Tunisian historian, islamic studies scholar and academic. Djaït (Hichem), The Life of Muhammad, Carthage, The Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts -Beït al-Hikma-, 3 vols, “Revelation and. Results 1 – 12 of 17 Islamic Culture in Crisis: A Reflection on Civilizations in History. Oct 8, by Milton Hindus and Hichem Djait.
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Djait later travelled to France where he received the “Aggregation” diploma in History in The Great Fitna is often described by scholars and critics as the most influential reference on the subject.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Djait who has spent a deep and longstanding career in Academic and research fields.
“The Life of Muhammad” by Hichem Djaït (3 v.)
This initiative started with prominent Moroccan historian and novelist Abdullah al Aroui along with two Egyptians, namely Rochdi Rached, historian of Mathematics of Arab and Muslim world, Mustapha Safouan, specialist scientist in psychology.
Among such publications, one may mention The Great Fitna or The Great Discord first published in and which represents a seminal study djzit a revolutionary reading of Islamic history following the death of Prophet Muhammad.
In a recent interview published by the Egyptian Arabic newspaper Al-Ahram, Tunisian historian Hichem Djait revealed that the Tunisian university will ultimately honour him, at the request of the Arab World Institute in Paris and as part of honouring some Arab thinkers.
In fact, the honouring, after long years of retirement, is partly fair for Dr.
This page was last edited on 10 Decemberat He had his secondary education at Sadiki Collegewhere he studied French, world literatureWestern philosophyArabicand Islamic Studies.
His erudite father and some of his uncles and relatives were Islamic sages or sheikhswhich made the name of the Djait family become traditionally associated with the Zeytouna Mosque as well as with Gichem Fiqh and Iftah or jurisprudence. His training at Sadiki College made him discover Enlightenment thinkers and the ideals of the Renaissance and the Reformation which were jichem different from the teachings of his family’s conservative milieu. Djait was born in TunisTunisia to a conservative upper-middle-class family.