webislam

Lunes 25 Mayo 2020 | Al-Iznain 02 Shawwal 1441
2130 usuarios en linea | Español · English · عربي

WebIslam.com

» Vídeos

?idv=1925

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

03/11/2009
  • 16me gusta o estoy de acuerdo
  • Compartir en meneame
  • Compartir en facebook
  • Descargar PDF
  • Imprimir
  • Envia a un amigo
  • Estadisticas de la publicación

El gran viaje de Ibn Batuta, de Tanger a la Meca (1 de 7) | Duración: 00:10:41 | Idioma: Inglés
ibn_battuta
ibn_battuta

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 in islam it is forbidden to carry out any forms of magic whether black or light also worshipping of graves is prohibited but these subjects are yet unexplored or dont have enough evidence for or against.



Anuncios



play
play
play
play
play
play
play
play

 

 

Junta Islámica
https://www.webislam.co/videos/58304-el_gran_viaje_de_ibn_batuta_de_tanger_a_la_meca_1_de_7.html