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C O L L E G E O F M E D I C I N E A L FA I S A L U N I V E R S I T Y APRIL 2012

VOLUME 4 ISSUE 3

M e d T i m e s s t r i v e s t o b e t h e u n c e n s o r e d y e t s e n s i b l e v o i c e o f m e d i c a l s t u d e n t s . T h e r e f o r e , t h e v i e w s e x p r e s s e d w i t h i n d o n o t n e c e s s a r i l y r e fl e c t t h e v i e w s a n d p o l i c i e s o f A l f a i s a l U n i v e r s i t y .


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Research Day: An Undergrad Festivity & Triumph

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On April 10, 2012 at King Faisal Specialist Hospital& Research Center’s Prince Salman Auditorium, Alfaisal University in collaboration with the hospital held its 3rd annual undergraduate research day.The event’s aim was to bring Alfaisal’s medical students research achievements to light and towards international excellence.

and what you should do when involved.On the other hand, Dr. Qasem Al Qasabi talked about how it all started, the building of the university and how it has progressed through the years and the hospital’s support. The last notable speaker was Prof. Khaled Al-Kattan, who encouraged his students for research.

Some of the notable and distinguished speakers were Dr. Khaula AlKuraya, Dr. Qasem Al Qasabi, CEO of King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center and co-founder of Alfaisal University and Prof. Khaled Al-Kattan, Dean of College of Medicine. Dr. Khaula delivered an inspirational and informative speech on how to get involved in research, the obstacles you might face

A total of twenty-three medical students who were involved in research, were given the chance to share their various experiences with the audience. It was a truly gripping event! At the end of all the presentations, an award ceremony took place. In first-place, was Azhar Farooqui, a third year medical student, who worked at the KFSH&RC. His topic was “Striatin is a

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novel regulator of calcium homeostasis in cardiomyocytes”. In second-place came Ahmed Abu-Zaid, a fourth year medical student whose topic was "Renal Inflammation and Elevated Blood Pressure in a mouse model of Reduced Beta Epithelial Sodium Channels”. Finally, in third-place was the only female presenter of the day, Cynthia Mosher, a first-year student. Cynthia’s topic was about “Improving Breastfeeding in Saudi Arabia: The Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative”. Finally, there was a raffle draw for giving out two iPads. The lucky winners were Prof. Hasan Rajab and student Anas Abudan. Alfaisal students truly shined on this great day as we look forward to next year’s event. B E

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1st International Alzheimer’s Disease Conference With more than 26 million people worldwide suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, the WHO has ranked it as the 4th leading cause of death in developed countries* - implying the obvious need for improved awareness and action. In loving memory of HRH Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the 1st International Alzheimer's Disease Conference was held at the KACST Conference Hall in Riyadh from the 20th to the 22nd of February.

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The new MSA-PR team at Alfaisal, headed by Abdullah AlShammari and Karam Hamweyah, took an active role in the recently organized Alzheimer’s convention. In addition, the Saudi Alzheimer’s Disease Association (SADA), whose vision is to ensure that people suffering from Alzheimer’s in the Kingdom are treated with respect and given the best health care possible, also helped planned the event.

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It was graciously attended by HRH Prince Ah- Alfaisal students with Dr. Ibrahim AlTurki in Princess Madawi AlAl-Saud's house mad bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, Deputy Interior Minister and honorary chairman of the Association. The aim of the conference was to raise awareness about the disease, explore the latest advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of the disease, and to inspire national research.

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The inaugural ceremony was led by HRH Prince Ahmed, Health Minister Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeah, Social Affairs Minister Yousef AlOthaimeen and KACST President Mohammed Al-Suwaiyel. After the opening ceremony, the Saudi Alzheimer’s Association signed an agreement with Alfaisal University to become one of its strategic partners in arranging upcoming events including the launch of a new campaign that copes with Alzheimer’s patients in KSA. z . ti .

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. In the end, the Alzheimer’s disease conference proves that Alfaisal medical students show a considerable amount of commitment and professionalism to their work and are capable of exceeding their limitations by organizing such major events!

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With just under 20 seconds left on the clock, the Prince Sultan University (PSU) Falcons found themselves in another game-winning position against their rivals, the AU Royals. However, the loyal Alfaisal crowd never gave up. Cheering loudly and enthusiastically the entire night, their drive to win was converted into a strong performance by the Royals in the clutch. Down 69-66 with the ball in their court, Ahmed Warraich, the coach-captain of the Royals, set a play for Alfaisal’s best shooter; Ahmed El-Jammal—having him pop out of a screen in the post for a beautiful 3pointer to tie the game. The Falcons were then fouled with 10 seconds remaining but missed two crucial free-throws leaving 6 seconds on the clock. Inbounding the ball from half-court after a time-out, MotazKaakarli of the Royals gave a bounce pass to Ali Rahmatullah who hit a quick turn-around jumper with seconds remaining to seal Alfaisal’s first ever victory. The incredible crowd swept on to the court and celebrated energetically with the winning team—truly a great moment in Alfaisal history. Mohammed Firwana A note to Alfaisal admin here, our team defeated a team with a full -time basketball coach, sponsored jerseys, and state-of-the-art athletic facilities. Despite Alfaisal’s failure to provide these basic necessities, the players represented the university with great zeal and made us proud. z F I

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In the month of February, the second-year medical students participated in a mini table tennis tournament with only Dr. Khaled Al-Kattan, Dean of the College of Medicine, allowed to take part in it, aside from the students. However, the Dean wasn’t fortunate enough to progress to the next round as he was eliminated by Osama Mustafa, who went on to secure first place at the tournament. There were a total of 16 players; with the first and second runner-ups being Omar Alabdallah and Mohammed Al Hamed, respectively. The students hope that under the new batch leadership, more events as such will take place.

Wushu Championship

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Yet again have Alfaisal students nailed a remarkable victory, and this time it’s in the field of martial arts! On the first of March 2012, the Alfaisal Kung Fu team, lead by 2nd year CoM student Mohammed AlSadoon, participated in their first Kung Fu tournament. The focus of this tournament was on a division of Kung Fu known as “Wushu”.

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Wushu can be further classified into its first branch known as Taulo, where the participants are required to perform a certain sequence of techniques whereupon the referees will grade them based upon their style, performance and accuracy. The other branch of Wushu is Sanda or Sanshou, a typical sparring match similar to the one performed in kick boxing, yet it adds the flavour of grabbing/tacklng techniques to its game. The team scored three gold and three bronze medals with the distribution as follows: Mohammed AlSadoon won 2 golden medals for Taulo and 1 golden medal for Sanda. Mohammed Elnour, Mubarak Almansouri, and Turki AlArjani each won 1 bronze medal for Sanda.

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The newly established Saudi Arabia Chapter of the American College of Physicians (ACP) offers various distinguished educational activities that are held regularly in Riyadh. The elected Governor of the Chapter, Dr. Khalid Qushmaq, Internal Medicine Consultant, has encouraged all medical students to acquire membership in this Chapter as it has several advantages, including free membership, discount for Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program 2 and Essentials for Clerkship, free ACP journal club and PIER, which is an online support tool that contains more than 400 clinical scenarios with diagnosis and management. Of note, Dr. Qushmaq spoke at the 3rd Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium and encouraged all students to join the Saudi Chapter. For further information, you are kindly requested to send an email to Abdulhadi AlAmoudi, Associate Member ACP and Alfaisal University Representative.

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Constructive Criticism: Unmasking SDC’s Downfall It comes with no great surprise that yet again, as another academic year progresses at our university, Alfaisal Social and Development Committee (SDC) takes charge in providing Alfaisal Students with a unique college experience, promised to be different and very much comparable to any other major university in the region. Unfortunately, with continuous inevitable failures, student criticisms against the SDC have reached its peak; often making one wonder why the SDC’s activities have come to such a stand-still. After having experienced the internal structure, the day-to-day planning, and the administrative involvement of the Student Affairs within the SDC at a very close level for almost 2 years, following are my opinions regarding this matter: To begin with, Student Affairs has not provided set policies and procedures outlining protocol and regulations student organizations within Alfaisal must follow. As a consequence, numerous creative and exciting activities, co -ordinated and planned by the SDC members, are rejected by the administration often being deemed “un -appropriate” a few days before the set day of execution for that activity. Alfaisal Talent show, which fell twice in this same trap had months of dedicated preparation time going to waste. Suggestion? If an idea is to be rejected, it may be done at its early preparation stages; had this been the case with the Alfaisal Talent Show, the SDC would’ve had more time to organize a more befitting event.

Above are but a few facts from a long list which couldn’t be discussed here due to space limitations. With the advent of the Student Council, fate of the SDC looks grim; one can only hope that it’s able to stand back on its feet once more and deliver what it once promised. At the same time, it is important to extend praise to the committed members of the SDC, who have indeed worked tirelessly to help achieve the organization’s on -set aim; often in spite of the increasingly demotivating ambiance surrounding such endeavours. z F

MSA: Promoting Undergraduate Research; A New Committee! The newly established undergraduate research committee supervised by the Medical Student Association (MSA) has put primary goals to achieve in its plan. One essential goal is to promote the concept of undergraduate research in the Saudi community.

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Furthermore, SDC was promised an annual budget; undoubtedly there is willingness to spend for student needs. But when it comes to actually acquiring funds to be spent, the administration seems to take forever before rejecting the idea outright or blaming the delay on someone else. Many of the internal processes of the SDC are slowed down due to this matter, and when asked to comment on the delay, the answer “awaiting approval from finance department” becomes inevitable. So students, it comes as no surprise that you haven’t been able to procure a replacement for a Ping -Pong table.

A significant approach that we have implemented is to promote the undergraduate research through assessing, measuring and reporting our experience from different held activities in-campus and outside campus, and to highlight various ways and mechanisms of promoting undergraduate research that we have tried. Team of undergraduate research committee

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The abstract is entitled as “Promoting Undergraduate Research: Students’ Perception” and authored by: Abdulhadi A. AlAmoudi, Ahmed M. Abu-Zaid, Mohammed A. Shareef, Muhammed L. Anwer, Ayman M. Awad, Abdullah M. Alshammari. Of note, also the undergraduate research committee is keen to share and benefit from different institutes in Saudi Arabia by presenting its activities and listening to others’ experiences in this growing aspect.

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In this context, recently, the team of undergraduate research committee has submitted an abstract to the 6th UAE medical students conference that to be held in Dubai from 22-23 of April, 2012.

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Recently many countries have realized vices to the local communities. For ex- tional Committee for Narcotics Control that more attention should be devoted ample, the Alfaisal Breast Cancer Team (NCNC). Students and faculty visited to the management of health prob- (ABCT) has made considerable achieve- the NCNC headquarters in Riyadh durlems prevailing in their ing the Spring semester of communities. The existing 2012. Students met with curriculum of many medithe NCNC leadership and cal schools in Saudi Arabia physician experts to learn follows the traditional apabout the prevalence of proach, which is criticized narcotics, medical and sofor its lack of connection cial consequences of adwith local communities. diction, and their impact on our communities. To the contrary, one of the College of Medicine (COM) We plan to continue to strengths has been its comcollaborate with the NCNC munity-based curriculum, and are currently working i.e., the fact that it’s rewith them to establish an The Alfaisal Breast Cancer Team (ABCT) sponsive to local communiawareness campaign for ty needs and expectations. The COM ments during the past two years. The Alfaisal students. extends its campus into the communi- idea started as an in-class community ty to identify, help define, and attempt medicine research project to assess Other community-based projects into meet community needs. needs for breast cancer awareness in clude participation and help with orthe local community. ganizing the first International AlzheiThe COM’s mission is to prepare its mer’s Disease Convention; collaborastudents for meeting and responding It has since grown into a community- tion with the Saudi Food and Drug Auto the changing healthcare needs and based research and outreach project. thority (SFDA), and launching the Baby expectations of the larger Saudi Arabi- The ABCT consisted of students, staff, Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) to an community. This is achieved in full faculty, and a representative from ZAH- examine BFHI implementation on partnership with other healthcare pro- RA Breast Cancer Association (ZAHRA). breastfeeding rates in some of Riyadh's viders and relevant sectors in the com- The ABCT conducted several awareness hospitals. A special thanks to Akram munity. workshops in the area and was invited Nurhussen,Abdullah AlShammari, to two international conferences, and Karam Hamweyah, Cynthia Mosher, Considerable progress has been made won top prizes. TareqAlTuhaifi, and Balaija Kanawati to fulfill the COM mission through several courses offered by the Depart- The team conducted research and pubment of Community Medicine. Such lished in national and international By Khalid Jazieh, Fouad Jabri, efforts have been successful in provid- journals. Another important communiand M. Hasan Rajab ing not only information but also ser- ty project was to partner with the Na-

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“You know you’re @Alfaisal when…” We asked students to complete the sentence “you know you’re at Alfaisal when…” on Facebook, Twitter, and email and got interesting and hilarious replies. These are not to be taken so seriously as most of them jest, but hey, they're creative! creative!

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Marathon: A Healthy Lifestyle at 6th and 10th place On Thursday 5th of April—also known as World Health Day, around 150 people started their run at KSAU-University of Health Sciences’ new facility. The 7 km marathon had 12 AlFaisal University students, two of whom got 6th and 10th place and prizes: Alhaitham Khaled and Abdulelah Assi, from our very own CoM. The very well-organized marathon had the noble objective of promoting a healthy lifestyle in our society and creating an awareness to motivate people into sports. " I

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Spiritual Reflections: Ancient Muslim Medical Giants by Safia Andaleeb

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Respected readers, this section entails a humble attempt at reviving and strengthening love for Allah within the very core of our hearts, thereby adorning every aspect of our lives with His Mercy and Guidance, insha’Allah. We hope to address topics we can relate to daily. Your submissions and feedback are, as always, more than welcome. In the field of medicine, Greeks are considered to be the greatest pioneers. But history gives clear evidence that the advancement of medical science took place with the rise of Islam. As we all know, The Holy Quran, revealed 1400 years ago, describes many medical facts that have been discovered and proven today. The Muslims utilized this knowledge to their benefit and this column aims to look at some examples of this.

showed that the blood moved from right ventricle to left chambers of the heart via lungs (pulmonary circulation). Before this, it was believed that blood flowed through invisible passages in the heart septum (Galen’s theory).

Today, because of a 10th century physician Abu’l Qasim al Zahrawi, surgery has become a part of medical science rather than a task only meant for barbers. He was the first physician to describe ectopic pregnancy as The 11th-century Iraqi sciwell as the hereditary nature entist Ibn al-Haytham of hemophilia. He invented (Alhazen) developed a radiover 200 surgical instruments Illustration of 11th-century Iraqi scientist Ibn Al-Haytham cally new concept of huand introduced the method man vision against ancient Greek notions of a visual spirit of sublimation and distillation in medicine preparation. emanating from the eyes. He described eye as an optical instrument with its ocular anatomy being the basis for im- SubhanAllah! Most of us are not even aware of their work age formation. Another is Ibn-Nafis, a 13th century Syrian but as future Muslim physicians and scientists we should physician who gave a clear logical description of the blood keep up the spirit of our great ancestors and as with everycirculation in the human body. Through his dissection he thing use the Quran for our guidance. PA G E

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Medical Breakthroughs Drug Delivery Devices “Take it three times a day and DON’T forget!” How many times have we heard that from a doctor and how many times have we not listened and “forgot to take it”? There’s no need to worry anymore; the first successful human tests of drug delivery chips are almost ready to hit the market. Scientists have found out that an implantable microchip device, the size of a 2 GB USB, can now automatically deliver regular doses of medication to osteoporosis patients. In addition, the device can follow a preprogrammed medication schedule that doctors may remotely adjust if needed.

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Doctors always order blood tests, prostate tests, and cholesterol tests but very soon they’ll be ordering circulating endothelial cell tests too. Cardiologists in San Diego, California are now closer to predict when their patients might have a heart attack. This new detection method involves tracking a type of cell in the blood called a circulating endothelial cell. It is reported that thousands of patients walk away passing stress tests, but soon after end up suffering from myocardial infarcts. This simple blood test can save thousands of lives and lead us to advancements in medicine, like never before.

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We’re always cautious eating chocolate containing high fats and sugars but research shows we don’t need to worry that much anymore because it can be healthy. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition claims that chocolate may be good for your heart by lowering blood pressure and even lower insulin levels. Chocolate contains compounds known as flavonoids which might play a role in the chocolate’s health benefits. Further studies still need to be done to confirm its effects but for now doctors advise if you’re enjoying a little chocolate in your life, then keep doing so.

Diabetic Tattoos In just a few years punk rockers, Harley Davidson fans, and diabetics all can have something in common: a tattoo! Researchers at Northeastern University in Boston are developing a tattoo that can monitor your blood sugar level without the pain of injecting a needle. These glucose monitoring tattoos are only a few millimeters in size and can light up when glucose levels are high while darken when glucose levels drop. Using a handheld device, patients can simply scan their tattoo which unlike traditional tattoos does not permanently stain the skin and stays on top.

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Vaccines have been preventing numerous diseases like chicken pox, polio, hepatitis and many more but now researchers have found a vaccine for cancer! Provenge, a new vaccine for prostate cancer does not only prevent risk of developing cancer by 24 percent it also helps treat patients in which the tumor has metastasized. By simply removing some white blood cells, exposing them to a prostate cancer protein, injecting them back, and letting the body’s immune system do the rest of the work this vaccine is just one step closer in finding the cure to cancer.

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Writing Contest: Fatima Ahmed won SR300 Gift Card! Hey reader! We have another winner! Fatima Ahmed won the writing contest for this issue and will receive a SR300 gift card to Jarir Bookstore! Congrats Fatima! And remember that if you wish to share your prize with The Press then we’re happy to accept! We kid. We gave a prompt to the students to ti . ti We received many amazing submissions and it was very difficult to choose only one. Criteria to judge were based on creativity, style, and presentation. Look forward to upcoming contests in following issues and hey, you could win too! Well done Fatima! Ij

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The 8thInternational Scientific Conference for Medical Students in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries is an annual event organized by the students, for the students, with the noble aim of sharing of promoting research collaboration and sharing scientific knowledge amongst medical students studying within the GCC states. . .

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The event for this year was held in Muscat, Oman, from the 28th of January till the 1st of February. Alfaisal University also had the pleasure of having its medical students participate with great enthusiasm in this great event. Students from all academic batches took part in the various themes of the event, enlightening the audience with their research activities. Not only were they able to prove the very high caliber of Alfaisal students, but they were also able to secure pole positions in the event. Ayman Mohammad at the cultural week in Muscat

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‫قصيدة ‪...‬‬

‫مق الة ‪...‬‬

‫ألم تفهم ؟!‬

‫الضمير الغائب‬

‫بقلم ‪ :‬سلمان الشققي‬

‫بقلم ‪ :‬نوران مليباري‬

‫ألم تفهم بأ ّنا لغير هللا ال نركع وأننا شعب رغم القمع ال ُيقمــع‬ ‫ارحل وأهلك باإلجرام ملتبسا من شرب دمائنا أيا سفاح لم تشبع‬ ‫أال إن القلب على الشهداء ليحزن ويبكي لما يرى أعين الثكالى تدمع‬ ‫شهداؤنا قوافل إلى الجنة تمشي هذه سورية ‪,‬شهيد خلفه شهيد يتبع‬

‫ننام حتى‬ ‫تاهلل لن‬ ‫نيلك يا حرية حتى مجدك يا سورية بأيدينا نصنع‬ ‫اقترب فجرك يا عروس الشام هذه شمس الحريـة غدا تسطــــع‬ ‫حمص ‪,‬يا أكثر من نزف الدماء علمت معنى الشجاعة العالم أجمع‬ ‫يا خائف و عن الحق صـــامت وهللا خوفك هـــذا اآلن لن ينفــع‬ ‫افعل شيئا لبلد طـــال جرحهـا إما استشهد أو رايات النصـر ارفع‬

‫مق الة ‪...‬‬ ‫هل خطر ببالك ؟‬ ‫بقلم ‪ :‬المعتصم كركز‬ ‫هل خطر ببالك مرة أن وطنك و أرضك‬ ‫و بلدك هو السبب األول لهمومك و أحزانك؟؟‬ ‫هل فكرت مرة أن انتماءك إليه لم يرجع عليك إال بالغم و‬ ‫المصائب؟؟‬ ‫هل دار في خاطرك أنك تريد أن تسافر أبعد ما يكون عن‬ ‫وطنك‪ ..‬لتستبدل جنسيتك بجنسية أجنبية تؤمن لك عيشا طيبا‬ ‫رغيدا؟؟ بعيدا عن كل تلك المشكالت و التعقيدات التي لم تكن‬ ‫لتقف في وجهك إن لم يكن اسمك ضم تحت لوائه!!‬ ‫بالنسبة لي‪ ..‬كصبي سوري ولد في السعودية‪ ..‬كان هاجسي‬ ‫األول هو االبتعاد و التحليق بعيدا عن بيئة بالدي التي اخترقها‬ ‫الفساد من بين يديها و من خلفها‪ ..‬لطالما رأيت في أصدقائي‬ ‫السعوديين معنى الحياة البسيطة السعيدة‪ ..‬التي تخلو من كل تلك‬ ‫األمور المتشابكة المتعقدة التي تفضلت بها حكومة بلدي‬ ‫الرشيدة علي و على ماليين أخرى من إخواني السوريين‪......‬‬

‫تجدون تكملة المقالة في‬ ‫صفحتنا على فيسبوك‬ ‫‪8‬‬

‫إذا سألنا عن تعريف الضمير الغائب في أي مكان ‪,‬سيكون الجواب‬ ‫حتما ضمائر اللغة العربية التي تدل على الغائب وغير الموجود‪.‬‬ ‫عذرا لغتنا العربية ‪ ..‬الضمير الغائب لم يعد يقتصر فقط على دالئلك‬ ‫اللغوية‪.‬‬ ‫كما تغيرت يا لغتنا وأصبحت حروفا للكتب والجرائد فقط‪..‬تغيرت‬ ‫معانيك ومفاهيمك‪.‬‬ ‫الضمير الغائب ‪ ..‬هو ضمير حي صامت يرزق على كتمانه مقابل‬ ‫إهدار االرواح والنفوس‪.‬‬ ‫الضمير الغائب‪..‬ضمير ينام كل ليلة على أحالم محطمة‪..‬ويستيقظ على‬ ‫شحنة جديدة لتحطيم األحالم‪.‬‬ ‫الضمير الغائب‪..‬روح متلونة ‪,‬وجه مقنع وظل زائف يفترش على أرض‬ ‫طاهرة ويحيا بين نفوس نقية‪.‬‬ ‫عذرا يا لغتنا العربية‪..‬سنشرق الشمس على الخفايا‪..‬فما زال هناك‬ ‫ضمائر في صحوة‬ ‫اعتقدنا دخول طرف ثالث في شؤوننا‪,‬علقنا سيئاتنا على شماعة وهمية‬ ‫اختلقناها‪,‬أيقظنا كل يوم نوايا شيطانية خبيثة‪..‬ونسينا أننا أحيينا ذلك‬ ‫الطرف بداخلنا وبيننا‪..‬بصمتنا و تجاهلنا‪..‬باستسهالنا و استخفافنا‪..‬لن‬ ‫نلتفت إليه ما دمنا نسلّم بأنه ‪..‬تشخص في أبجديات وليس في جسد!‬ ‫أيقظوا ضمائركم من سباتها‪ ,‬ارفعوا اصواتكم بصرخة حق"‪..‬ال‬ ‫لالستسهال ‪",‬اجعلوا في تاريخها ثورة بال شهداء‪..‬ثورة على نفوسنا‬ ‫لنحيا كراما‪,‬أمواتها نفوس اختلقت لتموت ولم تخلق لتعيش وتك ّرم‪..‬‬ ‫أيقظوا ضمائركم قبل أن تستيقظوا من نومكم ‪,‬قبل أن تستنفروا على من‬ ‫ظلمكم‪ ..‬استنفروا على ظلم أنفسكم بأيديكم‪..‬‬

‫■ إذا كانت لديك مشاركة أو تعليق أو استفسار يتعلق بأي موضوع تم‬ ‫طرحه في هذا العدد‪,‬أو كانت لديك فكرة من أجل تطوير األعداد القادمة ‪،‬‬ ‫يمكنك أن تتواصل مع إدارة التحرير على البريد االلكتروني للمجلة ‪:‬‬ ‫‪7atta@alfaisal.edu‬‬ ‫كما يسعدنا انضمامك إلى صفحتنا على فيسبوك‬ ‫‪www.facebook.com/7atta.newsletter‬‬ ‫وعلى حسابنا في تويتر‬ ‫‪@7attaAU‬‬ ‫إدارة التحرير ‪:‬‬ ‫مالك النعسان‬ ‫هاني التركماني‬ ‫فريق التحرير ‪:‬‬ ‫الرباب الشنقيطي‬ ‫زينب أبو دان‬ ‫روابي بن حميد‬ ‫نواف البالي‬ ‫عاصم محمود‬ ‫جميع الحقوق محفوظة لمجلة ”حتى يغيروا ما بأنفسهم ”‬ ‫الملحق العربي في مجلة ‪MED TIMES‬‬ ‫جامعة الفيصل ‪ 2102‬م‬

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‫صفحة خاصة للتضامن مع الشعب السوري ‪:‬‬

‫نبذة عن الثورة السورية‬ ‫بعد مرور حوالي ‪ 04‬عاما من حكم مستبد و ظالم من قبل عصابة مجرمة لسوريا ‪ ...‬قرر الشعب السوري‬ ‫أن ينال حريته ‪ ...‬فرفع شعار ‪ :‬الموت وال المذلة‬ ‫في ‪ 1455-3-51‬انطلقت أول مظاهرة مطالبة بالحرية من مدينة دمشق‬ ‫قبلها بأيام قام أطفال من مدينة درعا بكتابة شعار ”الشعب يريد إسقاط النظام“ على جدران مدرستهم ‪ ،‬فقام‬ ‫رجال األمن باعتقالهم وتعذيبهم ‪ ،‬فانتفض أهل مدينة درعا جميعا من أجل أطفالهم‬ ‫عندها قام النظام السوري بقتل المتظاهرين في درعا واعتقالهم بشكل همجي‪ ،‬وعندها قامت المدن السورية‬ ‫األخرى كحمص وبانياس ومدن أخرى فيما بعد بالتظاهر السلمي دعما إلخوانهم في درعا ‪ ،‬فشن النظام‬ ‫حمالت قتل و اعتقال مشابهة في هذه المدن الثائرة‬ ‫استمر عدد السوريين المنضمين للثورة باالزدياد ‪ ،‬كما استمرت اعمال القمع الوحشية من قبل النظام‬ ‫باالزدياد ايضا‬ ‫وبعد عدة أشهر من القمع الوحشي المستمر ‪ ،‬قرر بعض الضباط والجنود األحرار االنشقاق من الجيش‬ ‫النظامي وتكوين جبهة للدفاع عن المتظاهرين السلميين‬ ‫ازداد عدد المنشقين من الجيش النظامي بازدياد القمع والقتل والتشريد و االعتقال ‪ ،‬حتى تم تكوين ما يعرف‬ ‫اآلن بالجيش السوري الحر والذي يسعى لحماية األهالي من قمع النظام والمساعدة في تحرير سوريا ان شاء‬ ‫هللا‬

‫حقائق عن الثورة السورية‬ ‫اكثر من ‪00,111‬‬ ‫شهيد‬

‫عشرات اآلالف‬ ‫من الجرحى‬

‫عشرات اآلالف‬ ‫من المعتقلين‬

‫من أفضل التغريدات على هاشتاق‬ ‫‪#‬حتى_سوريا‬

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‫عشرات اآلالف‬ ‫من المهجرين‬ ‫والمفقودين‬


‫مسابقة العدد ‪:‬‬

‫الجائزة بقيمة ‪ 033 :‬لاير‬

‫أفضل ‪ 01‬تغريدات على تويتر‬ ‫بقلم الفائز ‪ :‬محمد الرزاز‬

‫إن لحب هللا مجرى في الوريد‪ ،‬ال تشعر به إال إذا كان لك قلبا ً‬ ‫ناعما ً تنعم بين يدي الرحمن منذ أن عرفته‪ ..‬فتأمل أيها العارف!‬

‫ٌ‬ ‫عشق‪ ..‬يحتويه "عش" وال يؤذيه "شق"‪ ..‬هذا هو العشق‬

‫الثورة السورية يجب أن تنتقل من المرحلة "المكية" إلى المرحلة‬ ‫"المدنية"‪ ..‬من (صبراً آل ياسر) إلى (واعدوا لهم ما استطعتم من‬ ‫قوة)‬

‫الثورة السورية مختلفة‪ ،‬فهي ليست فقط مخاض والدة حرية‬ ‫فقط‪ ،‬بل هي آلة إلعادة بناء االنسان‪ ،‬وترسيخ لمفهوم التضحية‪.‬‬

‫الثورة السورية ترسم "بعناية" بعضا ً من مالمح مستقبل البلد بعد‬ ‫الثورة‪ ،‬على المستوى الفكري‪ ،‬الديني واألخالقي‪ ،‬فهذا التعلق‬ ‫المذهل باهلل ليس هباء‬

‫جميل أن يكون لدينا يوم نسميه بيوم (أبي بكر)‪،‬ونقوم فيه باآلتي ‪-‬‬ ‫صيام اليوم ‪-‬زيارة مريض ‪-‬اتباع جنازة ‪ -‬واطعام مسكين )‬

‫ٌ‬ ‫ٌ‬ ‫وعفيفة‬ ‫صادقة في الحب‪،‬‬ ‫تبكيني شخصية أبو بكر كثيراً ‪ ،‬فهي‬ ‫ٌ‬ ‫ومخلصة لما تؤمن به‪ ،‬وتأنسها قلوب األنبياء !‬ ‫في المشاعر‪،‬‬

‫إن لي أخا ً أحبه في هللا حبا ً شديداً! حتى أنني ال أمل مجالسته‬ ‫وحديثه‪ ،‬وإن كان صامتاً‪ ،‬فالصمت يجعلك تصغي "بوضوح"‬ ‫لقلبه!‬

‫إذا كان دين المسيحية هو دين محبة‪ ،‬فدين محمد هو دين‬ ‫الرحمة‪” ،‬وما أرسلناك إال رحمة للعالمين"‬

‫في سوريا‪..‬حبٌ أتاهم باسم عيد! أحم ٌر لبس الشهيد! الحبُّ‬ ‫يحتضن المزيد! رعبٌ يغنيه العديد! شعبٌ يريد وال يريد!‬

‫من أفضل التغريدات على هاشتاق‬ ‫‪#‬حتى_اعالم‬ ‫أحمد صالح‬ ‫تركيزنا على التفاصيل الدقيقة لألمور وتجاهلنا للجوهر يجعل‬ ‫من أنفسنا أشخاص معقدين ال نستطيع التكيّف مع أبسط التغيرات‬ ‫الحياتيّة ! ‪#‬حتى_اعالم‬

‫العنود التركي‬ ‫لم يكن يومًا هدفي بأن أصبح كاألغلبية‪ ،‬فمالي و رأيهم؟‬ ‫‪#‬حتى_اعالم‬

‫مشعل الشهراني‬ ‫'الحريه‪ ،‬حق م ّشرع لإلنسان مالم تختلف مع فطرته الذي خلق‬ ‫عليها والتعدي على هذه الحريه تعتبر جريمه بكامل مفهومه‪..‬‬

‫عبد الرحمن السقيلي‬ ‫علمتني الحياة أن أحاول أن أعامل الشخص بعقله وفكره‬ ‫ومكانه‪ ,‬ليس بعقلي وفكري ومكاني ‪#‬حتى_اعالم‬

‫عبد الرحمن السقيلي‬ ‫على سريري أنتظر أن تغمض عيني وتنام **‬ ‫لكن أتذكر اخوتي بالشام وفلسطين فيذهب النعاس‬

‫العنود التركي‬ ‫يومًا ما سأسرد ألطفالي قصة "قيادة المرأة" وسأقرأ في‬ ‫وجوههم معاني التعجب من جهل الماضي ‪#‬حتى_اعالم‬

‫‪#‬حتى_اعالم‬


‫استفتاء العدد ‪:‬‬ ‫لتبادل اآلراء دور مؤثر على سير مختلف قضايا المجتمع‪.‬ومن هذا المنطلق فقد تم طرح استفتاء يتناول‬ ‫اإلعالم الجديد كأحد أبرز أحاديث الساحة ‪..‬‬ ‫بلغ عدد المصوتين ‪ 49‬طالب وطالبة من مختلف تخصصات الجامعة‬ ‫وفيما يلي استعراض لألسئلة والنتائج موضحة بالرسوم البيانية ‪:‬‬

‫تحليل النتيجة‬ ‫نجد بأن ‪ %49‬من المصوتين يرون أن االعالم الجديد زاد‬ ‫مساحة وحرية التعبير‪ ،‬وهذا قد يدل على مدى وعي الشباب‬ ‫العربي ومعرفته بأهمية وقوة هذه التقنية الحديثة ‪ ،‬كما يدل على‬ ‫الثورة اإلعالمية التي قدمها االعالم الجديد في مجال حرية التعبير‬

‫جواب فراس بقنة على السؤال األول ‪:‬‬ ‫نعم‬

‫تحليل النتيجة‬ ‫أغلب المصوتون يرون أن نسبة االستخدام السيئ لهذه التقنية‬ ‫مساوية لنسبة االستخدام المفيد ‪ ،‬مما يدل على ان هذه التقنية‬ ‫سالح ذو حدين ‪ ،‬كما يدعو للتوعية بخطر هذه التقنية وبنشر‬ ‫الوعي لزيادة نسبة االستخدام المفيد لها‬

‫جواب فراس بقنة على السؤال الثاني ‪:‬‬ ‫اإلستخدام المفيد‬

‫تحليل النتيجة‬ ‫أغلب المصوتون يرون عدم جدوى إنشاء مؤسسات كهذه وقد‬ ‫يرجع ذلك لما ينتج عن هذه الرقابة من تقييد لحرية التعبير في‬ ‫كثير من األحيان‪.‬‬

‫جواب فراس بقنة على السؤال الثالث ‪:‬‬ ‫نعم‬

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‫مق ابلة صحفية ‪:‬‬ ‫بقنة ‪ ” :‬النجاح كما يعطيك يأخذ منك ! “‬ ‫مقابلة صحفية مع اإلعالمي الشاب فراس بقنة‬

‫ما هو هدف فراس من مشروع غيرني و برنامج ”ملعوب علينا“ ؟‬ ‫الهدف في جميع المشاريع التي أقوم بها‪ ،‬و التي ظهر بعضها للمشاهد و‬ ‫بعضها اآلخر ما زال يخفى عليه‪ ،‬هو تغيير بعض األخطاء الشائعة في‬ ‫مجتمعنا سواء كانت على الصعيد االجتماعي أو الشخصي ‪.‬أما عن‬ ‫"غيرني "و" ملعوب علينا "تحديداً فهما مشروعان مكمالن لبعضهما‬ ‫البعض ‪.‬قد يستهدف ملعوب علينا شريحة أكبر يطرح من خاللها‬ ‫المشكلة‪ ،‬و لكن الحل الحقيقي يتم تنفيذه عن طريق مجموعة غيرني‬ ‫الشبابية‪.‬‬

‫ما هي أهم الميزات والسلبيات التي جلبها اإلعالم الجديد لمجتمعاتنا‬ ‫العربية واالسالمية؟‬ ‫المميزات ‪:‬أستطاع المجتمع أن يعبر عن نفسه بشفافية أكبر‪ ،‬واستطاع‬ ‫المسؤولون من خالله معرفة ما يرده المواطن بشكل أوضح‪.‬‬ ‫أما السلبيات فمنها ‪:‬أن البعض يعمد إلى اإلعالم الجديد للتذمر من الحال‬ ‫فقط دون أن يبذل أدنى جهد في تحسين الحال على قدر استطاعته ‪.‬و من‬ ‫هنا أتمنى من الجميع الموازنة والعدل في نقل الصورة و االبتعاد عن‬ ‫التشاؤم المفرط و الفأل في أن الحل موجود والقادم أفضل‪ ،‬ولكن ال‬ ‫يلزمنا إال بذل المجهود‪.‬‬

‫ما أهم العقبات التي واجهتك في برنامجك وكيف تغلبت عليها ؟‬ ‫العقبة الكبرى كانت بإيجاد فريق عمل يؤمن بالفكرة و يقوم بتقديمها‬ ‫بالطريقة التي رسمتها للبرنامج ‪ .‬و ألنـنــا برنـامج يعتمد على التواجد‬ ‫في ساحة الحدث فكانت إحدى العوائق أيضا ً توفر األماكن المناسبة‬ ‫للتصوير‪.‬‬

‫في رأيك كيف يمكن االرتقاء باإلعالم الجديد للوصول لالستخدام األمثل‬ ‫والمنفعة األكبر لهذه التقنية (خصوصا برامج اليوتيوب السعودية مثل‬ ‫على الطاير‪،‬اليكثر‪،‬مسامير‪)...‬؟‬ ‫وضع آلية معتبرة من خاللها يستطيع الشخص الذي ينوي خوض تجربة‬ ‫اإلعالم الجديد الرجوع إليها ومعرفة ما له و ما عليه و ما هي الشروط‬ ‫التي يراعيها و الضوابط التي ينبغي عليه اتبعاها كي يكون على بينة‪.‬‬

‫آالف‬ ‫هناك‬ ‫المشاهدات لبرنامجك على يوتيوب وآالف المتابعين لك على تويتر ‪ ،‬ما‬ ‫هو شعورك كونك تملك كل هذا الجمهور وما اثر ذلك على شخصك ؟‬ ‫أنا على يقين تام بأن المسؤولية المنصبة على عاتقي باتت أثقل‪ ،‬و علي‬ ‫تحمل تبعات كل ما أعمل ‪.‬فالنجاح كما يعطيك يأخذ منك‪ ،‬و هذا ما يحصل‬ ‫معي حاليا ً ‪.‬فالكثير من اإليجابيات انساقت مع نجاح البرنامج كقدرتي على‬ ‫إيصال بعض األفكار التي من شأنها تغيير بعض األخالقيات السلبية في‬ ‫مجتمعنا‪ ،‬و لكن بعض السلبيات تواجدت أيضا ً كتدخل البعض ـ من غير‬ ‫قصد ـ في حياتي الشخصية بشكل أو بآخر ‪.‬و لكن هذا كله متوقع و أنا‬ ‫في مرحلة التأقلم معه و التقدير له‪.‬‬

‫هل ترى إن اإلعالم الجديد قد يتفوق على اإلعالم التقليدي في مجتمعاتنا‬ ‫وما اثر ذلك ؟‬ ‫أنا ال أرى وال أتوقع‪ ،‬أنا أقرأ و أعلم أن اإلعالم الجديد في فترته الحالية‬ ‫ضحاها ‪.‬وخير دليل‬ ‫فوق ولكنّ هذا قد ال يحدث في ليلة و ُ‬ ‫في طريقه لل ّت ّ‬ ‫على كون اإلعالم الجديد منافس قوي هو محاوالت اإلعالم التقليدي‬ ‫لمواكبة هذا التطور بالتوسع عبر منافذ اإلعالم الجديد‪ ،‬راجيا ً لهم‬ ‫التوفيق‪.‬‬

‫س‪ -5‬هل تذكر لنا موقفا طريفا أو مميزا أثناء تصويرك ألحد حلقات‬ ‫"ملعوب علينا "؟‬ ‫في كل المشاريع التي أقوم بها هناك الليلة التي تسبق المشروع‪ ،‬و هذه‬ ‫الليلة هي أصعب ليلة ال أستطيع معها النوم ‪.‬حدث ذلك مع غيرني قبل‬ ‫انطالقها وتكررت الحادثة مع ملعوب علينا ‪.‬قبل تصوير الحلقة األولى‬ ‫راودتني فكرة االنسحاب و الحت لي عالمات فشل البرنامج و الخذالن‬ ‫الذي سأسببه لنفسي حينها ‪.‬و لكني أؤمن بأن النجاح ليس في النتائج‬ ‫اإليجابية لعملك و لكنه في قدرتك على تجاوز الفشل الكامن في ذاتك و‬ ‫تجربة ما تخافه ‪.‬و بعد تصوير الحلقة األولى و نجاحها التي ال زلت أرى‬ ‫فيها بعض األخطاء حتى اآلن آمنت أكثر بأن النجاح هو المقدرة على‬ ‫اإلقدام ال التردد‪.‬‬

‫ما هي مشاريعك المستقبلية في مجال اإلعالم الجديد ؟‬ ‫"استعينوا على قضاء حوائجكم بالكتمان"‬ ‫في حسابك على تويتر كنت من أوائل من أضاف شعار علم االستقالل‬ ‫السوري لصورتك ‪ ...‬إلى أي حد قد تخدم مثل هذه الفعاليات الشعب‬ ‫السوري المضطهد ؟‬ ‫هي قد ال تدعمهم بشكل مباشر‪ ،‬و لكنها أدنى الكمال و أقل ما يستطيع‬ ‫مثلي تقديمه إلخواننا من الشعب السوري ‪.‬هي في تصوري تذكير‬ ‫للمتابعين بأن لنا إخوة في سوريا يحتاجون دعمنا بالدعاء و بما‬ ‫نستطيع ‪.‬هي تذكير حتى ال تموت هذه القضية في األذهان و في القلوب ‪.‬‬ ‫و هي بالتأكيد ليست كل الحل‪ ،‬ولكنها بعضه‪.‬‬


‫بسم اهلل الرمحن الرحيم‬ ‫مجلة دورية ملحقة بـ ‪ MED TIMES‬تصدر عن طالب كلية الطب في جامعة الفيصل‬ ‫الموسم الرابع ‪0100‬‬

‫على الطاير‬

‫ملعوب علينا‬

‫مع عمر حسين‬

‫العدد الثاني‬

‫مع فراس بقنة‬

‫برنامج يلقي الضوء بكل جرأة على مواضيع مهمة‬ ‫وحساسة بالمجتمع السعودي ‪.‬‬

‫برنامج يتناول مواضيع المجتمع السعودي‬ ‫ويعرضها بطريقة ساخرة وممتعة ‪.‬‬

‫مقدمة العدد‬

‫اإلعالم الجديد [مجهر]‪,‬إذ يُظهر ما يخفى على اإلعالم التقليدي‪..‬ومن خالله ‪ ,‬تحوّل كل فرد‬ ‫إلى [صحفي] قائم بذاته ‪.‬‬

‫احسبها صح‬

‫مع د‪.‬أمجد قورشة‬

‫برنامج يعرض سلوكيات خاطئة أو ظاهرة منتشرة‬ ‫بين الشباب ويناقشها بأسلوب بسيط وممتع‪.‬‬

‫تقرؤون في هذا العدد‬ ‫الصفحة األولى‬ ‫اإلعالم الجديد!‬

‫الصفحة الرابعة‬ ‫مسابقة العدد‬

‫اإلعالم الجديد [سالح ذو حدين]‪ ,‬إذ أنه سالح فعّال يصيب في مقتل‪,‬غير أنه يخدم مستخدمه‬ ‫دون اإللتفات إلى غايته أخيرًا أم شرًا‪.‬‬ ‫اإلعالم الجديد [صوت مسموع]‪ ,‬إذ يصدح بصوت المهمشين ويوصله إلى آذان المسؤولين‪.‬‬ ‫اإلعالم الجديد [ ُمكتَشف]‪,‬إذ يكشف المواهب المكبوتة ويلقي عليها الضوء ويبرزها‪.‬‬ ‫اإلعالم الجديد [بيت صغير] ‪ ,‬إذ يجمع مستخدميه من أنحاء شتّى ويوحّد شتاتهم الذي فرقته‬ ‫الحدود ‪.‬‬ ‫بقلم ‪ :‬الرباب الشنقيطي ‪ -‬نائب رئيس التحرير‬

‫الصفحة الخامسة‬ ‫الصفحة الثانية‬ ‫مقابلة مع فراس بقنة صفحة خاصة للتضامن‬ ‫مع الشعب السوري‬ ‫الصفحة الثالثة‬ ‫استفتاء العدد‬

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