Vol. 1 No. 1; December 2013

Vol. 1 No. 1; December 2013 (6)

The Encyclopaedia of the Qur’an and the Orientalist terminology of Islam: The imposition of translated equivalents to avoid translation. A case of teleology in research and translation

Authors: Alejandro Romero Burgos & Nicolás Roser Nebot

The Exploitation of Women in Northern Africa: The Case of Morocco

Author: Mª Teresa González Santos

Palestinian Martyrdom Operations (Al-Amaliyat Al-Istishhadiya) from an Israeli Perspective

Author: Basaam Yousef Ibrahim Banat

Intercultural Pragmatics in Foreign Language Learning

Authors: Isabel Cómitre Narváez & José Mª Valverde Zambrana

Study and critical edition of "Kitab Al-Tanbih Ala Al-Mugalata Wal Tamwih"

Author: Mohammed Banat

Traumatic loss experiences and social adaptation among the families of Palestinian suicide martyrs (Istishhadiyin)

Author: Iyad Khamaysa

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