|Other titles||Jerusalem through the lands of Islam|
|Statement||by Madame Hyacinthe Loyson ; preface by Prince de Polignac|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 325 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||325|
To Jerusalem Through the Lands of Islam, Among Jews, Christians, and Moslems (Classic Reprint) [Emilie Jane Butterfield Meriman Loyson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. It bears witness to the spirit of the early days of Christianity ;it is a revelation of the mysterious link which unites us with the conquered race of I slam. To Jerusalem Through The Lands Of Islam: Among Jews, Christians, And Moslems () by Hyacinthe Loyson () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. To Jerusalem Through the Lands of Islam Among Jews, Christians, and Moslems by Hyacinthe Loyson. The Temple at Jerusalem by Marcus N. Adler. The Book of Adam and Eve, Also Called the Conflict of Adam and Eve With Satan A Book of the Early Eastern Church. Book. To Jerusalem through the Lands of Islam, Among Jews, Christians & Moslems Details Author(s): M. H. Loyson Publisher: Gorgias Press eISBN:
This book stresses the need for unity among the believers of God: Jews, Muslims, and Christians. "We must read it – or rather we must travel with her, for truth guides her pen, as charity has guided her steps."--Prince de Polignac, Colonel of the French Army in Algiers (). To Jerusalem through the lands of Islam, among Jews, Christians, and Moslems Item PreviewPages: The Itinerarium Burdigalense ("Bordeaux Itinerary") — also known as the Itinerarium Hierosolymitanum ("Jerusalem Itinerary") — is the oldest known Christian was written by the "Pilgrim of Bordeaux", an anonymous pilgrim from Burdigala (present-day Bordeaux, France). It recounts the writer's journey to the Holy Land in the years and as he traveled by land through. Islam has three holy sites, Mecca, Medina, and Jerusalem. Jerusalem, known as al-Quds or Bayt al-Maqdis in Arabic, is a holy site for all three Abrahamic faiths, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Because each of these three religions are Abrahamic, they all emphasize monotheism and share a reverence for many of the same Prophets.
For Muslims, Jerusalem was the first Qibla -- the place toward which they turn in prayer. It was many years into the Islamic mission (16 months after the Hijrah), that Muhammad (peace be upon him) was instructed to change the Qibla from Jerusalem to Mecca (Quran ). Get this from a library! To Jerusalem through the lands of Islam: among Jews, Christians, and Moslems. [Emilie Jane Butterfield Meriman Loyson]. Free 2-day shipping. Buy To Jerusalem Through the Lands of Islam, Among Jews, Christians, and Moslems at “Jerusalem: A Religious History” is one of the first books that goes back in history and delves into the religious underpinnings of the Abrahamic religions (Islam, Christianity, and Judaism) for their fervent support of Jerusalem and adjoining territories referred to as the Holy Lands by many.2/5(2).