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About the use of "arabs" instead of "bedouins". If there is a point at the end of the article that states that most scholars think that Ibn Khaldun actually meant "Bedouins" when he used the word "Arabs", why keep using "arabs" instead of the right meaning "bedouins".

About the use of "arabs" instead of "bedouins".Edit

About the use of "arabs" instead of "bedouins". If there is a point at the end of the article that states that most scholars think that Ibn Khaldun actually meant "Bedouins" when he used the word "Arabs", why keep using "arabs" instead of the right meaning "bedouins".

What did ibn khaldoun write aboutEdit

Ibn Khaldūn has often been referred to as a Polymath, but even so there are few examples of his writings. One such is “al-Kitabu Libar” or his ‘History of the World.’ Other works of his are referred to within other works (by other people) and include such as:

“A commentary on the Islamic Theology of Fakhr al-Din al-Razi.”

A work on Sufism “Sifa’u l-Sail”.

Another is a work on logic, “allaqa lil-Sultan”

The point to keep in mind that in his day and time he was an individual who studied and researched in many disciplines and it is logical to assume that he wrote on most of them, if not all—This unsigned comment is by 197.7.7.164 (talkcontribs) .

Last modified on 16 October 2013, at 17:16