for humanities sciences al qadisiya,
2017, Volume 20, Issue 3, Pages 365-402
AbstractThe impact of Islam on African societies exerted by moving one hand belonging of the tribe and Paganism to patriotism and national identity and developing nation, which contributed to the sustainability of African and Arabic relations have contributed to Arab and African common positions of European colonial movement after the second World War 1939-1945 in Browning in the 1955 Bandung Conference and advocate for Arab (Egypt, Iraq, Morocco and Tunisia) to African liberation issues later primarily (Congo) 1960 , Was her clear impact on African States resolution in 1961 Casablanca Conference and, considering the Zionist entity (a colonial State) and who represented an important shift in the Arabic-African relations March supporting African States for three Arabic countries Egypt and Syria and Jordan, which occupied its territory by Israel in 1967, in condemning that entity, in Belgrade in 1969, Lusaka 1970, New York 1971, Georgetown 1972 because of the non-aligned movement. Down to Algeria Conference 1973unaligned States which resulted in the recognition by African States to the PLO the legitimate representative of the Palestinian people which would like a clear failure of the Zionist entity in containing the African States and to seek their support in his struggle with the Arabs, and that appropriate international support provided to them in their war with Israel in 1973.
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