Published by:
Deanship of Scientific Research
Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Amman, Jordan

ISSN (Print Version): 1684-0615

ISSN (Online Version): 2616-2814





Volume 1, Issue No 2, 1992


Islamic and Hassan Bin Thabet Ainiyyah Poem



Pages: 53 - 79


This study of al Aiyniyyah Qaseedah of Hassan bin Thabet attempts to explore the Central cultural and psychological insight of the poet in inviting Bani Tameem to convert to Islam in the year of Wufud, and that such insight was revealed among the Islamic party of Muhajireen and Ansar. In Spite that the Qaseedah of Hassan bin Thabet was a Naqeedhah ,Muqaiyadha by the al Aiyniyyah Qaseedha of al Zabriqan bin Bader (Nahnu al Kiramu fala Haiyya Yu’adiluna...), Hassan was able to praise the Prophet and the Islamic party, to make Bani Tameem understand the message and to proclaim Islamic ideas. This study also highlights the style of al Da’wa and the art of al Wa’th, in addition to making use of Islamic methods of studing texts, which led to discovering and correcting of the mistakes that others made in their study of this Qaseedah. These mistakes resulted from the assumption that Hassan’s attitude and convictions expressed in the Qaseeda were non-Islamic Jahili based on strong feelings for his people and their glorious past......

Jordanian Places in Omayyad Poetry



Pages: 141 - 185


This research is a mere attempt to show the interest of Umayyad poets in certain Jordanian places as reflected in their poetry. Including the crucial role of these places, their verses were also an important source for the study of Jordanian role in historical events. Poetry, in addition, described war and commercial industries, departure of armies, transportation. Looting of rich towns. Poetry, also, dealt with the distribution of tribes and the concern Caliphs showed toward these towns. It, also, informed us about poetical festivals which took place in Jordan and attended by poets residing in Jordan, as well as, bards invited from outside. Therefore, Jordan and its places were alive in Omayyad poetry which illuminated, Social, economic, historical, geographical and intellectual dimensions of these places......

The Indication of missed issues in Modern and Ancient period.



Pages: 37 - 52


Some ancient as well as modern Arab Scholars have missed to differentiate between certain phrases that are often used in Arabic, e.g . al wajh al hassan and al wajh al ahsan, or fi haja ila and bihaja ila. Explanatory examples and texts selected from various countries, in addition to comments and explanations of grammar and style should be interesting and useful to concerned scholars and institutions......

The linguistic Meaning and its Identified Elements which is Based on the Modern Linguistic Lesson



Pages: 113 - 140


This research discusses the relation between utterance and meaning. The problem which ancient Arab grammarians restricted in a controversial. The research represents a deceptive horizontal perspective view which emphasizes that many linguistic ingredients ( inside or outside Lang) unite to reveal intended meaning > it means that the elements of utterance as well as word- order ,addition ,deletion ,parsing and lexicon are in harmony with situation elements, as well as context of situation. Stress and intonation. In this research, the main aspects of classical Arabic language embrace modern linguistic achievements, to shed light on the way of enriching and developing general Arabic linguistic culture......

Companionship, is an Image from our Good Arabic Islamic Images.



Pages: 221 - 258


This paper addresses the concept of al-Nadeem (The companion) in Arabic and Islamic civilization. Dictionaries have profusely painted out the unanimously approval lexical meaning of the term as referring to a drinking companion. But scrupulous research has proved beyond doubt that the term has a much wider sense than that conveyed by dictionaries. Among other connotation, the term “Alnadeem” means consultant and brother. Having a “nadeem” (companion) has become a common custom not only among kings, caliphs, princes and leaders but also among layout men. The relationship between the two companions is primarily based on strong affection and mutual respect. They disclose to each other their inner feelings and thoughts which they hide from others .very often, they show brotherly and manly attitudes towards each other. One is ready to sacrifice his life for the other. Generally, “ al-munadama” companionship has over the years acquired special and plain characteristics accordingly, al nadeem should meet certain requirements which determine his obligation towards his companion......

Corrections and Notes in Alzamakhshary Lexicon “ Asas Al-Balaghah”



Pages: 187 - 219


The dictionary of |”Asas al-Balaghah||” by Al Zamakhshari is deemed by the majority of scholars of linguistics as the first famous Arabic Dictionary, in which the new alphabetical order was followed strictly by authors. This dictionary of language is characterized by certain unique lingual characteristics which make it a pioneer dictionary in certain respects; hence, it was appreciated and given due care from modern scholars and old ones alike and it was published more than once. Among the different issues of this dictionary, we chose the one which we used in our teaching Arabic lexicography in the Arabic section in the university, i.e. the issue edited by Abdul Raheem Mahmoud, with an introduction by Ameen Alkhuli, and published by Dar-Elmarifah – Beirut, 1979. In the long period we spent with this dictionary and taking into consideration its uniqueness in its method, properties and linguistic treatment of items, we were upset by the fact that it contains many mistakes; these can be classified under the heading of Tashiif, Tahriif, or inaccuracy of orthography, both in poetical or prose texts. We consider that leaving such errors in this important linguistic reference may cause ambiguity and misunderstanding not only in beginners but also scholars with advanced knowledge of Arabic. In this pare, we have registered some of the errors which we noticed hoping that this will help in correcting this important dictionary, so that its new edition may serve the Arabic reader better.....

Arabization and Arabized Between The Ancients and Modernists



Pages: 15 - 36


This research deals with the problem of translation to Arabic, which is one of the mostly discussed problems among people concerned with Arabic translation of other languages today. The reader will find in this research several Arabic words presently used in Arab societies, which have their origin in foreign languages. Such words are examples of the historical and linguistic flexibility of the Arabic language. Names of persons, places and cities e.g Ismail, Ibrahim, Samarqand are excluded from this paper because they are generally disputable among nation......

Judicial Review of Administrative Action in The Jordanian Legal System “A Comparative Study “



Pages: 81 - 112


Judicial review pf administrative action is necessary for maintaining the citizen’s fundamental rights. The courts are authorized to review acts of public administration. They are, also, empowered to quash wrongful public administration acts. Compensation may be awarded to the injured person as a consequence. Judicial review may be carried out by the ordinary courts. It may be carried out by the administrative Courts as well. As for as Jordan is concerned, Jordan had adopted a unitary judicial system since 1952 till the end of 1988, from the beginning of 1989; Jordan has adopted a bilateral judicial system. An independent high justice court has been authorized to review certain reviewed by the ordinary courts......

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