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Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - The location of Zionism on the human map (Politics) - The government of Ahmed Wad Izeiriq (History) - Banona and Khansaa (Folk literature) - the nature and trajectories of the October 21st revolution.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - Lectures on the doctrine of the afterlife - News from our society - Last week's headlines and news - medical talk (nutrition ) - Garden of Poetry: the Rubaíyyat [Quatrains] of Úmar al-Khayyam - Women's talk (the habit of destruction among children)
Country location: Sudan
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Editorial
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - Middle Eastern countries are making an effort to transport the United Nations from New York (politics) - The press during the time of Almahdiya reign (history) - the history of the short stories in Sudan (literature) - The Jaboody (folk poetry) - The Zionism issue (politics) - and several other topics and drawings.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.newspapers
Description: Minister of Social Affairs defends suspension of rural council elections. Bata celebrates visit by company's heir. Foreign Minister gives lecture on journalism and press freedoms.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - Celebrating the Mawlid (Birthday) of Prophet Muhammad - The negotiations that took place between the Egyptian and British governments - on Sudan and the defence of the Suez Canal - pages from Islamic history - sports
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Issue contains: - The 70th anniversary of the Battle of Karari, by Abd-Allah Rajab. - The evolution of Arabic poetry, by Awn Al-Sharif Qasim. - In addition to several other topics
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - The difficult equations in national development - The first human that appeared in Sudan - Lessons from the life of Prophet Mohammed [PBUH] - Arabs from the Ocean to the Gulf - Other miscellaneous topics.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An editorial note addressing the decision to publish numbers of one and two of volume five of the journal.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - Thoughts on Work - Lectures: Sufi orders - what are they? - Medical talks: Headache - Some of the secrets of the Soviet-Nazi Alliance: the Russian-German friendship - Literature Section: Anecdotes of Mutanabbis (False claimers of Prophethood).
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - The devil's diaries - Uncle Jadayn (a story) - The press throughout Sudan's history - The Shashai (Sudanese folk music) - Folk poetry - The folkloric content of the Kambala dance - The Darfurian languages and dialects
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: Al-Mawalid Nabawi (Celebration of the Birthday of Prophet Muhammad) -The legislative assembly - Womanese - Labour and Labourers
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: Women corner, Sudanese poetry, Short story Literature
Country location: Sudan
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Correspondence
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: This issue contains miscellaneous topics on arts, literature, economics, sociology, translation, medicine, etc, including the following: - The concentration of industries in cities - Three concepts for love - Saád Mikhaíl - From the Ocean of Science - Leonardo De Vinci - Other topics
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - The Hijab in Islam - The World in a Week - Arabic programs for London Wireless Radio Station - Sudanese Women Message
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - The nature and aggravation of the dilemma of South Sudan - the intellectual movement in Mahdia - Arab chemistry - African arts - Music in popular poetry, and other topics
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: - Mobilization, reserve and recruitment in Israel by Major General/ Mahmoud Shit Khattab - Accommodating unemployed youths and productive efficiency by Khalid Sirr-al-Khatim - British Civil Service, Abdullah Rajab. - In addition to other miscellaneous topics.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: This issue contains: - Power and the dispute conflict of loyalty in Sudan, by Dr.Jaffar Mohammed Ali Bakheet. - The philosophy of life taken from modern Arabic stories, by Abd Al-Aziz Mustafa. - The era of Turkish rule in Sudan, by Abd-Allah Rajab. - Social suffering, by Dr. Abd Al-Hadi Al-Siddig. - And several other topics.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.newspapers
Description: Sudanese paper interviews Emperor Haile Sellassie. WHO venereal diseases experts to visit Sudan. Parliament sets date for beginning of sessions.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: A photograph of a number of Sudanese intellectuals celebrating the book "A Sudanese in Moscow". From the left (sitting): Abdullah Obeid, Ali Tawfiq, Fadhal. From the left (standing): Mohammed Siddiq, Al-Rayh Mohammed Ser al-Seal, Ahmed Sharif, the late Mohammed al-Hajj.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An apology from the Editors regarding the delay in publication of the issue.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: A letter from an American female citizen exposing the acts of Zionism in Jerusalem (politics) - From the popular heritage (popular heritage) - Al-Aqsa Mosque (history) - other topics and books reviews
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Topics: A ticket to Britain and West Germany - Without home (poetry) - Othman Digna (biography) - Thoughts around literature and authors (art) - critiques and comments (critique) - children's drawings (art) - The holy bible and Jews - and several other articles
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Mrs. Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim was the first woman to be elected to parliament, and becoming the first female parliamentary deputy in the Middle East in 1965. She is most famous for being a human rights activist, she created the first women's organization in 1952 and also founded the 'Voice of Women' newspaper in 1954. She is the widow of Sudanese militant Al-Shafee Ahmed Al-Sheikh whom was executed by President Nimeiri and the sister of the famous Sudanese poet Salah Ahmed Ibrahim.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A note from the editors announcing the publication of the Index covering the first twenty volumes of the journal.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: Miscellaneous topic on politics, economics, history, literary criticism, medicine, etc., including: - The Constitution and the mirage - Monetary Budget - An introduction to the Arabic accents of the Sudan - Native Administration in Sudan - With the poets/authors of folk madeeh poems (poems praising Prophet Muhammad [PBUH], his companions, and the pious men of God)
Country location: Sudan
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Current Journals
Country location: Sudan
Items: 76

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