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  1. المعلومات أخي عن مدة الدراسة؟ وكم فصلا سأدرس هل فصل واحد او اثنين؟ والبحث كم فصلا يعطى لي لإنجازه ؟ واذا اعطيتني بعضا من المقررات إذا كانت موجوده بالموقع أكن لك من الشاكرين.

    أعذرني على التأخير وكثرة الإستفسارات الكثيرة. وفقك الله لماتحب وترضى
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  2. Introduction
    http://arabic.georgetown.edu
    The Department of Arabic & Islamic Studies offers programs of study leading to M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. The Department offers graduate level courses in Arabic linguistics, and literature courses which cover the secular prose and poetry of the classical and modern eras as well as scripture. Courses in Arabic linguistics are required both at the Master's and Ph.D. levels. Islamic Studies is also offered both as a Ph.D. program and as an optional minor. The department offers interaction and collaboration with cognate programs on campus (Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding) and abroad (Center for Arabic Studies Abroad). Our location in the nation's capital offers opportunities for collaboration with Arab embassies, organizations and communities.
    The Department also offers a Ph.D. program in Islamic Studies.
    For more information, please see the Arabic & Islamic Studies Department website at http://arabic.georgetown.edu
    Fact Sheet
    Degrees offered: M.A.; Ph.D.
    Joint degree program:
    Ph.D. (Arabic Language, Literature and Linguistics) / M.A. (Arab Studies)
    Campus address:
    Department of Arabic & Islamic Studies
    Georgetown University, Poulton Hall North, 2nd Floor
    1437 37th Street, N.W., Box 571046
    Washington, DC 20007
    Telephone: (202) 687-5743 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (202) 687-5743 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
    Fax: (202) 687-7971
    Department e-mail: arabic@georgetown.edu
    Department Website: http://arabic.georgetown.edu
    Director of Graduate Studies: Felicitas Opwis
    Size of program: 5 M.A.; 9 Ph.D.; 11 MAAS/Ph.D
    Credits required: 36 credits (M.A.); 36 credits (Advanced Standing Ph.D.); 60 credits (Accelerated Ph.D.).
    Part-time Option: Yes.
    Department URL
    http://arabic.georgetown.edu Degree Requirements
    Program of Study
    The graduate Arabic program aims to combine a thorough understanding of Arabic language and linguistics with Arabic literature and culture. The Arabic and Islamic Studies Department offers graduate level courses in Arabic linguistics, Islamic studies, and literature courses which cover the secular prose and poetry of the classical and modern eras as well as Arabic scripture. The study of linguistics is a central feature of the Georgetown program and, along with the major in Arabic, Master’s students must choose one minor in either Linguistics or Islamic Studies. At the Ph.D. level, students choose two minors out of linguistics, Islamic studies or Arabic area studies.
    Entering students are required to have Arabic language competence *****alent at least to that attained by the end of the third year of intensive language study in the undergraduate program at Georgetown University. To upgrade their proficiency, students may be required to enroll in language classes concurrent with their graduate program. A placement exam is administered upon admission to the program. Study in the Arab world is strongly advised before completion of the Ph.D. degree; course *****alencies will be evaluated for possible transfer of credit.
    Degree Requirements
    For detailed description of degree requirements, obtain a copy of the departmental handbook (available online: https://gushare.georgetown.edu/ArabicLanguage/Website%20Material/Graduate%20Handbook%202010-2011.pdf?uniq=9xnwhk).


    Masters Programs
    Masters Program in Arabic
    The Master’s program in Arabic provides a foundation in both Arabic literature and Arabic linguistics, with linguistics or Islamic studies as possible minors.

    Applicants must have at least two years of Arabic and are expected to enroll in advanced Arabic seminars. Arabic language courses taken to enable students to reach the seminar level do not count towards the degree credits. Advanced proficiency in Arabic is demonstrated through enrolling in advanced Arabic seminars and passing a proficiency test in Arabic administered by the department and testing listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing.

    Candidates for the Masters take 36 credits (12 courses) plus a research paper: 7 courses in Arabic and 5 in linguistics or Islamic Studies.

    Masters candidates must also pass a proficiency examination in Arabic and pass the Master's comprehensive exam with an overall grade of B or better.

    Accelerated Master's Program in Arabic

    Prior to their senior year, Georgetown University undergraduates may opt for the 5-year Master's program, which enables students to obtain a Master's degree after one year of study past the senior level. Rules for eligibility, application procedures, and program requirements can be obtained from the Department.
    The five year program allows qualified undergraduate Arabic majors to earn A.B. and M.A. degrees at an accelerated pace within five years. The undergraduate and graduate degrees are awarded sequentially, with the A.B. in Arabic awarded at the end of the senior year, and the M.A. awarded separately at the end of the fifth year or upon completion of all requirements for the M.A. degree.


    Ph.D. Programs
    Ph.D. Program in Arabic
    Candidates entering with advanced standing, a Master’s Degree in Arabic linguistics and/or Arabic literature from Georgetown or another institution, are expected to complete the following requirements:

    1. Complete 36 credits of course work (12 courses): 7 in Arabic and 5 in the minor.
    The minor may be in linguistics, Islamic Studies or area studies.

    These candidates will have to ascertain their specific course requirements on the basis of their previous graduate work, in consultation with the graduate adviser. It is expected that the core requirements in Arabic and Linguistics be met.
    1. pass two language proficiency examinations: one in Arabic and one in a second foreign language (English may be considered a second foreign language for non-native speakers),
    2. pass Ph.D. written and oral comprehensive examinations in Arabic with a grade of A- or better, and;
    3. write and successfully defend an acceptable doctoral dissertation.
    Accelerated Ph.D. in Arabic
    Candidates entering with a bachelor’s degree or an advanced degree in a field other than Arabic, may pursue an accelerated program toward the Ph.D. in Arabic Language, Literature and Linguistics. This program requires 60 credits of course work (20 courses -- 10 in Arabic and 5 in each of two minors). Accelerated Ph.D. students, in addition to majoring in Arabic, select two minor fields. The minors may be in linguistics, Islamic studies or area studies. Graduate courses are usually offered on a rotating basis. Not every course is offered each year. Students should check each semester’s class schedule to plan their course work, in consultation with their adviser.


    After completion of 30-36 credits of course work, students must pass a qualifying exam with a grade of A- or better in order to continue toward the Ph.D.

    Students must pass two language proficiency exams: one in Arabic and one in a second foreign language.

    At the end of their course work, and after passing their language proficiency exams, students must pass the Ph.D. written and oral comprehensive exams with an overall grade of A- or better.

    Once the Ph.D. comprehensive exam has been passed, students then write and defend their doctoral dissertation.


    The Department of Arabic & Islamic Studies also offers the following program:

    Ph.D. Program in Islamic Studies
    For information about this Ph.D. program, please go to:
    http://arabic.georgetown.edu/programs/grad/islamicstudies/

    Admissions
    APPLICATION DEADLINES
    Fall 2011: December 15, 2010


    Please read the complete admissions information found on the Graduate School website at: http://grad.georgetown.edu/pages/admissions.cfm
    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
    Application Materials required:
    Application Form
    Non-refundable Application Fee
    Statement of Purpose
    Writing Sample
    Official Transcripts (all prior institutions)
    Official Recommendations (3)
    Supplemental Data Sheet (see below)
    GRE Score
    TOEFL/IELTS (please see below)
    Admission requirements include three letters of recommendation, a writing sample, an academic statement of purpose, standardized tests (see below) and an application fee.
    Apply to this graduate program using our online application form, located at: http://grad.georgetown.edu/pages/apply_online.cfm
    A Supplemental Data Sheet must also be downloaded and submitted separately from the online application. The Supplemental Data Sheet can be found at: https://gushare.georgetown.edu/ArabicLanguage/Website%20Material/Supplemental%20Data%20Sheet.doc?iniq=-9xn2wgw
    Official hard copy transcripts should be mailed to the following address:



    • Office of Graduate Admissions
      Attn: Credentials (Arabic Program)
      Box 571004
      3520 Prospect Street, NW, CB-207
      Washington, DC 20057-1004
    GRE - GRADUATE RECORD EXAM
    Results of the General Test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) are required for all applicants. There is no minimum required score on the GRE. Test scores must be received by the application deadline date. Applicants should allow six to eight weeks from the test date for the reporting of scores to the institution. Applications will not be considered without GRE scores. Information on registering to take the GRE can be found at: http://www.gre.org/ttindex.html
    ENGLISH PROFICIENCY: TOEFL / IELTS
    All applicants are required to demonstrate a level of proficiency in the English language sufficient to meet the admission requirement of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Proficiency can be demonstrated by the receipt of a bachelor's or advanced degree from an accredited institution of higher education in the United States or from a university where English is the primary language of instruction (please note that applicants receiving degrees at universities in U.S. territories, such as Puerto Rico, are required to submit the TOEFL or IELTS unless the primary language of instruction at the institution is English).
    All other applicants must achieve at least a minimum score on either the TOEFL or IELTS test. Test scores must be received by the application deadline date. Applicants should allow six to eight weeks from the test date for the reporting of scores to the institution. Applications will not be considered without TOEFL/IELTS scores.
    • TOEFL: A minimum score of 620 (paper-based test) or 260 (computer-based tests) or 100 (iBT test) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). TOEFL information: http://www.ets.org/toefl/ IELTS: A minimum score of 7.5 from the International English Language Testing System. IELTS Information: http://www.ielts.org
    ADMISSION INFORMATION SUMMARY Faculty
    Department Chair: Elliott Colla, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
    Professors: Barbara Stowasser, Ph.D., University of Münster.
    Associate Professor: Elliott Colla, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley; Reem Bassiouney, Ph.D., Oxford University.
    Assistant Professor: Felicitas Opwis, Ph.D., Yale University.
    Visiting Associate Professors: Emma Gannagé, Ph.D., Université Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne; Terrence Potter, Ph.D., Georgetown University.
    Visiting Assistant Professors; Amin Bonnah, Ph.D., Georgetown University; Natalie Khazaal, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles; Hanaa Kilany, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; Kassem Wahba, Ph.D., University of Alexandria; Hana Zabarah, Ph.D., Georgetown University.
    Course Descriptions Course descriptions, as well as class schedules and other information about this program's course offerings can be found on the University Registrar's course site located at: http://explore.georgetown.edu/courses/index.cfm?Action=List&ProgramID=1 print


    هذا هي برامج arabic
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  3. Introduction
    http://ccas.georgetown.edu
    The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) offers a program of study leading to the M.A. degree. The Arab Studies program was established in 1978 to help meet the need for men and women highly trained and deeply knowledgeable about the language, history, culture, politics, and economics of the contemporary Arab world. The program provides a focus that sets it apart from other, more broadly constructed Middle East Studies programs in the United States. Within that Arab world focus, students construct interdisciplinary curricula that prepare them for a wide variety of careers involving the Arab world in diplomacy, government, development, business and finance, teaching, higher education, journalism, public relations, and cultural affairs. The program's demanding Arabic language requirement is a distinguishing feature regularly cited by applicants and alumni alike as a major draw and strength.
    An attractive feature of the MAAS program is the option for students to enroll concurrently in graduate certificate programs in International Business Diplomacy (IBD) or Refugee and Humanitarian Emergencies (RHE). The certificates allow students additional and concentrated training while gaining regional expertise. MAAS students may also choose to pursue joint degrees programs along with PhD programs in the Departments of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Government or History, or the JD program at the GU Law Center. In addition, Georgetown’s Public Policy Institute and Business School provide a range of specialized coursework, training, and practical experience.
    For more information, please see the Arab Studies home page, located at: http://ccas.georgetown.edu
    Fact Sheet

    Degree offered: M.A.
    Joint programs:
    M.A./Ph.D. (Arabic Language, Literature and Linguistics)
    M.A./Ph.D. (Government)
    M.A./Ph.D. (History)
    M.A./B.S. (Foreign Service)
    M.A./J.D. (Law)

    Campus address:

    • Arab Studies Program
      Center for Contemporary Arab Studies
      Georgetown University
      Box 571020
      3700 O Street, N.W., Suite ICC-241
      Washington, DC 20057-1020
    Telephone: (202) 687-8957 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (202) 687-8957 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
    Fax: (202) 687-7001
    Department e-mail: maas@georgetown.edu
    Department Website: Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) - Georgetown University
    Program Director: Judith E. Tucker
    Graduate Studies Contact: Kelli Harris
    Size of program: 70 Master's students; of these, 4 are in M.A./Ph.D. joint programs, and 4 are in the M.A./J.D. joint program.
    Credits required: 36, or 33 plus thesis (with an additional 12-36 credits depending on language proficiency).
    Part-time option: Part-time enrollment is not encouraged but may be possible once a student has completed the Arabic language requirement.
    Department URL

    http://ccas.georgetown.edu Degree Requirements

    The M.A. in Arab Studies (MAAS) degree requires completion of a minimum of 36 semester hours (12 three-credit hour classes) in addition to basic Arabic language courses. Those who choose the thesis option must complete 33 hours plus the thesis. (See "Areas of Study" section for details.)
    The full-time student will usually complete requirements for the degree in four regular semesters and the intervening summer session, depending on his or her Arabic language competence. Part-time enrollment is not encouraged, and is only possible once a student has completed the Arabic language requirement.
    Standard Degree Requirements:
    6 Concentration Courses
    MAAS-501
    5 Electives
    Arabic oral and written competence, demonstrated by passing proficiency exam offered three times per year.
    Oral comprehensive exam or thesis
    Academic Standards
    In addition to the general requirements of the Graduate School, students in the MAAS program are required to maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in both the Concentration and supporting blocks of courses.
    Areas of Study

    The MAAS student's course of studies is determined upon initial registration in consultation with his or her faculty Concentration Advisor and the Director of the Program. Subsequent modifications in a student's program must be approved by the Director in consultation with the Concentration Advisor.
    To meet the differing needs of students, the following guidelines are used to plan a program of studies:

    Each student chooses a Concentration within which he or she will complete about half the credits required for the degree. Concentrations are available in Culture and Society, Economics (including Business and Development), History, Politics, and Women/Gender Studies. Students will be expected to be competent in the theoretical and methodological aspects of their Concentration as well as the substantive material.


    All students are required to complete the core course, MAAS-501, Introduction to the Arab World: Theories and Methods. With rare exceptions, this course is taken during the first semester of residence. Students in the Economics and Politics concentrations are also required to complete Economics of the Middle East. Undergraduate coursework in principles of economics is a prerequisite for this course.


    Each student must demonstrate written and oral competency in Modern Standard Arabic during enrollment in the program. A proficiency exam is administered three times annually. The student must maintain enrollment in appropriate basic language courses until the examination is passed. Intensive Arabic courses are offered each summer. Credits accumulated in basic Arabic language courses do not count toward the total degree requirement.


    The final requirement for the degree is the successful completion of a comprehensive oral examination. Upon completion of the course work and the Arabic language proficiency exam, the student will be examined for approximately one hour by a panel of three professors. Students are expected to demonstrate in-depth knowledge in their concentration as well as general competence on the region. They are also expected to display the ability to analyze and synthesize across disciplinary boundaries.

    Thesis Option: Students have the option of writing and defending a thesis in their final semester, in lieu of one concentration course and the oral comprehensive exam. Those choosing the thesis option must formally declare their intention early in the fall semester.
    For information on the courses of study in joint degree programs, see the MAAS website.
    Admissions

    APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR FALL 2011 January 1, 2011

    ADMISSION INFORMATION SUMMARY
    Please read the complete admissions information found on the Graduate School website at: http://grad.georgetown.edu/pages/admissions.cfm
    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
    Application Materials required:
    Application Form
    Non-refundable Application Fee
    Statement of Purpose
    Official Transcripts (all prior institutions)
    Official Recommendations (3)
    Resume/CV
    GRE Score
    TOEFL/IELTS (please see below)
    Writing Sample/Essay (see supplemental data sheet for details)
    Supplemental Data Sheet (go to the link below to download form)
    The M.A. in Arab Studies program welcomes applicants who have some background in the region and in their proposed concentration. Though not required, prior knowledge of Arabic and appropriate work or life experience in the region are helpful. Successful MAAS candidates have strong analytic capabilities, high standardized test scores, an excellent academic record, and a commitment to a future career related to the region. It is also helpful if applicants, especially those proposing to concentrate in economics or politics, have already completed basic courses in macro- and microeconomics.
    Please see the department website for a checklist of required application materials, including the supplemental data sheet and required scholarly essay. Arab Studies only admits students for the fall semester.
    Apply to this graduate program using our online application form, located at: http://grad.georgetown.edu/pages/apply_online.cfm
    A Supplemental Data Sheet, available on the departmental website, must be downloaded and submitted within the online application. The Supplemental Data Sheet and other forms can be found at: http://ccas.georgetown.edu/academics-graduate-apply.cfm

    Official hard copy transcripts should be mailed to the following address:
    • Office of Graduate Admissions
      Attn: Credentials (Arab Studies)
      Box 571004
      3520 Prospect Street, NW, CB-207
      Washington, DC 20057-1004
    GRE - GRADUATE RECORD EXAM
    Results of the General Test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) are required for all native English-speaking applicants, and foreign students with degrees from colleges and universities in countries where English is the primary language. There is no required minimum score on the GRE. Georgetown University's reporting code is 5244. Test scores must be received by the application deadline date. Applicants should allow six to eight weeks from the test date for the reporting of scores to the institution. Applications will not be considered without GRE scores. Information on registering to take the GRE can be found at: http://www.gre.org/ttindex.html
    ENGLISH PROFICIENCY: TOEFL / IELTS
    All applicants are required to demonstrate a level of proficiency in the English language sufficient to meet the admission requirement of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Proficiency can be demonstrated by the receipt of a bachelor's or advanced degree from an accredited institution of higher education in the United States or from a university where English is the primary language of instruction (please note that applicants receiving degrees at universities in U.S. territories, such as Puerto Rico, are required to submit the TOEFL or IELTS unless the primary language of instruction at the institution is English).
    All other applicants must achieve at least a minimum score on either the TOEFL or IELTS test. Test scores must be received by the application deadline date. Applicants should allow six to eight weeks from the test date for the reporting of scores to the institution. Applications will not be considered without TOEFL/IELTS scores.

    TOEFL: A minimum score of 600 (paper-based test) or 250 (computer-based test) or 100 (iBT test) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Georgetown University's reporting code is 5244. TOEFL information: http://www.ets.org/toefl/
    • IELTS: A minimum score of 7.5 from the International English Language Testing System. IELTS Information: http://www.ielts.org
    Faculty

    Director of the Master of Arts in Arab Studies Program: Professor Judith E. Tucker, Ph.D., Harvard University.
    Professors: John Esposito, Ph.D., Temple University; Yvonne Haddad, Ph.D., Hartford Seminary; Michael Hudson Ph.D., Yale University; John Ruedy, Ph.D., University of California-Los Angeles (emeritus); Barbara Stowasser, Ph.D., University of Münster; Judith E. Tucker, Ph.D., Harvard University; John Voll, Ph.D., Harvard University.
    Associate Professors: Daniel Brumberg, Ph.D., University of Chicago; Ahmad Dallal, Ph.D., Columbia University; Scott Redford, Ph.D., Harvard University; Amira Sonbol, Ph.D., Georgetown University; Tarik Yousef, Ph.D., Harvard University.
    Assistant Professors: Osama Abi-Mershed, Ph.D., Georgetown University; Fida Adely, Ph.D., Columbia University; Gábor Ágoston, Ph.D., Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Amin Bonnah, Ph.D., Georgetown University; Rochelle Davis, Ph.D., University of Michigan; Paul Heck, Ph.D., University of Chicago; Steven J. King, Ph.D., Princeton University; Sylvia Önder, Ph.D., Ohio State University (Visiting); Felizitas Opwis, Ph.D., Yale University; Col. Terrence Potter, Ph.D., Georgetown University; Jean-Francois Seznec, Ph.D., Yale University; Samer Shehata, Ph.D., Princeton University (Visiting).
    Adjunct Professors, Post-Doctoral Fellows and Lecturers: Tamim Al-Barghouti, Ph.D., Boston University; John Duke Anthony, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; Belkacem Baccouche, M.A., Kent State University; Noureddine Jebnoun, Ph.D., Sorbonne University; Eric Goldstein, M.A., Columbia University; Bassam Haddad, Ph.D., Georgetown University; Laurie King-Irani, Ph.D., Indiana University; Juan Romero, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin.
    Course Descriptions

    Course descriptions, as well as class schedules and other information about Arab Studies program course offerings can be found on the University Registrar's course site located at: http://explore.georgetown.edu/courses/index.cfm?Action=List&ProgramID=2
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    وهذه برامج Arab studies

    وكل الشكر لك أخوي لو توضح برنامج الادب والنقد لاني قرأت برنامج عن اللسانيات ولا أعرف إذا كان المقصود به النقد لانه يوجد هناك من تخرج من جامعة جور تاون بدرجة دكتوراه بالادب والنقد.

    واخيرا اخوي اسمحلي إني خذيت من وقتك, وأسال رب العزة والجلال أن يجزيك كل خير
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  4. أهلاً اخوي
    أنا حصلت ايميل له علاقة بالتسجيل للجامعة لطلبة الدراسات العليا وارسلت لهم الرسالة التالية
    Dear Madam/ Sir,

    A friend of mine is interested in finishing his Ph.D. at GeorgeTown university in literature and criticism. However, he wasn't able to find any information in the university web-site regarding this program and he knows that the university offers a Ph.D in Literature and Criticism. Therefore, we hope that you can assist us in that.
    بالعموم الرسالة سألتهم فيها إذا فيه برنامج بهالمسمى! وتم ارسال رد آلي فيه أن الرد ممكن يستغرق أيام ..
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  5. السلام عليكم -
    أخوي الله يعلم ودي اساعدك لكن رسالتي لهم لم يتم الرد عليها بعد , وأيضاً الموقع لا يتضح أن فيه التخصص المذكور لكن لدي فكرة ربما قد تجد لنا منفذاً ألا وهي أن ترسل على الايميلات الموجودة بالكلام اللي أنت نسخته
    الرسالة التالية
    Dear Madam/ Sir,

    A friend of mine is interested in finishing his Ph.D. at GeorgeTown university in literature and criticism. However, he wasn't able to find any information in the university web-site regarding this program and he knows that the university offers a Ph.D in Literature and Criticism. Therefore, we hope that you can assist us in that.
    وتحط اسمك بالانجليزي هنا
    Sincerely
    وإذا وصلك رد حطه بالموضوع ولو تأخرت عليك بالرد وترجمته ارسل لي رسالة خاصة - أنا وضعت هالحل لأني رديت على موضوعك ولأنك تنتظر مني مساعدة ولأمر آخر ألا وهو طموحك اللي أتمنى أنه يُكلل بالنجاح بحصولك على القبول واكمال تعليمك بجامعة راقية. أمـــور أخرى! أو نصائح
    - حاول تحصل مكاتب خدمات تعليمية واتصل فيهم وتكلم معهم بموضوعك - اقصد مكاتب تعليمية من السعودية - لأن لهم من الخبرة الكثير بالتعامل مع الجامعات وهم الأقدر على مساعدتك ,
    - الأمر الآخر الجامعات الراقية كثيرة فالأفضل لك أن لا تحدد جامعة واحدة كأختيار وحيد ولو كان فيه مجال أيضاً لتوسعة اختياراتك بالتخصص فهذا أفضل
    - الأمر الأخير كل ما ذكر أعلاه لا يعني أني لن اكمل محاولتي لمساعدتك
    ولك مني الدعوات بالتوفيق ...
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  6. هلا أخوي أشهد بالله أنك لم تقصر معي لا بمساعدتك لي ولا بنصائحك التي لاتقدر بثمن ,عاجز عن شكرك أخي الفاضل وإن شاء الله سأكلم أحد المعاهد وقد إطلعت على بعضها أو سأرسل للجامعة نفسها,أسأل الله أن يوفقك في دينك ودنياك وأن يجزيك كل خير إزاء ماعملت معي وأجرك عند ربك كل الشكر لك اخوي الغالي .

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