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The Story of Pre-Islamic Arabia

The Story of Pre-Islamic Arabia

The Story of Pre-Islamic Arabia

Imrul Kayes: Imrul Kayes is the best ancient poet of the Arabic language. His real name. | Hala Abu Haris Hunduz Ibn Hujar Al-Kindi. However, he is known as Imrul Kayes. | He was born in the Najd region of Arabia. Poems, songs, and melodies (wine) - with this. 'It was his life. He was more attracted to the outside than the house. So he's in the house. | Was known as Yuvraj. He was brought up with great care in his childhood. Entering youth. In the company of some vagabond youth became accustomed to a fun life. His. His father rebuked him for this. Disobeying his father's orders, the father severed ties with him. Thus the news of his father's tragic death when he was engrossed in dancing and drinking. Reaching out to him. He was shocked at the news of his father's death. Revenge of father's death

He vowed not to touch the ground and not to put oil on his head until he took it. He kept his promise. He was called Imrul Kayes because he was very steadfast. Critics of Arabic literature agree that there is no substitute for Imrul Kayes in Arabic literature. It is thought that his poetry flourished in the early sixth century. According to literary critics, this poet of Arabic literature has limited his poetry to a few subjects. Among them are the Arabian desert, the camel, the horse, and the lover 'Naija'. Incidentally, though many issues have come up. As a result of the conspiracy of the Persian emperor Justinian, when the poet wore poisonous armor, his whole body was covered with bruises. Of. As a result, the Arab poet emperor died in Ankara between 530 and 540 AD.

Socrates: Famous as a philosopher and teacher. He is such a philosopher. Gave birth to a thought, which has long permeated Western culture, philosophy, and civilization for over 2,000 years. Affected. He is known as the teacher of the philosopher Plato. This is great
Written information about the philosopher is found in the dialogues of his disciple Plato and the soldier From the writings of Jennifer. He first chose it as a profession in his personal life
Jobs in the Athens Army. Later he joined politics. He then devoted himself to philosophy. He was a great teacher who did not believe in teaching only through discipleship. There was a certain educational institution in its corner. Wherever he found, he tried to answer the basic questions.
The method that Socrates chose to find the right answer to the complex question of human life was called 'Socratic Method' (Socrates Method) and 'Dialectic Method' (Dialogue Method). Socrates continued his philosophical discussions through question and answer. At first, he used to trap his opponents and ask questions one by one. The question continued until the opponent was defeated and admitted his mistake. The first thought of Socrates' philosophy was' Know Thyself '. According to him, virtue is knowledge. All sin or injustice is the result of ignorance everywhere. "Mistakes are involuntary and wealth and power are not a permanent right," he said. This great in 399 BC Manishi was unjustly convicted in the name of justice. He was then told to plead guilty or to commit suicide by poisoning Hemlock. He chose the second. In this way, the life of this sage came to an end.
The Arabian Peninsula is the birthplace of Islam. There are various opinions regarding the origin of the word 'Arab'. According to some, from the name of a place called ‘Araba’ in the province of Tayama in the Hejaz region; According to, the South Arabs are fictional
According to another source, the Hebrew word abhors (desert) is derived from the name of Yard, the son of the ancestor Kahtan.
The origin of the Arabic name. Some people think that the people of that area were very good at giving speeches. The peninsula is named 'Arab', which literally means garden. The geographical location of the ancient Arabian Peninsula
Just as the climate has affected the inhabitants, so the overall situation there has prepared the ground for the emergence of Islam. In addition to the evolutionary trends and influences of the adjoining ancient civilizations in the case of later events. Has played a significant role. Therefore, this chapter discusses the geographical, social, religious, economic, and cultural conditions of the Arabs in the pre-Islamic period and the Egyptian, Sumerian, Hebrew, Greek, and Roman civilizations.
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The Story of Pre-Islamic Arabia


Galic Location: Surrounded by water on the Arabian Peninsula, the largest peninsula in the world, and on one side by land, the waters of this Vippe are found in the North Park.

The original fragment of the ancient Arabian Peninsula is located in the southwestern part of the Asian continent. Different.

This section is called Jaziratul Arab 'or Arab Peninsula

The Lahti Sea to the west and the Indian Ocean to the southeast

A geographical review shows that it is Asia. an Ancient Arab map before Australia was discovered

North of the border is Iraq, Jordan, Israel, and Syria. The geographical route is located at the confluence of Europe. Abidjan in America and Australia And 9 on the ground boundary Similar to Africa and Europe

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Ekati: According to geologists, the Arabian Peninsula was part of the Sahara Desert in winter and was connected to the Lakami region extending from the Central Persian region to the Gabi Desert. In fact, it is part of the desert region of Bia and Mesopotamia.

Can go Evidence from the topography of the Arabian Peninsula. In ancient times, the Atlantic Ocean. The seven streams over the Mediterranean Sea and the Syria-Palestine region make the Arabian Peninsula somewhat grassy and habitable. The peninsula extends from west to east through the Persian Gulf and Mesopotamia


Gradually sloping towards the lowlands. The mountains to the west are called the backbone of the Arabian Peninsula

It has become less and less a shield. It is called the backbone of the Arabian Peninsula, running north-south along the shores of the Lehit Sea to the west; It is 10,000 feet in the south and 12,000 feet in the north.

Ball Oman has a mountain range 9,900 feet high. The southern lowlands and some slopes (Tihama) and Najd are high plateaus. The rest of the Arabian Peninsula, except mountains and plateaus, is the mother

According to Bhatar, it is divided into three parts: Nufud, Dahna, and Harrah. In northern Arabia, the white and white Kalap region is known as the 'River'. The region is dry most of the year; There is little rainfall in winter. At that time this area was suitable for grazing as it was covered with weeds. Dahna refers to the red sandy region extending from the Nufud region in the north to Hazramaut in the south and from Yemen in the west to Oman in the east. It is uninhabitable due to hot weather in summer. However, when it rains, the fertility of the land increases, and the Bedouins live here for a while. According to the English orientalist Bertrand Thomas, the area south of the crematorium is known as 'Al-Rab-al-Khali', meaning No Man's Land. Al-Harrah is a rocky volcanic area covered with uneven lava and cracks. The eminent Muslim geographer Yakut refers to the territory extending from the west and central parts of the peninsula to the north as the Harrah region. According to Greek geographers, the ancient Arabian Peninsula was divided into three 


parts: the Arabian Desert, the Arabian Petraea, and fertile Arabia (Arabia Felix). Except for the desert and the hill country, the fertile region is grassland and it is divided into barren lands; such as Hejaz, Najd, Yemen Hazramaut, and Oman. Hejaz, the birthplace of Islam

The three main cities of Mecca, Medina, and Taif. Hajramaut, Oman located in southern Arabia

Divided into several provinces; Such as Hejaz, located in Arabia and of Mecca, Medina, and Taif.

Yemen is highly populated and famous for trade and agriculture. Geographer Strabo, in his book 'Geography', described the southern Arabian region as a very rich and fragrant country. Yemen. The word means happy or satisfied. Probably from this meaning South Arabia has been named the happy Arab land. Area and Population: Geographically, the Arabian Peninsula is currently Saudi Arabia (21,49.69 sq km), United Arab Emirates (63,600 sq km), Kuwait (18,620 sq km), om (3,09,500 sq km). Bahrain (75 sq km), Yemen (5,03,691 sq km) and Qatar (11,561 sq km) are made up of seven independent states. The current area of ​​the Arabian Peninsula is 30,6,740. Square kilometers or 11,8,98 square miles (approximately). The present population of the peninsula is 12,37,56,026. According to the historian Macrijis, the population of ancient Arabia was 12 million. In size, it is one-fourth of Europe and one-third of America.

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