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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Sheikh Abdul Qadir Al Jilani in Folklore

Sheikh Muhyiddin Abdul Qadir Al Jilani was born in 470 AH (1077 AD) in Gilan, a village on the shores of the Caspian Sea in northern Iran. He grew up in a...

The Concept of Soul in Bahraini Society

This study investigates the concept of the soul in Bahrain. Bahrain’s heritage plays an important role in positioning souls within the framework of...

The 1001 nights’ tradition in Italy

With this quotation from the Qur’àn, al-Gahiz emphasizes the degree of consideration God has given to laughter, relating to life as the opposite...

Cultural Convergence

Culture has been through ages the string that holds all constituents of societies together, and a highly influential cause that creates great convergence among...

The 1001 nights’ tradition in Italy

With this quotation from the Qur’àn, al-Gahiz emphasizes the degree of consideration God has given to laughter, relating to life as the opposite...

Sheikh Abdul Qadir Al Jilani in Folklore

Sheikh Muhyiddin Abdul Qadir Al Jilani was born in 470 AH (1077 AD) in Gilan, a village on the shores of the Caspian Sea in northern Iran. He grew up in a...

Children’s Games in and around Bahrain’s Springs

Bahrain is known for its many natural springs both under the sea and on land. Historically, Bahrain’s prosperity has been attributed to its fresh water,...

Popular Recipes in the Levant Countries

This study aims to explore the impact of geography on popular recipes. Bedouins - sheep and goat-herding desert inhabitants  - are famed not for their...

The Call for Rain in Imazighen (Berber) Rituals and Legends in North Africa

Taghonja or ‘rain’s bride’ is a ritual widely known in Northern Africa, in both Arabic and Tamazight-speaking areas. One of the oldest...

The Concept of Soul in Bahraini Society

This study investigates the concept of the soul in Bahrain. Bahrain’s heritage plays an important role in positioning souls within the framework of...

An Approach to Studying Crafts and Handmade Products

Research into crafts and handmade products may be of interest to large segments of Arab society, in addition to being relevant to impoverished craftsmen, to...

Visual Art as a Means of Conserving Jerusalemite Identity

Visual art plays a major role in preserving heritage as a component of human visual memory. Visual art is related to people’s relationship to their...

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