Rewaq on the Channel of Qatar Forum for Authors

The editor general supervisor of (Rewaq of History and Heritage) reviews the content of the last issue on the channel of Qatar Forum for Authors,during the 31st Doha International Book Fair, on Friday 21st of January 2022.

He noted that the issue begins with a research by Professor Hassan Bin Mohammed bin Ali Al-Thani, entitled (The Strategic Location of Qatar and Its Role in the Conflict of the Powers of the Gulf during the Twenties of the Nineteenth Century). In this research, he sheds light on the strategic location of Qatar and its role in the conflict of the powers of the Gulf during the second decade of the nineteenth century. He starts from the operations of Rahma Bin Jabir in the Arabian Gulf,his deathand destruction of Al-Bidaa, and he ends with the return of the Saudi influence to the region with the beginning of the third decade.

In the light of OrhanPamuk's novel  My Name is Red , and in a research entitled   Naghshkhane of Istanbul and Decoration of Manuscripts: A Reading in the Cultural History in the Light of the Novel  My Name is Red , Professor Jamal Mahmoud Hajar presents a reading in some of the aspects of the cultural history of the Ottoman Empire, at its capital Istanbul, during the sixteenth century.

In his research  Tit Ribat in Doukkala: History and Architecture . Professor Ahmed Al-Warth tells about Tit Ribat, or Al Amghar village, in Doukkala and its role in the history of Morocco from its foundation in the second half of the fourth century AH (tenth century AC) until its occupation by the Portuguese in the early sixteenth century AC.

In his research   Al Bakiriya School and Mosque at San: An Archeological and Architectural Study , Professor Mohamed Ahmad Abdul Rahman Anb discusses some problematic issues about the history of constructing Al Bakiriya School and Mosque at Sanaa in Yemen. He presents also a descriptive study of the mosque and its architectural and artistic elements.

In his research  Works and Signatures of Syro-Lebanese Pilgrims in the Monastery of Mount Sinai , Professor Mohamed Helmi Mustafa Al-Saied talks about a collection of memorial signatures and texts in the monastery of Mount Sinai. These were written by Syro-Lebanese pilgrims who passed by the monastery since its foundation in the sixteenth century until the nineteenth century AC.

In his research  Peace Between Muslims and Europeans: A Papal Covenant and a Royal Decree in Favor of Mount Zion Monastery , Professor Ali Ahmad Mohamed Al-Said sheds light on an aspect of peace between Muslims and Europeans by comparing between a papal covenant and a royal decree in favor of Mount Zion Monastery, giving the monastery exemptions and privileges as being a symbol of coexistence among religions.

In his English research   The Golden Age of the Egyptian-Hungarian Relations During the Reign of President Gamal Abdel Nasser , Professor Abdullah Abdul Ati al Najjar discusses the Golden Age of the Egyptian-Hungarian relation, during the reign of President Gamal Abdel Nasser, by shedding light on Abdel Nasser's two visits to Budapest: the canceled visit due to the Suez crisis in 1956 and the actual visit in 1958,through documenting both archives of the Egyptian and Hungarian Foreign Ministries.


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