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Journal:   KAVOSHNAMEH   FALL 2008-WINTER 2009 , Volume 9 , Number 17 (SPECIAL ISSUE IN ARABIC LANGUAGE); Page(s) 63 To 92.
 
Paper: 

A STUDY OF NONIYE (AN ODE) BY ABOLBAGHA-E-RONDI

 
 
Author(s):  HASSANLOUIE FATEMEH, REZAEI HAFTADAR GHOLAM ABBAS
 
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Abstract: 
Valiant devoted warriors of Islam entered Andoles (part of today's Spain) in 92 A. H., conquered it and founded the base of Islamic civilization there, but due to selfishness and ambition of commanders and rulers, Muslims were defeated and so were made to abandon their land after having ruled that country for eight centuries. Undoubtedly if leaders and commanders had remained faithful to what is said in verse 46 of chapter 'Enfal' in Holy Koran, now Europe could be Islamic, but alas, power and wealth seekers caused disunity between Muslims to reach their secular transient object of desire. Following this disunity, cities of Andoles were conquered one after another. This caused a number of Muslim poets filled with anguish such as Abolbagha to versify this regrettable incident and shed tears of Muslim's defeat. Abolbagha Rondi (601-648 A.H.) has composed a beautiful elegy of which researchers of the present study have given an account.
 
Keyword(s): ISLAM, ANDOLES, ABOLBAGHA RONDI
 
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