Intentionality in the Sermon of Al-Sayadat. Al-Zahrah

Prof. Dr. Kareem H. N. Al-Khalidi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 21-62

In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful, Most Gracious Thanks be to Allah for whatever guidance and knowledge of His grandeur He grant; He bestow upon me the willing to thank and express my gratitude. Peace be upon the greatest prophet whom some perceive for his great niche finding its mention in the Glorious Quran: And thou standard on an exalted standard of character. Peace be upon his immaculate posterity and brave chosen companions. For the time being, the meant research paper is one of an avalanche of certain papers engraved for my sayadati and mawlati Fatima Al-Zahrah bent the prophet of peace and the science of piety, Mohammed (peace be upon him and his posterity) as it is entitled (Intentionality in the Sermons of Al-Sayadat .Fatima Al-Zahrah) such a title emulates the contemporary textual studies that give standards to the text; intentionality is one of these. I do find many a researcher gives no importance to the true intentionality for such an obstinate sermon .As such I exert myself into tackling the intentions intellectual, doctrinal, educational, message-laden, psychological and social Al-Sayadat. Fatima Al-Zahrah wants to convey to the Islamic nation in the hardest time of Islam; it is the time of the departure the nation prophet, leader and teacher .Such a phase is very critical Allah test the intention and cast the mind into ordeals to find their ways and to get the succor or fall in the snares of Satan. It is of essentiality for the study to explicate certain vantage points of the text to expose the explicit and implicit meanings. I do explicate the utterances, sentences and phrases for the sake of the structural semantics and what shades of content the context manifests. For my knowledge I feel such a sermon grows larger and larger in my mind to be manipulated for its significance and its origin; it is for the daughter of the prophet and the wife of the man of “asking me before losing me“; the portal of science, the pioneer of the greatest deeds in Islam, Ali Bin Ibitalib. As much as I could guide myself to the intentions of the sermons through scrutiny to decipher its structures for the sake of having the meant intentions of such an extraordinary sermon in the Islamic thoughts throughout ages.

Portrayal of Totality between the Niche of Fatima Al-Zahra Peace be upon her and the Philosophy of Her Name in the Mindset of the Infallible Imam Al-Sadiq peace be upon him

Prof. Dr. Hameed Siraj Jabir

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 65-84

The current study delves into what Imam Al-Sadiq broaches about Al-Zahra concerning her niche and the philosophy of her name. It is the manipulation of an infallible imam reflecting the grandmother, the lady of ladies in the universe, a portrait the Ahalalbayt Imams ponder over and justify her niche and name. They are not mere reasons, yet it is a causative philosophy designating such a nexus between the niche and the name in light of semantics and connotation.

Coherence in the Sermons of Sayadat. Al-Zahrah and Her Daughter Zeinab Peace be upon them

Prof. Dr. Anisa Khazaali

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 0-0

The history experiences an impressive presence for the women of Ahalalbayt (peace be upon them) and keeps their eloquent sermons immortal, in time the opponent of the religion endeavours to derail the line of Islam from its course to obliterate the traditions of the prophet (peace be upon him) and the heritage that serve the Arab literature. For the sermons of such ladies heave into view as the most eloquent ones unequal to other feminine efforts neither in form nor in content. The present study tackles sermons of the daughter of the prophet (peace be upon her) in the hardest and most difficult stances and throws light on certain corners of the texts eloquence flowing from their tongues under these circumstances. In part, the study takes hold of coherence; repetition, synonym, contradiction, rhythm and the chosen expressions, refers to the deep line of mutuality between their acts of speech and cautions against the variety of the circumstances the creators endure.

Al-Fatimyat Evolution and Development to the Seventh Century Hegira

Prof. Dr. Ali K. M. Al-Maslawi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 111-144

It is endeavored in the present study to throw light on the path of poetry that allots great space to Sayadat. Fatima Al-Zahrah (Peace be upon her). As it is quite evident that there is so great a role for her in the structure of poetry. Such forms an artistic and objective pivot, that is why it is to trace the poetry in the orbit of Arabic one to fathom the central themes and the stance intellectual, doctrinal, artistic, emotional and passionate of the poet toward such a glorified lady. The paper exposes, throughout the seventh century, a constellation of artistic and objective issues for these poems worth tackling and explicating for its implicit connotations in the structure and images.

AL-Sayada Al-Zahrah Between the Power of the Divine Text and the Power of the Inherited Contemporary Reading on the Historical Narratives of Her Ordeal After the Quietus of Her Father

Prof. Dr. Dawood S. K. Al-Zubeidi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 147-169

The present study is a focus on certain historical and modern narratives the Islamic categorized sources use in explicating the argumentation of Sayadat. Fatima Al-Zahrah with the first caliph during the first generation of the companions in general and the migrated in particular just to remind the nation of what the prophet decrees after he slumbered. Yet the nation gives slip to his will and runs inimicality; the scepter was the first of their dissension, beside the contrition of the caliph for not inquiring the prophet about such an issue. The research paper endeavours to manipulate the Quranic Ayats and the prophetic speeches Al-Zahrah employs, in time the nation summons the ground states of the tribe heads and the tribal priority and twists the text; it is a controversy of the nation struggle up till now.

Expectation Breaking in the Sermons of Al-Sayada Al-Zahrah Peace be upon her

Asst. Prof. Dr. Talal K. Salman

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 173-199

The concept of expectation breaking is one of the most salient concepts Hans Robert Yaws, German, broaches with his fellowman Walchenstun Yzir considered as the pole of the reception theory that emanates from Constasis German school. Such a concept could maintain the rapport between the interlocutor and the text, it is to be in a sate of concomitance between the text and the reader and vice versa in stead of having one-dimensional rapport between the text and the reader only. In the actual study it is endeavored to bring the concept of expectation breaking into effect in the sermon of Sayadat. Al-Zahrah (peace be upon her) .It is considered as a policy of explication to the modern texts whose devices are so many and multifarious in the mythological texts. It is believed that the Arabic heritage is of depth, universality, text diversity, prolific products, precision and importance that give an essential impetus to study certain concepts of our productive heritage and to yoke the heritage and modernity altogether .As there is a crestive development in the modern critical texts; textual and metatextual. The research paper contains an introduction about the reception theory, the expectation horizons and the concept of expectation breaking that is to take the practical side of the study: 1-Social expectation breaking 2-Objective expectation breaking 3-Stylistic expectation breaking Finally the study concludes with the findings.

Portrayal of Fatima Al-Zahrah Peace be upon her in the Poetry of Nasir Khasru Al-Qabadeiyani

Asst. Prof. Dr. Nasar Qasami; Asst. Prof. Dr. Mujtaba Umrani Burr

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 203-225

The current study focuses upon the personality of Sayadat. Al-Zahrah (Peace be upon her) in the poetry of the Iranian poet, Nasir Khasru AlQabadeiyani, exploiting the analytic descriptive approach. Al-Qabadeiyani is one of the brilliant faces in the Persian literature in the fifth century Hegira believed in the Shiite denomination as for the conditions in his life and being in line with Al-Fatimains in Egypt . That is why he renders his poetry into the bud of Ahalalbayt and into shielding them. When reconnoitering his poetry, there is no mention to a woman but he gives a great priority to Sayadat. Al-Zahrah in his poetry. He exerts himself into tackling Ahalalbayt in particular Al-Zahrah; he glorifies his denomination and refers to her traits and damns those who usurp the right of Ahalalbayt, Fadik usurpers. The real succor is to adhere their path. In his poetry he manipulates the virtues of Al-Zahrah; the daughter of the prophet, the lady of the world, Fadik heritage, the wife of Imam Ali (peace be upon him), the mother of Al-Hussein, the fount of science, the inheritor of the prophetic science and the intercessor in the doomsday.

Derivational Patterns and Their Semantic Impact on Al-Zahrah Sermon Peace be upon her

Asst. Lecturer. Mohammed F. Al-Moosawi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 229-248

It is quite important for a scholar to perceive that an utterance stipulates a shade of meaning. If it is denuded of it, the meaning tends to be nonsense. The content is the image of something and its truth a researcher could cull: things are never perceived by utterance but by content and truth. That is why it is for syntax to focus upon the semantic of syntactic structures that form the texts humans use to communicate .The current study is a review for certain meanings of the structures in the sermon that proffers a lesson in the complete content and eloquence and manifests the linguistic and logical competence of Al-Zahrah. The research paper surveys the patterns that indicate semantics in the sermon, and then it repairs to the meaning of the pattern: no change to the semantics of the pattern unless the syntactic context refers to it.

The Verb “TAKE” and its Synonyms in Sayyidah Fatima Al-Zahraa's Two Sermons A Semantic Study

Asst. Lect. Zainab Hussein Alwan

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 4, Issue 5, Pages 0-0

Abstract The verb ‘Take’ has various indications in English and Arabic. The present study investigates the semantic dimension of the verb ‘Take’ and its synonyms in two sermons by Sayyidah Fatima Al-Zahraa )peace be upon her(. The study attempts to answer the following questions: 1. What are the most famous meanings of the verb ‘Take’ and its synonyms in English and Arabic? 2. Do the verb ‘Take’ and its synonyms have different indications in Al-Zahraa's two sermons? 3. What are the aims behind Al-Zahraa's citation of the verb ‘Take’ and its synonyms from the Glorious Qur'an? 4. Is there a relation between the repetition of the verb ‘Take’ and the topics discussed by Al-Zahraa (peace be upon her)? This paper aims at: 1. Finding out the various indications of the verb ‘Take’ and its synonyms in English and Arabic. 2. Investigating the semantic dimensions of the verb ‘Take’ and its synonyms in Al-Zahraa's two sermons such as: punishment, blame, and threat. 3. Determining the aims behind Al-Zahraa's citation of the verb ‘Take’ and its synonyms from the Glorious Qur'an. 4. Identifying the contact between the use of the verb ‘Take’ and Al-Zahraa's main issue which is the issue of Islam. It is hypothesized that: 1. The verb ‘Take’ and its synonyms have different indications in English and Arabic. 2. The verb ‘Take’ can be either positive or negative in Al-Zahraa's two sermons.3. The atmosphere of tranquility and spirituality has been pervaded by quoting some Quranic texts that contain the verb ‘Take’. 4. There is a close contact between the recurrence of the verb ‘Take’ and the topics discussed by Al-Zahraa (peace be upon her). The findings of the investigation validate all the hypotheses above.