Concept of Islamic Media Convergence and Divergence

Prof. Dr. Badroldeen Zawwaqa

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 23-43

From the immemorial to the moment,media surges as pivotal , essential, strategic and transitional in the life of man as having achieved research and studies in one hand and its means and technology on the other hand, for such two scopes have the greatest impact in developing the human web of communication. The western researchers observe - Arabic and Islamic vision sticks to absence for certain realistic and reasonable standards - its phenomenon and impact; some theories emerge to study the audience conduct to the media Concept of Islamic Media.

Environment Role in Changing the Term of Geography

Prof. Dr. Riyadh M. AL-Masoudi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 47-70

We suspect that the geography of the old knowledge was launched in the creation of Allah to the heavens and earth. Geography as a term has passed through several stages, the first observation of man is linked to watching with his attempts to explain what he watches, it’s the overall geography, and stayed around this term (4000) years, and this phase formed (%80) of the earth age . The second stage launches a geography term today. In the modern era income variable causes, consequences and impact of the political factor and the military term geopolitics appeared.

Mechanisms To Unify the Arabic Term

Asst. Prof. Dr. Nasir N. AL-Ayshi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 73-104

The term runs into objectivity as there are certain facts stipulating scrutiny and consensus; the semantic angle and the etymological angle need to be reputed in the Arabic dictionaries in terms of scientific and practical insight. So it is necessary to find organization observing such waves of controversies regardless of orientalism or delving into the West. It is to unify the terms throughout the Arab homeland to the extent, one in Baghdad could fathom another researcher in Rabat.

Concept of Histology and its Importance in the mind of Imam Ali Ibn Abitalib

Asst. Prof. Dr. Mohammed H. A. Al-Seiuti; Dr.Fawzi Kheiri Kadhim

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 107-129

Imam Ali gives great priority to the society to cultivate man in all the walks of life, so one of his mission is history as he regards it as a means to educate man and augment his mentality as he exploits his experiences throughout ages. It is not of non-management or by chance, but it is of ambition I hope to have applied for certain reasons; personally, it is my propensity to fathom such a figure and his scientific traits , on the plus side, there is paucity of research papers in such a field; Ahlalbayt orbit, in the Iraqi universities. The pares is bifurcated into four axes; the first manipulates the concept of history for Imam Ali, the second allotted for the historical knowledge sources, the third elucidates history and its philosophy for the Imam and the last focuses upon the history merits for the Imam (Peace be upon him) and his progeny.

Fact of Consensus Extent in the Concept of Discourse

Lectu. Dr. Mohammed H. Ebrahim

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 133-165

The discourse is a linguistic term coming in line with the linguistic vocabulary from structure angles. At the very outset, one never ponders over the term due to certain cultural hindrances; the consensus extent manifests certain phenomena; diversity of the terms, development of the term and the desuetude of the term.

Defects of Terming the Syntactic Discourse in Explicating Ibn Ye`aesh as a Nonpareil

Lucturer Dr. Khalid H. AL-Shams

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 169-201

The importance of studying the terms lies in the fact that it is considered as a key to other sciences; the syntactic research papers give little shrifts to such an angle; they miss the process of terming, that is why, the study focuses upon the acts of derivation and reviews the types of defects; language, semantics, context, stylistics and originality.

Theology of Language the Science of Language and Philology Etymological Interferences

Lecturar Dr. Ali H. AL-Dalfi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 205-230

The researchers in such fields comingle the theology of language, the science of language and philology with each other, that is why it runs harder and harder to delimit one of them. The present paper is to manifest such fields more fully. The researchers never reach consensus about their roots and shades of meanings. Throughout the study there is a state of dissection to theses concepts; the differences, similarities in terms of phonetics, conjugation and linguistics.

Parity in the Religious Discourse: Interpretation as a Nonpareil

Lecturar Dr. Sattar Q. Abdullah

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 233-271

This research studies the concept of discourse; its definitions and role in a broader circle of knowledge; revealing its importance in the orbit of the economic perspective. It approaches the exegesis of discourse through their literal and textual meanings and interpretations; according to the opinions of linguists and interpreters (analysts and interpreters of meaning). Then, this study conveys such a concept through the interpretations of the discourse of some philosophers. From this, it is deduced that interpretation contributes to the exegesis of terms in broader areas of knowledge. The paper attains its duty in revealing the concept of linguistic interpretation and idioms; as well its perception by linguistics and in the science of the Quran; resulting in the integration of exegesis and hermeneutics . Therefore the relationship between these exegeses in the light of their definitions becomes quite evident. Thus it concludes with samples of Islamic exegeses.

Concept of Mirk in the Glorious Quran Explanatory Study

Lucturar. Afrah M. AL-Dhalimi; Riyadh A. AL-Bazi

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 5, Issue 0, Pages 275-308

The current study does endeavour to delve into the shades of the word “mirk“, dgulamat , as mentioned in the Glorious Quran linguistically ,etymologically, interpretationally and controversially. However, it ramifies into four sections; the first pays heed to the linguistic and etymological meaning of the word as found in certain interpretations, the second does to the honest ayats holding mirk as plural since it comes in line with “alnur“ light in many an ayat of the Glorious Quran, the third does to the ways of guiding man from mirk into light; what is the initiative of such guide? What is the concern of both the believer and the unbeliever? Yet the fourth does to the mirk mentioned in the tale of the prophet Yuniss (Peace be upon him) . Ultimately the study concludes with salient results