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Thursday September 17 2015 AAAS Islam in North Eastern Africa Africa and Islam 30 Muslim lbn Batutah Arab scholar traveled though Africa visited most of the known islamic world Swahili Islam Swahel coast 35 of eastern african are muslim Islamic religious observance and membership is diverse Widespread popular adherence to sufism practice speaks of the complex history of the religion History of islam in Africa is tied to trade power marriage No single Islamic authority in eastern Africa Recognize the limited practice of Islamic law and Islamic courts operating alongside European Based Legal system for Civil matters Shariea Law is only for those who practice Islam The region is a patch work of communities of faiths that develop chiefly through a complex history including conversion and trade Swahili culture civilization and language is an offshoot of remarkable fusion of african and arabic elements along the indian ocean Thursday September 17 2015 Trade Movement is dependent on consume wind when the arabs are coming stay for 45 months Took wives in Africa Islam has been transmitted More peaceful in eastern and rather then western Cultivate relationship with chiefs and the villages Married into many villages Move away because of trade or prosecution Muslim populations present in ports such as bad and dhalak archipelago Aksumite architecture relives islamic influence Muslim solders from Damascus to Kenya Affillation include ibid Shia sunni present in the culture Central East African Interior 9th century Islam is at the Eastern Africa coast only as far as 20 miles no trading opportunities farther in Moved into Africa later because Gold in 16th century lvory End Slave trade Zanzibar expansion in early 19th century start plantations Cloves Thursday September 17 2015 Need slaves Baganda 1840 Islam is embraced Kabaka Mustesa embraces Islam as a state religion Selfproclaimed himself muslim Southern and Central Africa the Yao embraced Islam Ivory traders Conversion comes gradually Tabora Ujiji embrases Islam Half hearted Intermarriage relationships Islamic medicine Magic
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