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Mostafa 65
06-03-2009, 05:00 PM
26th International Competition of Holy Quran (Tehran, Iran)
Website: http://www.26qp.ir

Proposed Subjects of Writing Essays for 26th International Competition of Holy Quran

First field: the promotion of Quranic culture
1. Consequences and blessings of promoting Quranic culture and its education in society
2. studying and criticizing calamity methods in promoting Quran
3. The place of Quran in designing a curriculum of education
4. Using information technology methods for promoting Quran.
5. The role of thinking and interpreting in promoting Quranic culture in society
6. Possible techniques to establish familiarity with Quran among the various classes of society.
7. The pathology of methods in promoting Quran.
8. The obsolete of Quran and the way to remove it.
9. Scientific miracles of Quran

Second field: improving consumption pattern in Quran
1. Quranic stories about consumption and analyzing them
2. Quran and destiny of extravagance societies
3. Possible techniques in promoting correct consumption culture and economizing and productivity
4. The wage of economized societies and the consequences of productivity from Quran viewpoint.
5. The relation between moderation principle and the correct pattern of consumption.
6. The relation between donation and the correct pattern of consumption.
7. The Criteria of correct pattern of consumption in Quran

Third field: justice in Quran
1. The role of justice in developing Islamic societies, based on Quran verses.
2. Quran and its education about justice and establishing it in society
3. Negative consequences of injustice in society, based on Quran view
4. The efforts of Muslims along history for establishing justice by focusing on Quran
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Mostafa 65
06-05-2009, 08:40 AM
You can send your Articles for us via info@26qp.ir up to 20 June 2009
Best regards.
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Mostafa 65
06-06-2009, 06:28 AM
The Structure of Writing Essays for 26th International Competition of Holy Quran

1- The structure of essay should follow: title, abstract, key words, introduction, main body text, conclusion, endnote (if there is), and references.
2- At the end of any quoted sentences should mention to the reference in a parenthesis as: (name and sure name of the author, published year, volume, page).
Note 1: repeated references should mention as the same first time. Do not use words like Ibid, opt …
Note 2: if there is more than a works for an author, specify it by alphabetical letters.
3- Additional explanations and proper names or expressions should come at the end of main body text titled endnote (references here would be as the same main body text that noted above).
4- References should sort based on alphabetical arrangement as:
Book: sure name and first name (published year), title, translator (if there is), publication location, publisher, publishing number, volume.
Essay: sure name and first name (published year), title, the name of journal, volume.
5- Abstract should contain 300 words including: JEL classification, title, subject, methodology of research and its most consequences, key words (utmost 10 words)
• Papers should select in a form of with margins: top 2cm, bottom 2.5cm, right and left 2cm.
• Essays should write in one column.
• Font should be Times New Roman 14
• Line spacing should be single.
Key points:
Whole document should contain 25 pages of 300 words.
It should have not published anywhere else.
Accepted essays will publish in a proceeding of 26th essays of international competition of holey Quran.
Address:
Scientific Secretariat Section Of Writing Essays For 26th Competition Of Holey Quran, Imam Sadiq University, Research Center, Modiriyat Bridge, Chamran Highway, Tehran, Iran.
Website: http://www.26qp.ir
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korelmis
06-06-2009, 06:27 PM
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I sent a abstract entitled "A Medical Inspection to Prohibitions in the Quran" via info@26qp.ir
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korelmis
06-07-2009, 05:46 PM
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Dear Mustafa,

Today, I received a mail from "info@26qp.ir" regarding my essay. But, I didn't understand. Its language is Persian. Please, help me to understand.

Ba salam khedmat Dr. NurzadBa tavajjoh be inke in mosabagheat, beinolmelali mibashad, jenabaali ham mitavanid sherkat farmaeid. az maghalat shoma ke motabegh mehvarhaye mosabeghat bashad esteghbal mikonim.dabirkhane elmi mosabeghat
www.26qp.ir

با سلام خدمت جناب دکتر نورزاد
با توجه به اینکه این مسابقات، بین المللی می باشد، جنابعالی هم می توانید شرکت فرمایید. از مقالات شما که مطابق محورهای مسابقات باشد استقبال می کنیم.
دبیرخانه علمی مسابقات www.26qp.ir
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Mostafa 65
06-10-2009, 09:03 PM
Hello and thank you Mr Korelmis
That Email belongs to another man and unfortunately was sent to your Email. a mistake was done. Thank you for sending your article.
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korelmis
06-10-2009, 10:42 PM
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:thumbs_up

Thanks!

I met with an expert on Persian language, who translated for me and said that "this mail is not related to you and is a letter from scientific secretary to Dr.Nurzad".

Thankfully, the abstract of my article was published on the web site, the address of which is: http://ar.26qp.ir/details.aspx?p=abs&id=33
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Mostafa 65
06-17-2009, 03:35 PM
The final time of sending your articles to the competiton site or email is up to 1 July 2009
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luckybuilding
05-17-2010, 06:17 AM
27th International Competition of Holy Quran (Tehran, Iran)

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luckybuilding
05-17-2010, 07:19 AM
27th International Competition of Holy Quran (Tehran, Iran)
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Proposed Subjects of Writing Essays for 27th International Competition of Holy Quran

1st field: The Holy Quran and Ahl al-Bayt.



Position of Ahl al-Bayt in the holy Quran
Position of the holy Quran in traditions of Ahl al-Bayt
Method of interpretations of the holy Quran in the school of Ahl al-Bayt
Methods of Ahl al-Bayt in teaching the holy Quran
Ways and Mechanisms of Updating the teaching of the holy Quran in the school of Ahl al-Bayt
A study of the verses concerning Ahl al-Bayt in the holy Quran
Features of ‘Uli al-‘Amr (the people in authority) in the holy Quran
A Study of the view of Ahl al-Bayt toward the immunity of the holy Quran from alteration
Position of Quranic sciences in the traditions of Ahl al-Bayt
Ahl al-Bayt and their access to the Knowledge of the Book
The relation of Ahl al-Bayt with those firm in Knowledge in the holy Quran
Foundations of Quranic training by Ahl al-Bayt
Concept and hierarchy of guardianship (wilāya) in the holy Quran
Internal aspect and internal exegesis of the holy Quran in the perspectives of Shiite Imams
A comparative Study of Imams of Fire and Imams of Light in the holy Quran
Impact of the Quran on the individual and social conducts ofAhl al-Bayt
Impact of the Quran on the Political and cultural conduct of Ahl al-Bayt
Impact of the Quran on the familial conduct of Ahl al-Bayt
Impact of the Quran on the interaction of Ahl al-Bayt with the followers of other divine religions
Quranology of Ahl al-Bayt
Foundations and bases of contemplation of the holy Quran in the schools of Ahl al-Bayt
Strategy of Ahl al-Bayt towards schools of interpretation by personal opinion
Role of Ahl al-Bayt in elimination of the Quran from being shunned or abandoned
Position of memorizing and bearing (haml) of the Quran in the school of Ahl al-Bayt
A study of the concept of interpretation by personal opinion and its extensions in the school of Ahl al-Bayt
A study of the concept of abandonment (Mahjūriyya) of the Quran and its extensions in the school of Ahl al-Bayt
A study of the concept of the correct recitation (Tajwīd) of the Quran and its extensions in the Ahl al-Bayt
A study of the concept of Ahl al-Dhikr and ‘Uli al- ‘Amr in the holy Quran
A Quran analysis of frequently read Supplications in the school of Ahl al-Bayt
An Analysis of exegetical traditions of Ahl al-Bayt in Shiite commentarien
An analysis of exegetical traditions of Ahl al-Bayt in sunni commentarien
Position of scientific interpretation in the exegetical traditions of Ahl al-Bayt
Manifestation ofQuranic patterns in the scientific and practical conduct of Ahl al-Bayt
Mahdawiyya (believing in the reappearance of Imam Mahdī) and universal rule in the holy Quran
A New survey and comparison of the structure and contents of transmitted versions of Hadith of Thaqalayn
Tracing the Hadith of Thagalayn in the work of non-shiite thinkers
Methodology of Imam ali in application and interpretation of the verses of the holy Quran with special focus on Nahj al-Balagha
A study and explanation of the holy Quran as a criterion and a source of reconciliation in the criticism of Hadith
A content and structural comparison of Quranic supplications with ziyara scripts and supplication of Ahl al-Bayt
Position of the holy Quran (identity, teachings, and practice) in supplications, and ziyara scripts of Ahl al-Bayt
A re-discovery (in terms of identity and teachings) of the Quran in al-sajjadiyya
A rediscovery (in terms of identity and teachings) of the Quran in Nahj al-balagha
A rediscovery and classifications of exegetical interpretations of Ahl al-Bayt
The role (historical, social, political, and jurisprudential) of the Quran and Ahl al-Bayt in preventing the community of the holy prophet from misguidance
A comparative study of the attitude of the scholars of Shiite and sunni schools toward Hadith of Thaqalayn



2nd field : Quran and Insight (Basira)



1- A semantic analysis of insight in the Holy Quran

2- Causes of insight in the Holy Quran

3- Obstacles of insight in the Holy Quran

4- Necessity and significance of insight in the Holy Quran and Hadith

5- Achievements and outcomes of insight in the Holy Quran and Hadith

6- Aspects of insight in the Holy Quran and Hadith

7- People of insight in the Holy Quran and Hadith

8- Pathology of insight from the perspective of the Quran

9- A study of rectification (Islāh) and corruption (Ifsād) as two campaigns in the Holy Quran

10- The loyal and disloyal in the Holy Quran

11- Role of Ahl al-bayt in calling to insight

12- Relation of insight with men possessed of eyes "Ulual-Absar" and men possessed minds "Ulual-Albab".

13- Relation of insight with confusion of truth and falsehood.

14- The criteria distinguishing the from the falsehood.

15- Relation of admonition or lesson (Ibra) with insight in the Holy Quran

16- The difference between the prophets and illegitimate rulers (Taghūt) in giving insight to the community from the Quranic perspective.

17- Hierarchy of insight in the Holy Quran

18- Social classes and role of each of them in be stowing insight on the community or their role in making the community capable of receiving insight

19- Blind following and insight : pathology and challenges

20- A study of antonyms of insight (A ᷾mā, Amā, …) in the Holy Quran

21- A study of the concept of insight and its extensions in the Holy Quran and teachings of Ahl al-bayt

22- Mechanism and means of access to insight according of the Quran and @

23- insight and its relation with virtue (taqwā)

24- Paradigms and role models possessing insight in the school of the Quran and Ahl al-bayt

25- Patterns of a society of insight according to the Quran and Hadith

26- Patterns of the society without insight throughout history in the Holy Quran and Hadith

27- Role of insight in creation of self-confidence according to the teachings of the Quran and Hadith

28- Role of insight in campaigning against self-humiliation or alienation, and individual as well as social identity crisis

29- Role of insight in campaigning against cultural as well as military invasion according to the Quran and Hadith

30- role of insight in knowing the enemies and countering them in the Holy Quran and Hadith

31- role of insight in campaigning against arrogance and defending the oppressed in the Holy Quran and Hadith

32- role of insight in campaigning against poverty, corruption, and discrimination in the Holy Quran and Hadith

33- role of insight in maintaining one's independence, intellectual and civil freedoms in the Holy Quran and Hadith

34- role of insight in campaigning against religious deviations, political and civil seditions in the Holy Quran and Hadith

35- Position of the Quran in correcting the concept of insight as understood by ignorant people prior to Islam, and explaining the epistemological frame works of insight

36- Role of Quran in predomination of Islamic insight over Tewish and christion one in earlier days of Islam and after that.

37- Position of insight ( religious, social, historical, human, and faith oriented ) in correct understanding and interpretation of the Quran.

38- Position of collective insight in the Holy Quran and rediscovering of methods, strategies, and mechanisms of propagation and promotion of the Quran in the Muslim society.




The 3rd field :The Quran and the Quran and Humanities



1- Position of humanities in the Holy Quran

2- Sciences of the Quran and those of the modern man from interaction to conflict

3- Application of humanities from the perspective of the Holy Quran

4- Methodology of the Holy Quran in infusing knowledge

5- Mutual expectation of the Holy Quran and humanities

6- A Quranic criticism of the secular humanities

7- The extent of influence of Qurqnic foundations in creation of religious knowledge : minimal and maximal perspectives

8- Quality of application of humanities towards better understanding of the Holy Quran

9- Quranic foundation of knowledge ( philosophy of humanities based on the Holy Quran )

10- Role of Holy Quran in formation of the modern science in the Islamic civilization ( based on particular sciences and distinct historical era )

11- Role of Holy Quran in the growth and development of humanities in the Islamic civilization ( based on particular sciences and the way of influencing )

12- Possibility and quality of using the Quran towards customizing of the Holy Quran ( based on particular scientific backgrounds )

13- Methodology of benefiting from the Quran in humanities ( identification of methods based on distinct fields and disciplines )

14- A comparative study of ontology of the Holy Quran and that of the modern social human sciences

15- A comparative study of anthropology of the Holy Quran and that of the modern social human sciences

16- A comparative study of epistemology of the Holy Quran and that of the modern social human sciences

17- A comparative study of teleology of the Holy Quran and that of the modern social human sciences

18- A comparative study of aesthetics of the Holy Quran and that of the modern social human sciences

19- A comparative study of deontology of the Holy Quran and that of the modern social human sciences

20- A comparative study of identity of religion in the Holy Quran and the modern social human sciences

21- A comparative study of axiology of the Holy Quran and that of the modern social human sciences

22- A Quranic study and evaluation of the history of social thoughts and beliefs of Muslim thinkers expert in social and human sciences

23- Scientific education in a Quranic discourse

24- Sources of knowledge in the Holy Quran

25- Quranic value of humanities

26- The boundary between knowledge and non-knowledge in the Holy Quran

27- Mechanisms of scientific development in the Holy Quran

28- Phenomena, behaviors, and teaching contrary to knowledge according to the Holy Quran

29- Patterns of pioneering in knowledge based on the Holy Quran

30- Religionization and legitimization of knowledge based on a Quranic analyses

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All the writers whose papers are accepted for presentation and publication by the referees of the scientific secretariat of essay-writing section of the 27th International Holy Quran Competitions, will receive ticket cost that is 100 percent. In addition to this, they will be located in one the top palaces (Hotels) of Tehran during the conference and this will not have any cost for participants as well. More details about this will be provided on line in near future.

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