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  • noun an Ismaili caliph of Egypt who declared himself an incarnation of God and founded the Druze religious sect (985-1021)


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  • January 27, 2008 at 01:09 AM dear leila, the contradiction that you pose when you write about al-hakim "the doctor" or "the sage", george habash's nom de guerre, is that you seem to be in agreement with the vision of the society that he wanted to help create, but with all due respect, you don't fully recognize how to go about creating it.

    George Habash

  • Carusi, P. (2000) “Il trattato alchemico Rutbat al-hakim.

    Influence of Arabic and Islamic Philosophy on Judaic Thought


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