فهرست مطالب

  • پیاپی 24 (1389)
  • تاریخ انتشار: 1389/07/01
  • تعداد عناوین: 8
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  • Taha Jaber Al Elwani Page 13
    In the fifth century of Hejria, the structural unity of the Holy Koran was very well known and recognized, while it was usefully seen in the interpretations and comments onHoly Koran. The words on this subject was not limited to the topic of superiority of the Holy Koran, but indeed, it was effective in interpretation of the Holy Koran. This style,studies the Holy Koran with a viewpoint of unity, something that was thought to us by the Holy Prophet, when questions in this regard at his time were raised, which later was known as the interpretation of the Koran by the Koran. The end of the fifth century of Hegira, the inclination and degeneration of the Arab sciences and the Islamic studies commenced, and the innovativeness movement has been ceased. This study and research is a commencing prelude for a more engagement in studying this subject
  • Fouad Fadli Page 51
    Sheikh Abd al-Hadi al-Fadli, who is an innovative contemporary intellectual, spent most of his life in Iraq, and earned his academic studies in Najaf, while pursuing hisIslamic studies. He joined the organizations, which had great attention towards making a civilized Islamic future. And with the help of his teacher, the martyr, Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr made an arrangement for having a dialogue with Imam Khomeini. He wrote articles and books, which were beneficial and in line with creating educational, scientific and intellectual movements. In all his writings, he proved to be Islamic and academic
  • Zaki Al-Milad Page 79
    Sheikh Mustafa Abd-al Razeq, who is proven to be significantly an experienced man in the history of the developments of the Islamic philosophy thoughts, during thefirst half of the twentieth century, and this is specially seen in his book “An Introduction to the History of the Islamic Philosophy.” His experiences has been studied and used bythose researchers who have studied the history of the Islamic philosophy thoughts in Egypt and the world of Arabs, and has been lauded by each one of these researchers
  • Somayya Hassan Alyan Page 119
    The holy Koran has not only used the best manners, but indeed, the most clear and the strongest reasons in order to prove the rightfulness of Allah, where Allah has called uponHis followers to be obedient, the very reasons that can easily convince the sound minds and clean hearts, and can add to the faith of the believers, one of which is dialogue.The real purpose of this article is to study the dialogue of civilizations in the holy Koran, using descriptive and analytic manners and also by alluding to the related Koranicverses, where the manners, the principles and the goals of dialogue will be discussed. The Holy Koran has given so much importance to the issue of dialogue
  • Abd-Al Wahab Al-Meseiri Page 139
    This article intends to explain the true nature of the Zionism by an interpretative and analytic manner. The interpretative style doesnt mean to disregarding therealities, but in fact it means, that it should be viewed within a viewpoint of realism and innate perspective. The article tries to take away the cover of illusions, which hassurrounded the Zionism movement. It is also trying to reveal and shed light on the definition of Zionism, Jewish history, the illusions of Jewish unity and the reasons behind the emergence of Zionism.
  • Mohammad Ali Azarshab Page 163
    The consciousness is the vigor that makes the human free. All of the ever-living men of the history were trying to keep the people conscious and aware of their surroundings.The poets are the most powerful people who can keep others conscious and aware, for their tools are “words” and “music.” The power of poem is imbedded in its ability toarouse the variety emotions of the listeners. This articlecovers the poems of Persian poets such as, Hafiz and SA`adi –the Old Iranian poets-- and the poems of one of thecontemporary Arab poets Abu-al Qasim al-Shabi. Though barriers of time, place and language distances existed between the two Iranian poets and this Arab poet, they allspeak of one dialog…and that is the dialog of consciousness vigilance.
  • Sepideh Afshar Rezaee Page 195
    This article examines the story of Zulqarnain in Koranic and historical texts viewpoints. The Holy Koran has narrated this story of Zulqarnain for its Arab readers.Although the Holy Koran always tries to give advices to its readers, when telling stories and does not go to the details. The question that arises is, who is Zulqarnain and whatplace has been the territory of his government? The historians can not furnish us clear information in this context, but by considering the information that Koran givesus, and also the information given by the ancient history, we can arrive to safe conclusions.