12,642 research outputs found

    كاد في القرآن الكريم

    Get PDF
        تناولت الدراسة (كاد) في القرآن الكريم: تعريفها، وتصرفها، وأحوال خبرها، ودخول النفي عليها، وهدفت الدراسة إلى تأكيد الحاجة إلى دراسة النواسخ في القرآن الكريم، وتطبيق منهج النحو الوظيفي والتدرج به من بطون كتب النحو، إلى آفاق التطبيق، واشتملت الدراسة على تمهيد بعنوان (النواسخ) أنوعها وعملها وثلاثة مباحث، جاء المبحث الأول بعنوان (أفعال المقاربة، تعريفها وأنواعها وعملها). وجاء المبحث الثاني بعنوان (كاد) تعريفها وتصرفها، وأحوال ظرفها، ودخول النفي عليها.  وجاء المبحث الثالث (كاد) في القرآن الكريم.  والمنهج الذي اتبعته هذه الدراسة المنهج التحليلي الاستقرائي.  وفي الختام توصلت الدراسة إلى نتائج تمخضت عنها التوصيات وهي: ضرورة تطبيق منهج النحو الوظيفي.ودعوة الباحثين إلى دراسة النواسخ، وأنواعها من خلال القرآن الكريم والحديث الشريف

    L’affaire des mosquées

    No full text
    L’affaire des mosquées. Interactions entre le vizirat fatimide, le patriarcat d’Alexandrie et les royaumes chrétiens d’Éthiopie et de Nubie à la fin du xie siècleAu cours de l’année 1089-1090, le vizir égyptien Badr al-Ǧamālī convoqua le patriarche Cyrille II et le frère du métropolite éthiopien pour leur demander des comptes sur les engagements de ce métropolite avant sa nomination : construire des mosquées en Éthiopie et assurer la sécurité des commerçants musulmans sur ses terres. Cette affaire, qui témoigne des interactions entre le vizirat fatimide d’Égypte, le patriarcat d’Alexandrie et les royaumes chrétiens d’Éthiopie et de Nubie, est mentionnée par l’Histoire des Patriarches d’Alexandrie, dans une biographie dont l’auteur était contemporain des événements. L’objet de cet article est à la fois d’établir le déroulé des événements, de saisir les modalités de l’ingérence de Badr al-Ǧamālī dans les affaires de l’Église, et les motivations qui le poussent à exiger que des mosquées soient construites dans un royaume qu’il ne contrôle pas. Entre propagande ismaélienne et redéploiement des zones contrôlées par les Fatimides et leurs marchands, l’affaire des mosquées dévoile les ressources dont dispose la dynastie dans sa politique d’influence.The Mosque Affair. Interactions Between the Fatimid Vizierate, the Patriarchate of Alexandria, and the Christian Kingdoms of Ethiopia and Nubia at the End of the Eleventh CenturyIn 1089–1090, the Egyptian vizier Badr al-Ǧamālī’s summoned Patriarch Cyril II and the brother of the Ethiopian metropolitan to question them about the metropolitan’s commitments before his appointment: to build mosques in Ethiopia and to ensure the safety of Muslim traders on his lands. This affair, which bears witness to the interactions between the Fatimid vizierate of Egypt, the patriarchate of Alexandria, and the Christian kingdoms of Ethiopia and Nubia, is mentioned in The History of the Patriarchs of Alexandria, in a biography whose author was contemporary with the events. The purpose of this article is both to establish the course of events and to understand the modalities of Badr al-Ǧamālī’s interference in the affairs of the Church, as well as the motivations that led him to demand that mosques be built in a kingdom that he did not control. Between Ismaili propaganda and the repositioning of the Fatimid empire and its merchants, the mosque affair reveals the resources available to the dynasty in its policy of influence

    Faith-based resettlement agencies: the intersections of faith and well-being

    Full text link
    Many of the local resettlement organizations in the United States are faith-based organizations (FBOs). This research explores the role of faith in these organizations and its effect on the well-being of the volunteers and the community they serve. I conducted fieldwork and interviews with staff, volunteers, and clients at FBOs that serve refugees and asylum seekers in the Boston and Greater Boston area. Although these organizations are based in faith, I discovered a complex variety of practices, expressions and understandings of faith that shaped complex interactions, experiences of the organization, and understandings of well-being. I have found that there are a variety of experiences and motivations that shape faith that affect various components of these organizations, such as public presentation, interactions with clients and decision making, and can affect individual experiences of resettlement and well-being

    The hijab between men and women in Saudi Society

    Get PDF
    Many studies by international organisations and non-Saudi researchers conclude that all Saudi women are forced to wear hijabs. This can now be questioned, particularly with the lifting of the requirement to wear hijab. Therefore, a comprehensive understanding of the hijab in Saudi Arabia is needed, especially in light of the monumental social reforms implemented in recent years. This study explores the concept of the hijab in Saudi thought, the social norms underpinning the wearing of the hijab within collectivist Saudi culture and the consequences of challenging these norms. The study also explores the views of Saudis on several stigmas linked to the hijab and the impact of specific declarations following the announcement of Saudi Vision 2030 on women’s hijab. This was achieved using a qualitative approach and semi-structured interviews to collect data on the studied topic. The findings of this study indicate that, according to Saudi thought, the hijab should cover a woman’s face and conceal her identity. These findings also reveal that there are three types of hijabs: the Sahwa hijab, the current generation’s hijab, and the hijab of new generation. These hijabs have varying degrees of modesty, and the study participants expressed different levels of acceptance for each type. Changing the rules around hijab is difficult, and it impacts the reputations of both men and women. The study findings show that Saudis reject the notion that the hijab is associated with oppression, thus invalidating the perceived stigma of oppression linked to the hijab in the West. Saudis have varying views on female freedom, with most supporting men’s prerogative to prescribe women’s behaviour regarding the hijab. Finally, participants expressed varying opinions on the recent changes in Saudi society, with most participants being aware of the impact of these changes on women’s wearing of the hijab

    Tracing Sexual Violence in Conflict as a Continuum of Violence Against Women and Girls in Northern Nigeria: Pitfalls of Law and Policies

    Get PDF
    Sexual violence is a human rights infringement that causes harm in the lives of individuals when committed and may lead to severe complications, disabilities or even death. In Nigeria, women suffer from a chain of violence which is traced from regular times to post-conflict situations in addition to other social problems like gender discrimination, gender inequality, to name but a few. As a result, this work focuses on the experiences of Nigerian women with sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict settings in Northern Nigeria, especially with the abductions of girls in Borno and Yobe States between 2014 and 2018. This research approaches the problem through desk research using the socio-legal methodology, which draws insights from the interdisciplinary lens of human rights law, international security, and women/development using post-colonial feminist theory. The primary question this work poses is how the Nigerian National Action Plans (NAP) on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) can be utilized to help end the conflict-related sexual violence continuum in Nigeria and advance the protection of women against sexual violence? The research finds that there are insufficient policy guidelines and legal frameworks for the prevention or eradication of sexual violence in Nigeria, and where policy guidelines or frameworks exist, there has been poor or no implementation