The Intellectual Role of al-Aqeeda (Doctrine) Magazine Najafi
CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC STUDIENS MAGAZINE,
Volume 8, Issue 16, Pages 275-312
AbstractAl-Aqeeda (Doctrine) Najafi Magazine is considered as one of the targeted languages in Najaf, established in 1948, chief-edited by Fadhil al-Khaaqaany , and first issued in Diwaniya then transferred to Najaf.The magazine had tackled different moral, religious, political, and economical topics; hence, it introduced a new vision in treating the different aspects of contemporary problems. It severely criticised the official principals then accusing them of being people of self-concern rather than being concerned much of their own people. Therefore, it state authorities prohibited the magazine and claimed that it had led a destructive thoughts, especially Communism. Such authorities made use of the fact that al-Aqeeda had had good relationships with all Iraqi social classes in Najaf regardless of their education resources and their own intellectual trends. Accordingly, it had been entirely closed after editing only twenty issues.
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