Guiding Orientation to Man in the Imam Al-Sajad Discourse

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 6, Issue 5, Pages 63-90

The role of Imam Al-Sajjad (peace be upon him) was manifested
in the project of the correction revolution through his mission of
the mission. He had a human project that elevates and elevates
human humanity . The imam of the carpet , peace be upon him
, a leader of the greatest intellectual leaders accepted the request
of science eagerly as he reached the age of discrimination, and was
the first teacher, his father, Hussein bin Ali peace be upon him) .).
In order to find the places of linguistic creativity in the
language of Imam Al-Rajab
(peace be upon him), one must look at his rich linguistic heritage in
the Sajjadya paper , the message of rights, and the fi

Geographical Traits in the Alsahifa Alsajadya of Imam Ali Ibn Al-Hussein Ibn Ali Ibn Abitalab (Research on Geographical Mind )

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 6, Issue 5, Pages 93-123

When the flame of Arab civilization began to light by the power
of Islam and the depth of Arab mind thought the horizons of Arabic
geographical found ground and being . From the very beginning of
the Islamic period to the fall of the Abbasid Caliphate in 656 AH
1258 AD, a great and increasing effort was devoted to the study
of Arabic geopolitical mind and came as a result of the originality,
dynamism and scientific and holistic approach of the Arab-Islamic
civilization. However the emergence of the geography of Muslims
was not coincidental, but there were several factors contributed
to its emergence and development, including the spread of the Islamic
religion in various parts of the world, as well as the study
of religious issues , the requirements of the prayers time , fasting
,pilgrimage, military and administrative arrangements of the areas
dominated by the Islamic armies
On the other hand, we note that Imam Zein AL`Abideen (Peace
be upon him ) develops the Islamic mind in a scientific and Islamic
way through his Alsahifa Al-Sajadiyyah including many scientific,
intellectual and social requirements. It is apparent that it is a religious
document but when delving into its scientific concepts and
specifically geographical concepts , there are many sections of such
a locus.

Argumentative Bonds in the Message of Imam Zain Al-`Abadeen to Mohammad Ibn Muslim Al-Zahri

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 6, Issue 5, Pages 127-151

In fact, the discourse of imam Zain Al-`Abadden is regarded as an
intellectual heritage document for being the most original and eloquent
document : it is the propensity of Ahalabayt to be eloquent
more than eloquent . The concept of bonds tackled from linguistic
and semantic angles but there is no argumentative and pragmatic
one . Therefore the current study consecrates importance to such a
locus in two sections , the first , theoretical, manipulates the translation
of Mohammad Ibn Miuslim Al-Zahri, the second does :
1- Argumentative Objection Bonds.
2- Argumentative Relenting Bonds.
The conclusion arrives at certain results : the role of the argumentative
bonds is to influence and convince , that is why the imam pays
much a

Cognizance of the Glorious Quran for Imam Ali Bin Al-Hussein (Peace be upon him)

Abidallah Ahammad Al-Youssef

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 6, Issue 5, Pages 154-221

The current paper , Quran Cognizance of Imam Ali Ibn Al-Hussein
,Al-Sajad, ( Peace be upon him) tackles the most deeds and achievements
the imam commences in the orbit of the Glorious Quran in
particular the science of interpretation and promulgation of the
Quranic knowledge : the imam is one of the most prominent interpreter
to the Glorious Quran and many of the interpretation scientists
revert into his interpretation , the school of interpretation ,
Zeid the martyr and Mohammad Al-Baqr , his sons, take much from
him and even the other interpreters do. The imam pays much heed
to certain Quranic angles :
1- Manifesting the Quranic grandeur and traits.
2- Contemplation in the Glorious Quran.
3- Paying heed to the Quranic sciences
4- Writing the Glorious Quran by his honest hands.
There is a conclusion manipulating the samples from the interpretation
of the imam

Semantic Diversity of Verb in Saheefa Alsajadya

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 6, Issue 5, Pages 253-291

The Sajjadya paper is a religious discourse dovetailed with veneration
, respect and genuflection and tends to be a fertile soil to study
and explicate. Therefore the paper focuses upon such an everlasting
chronicle :
-Semantic Manifestation of Movement Verbs.
- Semantic Manifestation of Shield Verbs.
- Semantic Manifestation of Emotion Verbs.
- Semantic Manifestation of Existence Verbs.
- Semantic Manifestation of Equality Verbs.
The current study takes hold of a linguistic phenomenon, u

A Contrastive Critical Discourse Analysis of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Treatise on Rights 'Risalat Al-Huquq' of Imam Al- Sajjad (p.b.u.h.)

Noor Othman Adday and Asst. Prof. Firas Abdul-Munim Jawad

AL-AMEED JOURNAL, Volume 6, Issue 5, Pages 0-0

Due to the dominating non-human actions in the world, appealing
to rights has become a central concern of all humans. As such,
to bridge the gap between the idea, cultivation, and conventions
of human rights on the one hand and their realistic application on
the other has been of an extreme importance. Therefore, the study
aims at analysing two texts which are highly concerned with the
issue of rights, namely, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
which was adopted and proclaimed in 1948 by the General Assembly
of the United Nations and Treatise on Rights 'Risalat Al-Huquq'
written by Imam Ali Al-Sajjad (p.b.u.h.) a principal figure in Islam
and the fourth imam of Shias in the 7th century. The analysis will
be carried out using an analytical framework of Critical Discourse
Analysis. Specifically speaking, the aims of the study are: investigating
the linguistic structure of the texts selected, exploring them
with respect to four interpretative procedures, and explicating their
ideologies. Consequently, it is hypothesised that the texts selected
although differ as to their linguistic structure, the texts that intertextually
they accord with, the speech acts they employ, and their
ideologies. Such an analysis reveals the linguistic as well as ideological
perspectives in which rights are presented in these two texts.
This, consequently, leads to the identification of power in these
texts which can be mainly achieved by the "ideological workings of
language", as proposed by Fairclough (1989: 2).