Published: Ankara : [Metin Toker], 1954-1967
Other Titles: Akis, haftalık aktüalite mecmuası
Toker, Metin, 1924-2002. Publisher, editor.
Between the 8th and 10th centuries CE, hundreds of Greek philosophical, medical and scientific works were translated into Arabic. These translations helped shape the development of philosophy and science in the Islamic world. Through later Latin translations, they also exerted some influence in the Latin West.Most importantly, Arabic translations were crucial for preserving, transmitting and extending ancient Greek thought: many Greek texts were lost in the intervening centuries and are now only extant in Arabic translation. The Arabic translators also had access to manuscripts that were often several centuries older and potentially closer to the Greek originals than those available to editors of ancient Greek texts today.The Arabic translators’ understanding of their Greek sources was informed by their historical, cultural, religious and linguistic background. Their reading of these texts offers a new perspective on the ancient world that has the potential to enhance our own understanding.
The Digital CorpusThe Digital Corpus assembles a wide range Greek texts and their Arabic counterparts. It also includes a number of Arabic commentaries and important secondary sources. The texts in the corpus can be consulted individually or side by side with their translation. The majority of texts can also be downloaded for further analysis.
- Alexander of Aphrodisias
- Apollonius of Perga
- Gregory of Nazianzus
- Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq
- Ibn al-Nadīm
- Ibn Riḍwān
- Ibn Rušd
- Ibn Sīnā
- Ibn Suwār
- Nicolaus of Damascus
- Nicomachus of Gerasa
- Proclus Diadochus
- ps-Hermes Trismegistus
"The Persian Grammar Guide is a free online resource for Persian language learners.
The grammar guides have been created with the aid and resources available at San Diego State University’s Language Acquisition Resource Center (LARC) in order to allow Persian language learners the opportunity to build on their learning experience through an interactive, comprehensive, and self-paced online resource, filled with descriptions, examples, audio, and activities.
You can click through the Alphabet to learn the names and sounds of each letter in the Persian alphabet, then try your hand at spelling some of the basic words introduced throughout the project.
The rest of the grammar section is divided into parts of speech. These are comprehensive grammar guides that are meant to aid Persian learners by explaining the rules of the language. They are not lessons in themselves but resources to refer to in order to understand Persian language structure. Each of these sections will include descriptions of the parts of speech in English, as well as the names for them in Persian. You will also look through examples and get the chance to practice what you are learning."
Father Sabino De Sandoli's "Corpus Inscriptionum" is the most extensive collection of surviving Crusader inscriptions ever published. The inscriptions, written between 1099 and 1291, have been collected from all areas of Palestine: from Gaza to Acre, from Hebron to Banias, and from the southern part of Transjordan.
"Corpus Inscriptionum Crucesignatorum Terrae Sanctae" was published in 1973 by Studium Biblicum Franciscanum and the Franciscan Printing Press in Jerusalem.
Since 1333, when the Custody of the Holy Land was established, the Franciscan Friars have made an enormous contribution to the Crusader epigraphy. With pious dedication, they have diligently recorded the ultimate expression of the profound religiousness of their heroic predecessors.
The English translation was performed by Michael Olteanu.
Cover Pages Prefazione - Preface Indice generale - General Index Indice Bibliografico - Bibliographic Index
Introduzione - Introduction Fonti e studi - Sources and Studies Classifica delle Iscrizioni Crociati - Classification of the Crusader Inscriptions La Paleografia Crociata - The Crusader Paleography La Lingua Latina nell'Epigrafia Crociata - The Latin Language in the Crusader Epigraphy La Religiosità dei crociati - The Religiousness of the Crusaders Il Regno di Gerusalemme - The Kingdom of Jerusalem
Il Demanio Reale di Gerusalemme - The Royal State of Jerusalem
Gerusalemme - Jerusalem
I Parte: Iscrizioni Crociate dentro le Mura - Part I: Crusader Inscriptions within the City Walls La Basilica del Santo Sepolcro - The Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre
L'Ospedale di San Giovanni - The Hospital of Saint John
Il Tempio del Signore - The Temple of the Lord
Iscrizioni di altri luoghi dentro le mura di Gerusalemme - Inscriptions at other sites within the walls of Jerusalem
II Parte: Iscrizioni Crociate fuori le Mura - Part II: Crusader Inscriptions outside the City Walls La chiesa di San Stefano - The church of Saint Stephen
Il Monte Sion - Mount Zion
I Santuari della Valle di Giosafat - The Sanctuaries of the Valley of Josaphat
Il Monte degli Olivi - The Mount of Olives
Betlemme - Bethlehem Betlemme - Bethlehem
Altre località del Demanio Reale di Gerusalemme - Other Sites in the Royal State of Jerusalem Altre località a Nord e Ovest di Gerusalemme - Other Sites North and West of Jerusalem
III Parte: Le Signorie Crociate della Palestina - Part III: The Crusader Seignories of Palestine La Signoria di San Abramo (Ebron), d'Oltre-Giordano, la Contea di Giaffa e Ascalone, la Signoria di Blanche-Garde, Ramleh e Lidda, Arsuf, Nàblus, Rafidia e Sebaste, Cesareea Maritima, Caifa - The Seignory of St. Abraham (Hebron), Transjordan, the County of Jaffa and Ascalon, the Seignory of Blanche Garde, Ramleh and Lidda, Arsuf, Nàblus, Rafidia and Sebaste, Cesarea, Caifa La Signoria del Archivescovo di Nazaret, il Castello di Belvoir, L'Abbazia del Monte Tabor, il Principato di Tiberiade, il Castello di Safad, la Signoria di Bànias - The Seignory of the Archbishop of Nazareth,the Castle of Belvoir, the Abbey of Mount Tabor, the Principality of Tiberiade, the Castle of Safad, the Seignory of Bànias San Giovanni d'Acri - Saint John of Acre Appendice - Appendix Errata - Errata Indice delle Illustrazioni - Illustrations Index Indice Linguistico - Linguistic Index Indice Analitico - Analytic Index Back Cover
"This collection consists of more than 250 previously classified documents, totaling over 1,400 pages, including some 150 that are being released for the first time. These documents cover the period from January 1977 through March 1979 and were produced by the CIA to support the Carter administration’s diplomatic efforts leading up to President Carter’s negotiations with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin at Camp David in September 1978. The declassified documents detail diplomatic developments from the Arab peace offensive and President Sadat’s trip to Jerusalem through the regionwide aftermath of Camp David. Newly released items include:
Two National Intelligence Estimates on Egypt and the Middle East Military Balance.
Selections from CIA’s briefing book on Camp David created for President Carter.
Leadership profiles from the Directorate of Intelligence on the key personalities of the Camp David summit.
Intelligence on informal and formal inter-Arab negotiations and divisions between Israeli political parties with regard to the peace initiative and summit.
The role of Jordan in the peace process
Over four hundred pages of Foreign Broadcast Information Service reporting, capturing the press coverage of the negotiations, summit, and global reaction."
What is the Qatar Digital Library?The Qatar Digital Library (QDL) is making a vast archive featuring the cultural and historical heritage of the Gulf and wider region freely available online for the first time. It includes archives, maps, manuscripts, sound recordings, photographs and much more, complete with contextualised explanatory notes and links, in both English and Arabic.
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"Database of Nusantara Islam Manuscripts is a database that provides various informations related to Nusantara Islam manuscripts. The database covers a wide range of Nusantara Islam manuscripts-based research—using philological approach or other approaches; conducting by foreign scholars or native scholars. As the center of Nusantara Islam manuscripts, the database not only records the title, author, copyist, language, and literacy texts, but also provides a number of manuscript collections and catalogues including lists, and various publications relating to manuscript which is used as the primary resource of research. In addition, the database provides authors and copyists’ biographical information and their activities. Therefore, Database of Nusantara Islam Manuscripts, as the center of information and research on manuscript that can be accessed online, is very important for the manuscripts-based researches and other researches. Thus, through the information contained in the database of Nusantara Islam manuscript, various topics of research can be developed further, while the potential for duplication and plagiarism cases in the study of manuscript can also be avoided."
The Islamic State (ISIS) regularly puts out a glossy propaganda magazine aimed at recruiting jihadists from the West. It is sophisticated, slick, beautifully produced and printed in several languages including English...
'Dabiq' as it is called, bills itself as "a periodical magazine focusing on the issues of tawhid (unity), manhaj (truth-seeking), hijrah (migration), jihad (holy war) and jama'ah (community). It will also contain photo reports, current events, and informative articles on matters relating to the Islamic State."
It portrays the Islamic State as they see themselves: boasting of their victories and painting a romantic image of the restoration of an Islamic golden age and the heralding of a glorious new Caliphate based on holy war.
Dabiq is a place in Syria that is supposed to be the location for one of the final battles according to certain Muslim myths about a final apocalypse. Choosing such a name for the magazine highlights the Caliphate's goals...
In order to combat extremist groups, it is important to understand their underlying ideology. Therefore, Clarion Project will continue to post the issues of Dabiq here as they are released.
Issues of Dabiq released so far:
The twelfth issue of the Islamic State’s propaganda magazine is entitled Just Terror. It boasts about the terrorist attacks in Paris, the double-bombing in Beirut, and the downing of a Russian plane in Sinai among other attacks. It spins terrorism in the language of a fairy story, referring to terrorists as “knights,” acting to defend Muslim honor. This issue is also striking for the high number of Islamic State propaganda videos it advertizes, a sign of increased output in that area. Other pieces continue long-running themes, including attacking the legitimacy of other Islamist factions, recounting its military victories and attacking women who oppose polygyny as opposing Islam.
Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 12
The eleventh issue of the Islamic State’s propaganda magazine is called From the Battle of Al-Ahzab to the War of Coalitions. Al-Ahzab refers to a battle in the Quran between a coalition of Meccan tribes and the nascent forces of Islam. ISIS attacks al-Qaeda and castigates the Taliban for concealing the death of Mullah Omar. ISIS also accuses the Shiite messiah (Mahdi) of being the dajjal (devil) in league with the Jews. More is directed at women, who are urged to have children and care for their jihadi husbands.
ISIS also tout their establishment of gold dinars as currency and boast of having captured a Norwegian and a Chinese hostage, who are offered up for ransom in full page adverts.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq Issue 11
The tenth issue of the Islamic State's Dabiq magazine is called The Laws of All or the Laws of Men. It opened by praising the deadly simultaneous terror attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France and the massive casualties caused. It calls on children to obey Allah (ie. ISIS) before their parents and wives to leave their husbands who fight ISIS. It also boasts of expansions in the Caucasus and recruitment in Afghanistan.
Since it is the Ramadan issue, it discusses the historical victories of some of the early Muslim armies during Ramadan as well as expounding on the holiness of the month.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq Issue 10
The ninth issue of the Islamic State's Dabiq magazine is called They Plot and Allah Plots, referring to the central feature of the magazine which argues that Islamic State supporters should not fear any plans to defeat them since Allah controls the world. The issue focuses on legitimacy - both attacking that of its enemies in Syria and the surrounding Arab nations, and in building up its own, with pieces on the importance of jihad.
Most shockingly this issue ran a lengthy segments admitting to and justifying sex slavery. It threatens to sell US first Lady Michelle Obama into sexual slavery for a third of a dinar.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq Issue 9
The eighth issue of the Islamic State's Dabiq magazine is called Shari'ah Alone Will Rule Africa. Like other issues of Dabiq it focuses on Islamic State successes, leaving out the group's defeats in strategic areas of Iraq and Syria to focus on Africa. It emphasizes the pledge of allegiance from Boko Haram in Nigeria and terror attacks in Libya and Tunisia. It tries to portray an organization with a future by glorifying its child soldier program and undermining the legitimacy of Al-Qaeda affiliat Jabhat al-Nusra by attacking its allies as 'nationalists' and therefore un-Islamic.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 8
The seventh issue of the Islamic State's Dabiq magazine is entitled From Hypocrisy to Apostasy. It begins with a declaration of war against Japan. Dabiq then boasts about the murder of the Jordanian pilot by immolation, before going on to give advice for would be leaders within the Islamic State. It reiterates their commitments to war, arguing that “Islam is the religion of the sword.” It then proceeds to tout its successes in Egypt and Libya. It reiterates its division of the world into two camps and includes interviews with jihadists and hostage John Cantlie.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 7
The sixth issue of Dabiq is called "Al-Qa'idah of Waziristan: A Testimony From Within." This issue begins by taking responsibility for the terrorist attack in Sydney that killed two at St. Martin's place and again calls on the Islamic State's supporters worldwide to carry out killings of Westerners whenever and wherever they can without revealing their intentions by discussing them. Most of the rest of the magazine focuses on internal jihadi disputes, criticizing the Islamic State's detractors from within the jihadi movement.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 6
The fifth issue of Dabiq is named after the Islamic State slogan, 'Remaining and Expanding.' In this theme, it announces the expansion of the Islamic State into Sinai, Libya, Yemen, Algeria and the Arabian Peninsula after accepting pledges of loyalty (bay'ah) from terrorist groups there. It also announces the minting of gold dinars and silver dirhams in order to separate it from the international fiat currency markets and build the economy of the Islamist state.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 5
The fourth issue of Dabiq is entitled "The Failed Crusade." It focuses on the attempts by the U.S.-led coalition to counter the Islamic State and mocks what the Islamists regard as a campaign doomed to fail. They express their certainty saying "This religion is the one promised with victory." The picture on the cover is of the iconic St. Peter's Square in Rome, displaying the group's ambitions of world conquest.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 4
The third issue of Dabiq, "The Call to Hijrah" focuses on the jihadists' call to Muslims worldwide to move to Iraq and Syria to join the caliphate as soon as possible. Hijrah is Arabic for 'migration' and refers to the journey of the founder of Islam, Mohammed, and his companions from Mecca to Medinah in 622 C.E. The comparison is very deliberate and intended to invoke religious nostalgia.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 3
The second issue of Dabiq, "The Flood," uses the metaphor of the story of Noah to put across a stark message: you are either with the Islamic State, or against them and doomed to be destroyed. It calls on all Muslims around the world to pledge loyalty to the Islamic State and to move there immediately. There is also a section on the attempts to resolve the disputes between the Islamic State and other Jihadi factions such as Jabhat al-Nusra by means of mubahalah, an Islamic religious arbitration process.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 2
The first issue of Dabiq, "The Return of Khilafah" is focused on the declaration of the caliphate and what that means. Some of the ideology behind the group is explained in an attempt to persuade more Muslims to join. It also explains the name of the magazine, and boasts of ISIS' victories. It also talks about efforts made to build support among local tribal groups, reporting their pledges of loyalty to Abu Bakr al-Baghadi, the self-appointed caliph of the Islamic State.
Islamic State (ISIS) Magazine: Dabiq - Issue 1
Hadeeth ad-Dar is a quarterly publication of the Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah (DAI) driven by the DAI Cultural Season. Every season select authors, specialists, and scholars from the world’s leading academic and cultural institutions are invited to give a lecture on some aspect of Islamic art and/or culture. These lectures are edited for print and then published in Hadeeth ad-Dar. The first issue of Hadeeth ad-Dar was published in 1994, midway through the first cultural season. The magazine was published about twice a year for the next decade before settling in on a quarterly schedule. The publication is a continuation of the DAI’s practice of sharing information to promote increased awareness of and appreciation for the art and culture of the Islamic world. As such, it is distributed to libraries, universities and Friends of the DAI around the world. Hadeeth ad-Dar has a print run of 2,000 and accepts no advertising. Click on the links below to download and read from our collection of published Hadeeths.
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The Digital Archive of Brief notes & Iran Review (DABIR) is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal published by the Dr. Samuel M. Jordan Center for Persian Studies and Culture at the University of California, Irvine. DABIR aims to quickly and efficiently publish brief notes and reviews relating to the pre-modern world in contact with Iran and Persianate cultures. The journal accepts submissions on art history, archaeology, history, linguistics, literature, manuscript studies, numismatics, philology and religion, from Jaxartes to the Mediterranean and from the Sumerian period through to and including the Safavid era (3500 BCE-1500 CE). Work dealing with later periods can be considered on request.
We are now accepting papers for the first issue of DABIR. Please contact us, if you would like to contribute a paper. Our submissions guidelines are here.
Scientific journal published by the Faculty of Islamic Sciences / University of Karbala
Research is concerned with the science academy in the jurisdiction of the Quran and the Arabic language and literature for the purposes of promotion of scientific and well-known experts adopt in Iraq for the purpose of evaluating the research are published in it.
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Die Deutsch-Palästinensische Gesellschaft e.V. (DPG) ist die zentrale Organisation in Deutschland, in der sich Freundinnen und Freunde Palästinas - Einzelpersonen, Gruppen und Institutionen - in überparteilicher und überkonfessioneller Zusammenarbeit zusammenfinden, um in Solidarität mit Palästina und seiner Bevölkerung zu wirken. Gegründet wurde die DPG 1986 in Köln. Sie ist ein gemeinnütziger Verein.
Viele Menschen in Deutschland sind nur unzureichend über den Israel-Palästina-Konflikt informiert. Vorurteile gegenüber Palästinenserinnen und Palästinensern finden sich in weiten Teilen der deutschen Gesellschaft, auch in Medien und Politik. Die DPG will diese Vorurteile korrigieren, über die Ursachen und Hintergründe des Israel-Palästina-Konfliktes aufklären und dazu beitragen, dass der Konflikt ausgewogen und angemessen wahrgenommen wird.
Palästina-Journal Ausgabe Nr 07 - 2013
Das Palästina-Journal Ausgabe Nr. 07 mit interessanten Berichten und Informationen im neuen Design
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Palästina Journal Nr. 6: ZEIT FÜR PALÄSTINA!
Die neue Ausgabe des Palästina-Journal Nr. 6 der Deutsch-Palästinensischen
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