Ibn Khaldun

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Ibn Khal·dun

(kăl-do͞on′, KHäl-) 1332-1406.
Arab historian. His Muqaddimah (c. 1375) is an important work on the theory of history.
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It is evident from the above excerpts that both Imam Abu Yusuf and Ibn Khaldun were of the view that a few taxes and lower tax rates coupled with justice would enhance the prosperity of the society because doing justice to people attracts Barakah from Allah.
Ibn Khaldun and Ibn al-Athir say that the governor had Shi'ite inclinations.
Athar Mahboob founded Ibn Khaldun Systems in 2005 and has undertaken more than 100 industrial projects in the financial, manufacturing, services and defense sectors.
Robert Irwin's work on Ibn Khaldun contains a preface and eleven chapters, as well as a chronology of Ibn Khaldun's life.
"My father used to allocate three rooms at home to put the toys he had brought from the Kingdom" adding that when he received the toys shipment ordered by his late father, he sent it to the school where it was distributed among the students at Ibn Khaldun School in Riyadh."
Abd al-Rahman ibn Khaldun, the well known historian and thinker from Muslim 14th-century North Africa, is considered a forerunner of original theories in social sciences and philosophy of history, as well as the author of original views in economics, prefiguring modern contributions.
Ibn Khaldun's bibliography is huge, and books about him are constantly published.
The founder of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies in Cairo boarded an Egyptian airliner and arrived at Cairo International Airport on Friday.
(TAP) -- Tunisia's initiative, presented by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, recommending the inclusion of the Muqaddimah of Ibn Khaldun (or Ibn Khaldun's Prolegomena) in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register was adopted by the Standing Committee for Culture at its meeting on November 30 in Casablanca, Morocco.
As a testament to the museum's global focus, American conceptual artist Jenny Holzer has engraved three monumental marble walls with text drawn from Arab historian Ibn Khaldun, a Mesopotamian tablet, and the French Renaissance philosopher Montaigne, while a collaboration between the United Arab Emirates and France is providing loansfrom 13 leading institutions: the Musee d'Orsay, Centre Pompidou, and Bibliotheque Nationale, among others.
Samina Awan said that the Ibn Khaldun is an inspiration for the younger generation to be inquisitive and aspire for higher learning.