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El gran viaje de Ibn Batuta, de Tanger a la Meca (7 de 7)

Vídeos - 03/11/2009

In an effort to change the Wests monolithic view of Islam, Tim Mackintosh-Smith follows in the footsteps of 14th Century Moroccan scholar Ibn Battutah, who covered 75,000 miles, 40 countries and three continents in a 30-year odyssey. He explores the place of Islam in Hindu-dominated India and also China, and tells the story of the Islamic trade empire of the 14th century


El gran viaje de Ibn Batuta, de Tanger a la Meca (6 de 7)

Vídeos - 03/11/2009

In an effort to change the Wests monolithic view of Islam, Tim Mackintosh-Smith follows in the footsteps of 14th Century Moroccan scholar Ibn Battutah, who covered 75,000 miles, 40 countries and three continents in a 30-year odyssey. He explores the place of Islam in Hindu-dominated India and also China, and tells the story of the Islamic trade empire of the 14th century


El gran viaje de Ibn Batuta, de Tanger a la Meca (5 de 7)

Vídeos - 03/11/2009

In an effort to change the Wests monolithic view of Islam, Tim Mackintosh-Smith follows in the footsteps of 14th Century Moroccan scholar Ibn Battutah, who covered 75,000 miles, 40 countries and three continents in a 30-year odyssey. He explores the place of Islam in Hindu-dominated India and also China, and tells the story of the Islam


El gran viaje de Ibn Batuta, de Tanger a la Meca (4 de 7)

Vídeos - 03/11/2009

In an effort to change the Wests monolithic view of Islam, Tim Mackintosh-Smith follows in the footsteps of 14th Century Moroccan scholar Ibn Battutah, who covered 75,000 miles, 40 countries and three continents in a 30-year odyssey. He explores the place of Islam in Hindu-dominated India and also China, and tells the story of the Islamic trade empire of the 14th century


El gran viaje de Ibn Batuta, de Tanger a la Meca (3 de 7)

Vídeos - 03/11/2009

In an effort to change the Wests monolithic view of Islam, Tim Mackintosh-Smith follows in the footsteps of 14th Century Moroccan scholar Ibn Battutah, who covered 75,000 miles, 40 countries and three continents in a 30-year odyssey. He explores the place of Islam in Hindu-dominated India and also China, and tells the story of the Islamic trade empire of the 14th century  


El gran viaje de Ibn Batuta, de Tanger a la Meca (2 de 7)

Vídeos - 03/11/2009

A brief summary whats going on at the beggining the presenter goes to sinop a part of turkey which is close to the old excomunist bloc of europe he asks locals can he travel to the ukraine from turkey in present day all of them refuse the jounrye of ibn battuta in his days would have nio interenational lines chapter 2 the presenter goes to meets some muslims from ukraine who were deported by the communist regime for "collabarating" with the nazis chapter 3 constantinople the blue m


El gran viaje de Ibn Batuta, de Tanger a la Meca (1 de 7)

Vídeos - 03/11/2009

Magicians and Mystics. In an effort to smash the Wests monolithic view of Islam, Tim Mackintosh-Smith follows in the footsteps of 14th Century Moroccan scholar Ibn Battutah, who covered 75,000 miles, 40 countries and three continents in a 30-year odyssey. In Turkey, Tim watches an illegal whirling dervish ceremony, and in the Taurus mountains he meets the last of the Turkoman nomads. He chats to Tatars in Crimea, while in Delhi he watches a Muslim magician performing the Indian rope trick. BTW


El gran viaje de Ibn Battuta: de Tánger a la Meca

Vídeos - 25/10/2009

Journey to Mecca tells the story of Ibn Battuta, (played by Chems Eddine Zinoun) a young scholar, who leaves Tangier in 1325 on an epic and perilous journey, travelling alone from his home in Morocco to reach Mecca, some 3,000 miles to the east. Ibn Battuta is besieged by countless obstacles as he makes his way across the North African desert to Mecca. Along the route he meets an unlikely stranger, the Highwayman (played by Hassam Ghancy) who becomes his paid protector and eventual friend. Duri


Ibn Battuta: el tangerino que abrazó el horizonte

Artículos - 01/10/2005

Ibn Battuta (1304-entre 1368 y 1377) figura desde siempre en la nómina de galácticos del mundo musulmán. Su crónica viajera, Rihla (Regalo de curiosos sobre peregrinas cosas de ciudades y viajes maravillosos), supone el más alto exponente del género en una cultura en gran medida en el contacto y ósmosis con gentes y paisajes absolutamente dispares. Además de la reverencia que le otorga el mundo islámico como héroe, aventurero y sabio.


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