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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Sufi “Maqamat” in Tlemcen Folk Poetry - Ibn Misayib, Bin Traiki and Al-Mandasy as Models

Sufi folk poetry is considered to be one of the finest literary genres, as it draws on the inexhaustible source, the true Islamic religion, and combines the...

Andalusian Vernacular Proverbs from Arab and non- Arab Perspectives

Proverbs in general have attracted many Arab and Western scholars in the past and present. Throughout literary history, prominent scholars have given much...

The Discourse of Sufi Karamah Semiotic Approach

Karamah embraces linguistic and anecdotal elements that are elaborated. The anecdotal element relies on the linguistic element to become well...

Dr. Mohammed Jaber Al Ansari Up Close and from Afar

In the early sixties of the last century, some young Bahrainis were making their way to publish new, different kind of literature. The monthly...

Andalusian Vernacular Proverbs from Arab and non- Arab Perspectives

Proverbs in general have attracted many Arab and Western scholars in the past and present. Throughout literary history, prominent scholars have given much...

The Scientific Foundations of Folk Culture and Knowledge Interaction

This research concludes that Man possesses a mental structure that enables him to represent the world and what is in his world of cognitive forms, through a...

Arab Traditional Medicine Herbal Medication Techniques and Treatment Processes

This paper addresses the herbal medication applied by traditional Arab medicine. It discusses and analyzes the different methods used in treatment, the way the...

Sufi “Maqamat” in Tlemcen Folk Poetry - Ibn Misayib, Bin Traiki and Al-Mandasy as Models

Sufi folk poetry is considered to be one of the finest literary genres, as it draws on the inexhaustible source, the true Islamic religion, and combines the...

Arab Unity in Music and the Role of the Arabian Peninsula

The achievements of Arabic music are part of general human artistic and cultural accomplishments, and no civilization in the middle ages could have done more...

Jewellery Making in Al-Ahsa Authenticity and Professionalism

Al-Ahsa women gave great importance to their jewellery, tying it closely to attractiveness and beauty. This paper has tried to shed light on the close...

The Discourse of Sufi Karamah Semiotic Approach

Karamah embraces linguistic and anecdotal elements that are elaborated. The anecdotal element relies on the linguistic element to become well...

Documenting Traditional Medicine - Reality and Approaches

Traditional medicine, in its various forms, receives remarkable attention all over the world, at both official and social levels. Various traditional types of...

Symmetry and Closeness of Arab and Western Musical Practices

We cannot arrive at conclusions when discussing the relationship between Arab and Western music without referring to historical evidence and resources. The...

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