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البريد في الأدب العربي من الجاهلية حتى نهاية الدولة العباسية

البريد في الأدب العربي من الجاهلية حتى نهاية الدولة العباسية

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Title: البريد في الأدب العربي من الجاهلية حتى نهاية الدولة العباسية
Author: عبد الرحمن يوسف إبراهيم, إبراهيم
Abstract: This study is regarded as an analytic description to the Mail system in Arabic literature during the period extended from the pre- Islamic days up to the end of the Abdasids state. Abde Rhman yousef Ibrahim. The most important objective of this study in to have readers get acquainted with the mail system which was prevalent during that period, and it has as its major findings the faits that it was the Persains who first came to know the mail and from whom the Arabs took it into their homes. Yet some Arabs even rode it such as Imro Algaiz. However the Prophet (peace be upon him) was certainly so familiar with it that he could enfirely depend on it particularly in his reply to the calling of kings and princes to embrace Islam. Most Kalifs were also so conversant with the Mail, that the kalifa Omer (May God be conseuf from) who had set an special champer for the mail which characferized by whole strictness, swiftness and confideufiality. How ever, what is worth meutioning at that time was a mail system which was set by the first time between Makka and Madina. Regarding the postman, only a confident person could be trusted to serve the job as his duty was to keep the security and to supervise the affairs of the state. Horses were also used in the Mail as on important means, however , to word the end of the Abbasids state camels were used for the same purose and were as Gamazat. Doves were also used as the mails and could have played major role particularly in Gramatic war against the state. The most prominent mail. containing literary texts were about three points as the follows: First, the fear that the Arabs experienced of the mail as they were very unhappy from mail system. Second, the selection of swift animals and the mutilation of their tails as procedures of discriminating mails from others animals . Third, how it was a dispraising act against the mailman
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/11782
Date: 2015-06-14


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