As Salaamu Alaykum!

                                                                                                   Hand_of_the_Scribe2 copyThe Sankore’ Institute of Islamic-African Studies International (S.I.I.A.S.I) is a non-profit, non-political educational institution founded for the sole purpose of researching into the educational, political, cultural and religious heritage of Islamic Africa. The primary area of concern is that part of Black Africa traditionally known as the Bilad ‘s-Sudan (The Lands of the Blacks). These lands include all the regions located south of the Sahara desert and north of the tropical jungles, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Red Sea. The purpose of the S.I.I.A.S.I is to elucidate and evidence the Islamic traditions which were born out of African nations such as Takrur, Songhay, Mali, Ghana, Kanem-Bornu, Wodai, Fur, Funj, Sokoto, Segu, Massina and the Mahdist kingdom of the Nile valley.  More>


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Ta’Leem Al-Anaam                                         Umar Ibn Said

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  1. عطية عومار says:

    السلام عليكم
    هل ممكن مساعدتي في الحصول على كتاب تزيين الورقات لعبد الله بن فودي

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