Jouhadi al-Houssain al-Ba`Amrani

(1942- )
   A writer, Islamic studies scholar, and former high school history teacher, Jouhadi was born in Casablanca, Morocco. He is a member of the Aït Ba`amran tribe in southwestern Morocco. As a youth, he attended Islamic seminaries in his native land, where he learned the art of Qur'an qira'at, or interpretations, and was exposed to the sciences of Islamic studies. Afterward, he earned bachelor's degree in history. He published several articles on the history of Sous and contributed entries to the Ma`lamat al-Maghrib (Encyclopedia of Morocco). He also hosted a radio show on religious affairs in Berber. His works include Tagharast n Ureqqas n Rebbi (The Path of Allah's Messenger, the Prophet of Islam, Mohammed, 1995), a collection of Berber poems titled Timatarin (Symbols, 1997), and tarjamat ma`ani al Qur'an bi-llugha al-amazighiya (Translation of the Meanings of the Qur'an in the Tamazight Language, 2003). Jouhadi writes Berber in Arabic script, a tradition that harks back to the times of Barghwata and Ibn Tumart.

Historical Dictionary of the Berbers (Imazighen) . . 2014.

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  • HISTORY bibliography — General ■ Abun Nasr, Jamil M. History of the Maghrib. 2nd rev. ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975. ■ Ajayi, J. F. A, and Michael Crowder. History of West Africa. 2 vols. London: Longman Group, 1971, 1974. ■ Akkache, A. Tacfarinas.… …   Historical dictionary of the berbers (Imazighen)

  • Literature —    This is a very significant aspect of Berber culture and heritage. Poets of all sorts would recite histories and cultural traditions, and this oral stock was and is the basis of much of the Berber literature, which has been written largely in… …   Historical dictionary of the berbers (Imazighen)

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