ISSN: 1812-125X

Volume 2, Issue 2

Volume 2, Issue 2, Spring 2008, Page 1-216

Visions and Dreams in the Islamic Thought

karem najem koder

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 1-43

The current paper entitled 'Visions and Dreams in the Islamic Thought' tackles ahighly significant point. The Holy Quran cites many verses tackling this subject. Many are reported from our prophet (P.b.u.h.) in many prophetic traditions un covering many mysteries surrounding dreams and visions. The early moslims have also paid agreat attention to visions and their interpretations. Our main concern in this paper is also analyze the Quranic verses discussing this subject, and mention the different views of moslim jurisprudents concerning visions and dreams . The paper is divided in to an introduction and many sections. it include a definition of 'vision and dream' , showing the reality of vision in the Holy Quran and prophetic tradition . Viewpoints of moslim philosophers about both dreams and visions are also illustrated along with jurisprudents ' opinions about them. The paper concludes with our prophet's own vision, and the main conclusions of the paper.

Verbal Disagreements and their impact upon

waleed jabar ismaeal

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 45-66

the Islamic Intellect

Intellectual and verbal disagreements are considered an indication that the freedom in Islamic religion is ample. These opinions have affected human and social intellect, and analyzed and treated many intellectual problems. For this reason, the researcher showed, in this research, the impact of these verbal disagreements upon the Islamic intellect. The plan of research is as follows:
Chapter one deals with concept of belief, which is the first necessary basis of Moslim. Any defect in the basis may nullify the pillars of faith. The concept of has not been changed since mission of Adam - Allah's peace be upon him - till mission of Mohammed - Allah's blessing and peace be upon him -.
Chapter two tackles relation between theology and Islamic belief. This relationship made the theology deals with issues of religion origions confirming and defending it against those who differ in opinions. Theology treated many disagreements and details in opinions and ideas. It is not necessary that this disagreement in issues such attributes, relation between god's ability and human one as well as concept of vision in paradise is considered a main point in belief, because they are ideas that arised at the early stage of mission.
Chapter three concerns words of some Islamic mentors with regard to verbal disagreements. The principle determined by the scholars, the judge Al-Baqillani, Imam Al-Nawawi, Al-Sharif Al-Jarjani ...etc, is not to consider the person who commits a sin as infidel unless he validates it. This is the concept of medium in Islam without extravagance or restriction.
Chapter four treats impact of verbal disagreements that became obvious, after arising theology, by widening the intellectual realizations of Moslims in such verbal ideas, creating Islamic scientific curriculum and founding Islamic schools. Each school follows a special intellectual manner and trend. This led the poeple of simple ideas to fanaticism for each manner or trend; hence, they considered this intellectual and scientific wealth as a reason of separation and disagreement.
Hence, the role of verbal disagreements in the Islamic intellect became obvious. These disagreements are really considered one of Islamic intellectual development indications, because some people who believe that this disagreement is the basis of separation, yet it is the basis of intellectual freedom in the Islamic religion that unites but not separates.

Al-Dawlae Mosulia Family and their achievements in Religious Sciences

fathee salem humadee

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 67-88

Al-Dawlae Family regards as One of the scientific Family in Mosul. It has a great role in religious sciences such as speech , judgement and teaching , This family Was famous not only in Mosul, but also in graq at that time . In Al-Auobi era they are in charge of speech , judgement and teaching in Damascus city . In Al-Aumawe Mosque in Damascus the speech depend on their members one than another for more than half century Besides they established schools and it has been called Al-Dawlae schools .
This family came from A-Dawleia Village Which is part of Mosul in the 6th and 7th A.H. / the 2 rd and the 3rd A.C. . It is situated in the north of Mosul about (35K). Between Singar and Mosul . Thya Al-Deen Al-Dawlae and Jamal Al-Deen Al-Dawlae regarded as their Famous members

highlighting the life of crusades in belad alsham

musab humadee najem

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 90-115

This study aims at highlighting the life of crusades who invaded Syria and settled there for more than two centuries. Crusades' life was characterized by some features. Some of these features were brought by them and some were imposed by the nature of their military life, which represented their own modes of life at that time. Muslim temporary historians and writers noticed – throughout their observations to the events – that the ideology, customs, traditions, behavior of the crusaders and the way of life they lived were different from the Muslims' ones. So, they (historians and writers) observed them and expressed their attitudes towards them.
The study tackled the social life of the crusaders in terms of their races, languages, attributes, nature, manners, garments, dress, traditions - in feasts and wedding ceremonies - norms, their games and their amusement means. The study also touched on the crusaders' military life – represented by constructing castles and fortresses for the purpose of making a link with the West and making their existence in Syria perpetual. The study also discussed the crusaders' political life manifested by monarchy, which they conveyed from Europe to Syria, their religious life –seizing a big number of mosques and turning them into churches serving their religious goals, constructing new churches, monasteries and episcopates in the countries they occupied. The study also manifested the nature of the economic life during the crusaders' domination era on Syria including some aspects like agriculture, industry and commerce.

Abassian government after the Mongolian control of Baghdad

faez ali bekeet

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 116-139

It aims to concentrate the light on the in ported date from the Islamic history include Abasic control after the occupation of Baghdad in ( 656-676A.H.–1258-1277A.C) which was represent symbol of religion for all the Islamic world . this prestige started to dieout because the foreign forces captured on Baghdad as Boihi and Salajk So , some prices tried to change its head to their country the first try by Ahmad bin Tolon the governor of Egypt Who recall the Abassian prince Al- Motamed to Egypt But his try were failure . the second try by Mohammed Al AKShed Which failed So .
After the Mongolian extension in thirteen century , seventh century for Hijra and the occupy of the Islamic lands , They occupied Baghdad and kill the Abassic prince Ak Mstasm One person from the Abassic home who flee from the Mongolian slaughter went to the Sham land Settled at the Arab of Kafaja , During that the Aubran prince Al malek Al Naser was heared which was the governor of Demishicous and halap . So he sent demand to go to Sham to give him the government But the Mongolian attack Failed that So the Sultan ktiz tried to give it the Emam Abo Al Abass but his killed was Failed the matter . these events continuos until the sultan Bebars controlled on the government so , he sent to Abe Al Abass invited him to Egypt when he reached the Sultan was known him by the witnesses then , the head of judges decided him and his nick named Al Mstnser ballah . And because he killed near of Al Anbar by Al Mongolian he did not continuos as Duke where Abu Al Kasim flee From the battle and Went to Sham then to Egypt the Sultan Bebars gave him the government and his hick name was Bemr Allah for the prestige of the Abassian governor at the sultan they lost every thing except its hame and this refaced on the relation Ship of the Abassian with the Islamic countries which was supported by some and rejected by other so it stayed in Egypt until the Uthmanic state occupied Egypt in (922A.H-1516A.C ).

the condition falls right in the islamic dctorine

ahmed mustafaa suleman

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 140-187

The motive to neutralize the human right or to cancel perhaps it will be a lawful right so at that time the behavior will be as a reply to Islamic law orders or may be this right foe the sake of personal interests. The personal motives like good associate and treatment with creation. Lawful motives such as free work of human which is the origin of all people, other legal or lawful motives is helping poverties and lending money to the debtors as well as helping the neighbor and other creation.
The origin that this right belongs to Allah because there is no right for worshiper except Allah. So it is his order that right should be reached to his deserver.
The origin that this belongs to Allah because there is no right for worshiper except Allah. So it is his order that right should be reached to his deserver.
The origin that Allah's rights either were worships like prayer or charity, punishment or worship such as expiations, or other rights which proof the identical characteristics according to the Al-Shariah like a guardian on a little boy , and the right of fatherhood or motherhood, the sons rights in fatherhood and parentage. These rights do not accepted canceling by the worshipers since they have no right to cancel. Anyone tries to cancel any right of Allah's rights should be fought like Abu Bakir Al-Siddiq when he did fight the charity prevention. It is not all awed deceiving in the cancel of worshipers for instance one has a mount of money and he gives this money to another in order not to go to Al-hajj. Or like another person who drinks drugs in order to faint and to loss his mind to not pray in time.
Also the mediation is forbidden in order to cancel the barriers for the sake of Allah because this barrier is the right of Allah as the prophet said ((do you mediate in a barrier of Allah's barriers)).

the ways of writing in the fundamental of dctorine

muthana aref aljarah

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 189-216

This research consist of giving alight with details on the authorization methods in the doctoriaans with mean sign to the basic doctorians authorizations to eache method , in spte of showing the puplic fundamentals for it .
This investigate consisted from the introduction and give investigates and completion and conclution .
About the introduction it mentioned in it briefely the genesis of princibles of doctorine .
The first investigating showing the method of the speakers while the second one take the explaining of al hanafia method the third one took the both previos method the fourth one take the showing the branchs from the princibles while the fifth one take the explaining of the aims method the completion is to exptaining the authoring method in al-muhditheens .
Finally the conclution took the explaining the important results which gotit during this rsearch.