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The Naqshbandiyya is one of the most widespread and influential Sufi orders in the Muslim world. Having its origins in the Great Masters tradition of Central Asia almost a millennium ago, it played a significant role in the pre-modern history of the Indian subcontinent and the Ottoman Empire, and is still spreading today. This volume seeks to present a broad picture of the evolution of the ideas and organizational forms of the Naqshbandi order throughout its history. It combines a synthesis of the vast literature on the order with original research, and shall be an important contribution for those interested in Sufism, Islamic history and Muslim-Christian relations.
What if You Could Make Your Own Protein Bars at Home? Protein Bars are becoming more and more popular and for good reason. They are a healthy convenient snack. They give athletes added protein for building muscle and also great for anyone who wants quick energy or to balance blood sugar. Seems like there are hundreds of choices for buying protein bars in the store, but when you start reading the labels, you may find too much sugar or other ingredients that you would prefer not to eat. Not to mention ingredients that you can't pronounce or that you can't identify as being real food. Did you know that there are a few simple recipes for making your own protein bars at home? And some of them are no bake recipes and also recipes that you can put together in as little as 15 minutes. Inside you will find Facts and Benefits of eating Protein Bars and my easy to make healthy protein bar recipe favorites ... ENJOY!!
The detailed study of a rare Neo-Aramaic variety from north-eastern Iraq offered by Lidia Napiorkowska in A Grammar of the Christian Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Diyana-Zariwaw is a contribution to the documentation of the endangered world of spoken Aramaic. The comparative and contact-sensitive approach of the monograph situates the dialect of Diyana-Zariwaw in a wider context of Semitic languages on the one hand, and of the local varieties of Iraqi Kurdistan on the other. Next to a systematic account of phonology and morphology, the book covers a range of syntactic features and is accompanied by a corpus of translated texts and a glossary, arranged according to the Aramaic, as well as English entries.
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