AL-ULOOM-UL-ARABIA <p>Refereed Research Journal <strong> Al-Uloom ul-Arabia</strong> Arabic Research Journal is a national Journal for Arabic Linguistics &amp; Literature Research. It is an Open Access Bi-annual Peer Reviewed Print and Online Journal which has become an Academic Research Journal with an International Advisory Board representing various fields of research. This journal is launched to promote the study of general fields of Arabic Linguistics and Literature i.e. Morphology, Grammar, Rhetoric, Semantics, Phonology, Prosody, the Arab World, Poetry, Prose, Criticism, Comparative Literature, Religious Literature, Subcontinent Literature, and all other fields related to Arabic linguistics and literature.</p> The Islamia University of Bahawalpur en-US AL-ULOOM-UL-ARABIA 2518-962X فكرة الاختيار في الشعر العربي <p><em>The purpose of choosing poetry for everyone is almost the same, which is to preserve the Arab heritage, although the way of expression of each of them differs in highlighting the outstanding poem in its length and its complete parts as a representative of Arab poetry that must remain in its light. Linguistic values </em><em>​​</em><em>in a disciplinary field, and this required a deep search for a model of poetry that carries the weight of this task</em>. <em>Poetry selections cannot be put in one type, but rather they represent three categories, each of which has its own specifications, taking into account the general purpose of authorship that makes some categories link with each other. The first of them: the early poetic anthologies, these selections included: Al- Sabu al- Tiwal, Al- Mufaddiyat &amp; Al- Asmaiyat.</em></p> <p><em>As we can see, it is related in terms of the general purpose of its selection to the process of collecting poetry and is also related to the selection and selection of poetry. It is based on:</em></p> <p><em>1<sup>st</sup>: Taking into account the realization of the special specifications of the anthology types in Arabic literature, and this necessitates finding a set of partial definitions related to the diversifications of the anthology, whose specifications are interrogated from the research priorities.</em></p> <p><em>2<sup>nd</sup>:</em> <em>Comprehensive awareness of the selection that indicates a distinctive indication of a phenomenon of authorship, fine as written by one or more authors or produced by an era of literature.</em></p> Dr. Syed Yasir Ali Dr. Amin Ali Copyright (c) 2023 2023-02-27 2023-02-27 11 1 1 10 المصطلحات العربية في شعر إقبال باللغة الأردية <p><em>Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal has been a famous poet, Jurist and an active leader of Freedom Movement during 20th century. He is basically known for his poetry in Urdu and Persian Languages. The central idea of his poetry was the Renaissance of the Muslim Nation. Allama Iqbal was amongst a few mentally fertile and Progressive people of that time. He had a great inclination towards Arabic language as well. Therefore, he used to employ Arabic Terminology in his Urdu and Persian poetry. Once upon a time, he was invited by his true friends to Hakeem Ameenudeen 's house to present his poetry before other poets. It was an early stage of his poetic career where there he produced rich poetic verses and employed the Arabic Terminology "Arq e Infaal" for first time. It was all of sudden that all the audience applaused and appreciated Allama Muhammad Iqbal for a timely use of Arabic Terminology" Arq e Infaal". There, Mirza Arshad Gormani forecasted that Allama Muhammad Iqbal shall become a great poet. This Article shall highlight some Arabic Terminology employed by Allama Muhammad Iqbal in his Urdu poetry. </em></p> Dr. Hafiz Ubaid ur Rahman Maqsood Ahmad Copyright (c) 2023 2023-02-10 2023-02-10 11 1 11 19 العوامل المؤثرة في تكوين شخصية سيدنا عمر (رضي الله عنه) الأدبية <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <p><em>The great personality Hazrat Umer (May Allah Pleased with him) was no doubt possessed effective and active multi- dimensional factors which not only made him not only well known in the Arab world but also prominent in the world and will be ever remembered till the day of resurrection. He was not only a charming personality at the time of ignorance but also became a glittering star when he accepted Islam. He rendered his utmost efforts in the field of call towards Almighty Allah. His accepting of Islam was a great boost for the Muslims but also paved the way towards the propagation of the religion of Islam. He was a multi dimensional personality. He loved literature. The article will discuss the factors which affected the formation of the literary personality of Hazrat Umer (May Allah pleased with him). The article consists upon the abstract, three sections; the atmosphere of time of ignorance, revelation of the holy Quran, presence of the holy Prophet (Peace be upon him), result of the research and the bibliography.</em></p> Dr. Muhammad Nasir Mustafa Dr. Sana Ayesha Khan Copyright (c) 2023 2023-02-25 2023-02-25 11 1 20 28 ملامح المقاومة في شعر الشابي -نماذج مختارة <p><em>It is a research that studies the phenomenon of Tunisian literature and its relationship to the traits of resistance, and its blog is confined to modern Tunisian poetry, which is part of it. Thus, our extensive academic research was conducted in four chapters, the core of which is national poetry, and its main objective is to reveal the characteristics of resistance in modern Tunisian poetry.</em></p> <p><em>National Poetry is a modern product of political and economic and social conditions experienced by the people at the beginning of the modern era where the Arab people saw the experience of colonialism. This situation produced a number of intellectuals, writers and poets, crystallized with a deep awareness of the degradation of life. This is why we call for the advancement and development and motivational poems and the most important among these is Abo El Qacem Shabbi and the dimension in the poetry of Abo El Qacem Shabbi. It is for this the national dimension in the poetry by Abu Qacem has been discussed.</em></p> Dr. Hafiz Masood Dr. Abdulwahab Sahravi Copyright (c) 2023 2023-02-05 2023-02-05 11 1 29 54 تأثير الإسلام في معاني الشعر وألفاظه وأغراضه في عصر صدر الإسلام <p><em>The Arabic language and poetry are inseparable like soul and body, one is inseparable from the other, and since we reached the history of the pre-Islamic Arabs, we found it associated with poetry systems, and poetry was the great phenomenon in the pre-Islamic era, and the Arabs were passionate about rhetoric and eloquence, so the miracle of the Holy Qur’an came to them</em><em>, So they were fascinated by it, and it captured their hearts, they were unable to come up with a verse like it, &amp; they became exhausted with ways to match it, so they returned to their stubbornness,</em> <em>among the accusations they accused the Holy Qur’an of being poetry, and that the Prophet (SAWW) is a poet, even though they knew that he was farther from that.</em></p> <p><em>So, Islam kept all the good pre-Islamic values, concepts and morals as they were, endorsed them, refined the impurities attached to them, and denied and fought the wrong and bad morals and concepts.</em> <em>This constructive intellectual and cultural revolution occurred in poetry as well, so Islam exploited poetry to serve the Islamic religion, spread Islamic morals, praise its beauty, praise the Prophet (SAWW) and respond to the polytheists, and refute their pre-Islamic beliefs and concepts.</em></p> Dr. Amin Ali Dr. Muhammad Qasim Junaidi Copyright (c) 2023 2023-04-29 2023-04-29 11 1 55 69 عرض وتحليل للمجموعة القصصية "كان ما كان" لميخائيل نعيمة <p><strong><em><u>"</u></em></strong><em>Kaan Ma Kaan" is a collection of short stories published by Dar Al-Makshuf in Beirut in 1937. The collection consists of six stories: "The Cuckoo Clock", "Its new Year", "The Barren Woman", "The Ammunition", "Dear the Pasha", and "Shorty</em><em>".</em></p> <p><em>The collection was translated into Persian and published in 2014, and two stories, "The Its new Year" and "Dear the Pasha", were translated into English</em><em>.</em></p> <p><em>The stories are filled with memories and dreams, and they open up horizons of the past. Although the past may be all misery, Mikhail Naimey interacted with humanity in this collection, and he meditated on life and the secrets of the human soul, focusing on emotions and feelings that he conveyed through a magical and descriptive narrative, causing the reader to interact involuntarily with them. In each story of this collection, the human ego was present. This ego is what made Khatab turn his back on the field and immigrate to America to challenge the Cuckoo Clock that took his beloved, and it is the same ego that made the beautiful woman in "The Barren Woman" commit suicide because she did not find herself in the heart of Aziz, who wanted her for the Children. In her letter to Aziz, she repeated the word "I" seventeen times. This ego is what made Shorty say, "Names among people are used like branding for cattle, to distinguish one from the other, and they do not perform the qualities of the named." Shorty repeated the word "I" four times in the first part of his letter before the author interrupted him and eight times in the second part</em><em>.</em></p> <p><em>This ego seeks its happiness and hates what harms it. This collection seeks identity in its foreignness and seeks to communicate with others in peace and love. "Kaan Ma Kaan" revealed several social themes, including immigration to the West, its positives and negatives, and its effects on Arab immigrants, the preference for males over females in the Arab mentality, in the past and present, and the issue of infertility in women, as well as the negative effects of wars on individuals and communities.</em></p> Wajiha Bashir Bushra Yasmin Hashmi Copyright (c) 2023 2023-04-29 2023-04-29 11 1 70 84