultural Center of Greater Chicago. Muhammed al-Ahari's introduction is on page 5-11.

13. http://zgbaca.com/. This webpage contains information about the book promotion for the text The Outline of Islam.