HAMDAN KHODJA PDF

He said our people have been using a broom with a short handle for N years and nobody thought of using a long handle. At many occasions, he said the Muslims are usually either too optimistic or too pessimistic when all we need to get the correct analysis is to be fair, honest and fearless of seeing our bad sides. Biography Khodja was born in Algiers, Algeria, in to a family of Turkish origin belonging to the high administration of the regency. Hamdan Khodja shares his perspective on the French invasion and tries to explain the causes of its success.

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Arashikus At many occasions, he said the Muslims are usually either too optimistic or too pessimistic when all we need to get the correct analysis is to be fair, honest and khodjs of seeing our bad sides. Having said this, Bennabi reacted to his environment with people complaining all the time and protesting to get their rights very similar to our current situation.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Yes indeed I understand what you mean, …the people were divided in a tribal like social system and devoted to the marabou worshiping… compared to what was happening in Europe, at that time, our people seemed to be sleeping… drifting away from the world civilization flow, but still when you khdoja the book people are portrayed as honourable people who had a code of honour who lived peacefully in their land and that was enough for them.

Some rumours say Haedo never lived in Algiers and his books relate the facts other captives shared with him. They also respected and protected the Kabyle and Arab shrines. These people being the Turksthe Kouloughlisthe Moors and also the Kabyles and Arabs who settled in the cities and adopted their customs. Were we colonized because we were not enough strong to defend ourselves?

They noticed that both the Kabyles and Arabs had hqmdan sort of adoration for their Maraboutsso they honoured them and gave them money. He mentioned the several Jamdan who got appointed then assassinated by the Janissaries. But regardless, the book gives valuable information even though Christian Haedo displays a certain disdain of the Khldja inhabitants of the Regency. This site uses cookies. And the fourth point is treated in many pages reserved to Marshal Clauzel accusing him of several wrongdoings.

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Hamdan Khodja shares his perspective on the French invasion and tries to hamdwn the causes of its success. Book review: The Mirror Which brings me to an important point: Bennabi once yamdan an interesting example: This reminds me of how the French gave importance to some Marabouts and zawiyasand also how the Algerian government is doing the same today. You are commenting using your Twitter account. I liked the first part of the book. Hamdan explains that the population paid taxes to the government in exchange for security and protection.

His father was a Turkish scholar, an alim and also the defterdar of the deylik. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here As much as we should work on our colonisability, the Europeans should work on their colonisity.

Hamdan ben Othman Khodja was an Algerian dignitary and scholar. Have you read the arabic version? Then a chapter comes on the decadence of the government. In the first part, Hamdan Khodja describes the different populations living in the Regency. On the other hand, the people who live in the cities such as Algiers are more sophisticated, richer hkodja more knowledgeable. Notify me of new posts via email. The second way is more respectable, the Turks spread justice and impartiality this unfortunately is an aspect forgotten by the Algerian government.

He talked of the massacres perpetrated by the French army in hamdann places in Algeria and he gave the example of Blida. Khodja was born in Algiers, Algeria, in to a family of Turkish origin belonging to the high administration of the regency. It tells us how our forbears were…honorable, and brave people. As to your comment, I think Bennabi became famous for his colonisability concept because he was the first to introduce it in this very accurate manner, but his analysis was more global.

Last, I disagree when you say the white Europeans are the only to blame for what happened to the Native Americans. At the beginning I was thinking it was a way to trick them by recalling the best in their civilisation, but the more I read and hqmdan more I became convinced that he really believed the French would act as honourable men. TOP 10 Related.

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Hamdan Khodja

Arashikus At many occasions, he said the Muslims are usually either too optimistic or too pessimistic when all we need to get the correct analysis is to be fair, honest and khodjs of seeing our bad sides. Having said this, Bennabi reacted to his environment with people complaining all the time and protesting to get their rights very similar to our current situation. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Yes indeed I understand what you mean, …the people were divided in a tribal like social system and devoted to the marabou worshiping… compared to what was happening in Europe, at that time, our people seemed to be sleeping… drifting away from the world civilization flow, but still when you khdoja the book people are portrayed as honourable people who had a code of honour who lived peacefully in their land and that was enough for them. Some rumours say Haedo never lived in Algiers and his books relate the facts other captives shared with him.

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HAMDAN KHODJA PDF

As to your comment, I think Bennabi became famous for his colonisability concept because he was the first to introduce it in this very accurate manner, but his analysis was more global. Stagnation on our side and movement on theirs. His father was a Turkish scholar, an alim and also the defterdar of the deylik. Instead, they thought they were superior and decided therefore to colonise the less developed inferior ones. Even when Muslim hamdsn conquered other countries, it was never because they felt they were superior.

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