Volume 10, Numéro 1, Pages 199-208
الكاتب : بلقاسم قرباش .
Islam in England 1571-1700. This article accounts for and analyzes relations between Britain and Islam over a period of about a hundred years. It is attempt to understanding the nature of the early contact between the two civilizations and their repercussion on present times. Turbans were worn in Renaissance England. The Persian and Turkish style fashions were sometimes worn by the higher classes as a form of party or fancy dress. From the end of the seventeenth century, thousands of English, Scottish, welsh, and Irish peoples interacted directly with Muslims in North Africa and Eastland as traders, workers and captives. Before the beginning of the great immigrations to North America in 1620, there were more Britons in North Africa than in North America.
Islam; England; Renaissance; Turkish; Britain
الكناني مصطفى حسن محمد
عبد القادر فكاير