Rewaq of History and Heritage: 12th Issue

The center published the 12th issue of “Riwq of History and Heritage magazine”. It contains a number of sober researches.The researcher Jalal Al-Ansari looks into themurder ofRahmah Ibn Jabir al-Jalhami based on the local sources:al Tuhfa al Nabhaniyah, AqdAlalah fi Tarikh Awal, AqdAlnahrayin fi Tarikh Al-Bahrain and on the documents of the British Archive.

In an artistic, architecturalarcheologicalstudy, Professor Mohamed Enab discusses the Ottoman influences on the Islamic architecture in Yemen. This study sheds light on the aspects of Ottoman influences in designing Islamic buildings in Yemen, where the author demonstrates the form and extent of such influences.

ProfessorTaha Hussein Hadeel reviews the most known natural disasters that hit Hadhramaut during the 16th century AD such as: drought, starvation, rain, torrents and floods,winds, earthquakes, landslides, pests, and harsh weather. He also explains their political, social and economic effects.

Professor Labeed Hussein Al-Jabri explains the British attitudetoward the issue of the occupied South Arabia by reviewing the discussions that took place in the hallsofthe Houses of Commons and Lords and the negotiations of the parties in Janiva that culminated in independence.

Professor Hassan Al-Thani continues to explain the role of Qatar peninsula and its geostrategic site in the conflict of Gulf powers during the 19th century. He tracks the development of events starting from the fifties of the 19th century explaining the Saudi movement against Qatar in 1851, the attitude of the Qatari tribes, the consequences of the defeat of Faisal bin Turki at the battle of Mesaimeer.He stops at the events that paved the way for the 1868 agreement; known as “Kharab AD Doha Althani”.

Assoc. Prof. Zoltán Prantner. Dr. Abdallah Abdel-Ati Al-Naggar, and Prof. Dr.László J. Nagy have participated in preparing the English research entitled "IFJ. Miklós Horthy's Trips to Egypt in the 1930s". It deals with the visits of MIKLÓS HORTHY, son of the king of Hungary, to Egypt in the thirties of the past century. Those visits played a significant role in reviving the Egyptian Hungarian relations, and improving cooperation between both countries. The research gives a background, occurrences and results of those six visits based on reports of prominent newspapers and on documents of the Foreign Ministries in both countries. 


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