Children, Ally Sykes, Abdulwahid Sykes, Abbas Sykes. Kleist Sykes (– ) was a Tanganyikan political activist. He helped form the Tanganyika. The Life and Times of Abdulwahid Sykes () [Mohamed Said] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The life and times of Abdulwahid Sykes (): the untold story of the muslim struggle against British colonialism in Tanganyika. 4 likes. Book.

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Your rating has been recorded. Kleist Sykes — was a Tanganyikan political activist.

A National party needed the support of up-country Christians and what the author calls ‘Nyerere intellectuals’. Sykes, Abdulwahid, — For him, a man from the Lake Victoria area, Tanganyika was more than the Mrima syeks, indirect rule was an old-fashioned colonial concept. Citations are based on reference standards.

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History Additional Physical Format: He abdhlwahid founded the African Association which had propelled Africans into politics and he had also founded Al Jamiatul Sykkes fi Tanganyika, the Muslim organisation which not only stood up against the threat of Christian missionaries, but laid the foundation for future organisation of Muslims as a political entity. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: It is the theme of the third part of the book.


Germans had a military camp at Pangani, the small coastal town few miles from Tanga which in those days was an important town in the German administration. Preview this item Preview this item.

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Mohamed Said Ali Salum Mkangwa. Colonial regulations barred him from acquiring a licence to enable him to undertake construction of storied buildings. Union with Zanzibar was to absulwahid additional problems. Aziz Ali was an important landlord and like Kleist he owned several houses in Dar es Salaam.

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This book divides itself into four parts. I remember when I was very little my friends abdulwahkd to ask me if it is true I was a Muslim because of my names.

This is a fascinating if erratic book for those of us who were participants or even bystanders.

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Aziz Ali built many mosques in Dar es Salaam. Cancel Forgot your password? Finding libraries that hold this item They were recruited from a village named Kwa Likunyi in Mozambique.

He was a building contractor but was restricted to building houses for Africans only. Webarchive template wayback links Use dmy dates from January Pages using infobox person with unknown parameters Infobox person using religion Articles with hCards.

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He would sit outside his house with his friends and order endless cups of coffee when coffee was sold by vendors making the rounds in Dar es Salaaam. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. Please verify that you are not a robot. They were better known by the names of their Zulu forefathers.