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Publisher: Mosul University

Email:  adabarafidayn@yahoo.com

Editor-in-chief: Professor Dr. Shafeeq ibraheem saleh

ISSN: 0378-2867

The objections of Ibn al-Haj (d. 647 AH) to the grammarians Preparation

Nofal Ismail Saleh; Hussein Ibrahim Mubarak

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 11, Issue 76, Pages 91-112

Andalusia was celebrated with a lot of grammarians whose opinions influenced the Andalusian library. These include Ahmed ibn Muhammed, known as ibn al-Hajj, who was famous for his objections to the grammarians, especially ibn Asfour. He had books and explanations on the book of Sibuya and the characteristics of ibn Jaini and Ibn Asfour, We have relied in his research on the sources of grammarians who came after him and conveyed his views, and was the focus of their admiration, and contributed his personality grammatical in the support of grammatical ideas, opinions and answers and grammatical analyzes, and this our research came to view these responses and the arguments and arguments of the response to them leaving the bug of his views to other research, the effort agreat grammar can not be counted in this area.

Chariots of Gods and Kings in Ancient Iraq in the Light of the Babylonian and Assyrian Records

Mohammad Hamza Hussein Al-Ta

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 9, Issue 67, Pages 467-492

The study of the chariots of gods and kings in ancient Iraq in the light of the Babylonian and Assyrian writings has a great impact on the archaeological studies. It highlights a fundamental aspect of the two systems i.e. divine and royal that prevailed in Babylonia and Assyria for a long time. Chariots had a great importance for gods and kings notably insculptures murals and cuneiform writings. Chariots of gods and kings were the most valuable and beautiful as they were lavishly inlaid with gold silver and jewels although such materials were rare at that time; the best wood was used as well. Chariots were used in various fields. In wars where they were skillfully used as crucial weapons that helped win victories. They were used too in rituals rites myths and hunting.

Andalus Financial Affairs through Al-Muqtabus Book

al Y. Mustafa; Khaz

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 6, Issue 57, Pages 245-268

The present study investigates the financial services in Andalus (Spain). This is to be done by reviewing the book entitled with (Al-Muqtabas) lit. means (excerpt) written by Ibn Hayan Al-QurTubi (469A.H/ 1076A.D).
This paper starts with an introduction to explain the Andalus topography viewing kinds of metals animal warfare and agricultural materials. It also makes clear other fields to explain financial issues like taxes. Similarly, it is to study the expenditure of the whole state and those which are particular to Ommiad palace and the other for the public. Finally, the paper also studies the financial institutions and the coining of money.

Blending in the Akkadian Language "A Comparative Study"

eed Al-Rifaa; Zuhair Dh. Sa

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 4, Issue 50, Pages 1-18

Blending is regarded one of the significat topic in the field of linguistic studies. It is defined by the linguist as a reduction in words and phrases, i.e. it is involving the fusion of two target words for example Interpol for linternational polices. Al-Khlil bin Ahammed Al-Farahidi is the first Arab linguist who called for blending. In this paper we shall shed some light on this linguistic aspect. Similarly, we shall show the similarity between Arabic and Akkadian languages as far as blending is concerned. The study has come up with the concluding that there common characteristics between the two languages. This may support our view that blending is an ancient aspect in the arabised languages.

Features Of Education in Madina in Saudi Arabic The city of Othman Periad

Aaid bin Muhmeed Alzhrani

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 9, Issue 68, Pages 383-438

Medina witnessed the legislation and the revelation of the Prophet (peace be upon him). Thus, it took the scientific status, which is not contested by other city. It ran the educational movement towards progress and prosperity and promotes the religious sciences, literature and the dissemination of science and knowledge among members of the community who were behaviorally and culturally promoted.
Medina has retained this position throughout history, although life has seen a marked deterioration during the Ottoman Empire. Medina had been the destination of scientists for its place in the hearts of those scientists, and that progress did not depend on the state as it relied on the public.
This study presents the scientific aspect in Medina during the Ottoman era and the interest of the Ottoman sultans in Medina. It mainly focuses on the development that took place in the field of education and how it was spread over the area. The study also reflected the interest of Medina princes and the in learning sciences. They did not distinguish between cultural and scientific prosperity and between doctrinal output and moral or intellectual output. Thus, Medina became the center of sciences and students and scholars come it from all over Arab countries .

Features Of Education in Madina in Saudi Arabic The city of Othman Periad

Aaid bin Muhmeed Alzhrani

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 9, Issue 68, Pages 383-438

Medina witnessed the legislation and the revelation of the Prophet (peace be upon him). Thus, it took the scientific status, which is not contested by other city. It ran the educational movement towards progress and prosperity and promotes the religious sciences, literature and the dissemination of science and knowledge among members of the community who were behaviorally and culturally promoted.
Medina has retained this position throughout history, although life has seen a marked deterioration during the Ottoman Empire. Medina had been the destination of scientists for its place in the hearts of those scientists, and that progress did not depend on the state as it relied on the public.
This study presents the scientific aspect in Medina during the Ottoman era and the interest of the Ottoman sultans in Medina. It mainly focuses on the development that took place in the field of education and how it was spread over the area. The study also reflected the interest of Medina princes and the in learning sciences. They did not distinguish between cultural and scientific prosperity and between doctrinal output and moral or intellectual output. Thus, Medina became the center of sciences and students and scholars come it from all over Arab countries .

Family Organization and Globalization Challenges

Khlil Mohammad Huseen

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 2, Issue 43, Pages 71-90

This research studies the impact of socio-cultural Globalization on family arganization, from all sides:
structural, functional, social roles, and responsibility towards the world. It also, studies the Globalization’s effects on family’s value and other social systems in society.
Globalization will leave deep prints on the whole social structure, to mention its effects on a family’s structure in its values, knowledge, and ethical organization. Firally we will notice the changes towards happermed in recent future, regarding parent’s behavior specially their kids. A case which will change the way of social organization and its objectives.

THE DEVELOPMENT ROLE OF ORPHANAGE CARE IN MOSUL

Marah Mauyad Hasan

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 9, Issue 68, Pages 469-505

The research aims at introducing the real role of orphanage care toward boys and girls in city of Mosul and estimate its job for development.
The research appears that orphanage care have a good role in protection orphans from vagrancy and service's role of many fields like health، education and professional which rehabilitation other than social welfare and raising which replace of the family.

Blending in the Akkadian Language "A Comparative Study"

eed Al-Rifaa; Zuhair Dh. Sa

Adab AL Rafidayn, Volume 4, Issue 50, Pages 1-18

Blending is regarded one of the significat topic in the field of linguistic studies. It is defined by the linguist as a reduction in words and phrases, i.e. it is involving the fusion of two target words for example Interpol for linternational polices. Al-Khlil bin Ahammed Al-Farahidi is the first Arab linguist who called for blending. In this paper we shall shed some light on this linguistic aspect. Similarly, we shall show the similarity between Arabic and Akkadian languages as far as blending is concerned. The study has come up with the concluding that there common characteristics between the two languages. This may support our view that blending is an ancient aspect in the arabised languages.

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