Educational Discourse between the Islamic Derivation and Technological Modernity Quality System in Education as a Nonpareil

Saad Ali Zayir

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 17-56

The concept of quality systems ramifies into various shades as many
a contemporary one does; to which specialists reach consensus and discordance.
However it is regarded as a concept that depends upon certain
constellation of ideas and principles an organization could apply to have
the best performance, improve productivity, increase profits and have repute
in interior and exterior markets. The present paper tackles the concepts
of quality in comparison with other concepts; accomplishment and
dexterity, and focuses upon the concept in light of Islamic lens.

Controversy of the Quranic Discourse Translation in the Glorious Quran Translations into Hebrew The names of the fence Koranic a model

Sattar A. Jabbar

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 57-106

The present papers focuses upon the Quranic suras names translating
into Hebrew, we do choose only two versions of the four published ones,
the old and new, for the Jewish German scientist Taseefi Haeem Recandof,
in 1857 and the Jewish scientist OriRoben in 2005.
We do shed light ON the meaning of translation discourse linguistically
and etymologically, the Glorious Quran for the Jewish, the Hebrew
translations for the meanings of Glorious Quran and the controversy of
the names of Quranic suras in THE Recandof and Wori Robeen discourse
translations to study them linguistically.
From all, we do reckon the importance of Quranic discourse studying;
perceiving the names of the Quranic suras help recognize the meant content
and save time and efforts and avert having controversy and untrue
dissention in translation.

Philosophical Discourse and the Language Rehabilitation in the Contemporary Analytic Philosophy

Hussein H. AL-Aamiri

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 107-134

One of the major counts the researchers confront is the discourse
and its shades; for each science, even in literature and poetry, there is a
discourse; the discourse in any field designates the mind of a philosopher
or a scientists, an innovative or a littérateur trying to elucidate something.
As it emanates from the scientist or innovative, it is tentative as the
sciences and arts develop and such augment occurs in different spans of
time, eminent or distant. Philosophy as in other fields, suffers from the
discourse count and its shades of meanings and that stems from the issue
that it is hard to delimit the definition of the philosophy in one term.

Influence of Imam Ja`afar Al-Sadiq (Peace be upon him) on Social Reform through his Political Mind Contemporary Vision

Aadil Muhammad Ziyada

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 135-166

On the political confrontation level Imam Al-Sadiq erects a revolution
that runs equal to the sword one; he succeeds in rendering the dissention
acts and interior fighting into political and intellectual debate. Imam Al-
Sadiq copes with all the forms of social corruption as he resuscitates the
facet of the prophetic traditions in thinking, ethics and the private and
public conduct and he consecrates all his being to reforming the Islamic
community through paying heed to ethical conscience of the person and
society. Such controversy ramifies into three questions:
1. What is the role of Imam Al-Sadiq in unifying the Islamic social
thought?
2. How does Imam Al-Sadiq organize the nexus between the ruler
and the populace through his political mind?
3. What a vision does contemporary society have for Imam Al-Sadiq
mind and how deep does it influence them?
Yet to answer these inquires it is to concentrate on the following two
axes:
1. Imam Al-Sadiq contributions; homilies and instructions to reform
the Islamic community.
2. Imam Al-Sadiq political mind concerning his nexus with the governing
authority , his endeavours to find legitimate ways that give
system between the ruler and his contemporary vision that has
been taking advance in the life of the Islamic community to the
moment.

Sِapience Poetry between Al-Mutanabbi and Al-Sharif Al-Radhi Analysis and Comparison

Sadiq H. Kanbeij

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 167-194

From generation to generation sapience is inherited and each generation
solidifies such sapience from their own experiences and ideas. The
Arabs had their great share of sapience reflected in their prose and poetry.
The Arabs had their own great poets whose poetry is circulated by
means of proverbs in different situations wherever the content comes in
line with the context. Among the avant-garde poets were Al-Mutanabbi as
a creative poet and Al-Sharif Al-Radhi as another creative one who lived
in the fourth century and witnessed all events and all the circumstances
of that century.
Yet Al- Mutanabbi witnessed what had happened in the first half of
that century and his poetry represented a great heritage giving much
shrifts to the education of Al-Radhi, particularly during his youth. In addition,
Ibin Gini, Al-Sharif Al-Radhi, was one of those who admired and kept
in close contact with Al-Mutanabbi.
However Al-Sharif Al-Radhi fell under the spell of these sapience acts
for Al-Mutanabbi , and perhaps he mentioned some of his words, but
this effect does not mean that the poetry of Al-Sharif Al-Radhi devoid of
creativity and its own content.

Small-Scale Enterprises and its Role in Developing the Evacuated Families in Al-Kadhimaya District

Salam F. Ali; Uday F. Abid

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 195-228

This research aims to identify the role of small-scale industrial projects
to develop the living standard for families displaced in Kadhimaya as
compared to neighborhoods. The small industries is regarded as the foundation
stone in the process of industrial development and the intervention
of small industries as an essential process in the acts of industry and
loom large in developing countries, including Iraq .As they give great contributions
and effective roles in strengthening and diversifying the industrial
structure, support the investment the industrial production, achieve
a balance in development between urban and rural areas by distributing
certain projects in cities and rural areas. In time, the small projects encourage
private savings that could absorb the workforce and give rise to
the standard of living and reduce unemployment levels. Hence, these industries
play a prominent role in developing the standard of living for the
displaced families through such different industries.
The study relies on the analytical method of descriptive statistics by
identifying the concept of family displaced formula and small industrial
projects, especially in the study area. To achieve this goal it is to distribute
(500) form questionnaire on the beneficiaries of the loans in Al-Kadhimaya
District.

Sign Theory and its Existence for Charles Sendrass Press

Ahmad A. M

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 229-252

The present research paper endeavours to shed light on semiotics
through which Press broaches a philosophy concerned with content culminating
in, though huge, only the hard-core as Charles Press declared.
Consequently, the paper is to bifurcate into three sections:
The first is to trace the sign formula ingredients for Press that are as
follows:
1. Representative
2. Object
3. Interpretant
The second is to trace the semiotic line in the sign formula according
to the applying facts, however the third is to trace Press triad the great according
to mathematic thinking supported by a matrix prone to universality
and open ended interaction .Ultimately, the paper suggests a diagram
having semiotic generation metamorphoses and their being from the sign
axiom and its great triad.

Britain's policy towards Syria during World War II until 1946

Muhammad S. H. AL-Zayadi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 253-328

The paper ramifies into an introduction and four sections with a conclusion
that draws lines to the essential findings. The first tackles the British
policy toward Syria before the second world war and Al-Askandarona
brigade file as the Nationalist Move demands to a treaty with the French
.Yet the second ,British Policy toward Syria in Reign of Fashi government
and the free French government in 1939-1943, deals with the British issues
concerned with Syria; the third, British Stance toward the French
Presence in Syria in 1942-1945 ,manipulates the French-British competition
and its consequences on the situations of the region, Moreover, the
fourth is entitled as British Stance toward the Aggression on Syria and the
Foreign Forces Departure; France exerts itself to have some economical
marks in Syria.

Constructionism Manifestos and its Impact on the Text Reading

Noori K. AL-Saeidi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 329-362

The current study traces the constructionist scope in criticism ,in particular
the independent world pertinent to expressionist forms that bid
it an entity with certain features and rules a text invades .Thus the study
endeavours to cast constructionism into light and takes hold of its nexus
with languages and the standards of constructionist criticism .Then it is to
rectify the front of constructionism at the hands of avant-garde constructionists;
Losyan Goldenman and Chomsky.
However , the paper turns the main prow to the conclusion that registers
the constructionist destination a text takes regardless of the creator
and reader ;that is why constructionism appears as different from other
waves that give much shrifts to the creator and reader.

Imam Hussein's Supplication On the day of Arafah A Linguistic study

Riyadh T. K. AL- Ameedi; Manar Kareem Mahdi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 19-56

Supplication is a requestive act issued from an inferior to a superior
in which a human being entreats Allah for mercy, forgiveness,
pardon of guilt, help, and support.
This paper is an attempt to analyze Imam Hussein’s Peace be
upon him Arafah supplication linguistically. Consequently, it aims
to find out the syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic characteristics of
this supplication. It is hypothesized that.
1. the vocative and the imperative are extensively used in Imam
Hussein’s Peace be upon him supplication;
2. Implicit supplication is more commonly used than explicit one
by Imam Hussein Peace be upon him.
After analyzing some texts taken from Imam Hussein’s Peace be
upon him Arafah supplication, it has been concluded that the above
hypotheses are verified.

Pragma-Rhetorical Strategies in Zainab’s Speech at Yazid’s Court

Fareed Hameed Al-Hindawi; Ramia Fu; ad Mirza

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages 57-86

This paper aims to investigate the pragma-rhetorical structure
of Zainab’s (Peace be upon her) speech, which is well-known of its
historical importance. To achieve this aim, Al-Hindawi and Al-Temimi’s
(2012) eclectic model is utilized.
Among the important conclusions which the study comes up
with are: The rhetorical question is used as an umbrella strategy
that extends over the other figures of speech and argumentative
appeals. Besides, the argumentative appeals represent a house of
cards: if any card is pulled, the rest of the house will collapse. This
reveals the neat texture of the orally recited text. Finally, figures of
speech have been used in a roughly parallel manner. This leads to
the conclusion that they have not been used for aesthetic purposes,
that is, decoration; they are used a means for a further end – clarification
and facilitation.