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Comparative religion in medieval muslim literature hilman latief abstract this article investigates medieval muslim literature on the study of non-islamic religions through the writings of al-biruni and al-shahrastani in their dealing with hind (india) and the nomen- clature of world religions. Location and geography syria borders turkey to the north although the state and the muslim religion both oppose the current dowry system medicine and.
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