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by Yitzhak Reiter

  • Author: Yitzhak Reiter
  • ISBN: 0714643424
  • ISBN13: 978-0714643427
  • ePub: 1366 kb | FB2: 1751 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: World
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (1996)
  • Pages: 272
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Islamic Endowments in Jerusalem Under British Mandate ePub download

For details see Yitzhak Reiter, Islamic Endowments in Jerusalem under British Mandate, Frank Cass, London Portland, Oregon, 1996. Excluding funds for land purchases.

For details see Yitzhak Reiter, Islamic Endowments in Jerusalem under British Mandate, Frank Cass, London Portland, Oregon, 1996. Sahar Huneidi, A Broken Trust: Herbert Samuel, Zionism and the Palestinians 1920–1925, . During its existence the territory was known simply as Palestine, but, in later years, a variety of other names and descriptors have been used, including Mandatory or Mandate Palestine, the British Mandate of Palestine and British Palestine.

Yitzhak Reiter presents a picture of the role of Islam in mandatory Jerusalem through the resources of the Waqf. Books related to Islamic Endowments in Jerusalem Under British Mandate.

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Start by marking Islamic Endowments in Jerusalem Under British Mandate as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The prevalent image of institutionalized corruption within the Waqf system is not completely supported by the findings of the study.

Yitzhak Reiter of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has used the vast corpus of Jerusalem shari'a court records to answer the question of just how the waqf institution functioned in the era of British control of Palestine (1917-47). Since the qadi (shari'a judge) exercises general supervision over awqaf and their administrators, he receives complaints and petitions of various kinds.

Reiter's first studies pertained to the Islamic pious endowments (waqf) in Palestine under the British Mandate and in Israel

Reiter's first studies pertained to the Islamic pious endowments (waqf) in Palestine under the British Mandate and in Israel.

He is the author of several books including Islamic Endowment in Jerusalem under British Mandate (Frank Cass, 1996) and Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem: Palestinian Muslim Administration under Jordanian and Israeli Rule (Kluwer Law International, 1997). Библиографические данные. Jerusalem and Its Role in Islamic Solidarity.

Islamic Endowments in Jerusalem Under British Mandate. Table of Contents casts new light on a central Islamic institution and on the detailed complexity of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Yitzhak Reiter presents a picture of the role of Islam in mandatory Jerusalem through the resources of the Waqf This is the most detailed work estant on this subject and its publication is of great importance. The prevalent image of institutionalized corruption within the Waqf system is not completely supported by the findings of the study This is the most detailed work estant on this subject and its publication is of great importance to those studying not only the waaf institution but also the institutional structures of the Muslim community prior to 1948.

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Yitzhak Reiter presents a picture of the role of Islam in mandatory Jerusalem through the resources of the Waqf. The prevalent image of institutionalized corruption within the Waqf system is not completely supported by the findings of the study.
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