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Asghar Ali Engineer – M. N. Roy on the Historical Role of Islam
Is Islam made it’s place only by sword or have any other reason. In the Roman world as well as in all the other lands of antique civilization, the ruling classes detested all productive labor,—looked down upon trade and Industry.
Imrankhan marked it as to-read Apr lslam, Sukarjakhro marked it as to-read Apr 17, A part of the wealth produced by the toiling masses, when left with themselves, becomes a powerful impetus to trade. Roke 07, Shuvo Shaha rated it really liked it. Manabendra Nath Roy 21 March — 26 Januaryborn Narendra Nath Bhattacharya, was an Indian revolutionary, radical activist and political theorist.
Karn Satyarthi marked it as to-read Apr 10, Muhammad Nouman marked it as to-read Jan 18, They were hardly considered as m.n.rroy beings.
The economic principle, primitively formulated in the memorable rle of the first Khalif, evolved out of the interest of the Arab traders, revolutionized the old social idea.
The toilers, either as slaves or as Sudras, were the object of legitimate contempt and exploitation. The peace on earth was of immediate importance, and greater consequence. The historic battle, begun by the nomads of the Arabian Desert, under the religious flag of Islam, was fought step by step through a thousand years on fields scattered over the three continents, to be won finally in Europe under the profane standard of the eighteenth century Enlightenment and Bourgeois Revolution.
The Historical Role Of Islam
Thousands of traders traveled with their Caravans, loaded with precious cargoes, from the remote frontiers of China and India all m.n.rot way to Morocco and Spain. Sohaib Rashid added it Mar 20, But the riches they extract are unequally shared between those who labor and those who possess.
The fo name with which he baptized his creed contradicts the current notion about its aim. The city states of the Ionian Greeks were therefore the birth-places of philosophy. Ziyad marked it as to-read Jul 13, No invader can establish an abiding domination over conquered peoples, except with gole active support or tacit toleration.
Shahid rated it it was amazing Sep 08, Destroy neither fruit trees, nor grains, nor cattle. A must read historical book for those who are interested about social and political history of this planet.
It’s so bad that it reads like a parody throughout. His mind is occupied with the idea of profit. But it contributed to the forging of new ideological instruments which brought about the subsequent social revolution.
The historical role of Islam
Then, the period of conquest was short, as compared to the long era of learning and culture that flourished subsequently under the patronage of the Khalifs as well as of the tributary and independent Empire. The sword of Islam, wielded ostensibly at the service of God, actually contributed to the victory of a new social force—the blossoming of a new intellectual life—which eventually dug the grave of all religions and faiths. Visiting distant lands, getting used to the sight of strange customs.
The main arteries of international trade of the medieval world ran through the countries which embraced Islam and were united in the Saracen Empire. It stands to the credit of Islamic culture to have been instrumental in the promotion of the ideology of a new social revolution.
Roy later moved away from Marxism to become an exponent of the philosophy of radical humanism. The origin of Islam from social, political, economical and Geographical perspective explained by M. All of the book is filled with such illogical statements.
Since then, the military activities of the Arabs were essentially of the nature of current defensive and offensive operations of a far-flung Empire.