sharīʿah or šarīʿah

In the Quran, šarīʿah and its cognate širʿah occur once each, with the meaning “way” or “path”. The word šarīʿah was … More

Radhanites

The Radhanites (also Radanites, Arabic الرذنية ar-Raðaniyya; Hebrew sing. רדהני Radhani, pl. רדהנים Radhanim) were medieval Jewish merchants. Only a … More

Mizraim

Mizraim is the Hebrew and Aramaic name for the land of Egypt, with the dual suffix -āyim, perhaps referring to … More

Africans and the Bible

Judaism is the African way of life. Judaism was the religion developed in Africa by African people. It was adopted … More

Haavara Agreement

The Trust and Transfer Office “Haavara” Ltd. places at the disposal of the Banks in Palestine amounts in Reichmarks which … More

Akhenaten / Moses

Akhenaten is the most mysterious and most interesting of all ancient Egyptian pharaohs. He created a revolution in religion, philosophy … More

Amenhotep II

Few disciplines related to Biblical inerrancy are scrutinized more intensely than historicity. Accordingly, questioning the Bible’s historicity is nothing new … More

Mnevis bull

Mnevis is the hellenized name of an ancient Egyptian bull god which had its centre of worship at Heliopolis, and … More

Memphite Apis bull

In Egyptian mythology, Apis or Hapis is a sacred bull worshipped in the Memphis region. Identified as the son of Hathor, … More

Ra

Ra or Re is the ancient Egyptian sun god. By the Fifth Dynasty in the 25th and 24th centuries bc, he had … More