Tuesday, September 30, 2014
One Day Left For Year End Sale | باقي يوم واحد على أقوى عروض السنة
Year End Sale extended, starting from 11 SAR | مدّدنا عروض السنة ابتداءً من 11 ر.س
Fly to Saudi Arabia starting from SAR 111 | سافر إلى السعودية ابتداءً من 111 ر.س
Year End Sale starting from 11 SAR | أقوى عروض السنة ابتداءً من 11 ر.س
Monday, September 29, 2014
Book: Dialogue: Its Concept, Rulings, Principles and Precepts in Light of Quranic Texts, Prophet Mohammad's SAW Sunnah and Rules of Islamic Law
Dialogue: Its Concept, Rulings, Principles and Precepts in Light of Quranic Texts, Prophet Mohammad's SAW Sunnah and Rules of Islamic Law
Abdulaziz lbn Abdullah lbn Muhammad Al-Asheikh
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Grand 'Mufti'
President of Senior Islamic Scholars Commission
President of the Permanent Committee for Islamic Research and Itta (Issuing Advisory Opinions)
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Ministry of Higher Education
Imam Muhammad lbn Saud Islamic University
King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz center for contemporary Islamic studies and dialogue of civilizations.
2012 King Fahd National Library Cataloging-in publication Date
I got this book in hard form free of cost at Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University stall at Janadriya Festival. If you are unaware of this festival then you can visit this link: Event: Janadriyah Annual Heritage & Culture Festival 29 (2014) (Updated)
I couldn’t find it online in either free or paid version thus I have scanned it to share with you all.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Antiquity Museum in King Saud University
The establishment of this museum goes back to 1387H, (1967 AD) as part of the activity of history and archeology in society. When the Antiquity Department was established in the College of Arts in 1397–98 H, this museum has become part of this department.
Collection of the first group of antiquities has come into existence through:
· Scientific trips to some archeological sites inside the Kingdom.
· Archeological discoveries made by the department staff in FAO and Rabza.
· Gifts and donations.
The main objective behind establishing the museum was to highlight the cultural and historical aspects of the excavations of the University. It follows the directives of the College of Tourism and Antiquities, King Saud University. Also to train the department students on different branches of archeology in addition to organization and museum presentation as well as maintenance of archeological pieces. The museum is divided into sections:
· FAO Exhibited Articles Section:
This section contains the articles found in FAO Village during various excavations. These include drawings of rocks, engraftments, clay utensils, ornaments, metals and others.
· Rabza Exhibited Articles:
This section includes the articles found in Rabza Islamic Site such as clay utensils, coins and other found articles.
The contents of the museum: The museum contains artifacts selected from the results of Hafriti, Al Faw, and Rabza which is part of al the college exploration which is shown in its entirety. It includes graffiti, ceramics, pottery, jewelry and various coins, statues, murals, and others stockpiled from the exploration shites.
Visiting Hours: From Saturday to Wednesday: 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. (Male Only)
College of Tourism and Antiquities, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Tel: 4675063/011 4674942 / 011
Street: Prince Abdullah St.
Fax: 01-467 5063
P. O. Box: 2454
Zip code: Riyadh 11451