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Introduction to Special Focus

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During the 20th century, there have been numerous scholarly attempts in studying, analyzing and even to some extent, criticizing the issues pertaining to the contacts, impacts and relations between the Muslim world and the West. However, when dealing with these issues, the geography should not be limited to the Muslim world and the West, Europe in particular, but it should cover both Europe and Asia taken together where the earliest civilizations took place and by the 7th century, Islamic civilization flourished in the center of domain civilizations. With a wider and more positive look, the four articles by the academicians, (namely Danial M. Yosuf, Ali Çaksu, Anke Iman Bouzenita and Mesut Idriz), selected to be featured in this edition will contribute not only to this field of study but also avoid or remove the barriers and concentrate on the bridges between the Islamic world and the Eurasia. All the articles are original works and published for the first time in this volume The focus of this special edition is on the paradoxes between the Islamic and Eurasian worlds.

Affiliations: 1: Dept. of History & Civilization, IIUM, Kuala Lumpur


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