The Rhetoric of Convincing An Argumentative Reading in Imam Al-Hussein’s (Peace be upon him) Speeches

abi; id Hakim Al-Ka

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 21-50

ABSTRACT
This study deals with argumentation as an art of convincing in Imam Al-Hussein’s speeches. This implies the devices used by Al- Hussein to convince the audience of what he presents and consequentely to change their minds towards reformation. Additionally, this includes the rhetoric of diction and aesthetics for influence and convincing. The study covers different types of argumentation such as standard discourse, antanomy, transitivity, definiteness, quotation by evidence or proverb and many others. The aim behind this all is to reveal the fact that such argumentations have nothing to influence the dead audience who fought against Al- Hussein although he knew this result very well right from the very beginning, yet he hoped to issue the right word and play the messenger’s role .

A Pragmatic Study of Al- Zahra’s (Peace be upon her) Two Speeches according to Speech Act Theory Hussein’s Speeches

Khalid Hueir Al-Shams

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 51-76

ABSTRACT
The two speeches concerned in this study are those when Al- Zahra’ was not given her right in Fadak and when she was bitterly sick before her death. They include a lot of religious and political content in a very critical era after the Prophet’s death. This study investigates these two speeches from a pragmatic perspective according to the Speech Act Theory by Austin (1960) and Searle (1969) . It discusses the three levels: locutionary, illocutionary and perlocutionary acts and whether such acts are direct or indirect .

The Structure of Argumentation in Al- Zahra’s (Peace be upon her) Speeches A Discourse Analysis

Fatima K. Risin

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 77-112

ABSTRACT

Al- Zahra’s speech is one of the sermon speeches that includes all features of a coherent text in her treatment of inheritance . It shows the intellectual, linguistic, and cognitive abilities of Al- Zahra’ in her insistence on her stolen right , ie , Fadak .
This is quite obvious in the structure of her argumentation in her speech . It has been tackled from a discourse analysis perspective whereby such speech texts have semantic and contextual ties both explicit and implicit.

Ahlalbayt (Peace be upon them) Shrines Rehabilitating in Cairo and their Sanctity for the Egyptians (Archeological Civilized Study )

Adel Mohammed Zyara

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 113-156

Abstract


That the great importance the sacred shrines incarnate gives much shrifts to their place, the Muslims surge into visiting such shrines for bless and paying much respect to their beliefs, as these tombs belong to the progeny of Ahlalbayt, good guardians and important Islamic figures. The tomes came into reality in certain places in Egypt since the reign of Al-Fatami; The Seven Tombs are erected in Al-Qarafa Al-Kubra [large cemetery ], Sheikh Younis Tome in Bab Al-Nasar Cemetery and Al-Haswati Tome in Imam Al-Shafa`ai Cemetery. Such a reign passes through several shrines for Ahlalbayt the Egyptians visit vehemently for their love and sanctifying them. The acts of rehabilitating floats into prominence as having national architectural touches, in part, under the spell of Western and Eastern as well.

ADAN In Mdernist Arabic Poerty

Fadhl N. Makwa

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 157-202

Abstract


I devote this scientific research to Aden city and its historical and cultural position in all stages and times, and its effectiveness in the Arab modern poetry whose poets were required to employ such features. We concentrated on a number of famous poets and touched into Aden in the poems of its academic aspects in reference to Aden in the poetry of women and the youths in the modernity.
The poets praised Aden and its importance in all fields. Our research deals with brilliant pieces of Arabic poetry that expresses Aden city and described its spiritual and moral beauty, undoubtedly occupies an important international position, and constitutes a distinguished example in the Yemeni and Arab enlightenment as constituted by many important events and many courageous achievement in all stages.

Tunis Revolution and the Social Justice (The Absent Mergence)

Musbah Al-Shebani

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 203-228

Abstract

The current research paper manipulates the social justice that comes at the most reiterative utterance at the tongue of the Tunis people in the revolution of 17th December 2010, in time there are several parties taking this utterance as a name and map to their future program to manifest the hardship and misery people endure under the scourge of the former regime. There are certain signs that certify the priority of such a demand and reflect its precedence over other goals of the Tunis revolution; such signs are as follows : social justice , equality and justice that come as names of several political parties and social organizations after 14 January 2011.In time the number of the Tunis parties amount to 16 ones out of 114 that participate in 23October 2011 election. Moreover, the programme of most the parties, though different in intellectual base ideology, enrolls the demand for social justice.
The paper aims to state that no social justice is found without sheer independent political volition and it is necessary to change the liberal economical approach that is regarded as the main obstacle to reach fruition in Tunis in specificity and Arab homeland in general.

Seid Muhammed Al- Jawaad Al-A’mily ’s (1226 AH ) Tajweed Rules

Adil Attas Al-Nasrawi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 229-304

ABSTRACTS

This study deals with the rules of al- tajweed by Seid Muhammed Al- Jawaad Al-A’Mily . It includes twelve chapters .Each deals with a complementary point related to the other ones . It starts with the assimilation phenomenon and its parts with a brief discussion of each . In addition ,it discusses all the other relevant rules related to extention , al- hamza , al- ra’a , al-laam , al-haa’, al-dhad , al- dha’ ending with pause .

The Administrative and Financial Corruption in the Umayyad Era

Ammr Aboudy Nesaar

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 305-348

Abstract

The aim which justifies the choice of this subject, the administrative and financial corruption, is to reveal the pitfalls and negatives that took place in the successive managements of authority. This was the main reason behind the revolutions, troubles and disturbance that took place in the society in addition to the decrease in the voluntary spread of Islam and following the sword policy instead. This is the fact that we are trying to reveal for the lack of a detailed study in the works of the Iraqi and Arab academic institutions regarding this matter directly and independently. We found some implicit indications of administrative corruption found in the state mentioned in some of the studies and books.
it is dedicated for investigating the origin of the Umayyads and the reasons for the spread of Administrative and Financial Corruption phenomenon in the state. The researcher focused on its origins which is related to two families, Al-Sufiani (41-64) and Al-Marwani (64-132) A.H . The first section is also dedicated for the corruption spread within this state like the absence of religious motive, lack of loyalty to the Shar'ia and rules, employing rulers of the non Muslims and the bad morals of the employees and the rulers. The second section is dedicated for the study of the administrative changes of the state.

Religious Function and Functional Region in Kufa City

Ahmed Hamood Muheisan; Ali Lafta Sa; aed

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 349-388

Abstract

The religious function is the most important one in the cities that are erected or religious reasons; for people such a city is regarded as sacred as it appertains to the spiritual and intellectual propensities of them that`s why these cities stimulate pilgrims worldwide. In time, the religious function strikes a note of an important regional function that surpasses its borders, municipal administrative authority, the neighboring and distant provinces and even the Islamic Arab countries, in so accounting ,it takes function as a global region.

Derivation Structures in the Light of Morphological Standards and Linguistic Use

Riyadh Al-Husseini

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 389-426

Abstract

The study gives much shrifts to the orbit of derivation structures and traces the etymological rules that are widespread in the sources of the morphological that are exploited in their editions to be in a larger field in terms of scope and allusion. That is why linguistics comes with certain uses that run counter to standards and limitation grammarians stipulate.
The research paper ramifies into two isles: the first comes as Analogy in Linguistics and Etymology in which the researcher traces the utterance of "analogy" in the Arabic dictionaries and etymological books and comments on their statements; the second tackles Derivation Structures between the Indeclinable and Linguistic Use such as active participle,, passive participle, assimilate adjective, exaggeration and so forth.

Semiotic Concomitance of Alaniss in The Glorious Quran

Janan Mansour Al-Jaburi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 427-482

Abstract

Praise be to Allah and peace and blessings on most honest prophet and messenger of Him , Mohammed bin Abdullah . .
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There is great bless fro The Almighty to humans as He said: ﴾although transgressed the grace of Allah does not The human﴿ (Ibrahim 34), and we found the grace of the Almighty as a blessing on mankind; the study focuses on the terms that indicated by semantic Mtaatbaan and does not limit itself to determine the meaning of a word from some spources; Almagamat, Matuar and Magamat are to discuss the root language of the word and then moved to enter into derivatives word that we found in the depths of The Glorious Quran which have a direct link with the word mankind, such as: (love, affection, intimacy, good , housing, kindness, friendship, altruism, cooperation, brotherhood, companionship, family, compassion, pity, intercession, selection, fix, pride, forgiveness, joy, loyalty, ...) and other terms that indicate the meaning of mankind .
It is to discuss the semantic correlation that has been associated with the words of the word mankind tagged in the Koran and human subjects research, because we did not find this term present in the course of the researchers , but they benefited from some studies ; he stated the term as including studies of synthetic which he stated, including some studies of synthetics , as the relationship of the correlation function for detecting large philosophy of this relationship between words. among the most famous of the books of Dr. Tammam Hassan modernists in the Arabic language and meaning to make this relationship as presumption of Quran Arabic grammar.
This does not mean that heritage had overlooked this feature, or does not know , but many of them responded in Arabic grammar, but only at the structural level such correlation in solidarity.
The research paper plans to be divided into three sections; the first came as connotation of the word mankind in the Koran and the second part as Tying Alastsahabi semantic meaning of mankind in the Koran. Section III is to truck a semantic meaning of mankind in the Koran and then the conclusion and findings we have come to refer to the most important viewpoints, then it is to demonstrate the list of sources and references.
All praise be to Allah , Creator of the universe.

The Application of Proximity Principle to Conversational Texts

Nidhal Jalil Hamzah

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 17-30

Abstract


One of the graces of Allah, the Almighty, is that of (gladness). In this study the term Alu’ns has been investigated semantically. This includes its etymologies in the ancient and modern dictionaries as well as its derivatives in the Glorious Quran with all the relevant terms such as: love, friendliness, goodness, hostility, kindness, friendship, honesty, cooperation, brotherhood, mercy, reformation, dignity, forgiveness, happiness, loyality and many others.
This paper focuses on the semantic collocation of this term which is studied syntactically but not semantically. The term has been studied in linguistics ,the Glorious Quran, and in semantics.