Volume 1, Issue 3

Dec, 2018

The ACRPS has published Issue 3 (December 2018) of its peer-reviewed journal AlMuntaqa, dedicated to Humanities and Social Sciences, and published in English. The issue includes the following studies: “Iraq is not Artificial: Iraqi Trends and the Refutation of the Artificial State Hypothesis” by Nahar Muhammed Nuri; “Kirkuk in Iraqi Narratives of Victimization and the Victimizer” by Khalil Fadl Osman; “Ethnic, Linguistic, and Religious Pluralism in Oman: The Link with Political Stability” by Ahmed Al-Ismaili; “The Demographic Gift in the Arab World: a Blessing or a Time Bomb for Morocco?” by Brahim Elmorchid; and “The Congruent Critique of Despotism in 'Abd al-Rahman al-Kawakibi and Shaykh 'Ali Abdel-Raziq” by Hicham El Haddaji.

AlMuntaqa 3 also contains an analysis of the Arab Opinion Index: “Public Opinion of Women's Rights and Democratic Values” by Dana Elkurd; and two book reviews by Hamza Mustapha of The Issue of the Kurds in Syria: Facts, History and Myth; and Khalid Walid Mahmoud of January 25: Research and Testimonies.

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