for humanities sciences al qadisiya,
2018, Volume 21, Issue 3, Pages 479-512
AbstractAkron's critical speech is one the important subjects which comfirmed an ideological and philosophical systems and also ahistorical and social ones. Throng hout limitary The critical orientation that Mohammed arkan came of with , which will be the core of the critical sylla-bus. There must be aresearving critical ideology and the moderate Islamic ideology .
The deep inspiration in the reality of the Islamic societies is actually showing a power full flow at the criticism movement among other fundamental Islamic movements , the disintegra-tian of Islamic ( wide spared ) member ship bonds along with the rise of fundamental radical Islamic speech , the massive media blow of the political lslam which invade the mast specific the lives of individuals , yet , this must be answered by the anther face of criticism , which Mohammed arkans branght as a critical method wedher aid's a cultural storage of ideological conclusions or as agereral moral. System , lt,s worth mentiony that the fundamental religion institutions is dominating the entire Islamic political social life .
The Islamic fundamental speech went through many factors on its ideological , cultural and historical ways on one hand , yet its daylily on the correctional religion ideologies on the at her , have it's important to say that the radical ideas are mainly originated farm jewedism , Christianity and ancient Islamic ideas .
Arkans critical project is one of the mast important factors which shamed up in the Islamic political ideal-agics , Arkan had been through much of hard because the correctional ideological ides was deteratiry .
Arkan was able to spred the criticism culture in the Islamic world .
The cultural interaction between the Islamic world and the west led to develop the ideological , cultural , political and social factors and at hers , as addition to that , Arkan critical theory made a great achievement of in hansing and developing criticism in various Religion constitutions .
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