Vol. 23 No. 23 (2019): Scientific Journal Referee Issue: 23
Dear researcher and reader, this issue of the Journal of Queen Arwa University included eight solid scientific researches, as usual. In the works presented by the journal, there are two vital groups of the eight researches, not in themselves, but because of their nominal proximity to what is happening in the Arab region and in Yemen. In particular. The first group includes three researches in political affairs
The second group also includes three research papers in legal affairs. The jurisprudence of reality, the Corona virus, which swept part of China, attracted the attention and attention of the world, and billions of dollars were allocated to combat it. This is an aspect. The most important and prominent aspect is that this Corona virus has attracted the attention and interest of scientists and doctors, from all parts of the world, not because these scientists and doctors lack work, or that there is nothing to preoccupy them, but because reality and its jurisprudence necessitate that they postpone what they are working on and devote themselves to. This is a big deal. This is the jurisprudence of reality, and these are its requirements for those who are aware.
So what jurisprudence of reality is ignored or absent from our researchers. Our country is exposed to a fierce global aggression that gathered, cooperated, mobilized, recruited, armed, financed and equipped all the Nazi-fascist countries of the world, and implemented it with the hands and money of a defiled Saudi-Emirati. This reality has political, legal, economic, social, human, moral and medical dimensions.
He waits for tomorrow.
All this reality did not produce for our researchers and scholars jurisprudence, directing their studies and research. We did not find anyone shedding light on the reality of the aggression, nor on its political and economic dimensions, nor on its merits and legal repercussions, nor on the appropriate economy for the attacked countries...etc. What our scholars and researchers produce in their work is nothing more than a review of outdated literature. Yes, it is valuable and useful, but in an uncritical time, knowing that creativity, invention and innovation are often incubated by crises. Will our scholars pay attention to our jurisprudence, our reality, and respond to its requirements and necessities, as scholars responded to the Corona virus?
I hope so....