The Cairo Journal of Diaa 1898-1906, study and documentation


  • Saif Najah Abu Saiba University of Kufa- College of Arts



مجلة الضياء القاهرية 1898 – 1906 دراسة وتوثيق


Al-Diyaa magazine represented a state of intellectual openness regarding freedom of opinion and the other opinion during the period of its issuance from 1898 until its cessation in 1906, as intellectual and reformist trends emerged on its pages. A group of pioneers of the modern Arab renaissance movement worked on contributing to its writing and clarifying its contents, such as its owner, Ibrahim Al-Yazji, and Gerji. Zaidan and Labiba Hashim, whose articles were characterized by objectivity and boldness in expressing their opinions, and Al-Diyaa showed a renaissance dimension that was considered according to the measurements of the era in which it appeared as a tangible development in the history of Arab journalism. For the reality that I experienced and associated with the issues of the Arab and Eastern countries.


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أبو صيبع سيف نجاح. “The Cairo Journal of Diaa 1898-1906, Study and Documentation”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 30, Jan. 2017, pp. 389-40, doi:10.36317/kaj/2016/v1.i30.6061.

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