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Name:                            Muhammad Faris al-Jameel

Occupation : University Professor       

Occupation no :              (23519)

General Specialization :  Islamic History

Special interest :              Islamic Civilization

Addres :

P.O. Box :                       59655

Riyadh :                          11535

Office :                           4674910

Home:                            4850615

Fax:                                4850645

Adminstrative Works:

1 -    Board member of College of Arts Research Center (1995- 1999)

2 -    Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of King  Saud University (2001- 2002) (Arts).

3 -    Division Editor of Journal of King Saud University Arts (2002- 2003).

Membership of Acadimic Associations:

1 -    The Saudi Historical Society (Riyadh).

2 -    The Arab Historians Union. (Cairo).

Acadimic Qualifications:

1 -    Bachelor degree of Arts, University of Riyadh, (1973- 74)

2 -   Master of Science in Education. Indiana University, Bloomington. Indiana, U. S. A. (1978).

3 -    Master of Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, U. S. A. (1980).

4 -    Doctor of Philasophy. The University of Michigan’ Michigan, Ann Arbor, U. S. A. (1985).

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Publications:

A – Books.

1 -    Al-libas fĺ ‘Asr al-rasūl (Arabic)

(Costumes at the Time of the Prophet).

Abstract

This Study Focused mainly on the Hadith literature in order to draw a picture of the clothes of the people of that period and to examine the influence of Islam upon muslim’s fashion.

Annals of Faculty of Arts. Vol. XIV, (148.p) Kuwait University, Kuwait (1994).

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2 -    al- At‘imah -wa ashribah fi ‘asr al-Rasūl. (Arabic)

(Kinds of foods and Beverages in the time of the Prophet (PBUH))

Abstract

Few Works have been done of the topic but none of them had dealt with the hadith literature as the main source of the study.

Therefore, this paper will rely heavily upon the hadith literature in order to draw an approximate picture of the standard of living of the muslim society in that time.

Annals of Faculty of Arts. Vol. XVII, (138.p) Kuwait University, Kuwait (1996).

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3 -    al-Hijarh ilā al-Habashah (Arabic)

(The Emigration to Ethiopia)

Abstract

The subject of this book deals mainly with the muslims,

Ordeal thay Faced in Makkah at the hands of Quraysh. Thus they were forced to immigrate to Ethiopia in order to Save their Lives and practice freely their new faith. al-Riyadh; Dār al- Faysal. 2ed. (149.p), 2004.

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4 -    al-Nabi- wa- Yahūd al-Madina:

Dirāsah tahliliyah Li- ‘alāqat al-Rasūl bi- Yahūd al-Madinah wa- Mawāqif al-Mustashriqin min-hā. (Arabic).

         The Prophet “Muhammad” and the Jews of Madina.

Abstract

The main theme of this book is the relation between Prophet Muhammad and the Jews of Madina, mainly the Three major Jewish tribes: Qurayzah, Banu al-Nadir and Qaynuqa’ and the Orientalists views Concerning the nature of the relation.

al-Riyād: Markaz al-Malik Faysal LiL- Buhūth wa- al-Dirāsāt al- Islāmiyah. (2002)

 (329.p)

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B- Articeles:

1-     al-Khawātem al- Islāmiyah fi- al-qarnain al- awal wa- al- thāni
al- Hijryain. (Arabic).

         (Islamic Rings in the First and Second Centuries, A. H.)

Abstract

         This paper is an attempt to examine the history and usage of rings (Khawatem) by Muslims during the first and second centuries of Hijrah. It focuses on studying rings according to their subject, e. g. inscriptions, drawings, etc.

         A special attempt has been made to interpret the meaning and significance of such inscriptions. For this purpose, the rings have been divided into three groups:

1 -    Simple rings made of silver or iron, usually bearing the name or nickname of the holder.

2 - Rings with inscriptions consisting mainly of an exhortation or a wisdom (sagacity). In adition to the name of the holder.

3 -    Rings with animal or human drawings.

         Journal of King Abdulaziz University. (Arts and Humanities) Vol.2, pp.47-69. Jeddah

         (1989).

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2 -    Hilyat al-Nisā’ fi ‘asr al- Rasūl (Pbuh) (Arabic)

‘Women’s Jewelry in the time of the Prophet.

Abstract

         The purpose of this study is to shed light upon women’s Jewelry used at the time of the Propher Muhammad (PBUH) so that one can draw an approximate picture for some of the aspects of social life during that period. Such a picture would help to know the material status of the people of that time. Likewise, the effect of Islam on women with regard to the acquisition of jewelry will be one of the concerns of this paper. For the purpose of the study, Jewelry has been divided into five groups: ear jewelry; chest and neck jewelry; hand jewelry; feet jewelry and various kinds of other jewelry.

Journal of King Saud University. (Arts) (1) Vol.7, pp.75-110 Riyad (1995).

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3-     Arā' Ibn AL-Hāj fi Ta‘lim al-Sibyān.

(Ibn AL-Haj's Opinion on the Teaching of Children).

Abstract

The aim of this study is to compare Ibn Al- Haj's opinions on children's education, with the opinions of the pioneers, i.e. Sahnoon, his son Mohammed and Al-Qabisi, in order to know the extent of change that took place in the problems regarding teaching and education, between the time the issue was raised in the first four centuries of Hijra, and in the Mamluke era, i.e. in the seventh and eighth centuries of Hijra.

Arab journal for the humanities, No: 65, pp.9-46 Kuwait University, Kuwait. (1999).

 

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C- Papers presented at the annual meetings of the Saudi Historical Society:

1-     Islām ‘mar Ibn al-Khattāb (Arabic)

How Omar ibn al-Khattab Embraced Islam.

Abstract

Due to the Importance of this occasion Muslim Historians provided us with many different versions regarding that matter Accordingly, this paper will serve as attempt to examine all these different versions. Hence the aim of the author is to sort out what is acceptable and what is not among these somewhat, conflicting accounts.

Journal of the Saudi Historical Society. No:1, pp.11-56. Riyad, (2000). Arabic.

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2 -    Ijlā’ Omar ibn al-Khattāb Li-ahl al_dhimma - Dimma.

(The Evacuation of non- Muslim Subjects from Arabia by Caliph Omar ibn al-Khattāb).

Abstract

Both traditionists and historians gave different accounts regarding the issue. The traditionists consider the religious factor as the cornerstone for the evacuation, while the historians, place more value upon the objective reasons, e.g; political, economical … etc.

Thus, the aim of this paper is to review carefully the accounts of both the traditionists and historians and compare them. So one can decide which justifications for the evacuation are more acceptable, in order to understand the attitude of the Caliph towards the non-Muslim subjects.

Journal of the Saudi Historical Society. No: 7, pp.1-51. Riyad, (2003).

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3 -    Rihlat al-Nabi-ilā al- Shām wa- Muqābalat al-Rahib Bahira (Arabic).

(Prophet Muhammad's Meeting with the Monk Bahira).

Abstract

There are numerous conflicting reports regarding Muhmmad's Journey with his uncle to Syria during his childhood and the meeting with Bahira. The purpose of this paper is to read and examine carefully these different historical accounts pertaining the Syrian journey, in order to place them in their historical form.

Journal of the Saudi Historical Society. No: 11, pp.57-98. Riyad, (2005).

 

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