vol 9 no 2,2009

vol 9, no 2, 2009

2-2009.JPG
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 (The Answer of what Aisha (God bless her) Mistook the Writers of the “Holy Books” (in Arabic
 
Jamal Abu Hassan
 
Abstract: Addressing the issue of the saying transmitted by Aisha (God bless her) where an evidence is given that in the compilation of the QURAN there are mistakes in the order it is compiled in. Upon researching the authenticity of the narrators and the narration itself, it has been definitley proven, by in depth research of the subject at hand, that every narration is fabricated. Certainly the Quran that is being read by Muslims today is free of errors. As Allah had it descended upon the messenger of Allah with no change or mistakes. The scholars of Islam, since the time of the prophet (SAWS) until today, are united in this stance.
 
Full Text
 
The Sale of Gold for a Definite Term
 
Abd Al-Mageed Dayyeh
 
Abstract: The present paper aims at studying the regulations related to selling gold for a definite term. Gold could be dinars, jewelary or raw material used in industry. This paper particulary investigates the regulations of selling golden dinars, raw gold, and the effect of manufacturing gold into other substances. It proved that monufactured gold has become a commedity sold for a term if it is exchanged by money. 
 
Full Text
 
Arabic Computational Linguistics: Concept
 (Applications, and Feasibility (in Arabic
 
Waleed El-Anati
 
Abstract: This paper aims at clarifying the concepts of Computational Linguistics as a means of modeling and representing language to a computer. This, in turn, aims at providing the computer with a form of linguistic competence that would enable it to produce, receive, become aware of, and understand language as a human being would. Due to the fact that computers are the main method of spreading the ideas of globalization, it has become necessary to discuss the importance of Computational Linguistics in preparing the Arabic language for mechanical processing, in order to face the fast moving dominance of the English language. Computer Arabization has been considered the best means of preparing the Arabic language for the age of knowledge and for its important role in building an Arab knowledge society. The paper also points out the important role of Arabic Computational Linguistics in facing the cultural and scientific conflict imposed by the dominating forces of globalization. It also refers to the use of Computational Linguistics in supporting the Arabic language as it faces the informational revolution and its cultural and economic challenges. Such aspects would be considered as a first step in establishing Arabic Information Technology that uses the Arabic language. In conclusion, the paper points out the importance of the Arabic language in building an Arab informational alliance that would establish some kind of scientific and technological balance in the world.
 
Full Text
 
A Novel “Girl from Palestine…”: its Significance and Artistic Standard in the Light of Modern Literary Criticism (in Arabic
 
Tawfik Abu Alrob
 
Abstract: It has been noticed that a Jordanian novel had appeared earlier in 1948. It is "A girl from Palestine…" for Abdulhalem Abbas. Researchers still discuss it with concern as well as disagreement. Some believe that it really gets some of the artistic features of the point of view, in that they argue that the modern Jordanian novel has begun in mid - sixties. However, both groups do not actually base their views on the readers. In fact, they have only done some brief points or general statements have put haphazardly within a wider range of studies. Thus, the reader as well as the researcher are in a great need for a critical study that tackles its narrative artistic standard and focuses on its importance in the development of the Jordanian novel. A fact that has induced me to handle this critical study which begins by an introductory note or foreshadowing for the circumstances that had affected the previous Jordanian novel before Abbas's novel. Then I move to an overall study for the novel tackling all the different basic elements in a way that gives a brief hint at its content, and studies, the style in which the beginning has been presented. Then I discuss its plot, the narrative rhythm, the treatment of the subject, the narrative style, methods of presenting events, the artistic style, language and the end. After that I conclude by pointing at the most outstanding views as well as the basic facts that come out. These views have objectively cleared out novel's weak and strong points and have presented the neutral point of view concerning its artistic standard, and its significance for the progress of the modern Jordanian novel.
 
Full Text
 
Thinking Styles Related to Some Psychological and Personality Traits for Left - Handedness University Students (in Arabic)
 
Zeiad Barakat
 
Abstract: This study aimed to identify the thinking styles for left handedness students in relation  to gender, optimism – pessimism, extraversion – introversion, and  some personality  disorders as anxiety, depression, obsession, and moody. To achieve this aim four apparatus were applied: Thinking Style Inventory, Seligman Optimism Scale, Eyzenck Personality Inventory, and Emotionality Disorders Scale. The sample of this study consists of (33) male and (35) female from Al – Quds Open University students. The results indicated that the right thinking style is common for the left - handedness students. Also the results showed that there were no significant differences between male and female, optimistic or pessimistic personality, and extravertors or intravertors personality traits in thinking styles. On the other hand, there were significant differences with emotional personality disorders due to the moody and obsessional disorders. The results of this study were discused in light of the above mentioned theoritical experimental bases & the recommendations were suggested.
 
Full Text
 
 
The Individual, Society and Revolution in the Information Age (in Arabic)
 
Akram Hijazi
 
Abstract: This search is classified under what we can nearly call the digital social science. Because of the age we live in witnesses big explosions to several scientific insurrections in the history of humanity as informational, genetic and economic revolutions. The search goes toward thinking of secretions of age through it’s central subjects related to sociology, and that:
•   The role of sociology in the information age and the ability of classical theories on it’s competence and the opposition of phenomena that resulted from the digital age.
•   The position of individual and society as two central concepts in the social science in light of the hypothetical appearance of the human being and society, and the light of fear from their disappearance in favor of the hypothetical space.
•  Viewing conceptional specific  problems which are related to ‘‘the society of the information’’, and if the issue is hung to the concept? or the construction? noticing the differences among the widespread terms as the hypothetical, actual or knowledgeable society. At the end, the search presents final notices connected to (1) the subject of social  science in the shadow of the digital science (2) the relationship between the actual society and the digital societies as a basis of it (3) the sociable interaction to limit the influence scope of the digital societies on the actual society.
 
Full Text
 
 
 
    
 
 

indexing

download 2Arabic Citation Index (ACI) st1 downloadst3 st4 st5 st6 st6 st6 st6 st1 st2 33

All articles in Zarqa Journal for Research and Studies in Humanities are published under an open access Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 license.

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

All articles in Zarqa Journal for Research and Studies in Humanities are published under an open access Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 license.

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License