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Al-Ssebt Journal_ Volume Three

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Al-Ssebt Journal is a semi-annual scientific journal issued by the Karbala Center for Studies and Research of the General Secretariat of the holy shrine of Al-Imam Al-Hussein "pbuh". It receives research and studies in various humanities related to the holy city of Karbala such as (Arabic Language and Literature, History, Geography, Sociology, Economics, Tourism, Psychology and other social sciences). It deals with the holy city's cultural and civilized heritage in order to be a scientific reference to preserve the heritage of this city and its religious identity.

The magazine invites all researchers in various humanitarian fields to provide us with systematic researches to enrich our Islamic library and highlight the history of this ancient city.

A quarterly scientific journal issued by KCSR alssebt.com
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