Volume 3, Issue 15, Winter 2007, Page 1-127
Volume 3, Issue 15, Pages 1-16
It has been discovered that the poets of Mosul during the 4th Century were not engaged in the instructions of Islam from the point of view of behaviour.
But I have found an aspect which has not been tackled namely the intertexuality in the poetry of those poets. In fact, they made use of the Holy Quran in spite of the fact that influence has been more cultural than realistic. This intertexuality has been done in a highly artistic one. This element is not more an ornament but it has two functions, the poetic image and the poetic themes.
The poets of Mosul used inversive intertexuality. This is achieved by the fact that the Quoranic verse talks about one subject and the poet uses it in another subject.
It has been discovered that two poets used intertexuality in a very exaggerated one namely AL-Sarray AL-Raffa and AL-Khabbaz AL-Baladi, then followed by Al-Khaidiyan Brothers whereas Abu AL-Farraj AL-Babagha used it less than the others.
Volume 3, Issue 15, Pages 17-34
The Young poyts in Mosul give mighty chances in literary resulting , finalise them is phenomenon: (the abider text).
The poets describe self exclusive in the structure text , and give the structure and contexte finalise.
We insertion hereupon this subject is flying poets to adoption semantical them humanity which attend to problems and humanity preoccpations free living from the poets cohabiting for experience which i twas in his texts.
This the papers discussing futuristic denotations tolevance islamitic meanings and knobbly committed by humanity cares , and attemptabillty giving solutions for therfore.
Volume 3, Issue 15, Pages 35-46
The research is entitled "Death in abi Tammam Al Taee poetry" . It tackles the vocabulary of death in the Islamic sense in Abi Tammam’s poetry. Islam has corrected the ancient wrong view of death.
The view holds that man lives his life and this life is put to an end by time. Islam has brought its view.
This Islamic view holds that the muslim perceiver life an interral of an other new life which transcends the material. It emphasizes the world of the spieits.
Abu Tammam s poetry was researched. It has been found out that Abu Tammam was a poet of aprofound exoerience within the level of mind and emotion. It has been concluded that death . Has three facets in his poem : the inevitability of death , willingness to death , and another facet.
These three facets uncover Abi Tammam s view of death
Volume 3, Issue 15, Pages 47-68
The aim of this paper is sto study ‘Aimad al-Din Khalil’s intellectual viewpoints through considering carefully his historical and literary writings. The research also focuses on his religious calls and the abstractive method that has adopted in his historical and literary studies.
Moreover, the research tackles his Islamic studies in addition to his analyses and theories.
Volume 3, Issue 15, Pages 69-90
The Muslawi writer, Dr. Imad Al Deen Khaleel’s, professor of Islamic History at the College of Arts, Mosul University, Quranic Horizons collection is being examined in this study as his essays is rich with daily experiments and values. Texts of these essays and their artistic and topic dimensions are analyzed to reveal their various significance. The study consists of an introduction and four sections. Concept of essay, types and features are dealt with in the introduction. Section one deals with the title, section two deals with the introduction, section three deals with subject and section four deals with the conclusion.
Volume 3, Issue 15, Pages 91-106
The research tackled Mosul through Athar al Bilad Wa 'Akhbar al Ibad by Zakariah bin Muhammed bin Mohmoud Al Qazweeni. Al-Qazweeni men tionedmuch important geographical historical information about Mosul for he visited it. He told about its architecture , its climate , its religious sites , and economical social sides besides telling about its people and some of its columns. In this research the subject of the book has been reviewed and compared with a number of historians and geographers like Ibn Hauqel , Al Maqdisi , Yaqout al Hamawi and others. It has been noticed through that comparison that Al Qazweeni was distincctive in telling some narratives. Besides , some of the narratives have been similar to what have been told by the other historians and geographers.
The Security Efficiency In Planning Of Mosul city Study Between The Old & Modern Mosul City Comparing
Volume 3, Issue 15, Pages 107-127
The Researcher has divided the mosul city ,regarding its architect planning , into two parts , The first part represent (The old Mosul city) which has the Agglomerate architect matrix & narrow lanes (adjacent) & zigzag way-Accept some street which had opened at the beginning of past century e.g. Al- faroq & Nenava streets-which are the center of the city nowadays& its basic nucleus ,It meet in most of its parts about the social & security needs ,and some (residential ,economic ,service ,&other) needs. The second part (The modern mosul city) which has the faraway architect matrix
(diverge) the rest parts of city , which represent the point view of the foreign planning companies.
Since the anxiety sources (the security unsettled) varied in mosul city (U.S. army , Strangers - the kidnapping & murdering gangs -) , So the
necessity of saving of feeling in security depend on tow important factors:
* The social factor: when the social relationship strong then in the society of the old part & weakened in the society of the modern part.
* The planning factor (spatial): when the sources of anxiety cannot finding in the old part of city the fit special environment to condense its existence , while it is concentration in the modern part of city.
However , this idea doesn't mean the old city it better - in planning way – from the modern part , but it made bigger (social & security) efficiency , although its weak ability - recently – to meet its society needs (residential , economic , service , accessibility…etc) in comparing with the modern part which was in contrast to that