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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Abu, Suaud Ajarhi - The Potter and Sultan of the Sufis

This paper focuses on the character of Shaikh Al ‘arf Billah Abu As-Suaud Aijarhi , one of the prominent Sufis of Egypt in the Tenth Hijri Century He was...

Popular Beliefs and Roots of Magic Phenomenon

The writer thinks that continuity of some practices of magic at the beginning of the Twenty First Century is a matter of astonishment as the man of this age...

Nabati Poetry In the Arabian Peninsula and the Gulf From the Poet of the Clan to the Poet of the Million

This article sheds light on the commencement of Nabati poetry. It is commonly held that folklore poetry is composed by laymen intuitively and impromptu to...

A STEP IN THE DREAM

With the launch of the first issue of “Folklore Culture” magazine, the long- awaited dream has come true. The road to this end has not been a rosy...

Documenting Arab Folklore … A Political Issue

The researcher raises a number of questions concerning stages of documentation experienced by cultural societies in today world. While international...

Samples of the Most Important Forms of Arab Folk Dance

This paper reviews diverse multitudes of motivations behind evolution of dance and its content. It indicates that practice of forms of folk movements...

Abu, Suaud Ajarhi - The Potter and Sultan of the Sufis

This paper focuses on the character of Shaikh Al ‘arf Billah Abu As-Suaud Aijarhi , one of the prominent Sufis of Egypt in the Tenth Hijri Century He was...

Popular Beliefs and Roots of Magic Phenomenon

The writer thinks that continuity of some practices of magic at the beginning of the Twenty First Century is a matter of astonishment as the man of this age...

Migration in Yemini Feminine Folk Songs

This paper asserts the fact that Yemeni feminine folk song as much as it reflects conditions of society with its changes, it is also shrouded by sadness, pain...

Elite Celebrations in Tuareg Region Janet Oasis As An Example

This paper deals with the Celebration in Tuareg communities connected to urban groups that prefer to be called Keel Agram instead of Tuareg. In their language...

Nabati Poetry In the Arabian Peninsula and the Gulf From the Poet of the Clan to the Poet of the Million

This article sheds light on the commencement of Nabati poetry. It is commonly held that folklore poetry is composed by laymen intuitively and impromptu to...

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