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The twenty principles of islamic understanding according to Hassan Al-Bannā, Comparison of the titles of two books (from editions Chama and editions Mediacom, France, 2004)

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This appendix compares the titles of the twenty principles of Islamic understanding according to Hassan Al-BannĀ. It presents two French editions dating from 2004 published respectively by éditions Chama and Mediacom [Al-Banna, 2004; Al- Banna, 2004a]. The author uses these French publications rather than the original Arab, as when focussing on the headings that resume these principles the issues seem much more explicit. On the other hand it's interesting to note the margin for manoeuvre demonstrated by these contemporary translations, notably the Mediacom version which is less literal than the Chama publication.

Keywords: Hassan Al-BannĀ; Islam



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