ISSN: 1818-0346

Volume 0, Issue 16

Volume 0, Issue 16, Summer 2017, Page 1-394

Iraqi-Gulf Political Relations in the Third Millennium

Qusay M al-Turky

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

That the antiguities of the Sumerian civilization and some administrative systems especially the nature of political life was overlapped among the kingdoms and emirates of Gulf region, including the system of the emirates cities governments, before, during and the third millennium BC and the subsequent periods, representing these governments elders and rulers and princes of every city in the Arabian Gulf, a Sumerian system that reflects the political reality associated objects of economic and social life, religious, and included an important historical period, historians called " city states&early dynastic period" .

A Monument for KingAššur– Akhi–Iddina (Assarhadoon),(B.C 680-669) Near AL-Kalb River

Hala . A. Suleiman AL-Rawy

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

The research focuses on analytic and technical study for a monument erected by king Aššur-Aḫu-Iddina (Assarhadoon) close to the estuary of Al-Kalb River to immortalize his military history in the region. The Assyrian sculptor proved his expertise in carving his king's scene in relief sculpture with symbols of the sacred deity in old Iraq. Moreover,it included the cuneiform text which has explained the details of the يركز

Society and Economics in TeLmsan During Zyani Era(7-9A.H/13-15A.D.)

Fuad Tohara

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

The sultans of Zyani state were attached to maintained security and stability.They secured tran sportations and punished those from the tribes against the authority and the high way men Who steal mony and attack caravans So they started new systems and made various trade relation ships between the north and south of the state .In addition to that they gane potential interst of the external traele ,by providing the mamkets for the trading activitg which is known by its well-organized and good distribwtion occording to the natureof its activity. Also they constructed hotels for merchants, and activated the role of the accomtant to limitale the system of prise as an end to all shapes of cheafing.

MusLims’ Attitude towards the Indigenous People of Andalusia

Esam Gati Dawood

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

ReLigious tolerance Prevailed in Andalusia where musLims allawed dhimis to do thir religious rites and establish their churches and temples and continue doing their affairs according to their Laws and traditions . they were aLso allowed to share their feasts and ceremonies because Muslims desired to keep agood and strang relation ship with the indigenous people of Andalusia .when muslims entered Andalusia they didn’t mean to be masters Living in Luxury but they settled with the People of the country and Lived PeaCe fuly without inter ference in their Live ‚ wey of Living or religion .

The Disaster and its Effect on the palestinian cultural Heritage

Adnan Hussein Aiyash

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

The study found that there is arich heritag and tradition in palastine. We can find rare remains and residues of heritage in every town and village dating back to the canaanite ages ‚ Romanian and By zantine eras and different islamic periods . the study also proved that the palestinian foLklor was not only acultural heritage passed on gener ations but acullural and humanitarian worle that has contri buted to the formation of palestinian national identity.

Iranian Attitude tawards the Arab Oil Boycott 1970

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

The research deals with Iranian attitude to the Arab oil boycott in 1973 and haw Iran benefited from this boycott to strengthen its economicat, security, potitcal and military power. It increased the price of oil with opec non-Arabic countries. It ganed huge amaunts of money which it used to strengthen its pawer .It made alheines with Iarael and the west and refused to participate in the oil boycott against then . And more than that , it contributed to its failure through providing them with the oil they need . Iran continued to the main strong alhy to the United states and the west through the seventies tiu the end of the shahs regime in 1979.

Soviet Union Policy Towards the Saudi Arabain kingdan In 1955, And U.S.A. Attitude

Ameer A.Hussein

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

This research aims to analyze the soviet policy toward Saudi Arabia in 1955 , this year witnessed an active Soviet Policy in the Middle East area in general , the Soviets tried to create good relations with all countries in that region especially with Saudi Arabia.In order to get the Purpose of study; the researcher focused firstly on the historical background of the soviet Policy toward Saudi Arabia before 1955, and investigate the factors which made direct influence on the soviet Policy makers to follow new attitudes in 1955.

8-Lebanese National Division in French Mandate reign (1920 – 1943)

Ammar Khalid Ramadan al-Rubaie

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

The conflict sectarian political catalyst for national division in Lebanon presents itself in multiple formats, but the most important of all is that the conflict that experienced an important stage of his political career, is the stage of the French Mandate (1920 - 1943), which produced, from the perspective of the researcher, the split emanating from discrepancies societal around the concept of the Lebanese entity the Comprehensive geographical swath which it ended Lebanon's political evolution at the hands of the French after 1920

Theory of Mystical Unity of Being in Relation with Pluarality Modes


Journal of Historical studies, In Press

This study examines problematic philosophical theological theory on the level of mystical research. This theory is not part of Anthological mystical construction but it is the main theoretical part. This study tries to shed the light on the unity of being and its philosophical references on the balance of critical thinking. The researcher attempts to reproduce this theory throughout so many disciplines concerning the philosophical foundations of such theory. This can lead to more philosophical researches. Accordingly, the present study tackles the weakness point of the previous philosophical theory on the almost the same sense and try to give the reasonable conclusions and suggestions. Obviously, this study main contribution is to answer all the ambiguous theoretical problems andmake it clear to handle.

Trade in sfaqis During the second and third centuries of Hegira

Atheer Abd ul kareem sadiq

Journal of Historical studies, In Press

The study of towns is one of the most important studies that attracted the attention of Many historians and writers because of their important role in the historical events . the commercial importance of the town comes in the first place . the town sfaqis under study Lives in Tunisia It controls international trade and dominates navigation roads. in addition‚ it relates the east and the west by its har bors .so it's an important navy base along the Me diterranean sea that Many ships and commercial fleets aimed at to be provided With different goods and knawn merchandise Which were well-known at that time ‚ especially oLives which it was known for in addition on to other in dustries as well as Carrying the goods from the west to the east and vice versa