As the world struggles with the pandemic and its widespread impact, the Kingdom of Bahrain and its people have emerged as one of the global leaders in terms of dealing with this contagious virus. The Kingdom has taken a number of pro-active precautions and provided multiple forms of support to protect our dear country from the consequences of this pandemic. The efforts of the workers on the front line of resistance is an example of great sacrifice.
Adham Al-Sharqawi is a heroic symbol of a rebellion against tyranny and injustice. His uncle was killed unfairly, so he decided to take revenge for his murder and operate out of the law. Even though he was officially a criminal, people empathized with and supported him against injustice, oppression and slavery that prevailed in his time.
It has been observed that the majority of the religious (i.e. prophet praising) singers can only create rhythm using two basic means: by the tambourine (of various sizes) and with hand claps. This paper presents the artistic and cultural reasons behind why they had to resort to only these two means.
Digital libraries spread in the world, and the American "Google Library" became very famous. The library cooperated with international libraries, including European and French libraries, such as the Lyon Township Public library, to digitize books.
In cultural festivals or various folkloric celebrations, Moroccan folk dances captivate the viewers’ hearts. The magic embedded these dances is what motivates some researchers to study them and understand their implications.
Yemeni architecture is based on an extended and rich heritage. Some studies prove that it dates back to the second millennium BC. The architecture celebrates the building methods that fashioned cities in perfect harmony with the local landscape, as the majority of the Yemeni landscape consisted of rocks. Therefore, they were used to cutting the rocks, engraving them, and using them in building temples and towns and roads.
People of the Arabian Peninsula were the first to use prayer rugs among Muslims, which was made at the beginning from palm fronds, then later from different fabrics such as luxurious natural silk.
The study of traditional crafts that use palm trees of the Merowe region contributes to understanding the cultural heritage in the region in all its various fields; folk literature, customs, traditions, beliefs, traditional knowledge, performing arts and material culture in general.
The study of quantitative and qualitative trends of folk culture is one of the new studies in the field of folk culture. In our region, there is a stressing need for bibliometric studies, which use the statistical methods to analyze books, articles and other publications applying the methods that are frequently used in the field of library and information science. These studies will enable us to study the quantitative and qualitative trends of intellectual production.