Time Management as to the Viewpoint of Imam Al Hussein (Peace be upon him) A Case Study of Al-Taff Battle

Ali Fadhil

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 21-76


Time management as to the viewpoint of Imam Al Hussein represents research problem, objectives and importance, whose premise addresses the theoretical and the analytical framework. The concept of time management in Islamic thought, time management as to the viewpoint of Imam Hussein, is of high importance; the research problem can be identified in the following main points:
Time is neglected in Arabic and Islamic institutions and organizations although the Islamic religion and its statesmen gave much shrifts to such an important resource.
There is a lack of an Islamic administrative approach, fit to be standard methods for managing organizations, experiments and study cases in the Arabic-Islamic literature, and only sufficient Western theories and studies.
The main objectives of the research are:
To clarify the concept of time management in the literature of business administration and Islamic literature.
To analyze the last twenty-four hours Al-Hussein bin Ali bin AbiTalib (Peace be upon him) spent during Al-Taff Battle, and to study how to deal with the event and time management.
To study the relationship between the elements of administrative processes in accordance with the perspective of time and thought of Al-Hussein bin Ali.
As stated in the theoretical framework that would prove the research hypothesis, and achieve its objectives to highlight its importance in using the best references and sources enriching the research paper. In the light of this we have reached a number of conclusions and recommendations, we review the most important:
Al-Imam Al-Hussein deals with time as a major supplier and achieves optimal time exploitation, so he avoids deep sleep that is a necessity and a basic need in the hierarchy (Maslow) needs, and proves that the time resource appreciates future based on the organization, coordination and good planning, Al-Hussein creates added value by maximizing the results achieved from the use of the time.
The research concluded with a set of recommendations to all the small and large organizations:
Exploiting the time resource, since exploitation of time designates high value.
orming committees that are scientific and permanent specialized in business organizations, and preventing the waste of time, these committees are to work in tandem with Ahlalbayt, the treasure of their thought and tee ancient saying: One whose two days are much the same is in loss", such a saying urges to invent time and achieve the self-cognizance of time.

A Reading in Imam Al-Hussein (Peace be upon him) Revolution

Ali Oda Mohammed

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 77-94


The current study does not target the scientific erection to the revolutionary Islamic discourse, but it attempts to contribute in the research crystallization of the revolutionary plough of Imam Al-Hussein (Peace be upon him and his progeny) as it dissects the dynamic vantage points whose backgrounds are intellectual ,political, social and ethical. Thereby, it is to draw a comparison between `Ashura and the contemporary policy in the light of two pivotal issues: human rights and the ethical concept. Scrutinizing `Ashura revolution and bringing it into the contemporary policy take one of these two isles, the contemporary policy falls in a dilemma between theorization and intellectual adaptation on the one hand and practicing the process and acquainting with the theorization on the other hand.

Political Theme in the Literature of Imam Al-Hussein (Peace be upon him)

Mosa Khabit

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 95-154


The present paper sheds light on the political theme in the literature of Imam Al-Hussein (Peace be upon him) and endeavours to delimit the literary objectives in the literature of Imam Al-Hussein in general and the political themes in particular. Such a theme takes great extent in Imam Al-Hussein viewpoints. This paper manipulates certain vantage issues that prove the legitimacy of Imam Al-Hussein to be the Islamic Caliphate. In so doing , it covers his serums and the political themes in the shade of Al-Taff Battle; they wade into having a preaching and advising style and then terminate at supplication. Al-Taff Battle looms great as a remedy to the coerced nations and as nemesis to the despots; Al-Hussein heaves into horizon as stamina buttressing human community with transient precepts and revolutionary pertinacious stances to change their debilitating realities.

Al-Taff Battle in the Sources of the Islamic History Third and Fourth Century Hegira (Scrutinizing Tests)

Amar Mohammed Younis; Asraa M. D. Al-Moorabi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 155-238


From the heart of our heritage many details about historical battles emanate in precision and fidelity that cast us into pride, but it is not void of fraudulence, intrigue and exaggeration in the reign of a ruler who takes freedom in reshaping and weaving history as his brush stroke desires. To the extent his tales go axiomatic. We quail at rethinking of them or suspecting them, since they reach consensus.
The present paper is to be bifurcated into two parts: the first tackles Al-Taff battle as found in the sources of genealogy and conquests; the second manipulates the battle as found in the translated sources, classes and Islamic general history.

Excerpts from Modern Omani Elegies (Scholars Elegizing)

Khamis bin Majid Al-Sabari

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 239-280


Elegiac poetry is thought to be an original theme that is derived from “Ratha, Rathwa and Rathiya), all denoting commemorating and praising the qualities of a deceased. Scholars, are considered a recurrent theme in the modern Omani elegiac poetry. The current research tackles examples of this theme in the modern Omani poetry through explicating them according to the “thematic approach” which investigates the “theme” or ‘recurrent idea’ in his/ her poetry. It, moreover, provides an opportunity to identify and explicate these texts to reformulate them within his/ her perception and realization of the interwoven relationships and inter-textual meanings in the way threads of various colours and fabrics are dovetailed to make an embroidered dress that reflects his/ her taste.
The research manipulates nine elegiac poems by four Omani contemporary poets commemorating four modern Omani scholars. The theme in their individual poems has deep symbolic expression of the need to the higher self. These themes included alienation, symbolism, blindness and the lost kingdom, that is a special theme that does not only commemorate the deceased and praise his/ her qualities but exceeds to take hold of matters with great social depth pertaining humans ,religion, political life and society as well.
The elegy poet takes the commemorated as a symbol of a noble national cause significant for his/ her higher self, casting some of his spiritual insight revealing, then, a real predicament the poet still bitterly suffers. He/ she is eager to solve this predicament through a series of neatly interwoven thematic signals that yoke form in an integrated poem altogether with diversity of styles and interrelated ideas.

Domination and Subordination between Marquis Bible and the Old Testament

Ahamed H. S. Qutib

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 281-378


It is of importance to differentiate between Marquis Bible and other four Bibles; it gives much shrifts to the style used, so the content, to some extent, runs different , for all that , its believed that Marquis Bible addresses the nations that are non Jewish and not the Israeli nation, that is why there is a difference in style between the meant Bible and other bibles, thus such a bible gravitates to the old chronicles of the Old Testament, since the writer of Marquis book never pays heed to quoting from the Old Testament. As a matter of course, it is not of importance to other nations, but such suspicion could not be taken as a fact, unless there are some acts of searching efforts and scrutiny to reach consensus or dissention, that what the present study endeavours to prove. There are an introduction, three chapters and conclusion.

Geographical Analysis to the Number and Kind of Palm Trees in Al-Hindeia District

Salma; Abid; Abid Al-Razaq

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 377-404


In Al-Hindeia distract palm tree plantation looms large as compared to other agricultural projects in Karbala province; such a project gives rise to a region specialized in planting palm trees in general and having multifarious kinds in particular. The present study aims to draw a comparison between Al-Hindeia District and Karbala Province in terms of palm tree number and product, then it is to fathom this state of such a number and product in the municipals the district consists of according to some processes of statistic, curve diagram and charts that clarify such a current fluctuation.

Nexus between Thinking and Metaknowledge Strategies Self-Run Schedule Strategy as a Paranail

Najim; Abidallah Al-Moosawi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 405-450


The more a teacher acquires modern thinking techniques and multifarious means, the more he grows momentum to have his students thinking competence and ability to interact with their teachers and themselves as learners. In doing so, they intend to have positive attitudes toward both intellectuality and thinking and their application to human mind. Consequently, the teacher surpasses traditionality of teaching as having the best educational invented methods.
What is more, the approaches, the samples and the strategies applied in THE present day schools should have the ingredients of thought and thinking, creativity, self-schooling-self-learning- and individual difference perception that lead to knowledge thinking and metaknowledge, that is why it is of necessity for the educational official figures to do their best in acquiring such objectives.

Pragmatic Prominence in the Arabic Syntax (Explication and Inference)

ama Dahish Eahan Al-Taai

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 451-504


The concept of pragmatics casts controversy as other modern linguistic concepts did. Broadly accounting, pragmatics is a set of linguistic theories that surge as different in the launching point, but as equal in terms of language; it is an activity practiced as multidimensional scope, or the necessary conditions and rules that lead to a kind of concordance between the speech acts and the meant situation, that is to say, it is the nexus between the text and the context. It is noted that there is a sturdy nexus between pragmatics and semantics on the one hand, and pragmatics and syntax on the other hand, since the explicit context yokes them altogether, thus pragmatics grows as a mutual part between the syntactic and semantic communicative structures.

Interface Between Globalization and Islam with special reference to Post-Soviet Central Asia

G. N. Khaki

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 15-40


Globalization has become an advanced discourse of contemporary academic activity. However, its roots can be traced to the early Islamic period.
March of scholars in the far off lands, dissemination of knowledge and learning, establishment of madrasas and maktabas, the process of migration, the grand translation movement and the concept of pluralism and co-existence encouraging interconnectedness at doctrinal and practical levels are some of the salient attributes of Islamic heritage which inter alia greatly benefited the Central Asian civilization.