Monthly Archives: January 2012

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Quote of the Day – حكمة اليوم

The heart that has truly loved never forgets but as truly loves on to the close. إن القلب الذي يحب حقيقة ، لا يمكن أن ينسى ولكن للحب الحقيقي نهاية. – Thomas More من كتاب أقوال في الحب والهزل باللغتين … Continue reading

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Theories of Poverty – نظريات الفاقة والفقر

Theories of Poverty – نظريات الفاقة والفقر Hasan A. Yahya, Ph.ds** Poverty: defining poverty in quantitative terms is a controversial issue, as it is influenced by political and moral values, as well as by economics. Therefore, poverty can be defined … Continue reading

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STEPS OF DOING RESEARCH – خطوات البحث العلمي

STEPS OF DOING RESEARCH Prof. Hasan Yahya, Ph.ds إلى القراء والقارئات العرب الكرام: هدية متواضعة مجانية من الدكتور يحيى انظر أيضا الخطوات بالعربية على فيديو يوتيوب خطوات البحث العلمي فيديو في العلوم الإنسانية – حلقة 1                       ومن ضمن كتبه ال 250 … Continue reading

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The Durban Review Conference (DRC) And the Muslim world

 The Durban Review Conference (DRC) By Hasan Yahya, Ph.D Posted by permission from wfol.tv originally published  on 11 March, 2009, at at this site: Concerning the Durban Review Conference (DRC) an organization belong to the UN is dealing with Human rights … Continue reading

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Updated: Prof Yahya: 911 is a Trojan Horse by Neo-Cons

Written by Kazi Mahmood with permission from wfol.tv (published in 2009 originally at: this site ). Interview of Hasan Yahya, Ph.D, Muslim thinker and author of at least 16 books (in 2012 – 90 books). He has lived ‘a decent life’ … Continue reading

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Crusades, Jihadists and Conflict Resolution

Crusades, Jihadists and Conflict Resolution By Hasan Yahya, Ph.D  (Reprinted by permission: From wfol.tv and the author of Crescentology, Theory C. of conflict Management and Cultural Normalization, 2008)  Everywhere, in the aftermath of 9/11 waves of shock, grief, fear, and … Continue reading

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Article Series of Ibn Khaldun/8 of 10 – مقالات حول ابن خلدون

Ibn Khaldun’s Influence on Social Thought Prof. Hasan A. Yahya, Ph.Ds  الدكتور حسن يحيى The wealth of the ideas provided in the Muqaddima has enabled several specialists to find in it the early beginnings of a number of disciplines which … Continue reading

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Article Series of Ibn Khaldun/7 of 10– مقالات حول ابن خلدون

Ibn Khaldun’s  Methodology for Analysis Prof. Hasan A. Yahya, Ph.Ds  الدكتور حسن يحيى His main tool in this work of analysis is observation. Fairly recently there has been stressed the realistic aspect of his thought. Ibn khaldun, who has a … Continue reading

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Article Series of Ibn Khaldun/5 of 10 – مقالات حول ابن خلدون

Ibn Khaldun’s Universal Work Prof. Hasan A. Yahya, Ph.Ds  الدكتور حسن يحيى Ibn khaldun’s main work, of universal value, is the Muqaddima. In the author’s intention, and as the title indicates, it is an Introduction to the historian’s craft. Thus … Continue reading

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