A Review: The Church in the Shadow of the Mosque (Sydney Griffith)

Middle Eastern Christianity and Islamic Philosophy: Mutual Influences and Polemic Midterm paper: Book Review Book Title: The Church in the Shadow of the Mosque: Christians and Muslims in the World of Islam Author: Sidney H. Griffith In “The Church in the Shadow of the Mosque”, Griffith offers a major highlight on understanding the reality of […]

Social relations between Muslims, Jews and Christians
in the Medieval Islamic West

Research Paper: On Mark Cohen’s Book “Under Crescent and Cross: The Jews in the Middle Ages.” “the myth” and the “countermyth,” and Cohen’s position as he develops it in the course of his book. How he describe the position of Jews (and dhimmis in general) in medieval Islamic society as opposed to that of Jews […]

الاسكان في القدس- ورقه بحثية

الاسكان في القدس مقدمة- القدس قبل وبعد أوسلو القدس بين إسرائيل والقانون الدولي قضية الإسكان في القدس تسجيل الاراضي إحكام سيطرة اسرائيل على الأراضي: مصادرة املاك الغائبين المناطق المغلقة : الاعلان عن اراضي الدولة رخص البناء الخاتمه : هدم البيوت المراجع الاسكان في القدس مقدمة منذ قيام إسرائيل سنة ١٩٤٨ ، واحتلالها لفلسطين الذي امتد […]

Memoirs of an Early Arab Feminist: The Life and Activism of Anbara Khalidi- A reflection

Memoirs of an Early Arab Feminist: The Life and Activism of Anbara Khalidi- A reflection It actually doesn’t happen very often to grab a book from cover to cover in one single strike, especially when it is a book you are handling for research reasons, and you are not really supposed to finish it all. […]

Jerusalem, Between Urban Area and Apparition

Jerusalem, Between Urban Area and Apparition From Multi-ethnic City to nationalism? Jerusalem in the early 20th century   Mamilla Introduction : Jerusalem, City of Collision. Home to the most sacred sites to all three religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam; that embraces within it the Western Wall, a remnant of the Second Temple and the holiest […]

Research Paper : Jerusalemites : Acquired rights and given rights within the UDHR

November 2011 What are the rights we did not receive from occupation What are the rights we want to receive and couldn’t receive? The General Assembly proclaims The UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of […]

Review on Mohammad Arkoun’s Articles

Mohammad Arkoun is described by his followers as the liberator of Islamic heritage, despite his expansive critical views that managed to create significant attacks against him from most Islamic scholars and defenders. The fact that he went in depth into critical analysis to Islamic concepts has been unpreceded and hence unique. Such critical analysis and […]

Research Paper : The Agreement between the Vatican and Israel

The Agreement between the Vatican and Israel: Historical Background: Theodore Herzl met with Pope Pius X in 1904 and asked the Roman Church to support Jewish aspirations for a return to their traditional homeland in Israel. The pope was blunt. “The Jews have not recognized our Lord. Therefore we cannot recognize the Jewish people.” For […]

Research Paper : Private Security Companies that are hired to Protect Settlers in Jerusalem.

        Legal Aspects 5-2-2010   Private Security Companies that are hired to Protect Settlers in Jerusalem. General situation on checkpoints: In 2003, Israel state comptroller published a report urging the development of an overall strategy for checkpoint administration. But only in 2005, when the comptroller began working on a follow-up report, did […]

مقارنة بين القدس في العهد البيزنطي والأموي من الناحية السياسية والدينية والمعماريةResearch Paper.

مقارنة بين القدس في العهد البيزنطي والأموي من الناحية السياسية والدينية والمعمارية. شهدت القدس سباقا حضاريا بين الشعوب المختلفة , اتسم بالمنافسة الواضحة في السباق المعماري , الذي شكل طابع المدينة في معالمها الدينية المختلفة . في حين حاولت القوى المختلفة بسط نفوذها على المدينة بالقوة , إلا أنه سرعان ما حاولت تلك القوى رسم […]

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