Year 2016, Volume 16 , Issue 1, Pages 0 - 0 2016-06-01

The Inclusivity of Islamicjerusalem and its Model for Multiculturalism
شمولية بيت المقدس ونموذجها للتعددية
Beytülmakdis'in Kapsayıcılığı ve Çoğulculuğa Yönelik Modeli

Khalid EL-AWAISI [1]


The three monotheistic religions have a very strong connection with the region of Islamicjerusalem. It is a place
where these religions meet, sometimes peacefully and at other times not. Its bloody history took a major turn with
the arrival of Islam and Muslims into this holy region. A new chapter of peaceful relations between religions and cultures
was forged in the seventh century. This rapport has not always been maintained and at various points in history it
has been violated and the region reverted to its old ways.
This paper looks at the framework and source of this change in the seventh century. It will discuss various Qur’anic
verses and the attitudes of the early Muslims who arrived into the region, and the model adopted for multiculturalism
and cultural-engagement, drawing lessons for a time of great need.

شمولية بيت المقدس ونموذجها للتعددية

Beytülmakdis'in Kapsayıcılığı ve Çoğulculuğa Yönelik Modeli

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Subjects Social, History
Published Date 01-08-2016
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Khalid EL-AWAISI

Dates

Publication Date : June 1, 2016

Bibtex @research article { beytulmakdis338487, journal = {Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies}, issn = {1367-1936}, eissn = {2514-6009}, address = {journal@isravakfi.org}, publisher = {Beytülmakdis Çalışmaları Vakfı}, year = {2016}, volume = {16}, pages = {0 - 0}, doi = {}, title = {The Inclusivity of Islamicjerusalem and its Model for Multiculturalism}, key = {cite}, author = {EL-AWAISI, Khalid} }
APA EL-AWAISI, K . (2016). The Inclusivity of Islamicjerusalem and its Model for Multiculturalism. Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies , 16 (1) , 0-0 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/beytulmakdis/issue/28530/338487
MLA EL-AWAISI, K . "The Inclusivity of Islamicjerusalem and its Model for Multiculturalism". Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies 16 (2016 ): 0-0 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/beytulmakdis/issue/28530/338487>
Chicago EL-AWAISI, K . "The Inclusivity of Islamicjerusalem and its Model for Multiculturalism". Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies 16 (2016 ): 0-0
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ISNAD EL-AWAISI, Khalid . "The Inclusivity of Islamicjerusalem and its Model for Multiculturalism". Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies 16 / 1 (June 2016): 0-0 .
AMA EL-AWAISI K . The Inclusivity of Islamicjerusalem and its Model for Multiculturalism. JIJS. 2016; 16(1): 0-0.
Vancouver EL-AWAISI K . The Inclusivity of Islamicjerusalem and its Model for Multiculturalism. Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies. 2016; 16(1): 0-0.