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Mustafa al- Maraghi

(d. 1945)

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al- Azhar

al- Azhar  

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Founded in 969/970, this Cairene university may have been named for the prophet Muhammad's daughter Fatimah “al-Zahra” (the brilliant), the eponymous ancestor of the Fatimids, founder of Cairo. ...
Marāghī, Muṣṭafā al-

Marāghī, Muṣṭafā al-   Reference library

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Muṣṭafā al-Marāghī (1881–1945), was an Egyptian reformist and rector of al-Azhar (1928–1929 and 1935–1945). Shaykh Muṣṭafā

Maraghi, Mustafa al-

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(d. 1945)

Egyptian modernist reformer and rector of al-Azhar. Called for social, legal, and educational reforms. Pursued an aggressive

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