The 17th Century Travelogues of Ahmad bin Qasim
and Ilyas Hanna al-Mawsuli
In the 17th Century, Christianity had commenced to spread beyond the borders of Europe. With all the Spanish conquest and Christianization in the " new world " (Latin America), the pass on of Christianity had reached all all over the world. In 1611, a The spanish language Muslim known as Ahmad rubbish bin Qasim, left for England and The netherlands as a Moroccan ambassador. He recorded his theological and intellectual talks with the persons he experienced in superb detail. With his deep understanding of the holy bible he was capable of use reasoning, rather than demonizing his comparable version in these connections. Ilyas Hanna al-Mawsuli was obviously a Chaldean Christian priest by Baghdad, who was able to gain a charter to the " new world " from the Spaniards. He was a cleric-merchant, whom in his travelogue placed emphasis on both the raising stretches of Christian terrain and was keenly aware of financial issues. Ahmad trash can Qasim and Ilays Hanna al-Mawsuli equally traveled substantially, from The european countries to Latin America, and wrote accounts reflecting their particular differing intentions, emphasis and encounters with their travels through these Christian Lands.
Ahmad bin Qasim was a Muslim born in Andalucia Italy, in the year 1569. A " New ChristianвЂќ or come to be the faith, he implemented the Christian practices yet secretly remained true to his Islamic hope. (Matar 6). He had a powerful command for both Arabic and The spanish language, but each time in Spain where knowledge of Persia was an offense, where and which one could possibly be burned on the stake (Matar 6). When this was found out by The spanish language ecclesiastical government bodies, fearing his safety Qasim fled to " God and the property of IslamвЂќ, Morocco (Matar 7). There, he became the official ubersetzungsprogramm for Mulay Zaidan, for any mission to France plus the Netherlands (due to his command of both Spanish and Arabic), where he could begin the account of his travels. The majority of his writings have concerns with his listenings between himself and the Christians...