Les Dawoodi (Dâ’ûd) Bohras (Arabe: داؤدی بوہرہ, Hindi: दवूदि बोह्रस) forment une branche des Chiites Ismaéliens bohras (ou Tayyibi) issue de la scission en 1592 avec les Sulaymani Bohra, concentrés au Yémen. Les Daudi ou Dawoodi Bohras en forment la branche la plus importante basée en Inde. Ce mouvement a été nommé d'après leur 27e Da'i, Syedna Daud ibn Qutubshah.

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  • Les Dawoodi (Dâ’ûd) Bohras (Arabe: داؤدی بوہرہ, Hindi: दवूदि बोह्रस) forment une branche des Chiites Ismaéliens bohras (ou Tayyibi) issue de la scission en 1592 avec les Sulaymani Bohra, concentrés au Yémen. Les Daudi ou Dawoodi Bohras en forment la branche la plus importante basée en Inde. Ce mouvement a été nommé d'après leur 27e Da'i, Syedna Daud ibn Qutubshah.
  • Dawoodi (daudi lub bohrowie dawooodi) (arab.: داؤدی بوہرہ) są główną gałęzią bohrów. Ich 52 da'iem jest Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin. Zamieszkują głównie Indie. Znani są z prowadzenia drobnego i średniego handlu oraz prowadzenia licznych placówek oświatowych. W latach 80' oddzieliła się od nich liberalna grupa, która przyjęła nazwę Postępowych Bohrów Dawoodi. Wyznanie liczy ok 1,2 miliona członków (2010)[potrzebne źródło].
  • Dawudi Bohra (urduz: داؤدی بوہرہ‎) Xiismoaren azpi-sekta bat da. Dawudi Bohraren sinismenen jatorria Yemenen aurki daitezke, non Fatimitar Kaliferritik garatu zen. Bertan jazarpena izan zuten, Sunnismoarekin eta Zaidiyyahrekin zituzten ezberdintasunak zirela eta. 1530a aldera euren Dawata Indian kokatu zuten. Bohra hitza gujaratieratik dator, vehru hitzatik. Esanahia salerosketa da, eta egiten zuten lanari erreferentzia egiten dio. Dawudi hitzak Dawud Bin Qutubshahren jarraitzaileak zirelako ematen zaio, Tayyibi sektaren haustura ekarri zuen liderra. Euren buruzagi izpirituala Dāʿī l-Muṭlaq da (arabieraz: داعي المطلق‎ "Mugarik gabeko Misiolaria"). 52. Dai al-Mutlaqaren heriotzak gatazka ekarri du. Batzuek Mufaddal Saifuddin jarraitzen dute eta beste batzuek anaia.Dawudi Bohraren kulturan nahasketa handia dago, Yemen, Egipto, Afrika eta Indiako. Bizi diren lekuetako hizkuntza ofizialez gain, euren hizkuntza dute, Lisānu d-Dā‘wat izenekoa, pertsiar-arabiar idazkera erabiltzen duena eta urdu, gujaratiera eta persieratik eratortzen dena. Proiektu filantropiko asko garatzen dituzte munduan zehar. Komunitate txikia dira, milioi bat inguru mundu osoan, gehienak Indian. Asko Karatxin bizi dira eta diaspora dago mundu osoan zehar.
  • I Dāwūdī Bohorā (Urdu داؤدی بوہرہ; arabo: بهرة داودية ‎) costituiscono una setta dello Sciismo ismailita islamico. Mentre i Dawudi Bohra sono basati in India, la loro fede si sviluppò originariamente in Yemen, dove si articolò a partire dall'esperienza dell'Ismailismo fatimide, subendo in seguito persecuzioni a causa delle differenze col sistema sunnita che portarono la comunità a cercare rifugio in India.Dopo l'Occultamento (ghayba ) del loro 21º Imam, Tayyib, la comunità si affidò ai Dāʿī, rappresentanti dell'Imam nascosto, e questo sistema dura tuttora. La stessa parola Bohorā deriva dalla parola gujarati vehwahar ("commerciante"), mentre il termine Dāwūdī si riferisce al sostegno accordato a Dawud Bin Qutubshah nella disputa del 1592 che divise ulteriormente la setta dei Tayyibiti, creando i Dāwūdī Bohorā.I fedeli sono circa 1 milione in tutto il mondo, la maggioranza dei quali risiede in India. Vi è anche una cospicua minoranza a Karachi, nel Sindh (Pakistan), molti dei quali originariamente rifugiati in seguito alla cruenta separazione nel 1947 tra India e Pakistan, successiva all'indipendenza del sub-continente dal Raj britannico. Vivendo all'interno della maggioranza islamica pakistana, la comunità dei Bohorā è stata profondamente influenzata dal prevalente Sunnismo. Esiste anche una significativa diaspora in Paesi del Vicino e Medio Oriente, in Europa, in Nordamerica e nell'Estremo Oriente.I Dāwūdī Bohorā, oltre alle lingue dei Paesi in cui essi risiedono, hanno un loro proprio linguaggio, definito Lisān al-Dāʿwa ("lingua della Dāʿwa") che è scritto in Medio-Persiano (il persiano d'età sasanide), con contributi dell'Urdu, del Gujarati e del moderno Farsi. La comunità Dāwūdī Bohorā è nota per i suoi vari progetti filantropici (costruzione di ospedali, scuole e restauro di importanti monumenti architettonici musulmani, sunniti e sciiti.Il leader spirituale della comunità è il Dāʿī l-Muṭlaq (arabo: داعي المطلق‎ "Propagandista occulto"). Attualmente è Mohammed Burhanuddin. Il Dāʿī costituisce il rappresentante terreno dell'"Imam nascosto".
  • Die Dawudi Bohras oder Dawuditen (Da'udiyya) sind ismailitische Muslime. Sie sind Anhänger eines Sub-Zweiges der Tayyibi-Ismailiten. Die Tayyibiten sind einer der beiden Zweige der Musta'li-Ismailiten, wobei der andere Zweig der der Hafiziten ist. Die größte Musta'liten-Gruppe ist die der Bohras, von denen die vor allem in Indien anzutreffende Gruppe der Dawudi Bohras die größte ist. Der höchste religiöse Würdenträger ist der Dā'ī al-Mutlaq (arabisch ‏الداعي المطلق‎), bis Anfang 2014 war dies der 52. Dā'ī al-Mutlaq Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin. Sein Nachfolger ist der 53. Dā'ī al-Mutlaq Mufaddal Saifuddin (geb. 1946). Uneinigkeit über die Identität des 19. Imams spaltete die Ismailis: die Bohras glaubten, dass al-Mustali (gest. 1101) zum 19. Imam bestimmt wäre, während die Nizari-Ismailiten glaubten, dies wäre dessen älterer Bruder, Nizār (gest. 1095). Im Jahr 1132 trat der 21. Imam der Linie der Musta'li-Tayyibi-Ismailiten, Abū l-Qāsim aṭ-Ṭayyib, in die Verborgenheit ein. Diese Reihe der Imame setzt sich im geheimen bis heute fort. Seit al-Tayyibi's Verborgenheit wurde die Gemeinschaft von einer Reihe von dā'ī-Oberhäuptern (religiöse Propagandisten, Missionare) geführt; diese Führer besitzen den Titel dā'ī al-Mutlaq.
  • Davudî İsmailîlik veya Davudî İsmailîyye, Nizarî İsmailîlik'ten sonraki en yaygın İsmailiyye koludur. Kökeni birçok ayrışmaya dayanmaktadır. 1094 yılında Fâtımî Hâlifesi ve sultanı Ebû Tamîm Ma’add el-Mûstensir bil-Lâh'ın ölümünün ardından halef oğul Nizâr'ın yerine yerine daha küçük olan ʿAhmed el-Mustâ‘lî vezir El-Melik el-Efdâl ibn Bedr el-Cemâli Şehenşâh tarafından tahta geçirilmiş ve imâm olarak ilân edilmiştir. Nizâr el-Mustafâ'nın taraftarları Nizarî İsmâilîyye'yi oluşturarak ayrılırken, daha sonraları ʿAhmed el-Mustâ‘lî'nin taraftarları sayılan Mustâlîlik kolu ise yine bir taht karmaşası sonucu Hafızîler ve Tâyyibîler olarak ikiye ayrılmıştır. Daha sonra Tâyyibî kolu tekrar ayrışmaya sahne olmuş Davudî ve Süleymanî olarak ikiye ayrılmış, Davudî İsmailîlik de böylece doğmuştur. Günümüzde bu Fâtımî-Tâyyibî-Davûdîlik dâvet hareketinin başında elli ikinci Dâ'î el-Mutlak olan "Muhammed Burhan’ûd-Dîn" bulunmaktadır.
  • Dawoodi Bohra ( Urdu: داؤدی بوہرہ‎, also spelled Daudi Bohra) are a sub-sect of Shia Islam. The Dawoodi Bohra trace their belief system back to Yemen, where it evolved from the Fatimid Caliphate and where they were persecuted due to their differences from mainstream Sunni Islam and Zaydi Shia Islam. Around 1530 CE, the Dawat was relocated to India. The word Bohra itself comes from the Gujarati word vehru ("trade") in reference to their traditional profession, while the term Dawoodi refers to their support for Dawood Bin Qutubshah in the 1592 leadership dispute which divided the Tayyibi sect, creating the Dawoodi Bohra.The spiritual leader of the Dawoodi Bohra community is called Da'i al-Mutlaq (Arabic: داعي المطلق‎), which serves as the representative of the Imam. The role of Da'i was created by Queen Arwa bint Ahmed (also known as Al-Hurra Al-Malika) of Yemen. It was initially created as a subordinate role to support other roles as such Hujja, Dai-ad-Du'at and Dai Balagh. Following the hiding of 21st Imam Al-Tayyeb and unavailability of the successor, Queen appointed Syedna Zueb bin Musa as the first Dai-al-Mutlaq to rule the whole D'awa.Mohammed Burhanuddin (6 March 1915 – 17 January 2014) was the last and 52nd Dā‘ī l-Muṭlaq. The succession of Da'i al-Mutlaq is disputed between his son Mufaddal Saifuddin and his half-brother Khuzaima Qutbuddin. It is said that, Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin had declared his son Muffadal Saifuddin as his successor in the London in 2011. While Khuzaima Qutbuddin, Burhanuddin's half-brother claimed that his half-brother appointed him heir around 50 years ago while conferring on him the title of 'mazoon' and also published a public notice on his website declaring the same.The title of Syedna is not always hereditary, every Syedna declares his own heir. Saifuddin, if dispute resolved, will be the third generation Dai from the same family, is a grandson of Syedna Taher Saifuddin, the 51st Da'i who died in 1965.Dawoodi Bohras have a blend of cultures, including Yemeni, Egyptian, African and Indian. In addition to the local languages, the Dawoodi Bohras have their own language called Lisānu d-Dā‘wat ("language of the Dā‘wat") which is written in Perso-Arabic script and is derived from Urdu, Gujarati and Persian. The Dawoodi Bohra community is known worldwide for their various projects, including philanthropic efforts, hospitals, schools, and renovations and restorations of Islamic and Shi'a Islamic landmarks. They have a very small, tight-knit community made up of approximately one million adherents worldwide, with the majority of adherents residing in India. There is also a large community in Karachi, as well as a significant diaspora population in Europe, North America, the Far East and East Africa.
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  • Les Dawoodi (Dâ’ûd) Bohras (Arabe: داؤدی بوہرہ, Hindi: दवूदि बोह्रस) forment une branche des Chiites Ismaéliens bohras (ou Tayyibi) issue de la scission en 1592 avec les Sulaymani Bohra, concentrés au Yémen. Les Daudi ou Dawoodi Bohras en forment la branche la plus importante basée en Inde. Ce mouvement a été nommé d'après leur 27e Da'i, Syedna Daud ibn Qutubshah.
  • Dawoodi (daudi lub bohrowie dawooodi) (arab.: داؤدی بوہرہ) są główną gałęzią bohrów. Ich 52 da'iem jest Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin. Zamieszkują głównie Indie. Znani są z prowadzenia drobnego i średniego handlu oraz prowadzenia licznych placówek oświatowych. W latach 80' oddzieliła się od nich liberalna grupa, która przyjęła nazwę Postępowych Bohrów Dawoodi. Wyznanie liczy ok 1,2 miliona członków (2010)[potrzebne źródło].
  • Davudî İsmailîlik veya Davudî İsmailîyye, Nizarî İsmailîlik'ten sonraki en yaygın İsmailiyye koludur. Kökeni birçok ayrışmaya dayanmaktadır. 1094 yılında Fâtımî Hâlifesi ve sultanı Ebû Tamîm Ma’add el-Mûstensir bil-Lâh'ın ölümünün ardından halef oğul Nizâr'ın yerine yerine daha küçük olan ʿAhmed el-Mustâ‘lî vezir El-Melik el-Efdâl ibn Bedr el-Cemâli Şehenşâh tarafından tahta geçirilmiş ve imâm olarak ilân edilmiştir.
  • Die Dawudi Bohras oder Dawuditen (Da'udiyya) sind ismailitische Muslime. Sie sind Anhänger eines Sub-Zweiges der Tayyibi-Ismailiten. Die Tayyibiten sind einer der beiden Zweige der Musta'li-Ismailiten, wobei der andere Zweig der der Hafiziten ist. Die größte Musta'liten-Gruppe ist die der Bohras, von denen die vor allem in Indien anzutreffende Gruppe der Dawudi Bohras die größte ist.
  • Dawudi Bohra (urduz: داؤدی بوہرہ‎) Xiismoaren azpi-sekta bat da. Dawudi Bohraren sinismenen jatorria Yemenen aurki daitezke, non Fatimitar Kaliferritik garatu zen. Bertan jazarpena izan zuten, Sunnismoarekin eta Zaidiyyahrekin zituzten ezberdintasunak zirela eta. 1530a aldera euren Dawata Indian kokatu zuten. Bohra hitza gujaratieratik dator, vehru hitzatik. Esanahia salerosketa da, eta egiten zuten lanari erreferentzia egiten dio.
  • Dawoodi Bohra ( Urdu: داؤدی بوہرہ‎, also spelled Daudi Bohra) are a sub-sect of Shia Islam. The Dawoodi Bohra trace their belief system back to Yemen, where it evolved from the Fatimid Caliphate and where they were persecuted due to their differences from mainstream Sunni Islam and Zaydi Shia Islam. Around 1530 CE, the Dawat was relocated to India.
  • I Dāwūdī Bohorā (Urdu داؤدی بوہرہ; arabo: بهرة داودية ‎) costituiscono una setta dello Sciismo ismailita islamico.
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