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Tawfīq, Aḥmad, 1943-


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    • Toufiq, Ahmed, 1943-
    • احمد التوفيق, 1943-
    • توفيق، أحمد, 1943-
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        19430622
    • Birth Place

        Marigha, Morocco
    • Gender

        male
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    • found: His Musāhamah fī dirāsat al-mujtamaʻ al-Maghribī fī al-qarn al-tāsiʻ ʻashar, 1978- :v. 1, t.p. (Aḥmad al-Tawfīq)
    • found: Ibn al-Zayyāt, Y. b. Y. al-Tashawwuf ilá rijāl al-taṣawwuf ... 1984:t.p. (Aḥmad al-Tawfīq) p. 4 of cover (Ahmed Toufiq [in rom.])
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 22, 2013:(Ahmad Toufiq; well-known writer and scholar from Morocco; he was born in 1943 in the High Atlas near the city of Marrakech; he presented his PhD in 1979 on the subject of social history in the Moroccan rural areas in the 19th century and worked as a professor of history in the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences in Rabat (1970-1989); he was later appointed director of the Institute of African Studies at the Mohammed V University; in 1995 he became director of the National Library of Morocco; in 1989 he received his first Moroccan Book Prize for his novel “Shajarat Hinna' Wa Qamar” (A Tree of Henna and a Moon); he was appointed as Minister for Islamic Affairs in the government of Morocco in November 2002; he is also a personal advocate of interfaith dialogue and currently sits on the Board of World Religious Leaders for The Elijah Interfaith Institute; works listed)
    • found: Fr.wikipedia, Aug. 22, 2013:(b. June 22, 1943; Marigha, Morocco)
    • found: Moon & henna tree, 2013:t.p. (Ahmed Toufiq [in rom.]) p. 4 of cover (currently MInister of Religious Endowments and Islamic Affairs, Morocco; trained as both a historian and religious scholar; has produced many works on pre-modern Moroccan history and editor of many source texts in religion and history; Abu Musa's women neighbors: a historical novel from Morocco, was the first of his novels to be translated into English)
  • LC Classification

    • PJ7864.A4718
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • [Formerly under undifferentiated name heading: n 80032440]
  • Change Notes

    • 2013-08-22: new
    • 2013-08-27: revised
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