Efficacy of the mental Visualization Strategy and the Ramification Formation in the Creative Writing and Remote Thinking

Asst. Prof. Dr. Raghad S. Alwan

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 321-371

Current research aims to know the strategic impact of mental visualization and the ramification formation in the creative writing and thinking. Toachieve the objective of the research the researcher choose three section in Al-Thaura Primary School; ( 34 ) students taken as samples torepresent the experimental group and 35 students torepresent the control group. The instruments in the research are improvisational writing and remote thinking test the researcher takes hold of. After dissecting the results statistically by one-dimensional deviation test and Shafeiaformula, the research finds that there is a significant statistic difference among the three groups; the first group surpasses the secondand experiment group takes precedence over the control group.

Phonological Harmonyin Surat Al-Tahrim: Inntonaton as a Nonpareil

Lectu. Muhammad A. Ma

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 375-401

The actual study tackles the Quranic text of a blessed Madinasurat, Al-Tahreem by an element of the modern analytic methodology ones that designates a developed phase of the linguistic research phases; linguistics and the intonation mechanisms as an element of the phonological harmony. The research confirms the argument stirred by the linguists: the harmony and collision as the most two important elements of the seven elements of the linguistic text, as well as it stresses the hypothesis claiming that the phonological harmony, acted by the intonation, is one of the methodology mechanisms revealing the significance of the text with its two levels: minor - partial - and big - total -, the research finds that the holy Surat designed as a circular structure ramified into three graded tones to be a phonological gradient tenet of the semantics. The study employs the performative recital signs in particular “sala“ and “Jeem” to stern the textual musicality; such is an analytic practice many a phonetic phonetician misses, yet the present study proves the fact important in buttressing other analytic instruments.

Condensed Lists Impact on the Self-efficacy Development for Intermediate first Grade Students

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ehsan H. Abid

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 205-256

The research aims to identify Condensed Lists Impact on the Selfefficacy Development for Intermediate first Grade Studentsin Principles of Biology, the control Research students in the first grade of ALAqsaIntermediate School for Boys in the Directorate of Education of Diwaniyah, the materials included are some chapters: fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth in the academic year (20132014-), the samples are selected at random; the selected group (c) represents the experimental group studying according to the strategy of listing, and the group (a) represents the control group studying the traditional method, the samples are in equal terms of age, intelligence, previous achievement, academic self-efficacy, the experiment carries out the requirements; defining the scientific article, the formulating behavioral objectives and preparing the lesson plans, the trained teacher Ammar Faleh, an MA in methodology was adopted to teach both of the two groups. The results shows the presence of statistically significant differences between the experimental and control groups in the development of academic self-efficacy variable and in the interest of the experimental group.

Quranic Argumentation from Altercation to Conventionality

Asst. Prof. Dr. Muaiyad Aal Sweinit

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 165-201

This paper sheds light on the persuasive aspects of Tanzīh al - Qurʼānʻan al-maṭāʻin [Defending the Qurʼan Against Slander]by Abdul - Jabbar Hamadhani. Also, it tends to use new persuasive techniques; in addition, it unveils the rational aspect of Mu'tazilite. The latter is a trend adopted by those who defend Al-Quran and oppose any suspicious interpretation stirredby those who were against Al-Quran. Abdul-Jabbar Hamadhani stood against those who claimed that AlQuran was not a unique piece of writing, and it had some grammatical and semantic problems.The paper exploits a group of persuasive techniques, such as the rhetorical and expressive techniques.

Quranic Semantics of “Wait and Waiting” in Light of the Closed Document

Prof. Dr. Hassin A. Al-Asadi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 23-59

Waiting is but a Quran condition and a fact that runs in line with a salient incident representing the future of the inevitable Islam. It is the conquer as people take belief in Islam in battalions and surpasses all religions; people choose to hold such a belief,yet the rivals kept deviating as they did. The waiting is a doctrinal stance on the one hand and it is the will of Him with the messenger on the other; it is the act of waiting for years happened in nations never found before.

Calcified Syntactic Unity in the Arabic Wreathed with Heart Verbs and its Impact on Perceiving the Quranic text and Verse

Asst. Prof. Dr. Toman G. AL-Khafaji

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 259-317

The current research paper tackles an independent Linguistic phenomenon we do call as “calcification phenomenon” due to the hypothesis we believe, Allah willing. The Arabic as a language does without certain the auxiliary verb in the nominal sentence as it proceeds throughout ages, then it resumes using it for rhetorical concerns after it had lost its genuine meanings. The research paper endeavours to unknot such a case in a pyramid that forms the utter structural shape line and its base the research study stems from.Next in importance the semantic line (social and psychological) comes and then the pragmatic line represents such a model to invigoratethe poles of communication between the addresser and the addressee.

Future of Divine Religions in the Resurrection Epoch : Quranic Study

Asst. Lecturar. Nur M. AL-Saeidi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 89-113

The present research tackles the future of religions, that is why they delve into sources to know their fate, as such the conflict theory heaves into view, others take hold of such a theory to avert holding conflicts, yet some others revert into the heart of interfaith debate. Itis of necessity to fathom such a locus to know truth and reality of the religions, as they never appear as they really are as Allah decrees; Islam is one of these acted on the hand of the prophets and the sealed messenger; Allah promises to enable the believer and to be ensconced in the earth.

Ibn Al-Hassan the Evidence (May Allah expedite his resurrection) and the Philosophy: Ordeal Era as a Nonpareil

Prof. Dr. Iyad A. Saihud; Ahammed F. Al-Mas; udi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 63-86

Ibn Al-Hassan the evidence is the twelfth of the infallibles and takes so great a role in the sound Islamic message as his fathers did. Yet his disappearance comes as seismic to all and as prominent for the other imams. As such it claims more attention and responses that instigates those who envy such a stance to fabricate certain machinations against Ahlalbayt. However, the research paper rotates around the small disappearance in 260 hegira / 873 CE ,that is to say ,it is with the first ambassador Othman Ibn Sa`aed Al-`Amari, the dilemma people embattled with fades at the hand of the ambassadors. The current research paper ramifies into two sections with a conclusion, the first tackles the reasons beyond the dilemma, the second does the events of dilemma and how both the imam and the first ambassador confront, ultimately the conclusion terminates at certain results: the dilemma mentioned by the prophet and the immaculate imams before it strikes people.

Phonological Schema for Short MakeiaSuras: Al`Ala -The Highest Sura as a Nonpareil

Prof. Dr. Muhammad J. AL-Turayhi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 117-162

Al ala surat is a short Makeia one consisting of 19 verses, also it includes general notification abut man and all other creatures. prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) used to recite it in Al- Watr prayer, the two eids, and on Friday. The paper deals with the phonetic aspect in the surat, as none had studied ;the study tries to reveal the Quranic miracle of phonetic pattern: the sound represents the basic elements of producing the language. However, by the phonetic formulation and the high rhythm of its pattern, the holy Quran holds a clear impact on its listeners and readers. And each sound has a meaningful and expressive value.

The Presence of the Absence: Displacement of Home and Identity in Selected Literary Texts by PalestinianAmerican Woman Writers

Lecturar. Dr. Aseel K. AL-Rikabi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 19-46

Abstract The present research studies the problem of displacement of home and identity in selected literary texts—“Hamadi”, and Tasting the Sky: A Palestinian Childhood by the Palestinian-American woman writers, Naomi Shihab Nye and IbtisamBarakatrespectively.Approximately quarter-million Americans of Palestinian descent began coming to the USA in the latter part of the 19th century. Refugees suffer from loss of both the self and home. What is lost in exile is not just a physical place, but it is a displacement of selfhood and one’s history. However, the eradication of homeland and identity urges Palestinian writers to look for their geographical homeland of Palestine and for a restoration of identity. Arab American writers diagnose the absence, invisibility, and /or the exclusion of their history within the American culture embracing the Arab-American identity, after trying in vain to assimilate to the American culture as a form of homecoming. Through their artworks, Naomi Shihab Nye and IbtisamBarakat seek not only the need for homecoming and identity retrieval, but also seek to forge an understanding of home to contain all facets of their identities as Palestinians, as Americans and as women. Israel occupation influences them and makes them sensitive to all issues of injustice. Nye and Barakat depict new visions of their Palestinian homeland and identity and try to counter exile to claim a whole self.Both writer try to wipe out the various kinds of discriminations believing in the power of poetry to reform society and present solutions to solve its problems. They explore their relationship to the Middle East and construct a new sense of home with a Palestinian identity. Writing helps them to recreate home and restore their identity by giving voice to the silencing of Palestinians. Being of mixed heritage encourages both writers to oppose violence calling for peace, compromise and acceptance even of the enemy. They believe that the task of the writer if to find a comprehensive language between the warring parties, and that to come back home is to recover the genetic self. They are trying to achieve a holistic oneness through their writings by including all minoritiesand the warring sects. They believe that demonstrations and revolutions are unprofitable. They hail foe cohabitation and friendship between the conflicting parties. What Nye and Barakat try to say is that true happiness is not dependent on a geographical space but it is an intellectual matter; Jerusalem may be lost, on the geographical level, but it may dwell intellectually in the mind and in literature where nobody can extract it.