Hikayat Raja-raja Pasai

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Hikayat Raja-raja Pasai (Chronicle of the Kings of Pasai) is perhaps the earliest work in Malay on the first Malay-Muslim kingdom of Samudera-Pasai. In the story, Merah Silu met Muhammad in his dream and accepted conversion to Islam. The book is believed to be a creation of 14th century, according to Dr. Russell Jones.[citation needed]

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External links

  • Dispersing God's shadows - Reflections on the translation of Arabic political concepts into Malay and Indonesian

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