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Bani Abi AL_Ward AL_Lakhmi in Banzart; A stndy of its Politcal status (404-555)

Modaris; Ahlam Salih Wahab Al

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 3, Pages 177-192
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.148064

The immigration of the Arab tribes now present in the south of Egypt especially the tribes of Bani Hilal, to the west of the Arab Land is a cause for the deterioration of bani Zen al-Sanhaji state.Its power was limited within the walls of al-Mahdiah city, and it became under the control of the Arab tribes specially the African cities suburabs. Some of the powerful people in Africa also fully controlled the cities they were ruling. This situation was the cause to control cites like Bni Maki in Qabis, Bani Khurasan in Tunisia.

The Mythical Influence in Abi - Alala’s Elegies Sakt Azzand as a Case Study

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 15, Issue 1, Pages 633-646
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.159227

This study aims at shedding light on the mythical Influence in Abi - Alala’s Elegies Sakt Azzand. The study consists of an introduction and two sections. The introduction tackles the close relationship between the poetry and myth. The first section is devoted to the influence of animal myths on this diwan. The second section shows the influence of star myths – whether embodied in earthly animal or pure star myths. We studied the way in which the poet employed myths in his poetry.
Through this study it became clear that poetry and myth are twins. Despite the fact that the human conscious was separated from the mythical thought, it was still influenced by it. Abu Alala made full use from these myths whether star myths or animal ones and whether native or universal but his employment of myths differs from one place to another. Sometimes, he enters a dialogue relationship with myths and mixes what is Arabic with what is universal. Other times, the merely narrates the mythical narrative.

The poetic of description in the ra' rhyme of Umar bin Abi Rabia' The argument of ego and the other

Asst. Prof.Dr. Salih Muhammad Hasan Ardaini

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 1, Pages 271-292

The research investigates the poetic of description in the ra' rhyme of Umar bin Abi Rabia' represented at three levels : Dramatic , narrative , and descriptive for one of his night adventures with his girl friend ,Nu'm . His ability and skill in employing description is obvious . Description was not static and ordinary , it was expressive connected with feelings and sensation . It was inspiring and gives the described objects clear dimensions and implications for enriching the events .

Objects , times , places and personalities acquire specificity from the descriptive language which does not depart away from narrative language , description becomes directed by narration or what we call description poetic which is achieved in the Umari text and represents the case of disruption and departing away from prevailing conventional values . It embodies the state of struggle between what is holy and corrupted love .

Woman, in an enticing way made his poetry strange and suprising . This is what we are going to analyse, because we believed that description poetics has resulted in the departure away from conventions.

Finally, we have to confess the difficulty to draw a border line separating between the three descriptive levels because they are interrelated wholly or partially in the poem . The levels are arranged to serve the ideas and sequence of the poem as follows:

1.Dramatic description .
2.Narrative description .
3 .Illustrative description .

The Emarate of Musa Bin Abi Al-Afiya in Tasool A study in its Political Situations A.H.

Salman Muhammed Salman Al-Badrani

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2014, Volume 13, Issue 1, Pages 365-384

The Emarate of Musa bin Abi-Al-Afiya in far Morrocco in the first half of the fourth Hijrate century was established with an appointment from the Fatimid State, an am evaluation for his distinguished efforts to help this state to occupy Morrocco. He exerted great efforts to control the north to the city of Talmasan, the centre of Morroco. His troops also occuppied the city of Odghst, the capital of the Sanhaji Emarate to the south. His ambition did not stop to this extent, but he declared his independence from the Fatimid state, he took the Andalusi Umayid side to add legitimacy to his rule in Far Morrocco. He died in A.H/ A.D.

Exceeding the Sorrow of Remains Through the Praised Person and Wine in the Poetry of Abi Nuaas

Sahira Mohammed Al-Hubeiti

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 2, Pages 37-50

This research tries to show the exceeding of the Abi Nuaas for the tragic feeling that viewer remains generates actually or poetically since the remains are considered as pole that witnesses the crispness the existence and the absurdity of human activity and the plan of the research was made on a preface that ensures the change of the critical approaches the old and new ones for the presence of this tableau and the function it performs then we have suggested a flash about the poet's situation, Abi Nuaas, poetically hesitative from stopping at the remains, then we have suggested the most important opinions that the remains of Abi Nuaas in the performative side of the research and we have presented the reading for two poetic samples for the mentioned poet, and each of them were on the top of a remaining tableau and the most important purpose was for praise, where we find the poet never to dominate its vision for the black sign of sorrow after reaching to its praised person and he never care about the condition of becoming and change which were dominating the vision in the remaining tableau. While the second subject was formed from two tableaus; the first was remaining and the second was wine and we have found him calm and quiet during his speaking about wine forgetting what remains produced like the grief in his self. From our reading, we have reached that the poet and throughout his speech about the praised, Al-Ameen Caliphate that had given supernatural qualities, while wine, the poet found in it a shelter from feeling sad since wine never affect time motion and it is as much as proceed in time becomes more good as if it was timeless, and thus its dipsomania would be out of the condition of becoming, change and death inevitability.