ISSN: 1812-125X

Volume 2, Issue 3

Volume 2, Issue 3, Autumn 2009, Page 1-185

the temptation in the Holly Quran and Sunna

read hashem hadi

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2009, Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 1-30

This paper came to study the temptation in the Holly Quran and Sunna through five researches, the first one took (the meaning of temptation in the language and among public explainer) while the second one took the study of (the temptation the disbelief and disobedience), the third took (the temptation of the disbelievers and Hypocrites) while the fourth one took (the temptation of the nations) the last one took (Allah's Sunna in General of the temptation).
This paper study the choosing symbols from the temptation through it and what happened by it and what result from the texts of the Holly Quran and Sunna according to the understanding of the (temptation) which fixed the first research.

the prophet's name that mention in the holy Quran

basel kalef hmuod

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2009, Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 32-77

The research deal with the prophet's name that mention in the holy Quran by analysis and linguistic study even the names are Arabic, foreign or arabization in the way of lingual and dictionary analysis and reveal the meaning of every name and it's connection , harmony and relationship between the live and role als. The condition of every prophet consider the context that the name mention in it in order to help us to get the meaning of every name using the basis and scientific sources helping us to reveal to semantic and connection of every name with the nominee. The example of the interpretation books (collection of Quran rules , Al Kurtabi , the medicine keies , Alrazy , writing Ibn Ashoor) also there are lingual victionary like (Linguistic standard , Ibin fars , Arab tong , Ibn Mandoor) The research a serous attempt to give a new vision in semantic lesson and one part of holly Quran pronunciation in its good expression , election of words.

the time of building for events in the Quranic story (as the story of mosa)as symbol

yousif suleman ismaeal

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2009, Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 78-100

Time sequence of Koran story is intermingled and full of time hints to achieve certain goals . They concentrate on the event expressing the purpose with the concentration on concord using representation coming in various shapes according to the subject and setting aside other issues like content and goal . Thus we are left with various time structures for the events of Koran stories . The researcher used Moses ( peace be upon him ) story to be the example of the analysis of this research due to its structures and repeated appearances in many places .
The current research consists of an introduction and six parts.
The introduction included defining its title items : time , event , and time structure of events to create the cornerstone vision of the research . Each one of the six parts dealt with a type of time structures : the sequent , ingredient , parallel , circular , repeated and inductive .
The research takes an analytical approach of the events of Koran story included in time structure by following and viewing the scenes of Moses ( peace be upon him ) story to magnify its artistic , and objective sides for each one of those time structure models .

Ibn Suraige Al-Baghdadi and models of his Usoolion idea

mustafa mhamad ameen

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2009, Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 101-123

Ibn Suraige Al-Baghdadi is a greatest science of Al – shafeia. and he is known by ' shiakh al shafeia '. and he is known by 'Al-Baz al Ashhab. He has an important idea which is dependent in Al fikeh science. He differed the Usoolion general in some problems ,like the entrance the boy in takleef telling and the keeping of the general before the search on specialize. Also he differed the Al-Shafee emam himself in the copy of Quran by the Sunna and he allow that.

almushbiha in mouslems

nayif mhamad

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2009, Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 124-141

Follower of Anthropomorphism in Islam

The research deals with the views of Followers of Anthropomorphism in Islam who compared Allah with man . these Followers can not be called a sect because of their different affliution . they depended on the explicit interpretation of some quranic verses that refer to some features of Allah like ( hearing , sight , speech , hand , foot … ect ) . some of them went too fur to say that Allah has a body .

It seems that these opinions came as a result of the influences exercized by pre – Islamic religions especially Judaism and Christianity as well as the ancient Persian religions . Famous among the followers of Anthropomorphism were Muqatel bin Suleiman and Mohamed bin Karam in addition to Hisham bin Al-Hakam and Hisham bin Salim Al-Jaoaliqi . Also famous among followers of tautology were Mudhar , Kahmas , and alhujaimi .
The aim of followers of anthropomorphism was to conter Al-Jahamia , followers Jaham bin Safwan who avoided the divine features . But they went to extremes , and fell in anthropomorphism . In turn Muslim scholars faced the followers of anthropomorphism until their opinions came to an end .

Sheikh Ahmed Alserhende . the man of mission and correcting

yehya hussen ahmed

Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine, 2009, Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 142-160

I selected on Sheikh Ahmed Alserhende - God's mercy
who is one showed God created and to address to defend the book of God and Sunna Nabih deviations, but for tyranny that prevailed Kingdom of Islam and the Nation of Islam in India at the hands belong to the unjust tyrant Creative
"Jalal Aldeen Akbar" and scrapped the religion which came from when he called himself, "Divine religion" after the riots nation India all.
I divided the research into two chapters.
Chapter I: the era of Sheikh Alserhende
It consists of four researches :
Study I: King largest, and fight for Islam.
Study II: bad scientists and support of the king Jalal Aldeen Akbar.
Study III: divine religion.
Study IV: King's book at the largest West and its authors.
Chapter II: It consists of three researches:
Study I: Sheikh Alserhende
Study II: style Sheikh, advocacy and how to reply to the King ( Jalal Aldeen Akbar)
Study III: Arrest of Conclusion research, and Sources margins.