About Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis’ Articles in Reviews, Magazines & Newspapers

About Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis’ Articles in Reviews, Magazines & Newspapers

(1985 -1994, Greece – Turkey – Iran / in Greek or English – in ascending order)

1 POLITIKA THEMATA

1. A Permanent War: between Iraq and Iran, in: Politika Themata (Political Affairs), 12 – 18/4/85, p. 25 – 28
2. In the Tribulation of War between Iraq and Iran, in: Politika Themata, 19– 25/4/85, p. 26 – 28
3. In the Tribulation of War between Iraq and Iran, in: Politika Themata, 26/4 – 2/5/85, p. 26 – 28
4. In the Tribulation of War between Iraq and Iran, in: Politika Themata, 3 – 9/5/85, p. 28 – 29
5. An Endless War, in: Politika Themata, 17 – 23/5/85, p. 57 – 58
6. The Daily Life in Remote Anatolia, in: Politika Themata, 14 – 20/6/85, p. 31 – 32
7. The Greek Community in Iran, in: Apodimos (‘Greeks Abroad’ / fasc. 35), August 1985, p. 30 – 31
8. A Raga for Rajiv, in: Tetarto (‘Fourth’ / fasc. 5), September 1985, p. 42 – 44
9. The Greek Community in Iran, in: Apodimos (fasc. 36), September 1985, p. 42 – 44
10. Persia: A Society in War, in: Tetarto (fasc. 6), October 1985, p. 37 – 41

1 TETARTO

11. Turkey – Remote Anatolia. An Itinerary in Twelve Civilizations, in: Politika Themata, 11 – 17/10/85, p. 30 – 31
12. Turkey – Remote Anatolia. An Itinerary in Twelve Civilizations, in: Politika Themata, 18 – 24/10/85, p. 30 – 31
13. Turkey – Remote Anatolia. An Itinerary in Twelve Civilizations, in: Politika Themata, 25 – 31/10/85, p. 31 – 32
14. The Daily Life in Savur – In the Remote Anatolia, in: Politika Themata, 1 – 7/11/85, p. 31 – 32 (For this article I was awarded Abdi Ipekci Prize / see Section Awards)
15. Allah U Akbar – The God is the Greatest. The ideology of the Shia Muslims, the followers of Khomeini. The theory of the Twelfth Imam, in: Tetarto (fasc. 8), December 1985, p. 47 – 51
16. The Turkish Economy in 1985. Data and Perspectives, in: Politika Themata, 6 – 12/12/85, p. 31 – 32
17. The Turkish Economy in 1985. Data and Perspectives, in: Politika Themata, 13 – 19/12/85, p. 30 – 31
18. Caverns as Chthonic Places in the Ancient Semitic Beliefs, in: Archeologia (fasc. 17), November 1985, p. 30 – 34
19. Writing and Image: the Egyptian Hieroglyphics, in: Dipli Eikona (Double Image), (fasc. 6) January 1986, p. 39 – 60
20. Greece, Turkey and Democracy, in: Politika Themata, 14 – 20/2/86, p. 31 – 32
21. Greece, Turkey and Democracy, in: Politika Themata, 21 – 27/2/86, p. 31 – 32
22. Greece, Turkey and Democracy, in: Politika Themata, 28/2 – 6/3/86, p. 43
23. The Myth of the Errant Jew, in: Anexigito (Inexplicable), March 1986, p. 26 – 33
24. Byzantium in the East: Caesarea of Cappadocia – the foundations of the Trinity, in: Anexigito (Inexplicable), March 1986, p. 44 – 45
25. The Use of Chemical Weapons by Iraq, in: Nea Oikologia, April 1986, p. 17 – 19

1 NEA OIKOLOGIA

26. Byzantium in the East: Sebasteia of Cappadocia – the City of Heroism and Self-Sacrifice, in: Anexigito, April 1986, p. 82 – 83
27. In the Warfront between Iran and Iraq, in: Politika Themata, 4 – 10/4/86, p. 30 – 32
28. The Iran – Iraq War: the great attack through Kurdistan, in: Politika Themata, 11 – 17/4/86, p. 31 – 32
29. Through the first line of the Warfront between Iran and Iraq, in: Politika Themata, 25/4 – 1/5/86, p. 31 – 32
30. An Itinerary in the Imam’s Iran, in: Anexigito, May 1986, p. 116 – 127
31. In the Warfront between Iran and Iraq, in: Politika Themata, 9 – 15/5/86, p. 31 – 33
32. The forgotten war of the Kurds of Iran and Iraq, in: Antilogos, 11/5/86, p. 10
33. The Minorities against Khomeini (published anonymously), in: Politika Themata, 16 – 22/5/86, p. 32 – 33
34. Political Life in the Islamic Republic of Iran, in: Antilogos, 18/5/86, p. 10
35. Syria, the country and the people, in: Politika Themata, 23 – 29/5/86, p. 24, 44
36. Syria, the country and the people, in: Politika Themata, 30 – 5/6/86, p. 44 – 45
37. What happens in Iraq after Khomeini, in: Methavrio (After-tomorrow), June – August 1986, p. 83 – 87 (largely altered and falsified by the publisher, a Greek swindler impersonating a journalist and personal friend of the late president Caramanlis)
38. Byzantium in the East: Theodosiopolis (Erzurum): the land of Greeks – the city of the limit, in: Anexigito, June – July 1986, p. 188 – 189
39. How a ‘terrorist act’ is being fabricated, in: Politika Themata, 13 – 19/6/86, p. 32 – 33
40. The real dimensions of the Middle Eastern problem, in: Antilogos, 15/6/86, p. 11
41. Problems of brotherly countries: the Syrian – Iraqi rapprochement, in: Politika Themata, 27/6 – 3/7/86, p. 31 – 32
42. In the forgotten war Iran – Iraq, in: Antilogos, 28/6/86, p. 11
43. In the steps of Alexander the Great, in: Antilogos, 12 – 13/7/86, p. 16 – 17
44. Byzantium in the East: Malatya (Melitene), the Red Apple Tree (Kokkiki Milia), in: Anexigito, August 1986, p. 236 – 237
45. Zagros and Kurdistan in flames, in: Antilogos, 2 – 3/8/86, p. 11
46. The Greek Middle Eastern Policy, in Soroush (Tehran), fasc. 53 – 55, July – September 1986, p. 3 – 5
47. The relations between USSR and Israel, in: Politika Themata, 25/9 – 2/10/86, p. 33 – 35
48. The Kurds and the problems of interdisciplinary historical researches.Book review of the publication ‘The Kurds. A historical people forgotten’ (Greek Association for the Rights and the Liberation of Peoples), in: Diavazo (‘I read’), (154) 5/10/86, p. 53 – 56

1 DIAVAZO

49. The French – Tunisian relations, in: Politika Themata, 17 – 23/10/86, p. 34 – 35
50. The Way to Kerbala, in: Politika Themata, 7 – 13/11/86, p. 30 – 32
51. Byzantium in the East: Edessa of Osrhoene (Urfa) – From Abraham’s Crossing to a Metropolis of Oriental Christianity, in: Anexigito, November 1986, p. 104 – 106
52. Recent developments in the Iraqi and Iranian Kurdistan, in: Politika Themata, 21 – 27/11/86, p. 32 – 33
53. Recent developments in the Iraqi and Iranian Kurdistan, in: Politika Themata, 28/11 – 4/12/86, p. 32 – 33
54. Precipitated developments in the Middle East, in: Epopteia (Overview), (fasc. 118) December 1986, p. 58 – 61
55. The Magicians – Magi and their religion, in: Anexigito, December 1986, p. 131
56. Byzantium in the East: Marasion – Germanikeia: the famous Kahraman Marash and the Maiden’s Castle (Tis Orias to Kastro), in: Anexigito, December 1986, p. 104 – 106
57. The Mithraic Ideology in the Literature and Art (An introduction to the phases of Mithraism), in: Dipli Eikona, (fasc. 8 – 9) July – December 1986, p. 71 – 93
58. Recent developments in the Iraqi and Iranian Kurdistan, in: Politika Themata, 12 – 18/12/86, p. 36 – 37
59. The Greeks in Euphrates, in: I Evdomi (The Seventh), 14/12/86, p. 20
60. Hellenism in Euphrates, book review of ‘The limit of Euphrates’ by P. Athanasiadis, in: Diavazo, (157) 17/12/86, p. 145 – 148
61. In the footsteps of Alexander the Great, in: ENA, (51) 18/12/86, p. 32 – 37

1 ΕΝΑ

62. Recent developments in the Iraqi and Iranian Kurdistan, in: Politika Themata, 19 – 25/12/86, p. 32 – 33
63. Political Life in Islamic Persia, in: Epopteia, (fasc. 119) January 1987, p. 19 – 25
64. Arabic, Muslim and Islamic, in: Epopteia, (fasc. 119) January 1987, p. 21
65. Sunni and Shia: the roots of the difference, in: Epopteia, (fasc. 119) January 1987, p. 29 – 37

1 EPOPTEIA

66. International attitudes toward Islamic Iran, in: Epopteia, (fasc. 119) January 1987, p. 38 – 48
67. Assurbanipal Suffering (and in frame: ‘Assyrian expansion and hindrances to Assyrian expansionism’ and ‘Assurbanipal and Sardanapalus’), in: Anexigito, January 1987, p. 212 – 223
68. The inadequate instruction of History in the Greek Secondary Education – The chapter on the History of Ancient Oriental Peoples, in: Synchroni Ekpaideusi (Modern Education), (fasc. 32) January – February 1987, p. 39 – 45

1 SYNHRONI EKPAIDEUSI

69. An itinerary in the Promised Land, in: Techni kai Logos (Art and Word), December 1986 – January 1987, p. 60 – 69
70. Middle East: And there is no peace, in: Epiloges (‘Selection’ – Greek edition of Reader’s Digest), January 1987, p. 12 – 18
71. The Greek Middle East Policy, in: Middle East Business and Banking (Istanbul), fasc. 6 (1), January 1987, p. 23 – 26
72. In the steps of Alexander the Great – Past and present in Ekbatana (Hamedan), in: Politika Themata, 16 – 22/1/87, p. 31 – 33
73. Khomeini’s worship, in: Stohos (‘Target’), 22/1/87, p. 7 (undersigned anonymously as ‘an upset patriot’)
74. In the steps of Alexander the Great – The infinite destruction of Susa, in: Politika Themata, 23 – 29/1/87, p. 31 – 32 and 46
75. Alexander the Great according to the Quran and the Oriental beliefs, in: Politika Themata, 30/1 – 5/2/87, p. 31 – 32
76. Is the finlandization of Greece possible?, in: Epopteia, (fasc. 120) February 1987, p. 32 – 33
77. Assurbanipal – Messiah (and in frame: ‘Assyria and the nomadic peoples’ and ‘Assyrians, Medes and Urartu’), in: Anexigito, February 1987, p. 44 – 54
78. Persia 1987 – Shiraz and Persepolis, in: Politika Themata, 6 – 12/2/87, p. 31 – 32
79. Persia 1987 – Shiraz and Persepolis, in: Politika Themata, 13 – 19/2/87, p. 30 – 31
80. The inadequate instruction of History in the Greek Secondary Education – The chapter on the History of Ancient Oriental Peoples, in: Synchroni Ekpaideusi (Modern Education), (fasc. 33) March – April 1987, p. 82 – 96
81. The inadequate instruction of History in the Greek Secondary Education – The chapter on the History of Ancient Oriental Peoples, in: Synchroni Ekpaideusi (Modern Education), (fasc. 34) May – June 1987, p. 64 – 75
82. Byzantium in the East: Amida – Diyarbakir, the Kurdish Paris, in: Anexigito, May 1987, p. 214 – 215
83. The Kurds and their world, in: Epiloges, May 1987, p. 8 – 15
84. In the real origins of all the Middle eastern problems: there are no Arabs, in: Politika Themata, 1 – 7/5/87, p. 32 – 33
85. Islamization and Arabization, in: Politika Themata, 15 – 21/5/87, p. 31 – 32
86. Jerusalem, in: Epiloges, June 1987, p. 12 – 21
87. Kurds and Armenians, in: Politika Themata, 3 – 9/7/87, p. 31 – 32
88. Byzantium in the East: Mardin, the Jacobite Syriac Margdis, in: Anexigito, August 1987, p. 98 – 99
89. The Armenian Communities in Iran, in: Armenis Fendayi, (fasc. 97) September 1987, p. 16 – 17
90. Byzantium in the East: Nasibina – Nisbis – Nusaybin: the metropolis of Monophysitism, in: Anexigito, September 1987, p. 126 – 127
91. Byzantium in the East: Ayntab – Gaziantep, the ancient town of Doliche, in: Anexigito, October 1987, p. 218 – 219
92. The Armenian Communities in Iran, in: Armenis Fendayi, (fasc. 98) October 1987, p. 16 – 18
93. The Greeks of Cappadocia and the Greek – Turkish relations.Book review of ‘Cappadocia. The last Greeks of the region Aksaray – Golveri (Karbali)’ by E. S. Sakka – Karatza, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 176) 14/10/87, p. 68 – 72
94. The Kurds between Islam and nationalism, in: Epiloges, November 1987, p. 20 – 31
95. The first moments of Armenian History, in: Armenis Fendayi, (fasc. 99) November 1987, p. 15 – 16
96. Byzantium in the East: Antioch – Antakya, the City – Goddess: the Queen of the Orient, in: Anexigito, December 1987, p. 18 – 19
97. World politics in the 5th century: the Persian – Roman relations. Book review of ‘The diplomatic relations between Byzantium and Persia’ by Katerina Synelli, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 180) 9/12/87, p. 107 – 110
98. Byzantium in the East: Iconium of the Gentiles: the light of the Greek Islam, in: Anexigito, January 1988, p. 100 – 103
99. The Ancient History of Yemen, in: Anexigito, January 1988, p. 84 – 85
100. Mithras in the conquest of the Gentiles (and in frame: Mithraic monotheism: an analysis), in: Epiloges, January 1988, p. 20 – 29
101. The cosmological ideas and considerations of the Ancient Assyrians, in: Astronautiki (Astronautics), January – February 1988, p. 73 – 79
102. Islam and History, in: Anexigito, February – March 1988, p. 152 – 159
103. Alexander the Great: Prophet of the Greeks, according to the Islamic traditions, in: Anexigito, February – March 1988, p. 150 – 151
104. Cosmas Indicopleustes and his travels, in: Anexigito, February – March 1988, p. 143
105. The Periplus of Hanno around the Western African coast, in: Anexigito, February – March 1988, p. 141 – 142
106. The real dimensions of love and sex in the world religions. Book review of ‘Loves of Saints’ by D. Halivelakis, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 186) 1/3/88, p. 69 – 76
107. Alexander the Great: Prophet of the Greeks according to Islamic traditions, in: Tote (Then), (fasc. 32/5) March 1988, p. 73 – 79
108. The cosmological ideas and considerations of the Ancient Assyrians, in: Astronautiki (Astronautics), March – April 1988, p. 66 – 76
109. Greek identity and the Middle Ages. Review of the annual ‘Byzantinos Domos’, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 189) 13/4/88, p. 82 – 86
110. To the Unknown Allah! Islam: unknown and misunderstood in Greece. Book review of ‘Political History of the Islamic Area’ by C. Patelos, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 190) 27/4/88, p. 129 – 145
111. Byzantium in the East: Istanbul – Constantinople, the Lunar City, in: Anexigito, June 1988, p. 38 – 45

1 ANEXIGITO

The entire article was turned to video-presentation in two parts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6J3C6tmUho & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PThR3UvhaHc

112. Modern mysticism and Ancient History. Book review of ‘Thebes, the lost city’ by G. A. Livraga (Greek edition), in: Diavazo, (fasc. 193) 8/6/88, p. 83 – 87
114. The Unknown World and Space according to the ideas and the considerations of the Ancient Assyrians, in: Astronautiki (Astronautics), July – August 1988, p. 68 – 75
115. The real Greek – Turkish rapprochement. Book review of ‘First subject: the rapprochement with the Turkish people’ by A. Politakis, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 201) 26/10/88, p. 75 – 81
116. The Phoenician Origin of the Greek Alphabet, in: Eleftherotypia (Press Freedom), 5/5/89, p. 35

1 eleftherotypia

117. Image and aniconic ideology, in: Photographos (Photographer), (fasc. 2) February 1990, p. 38 – 39
118. Suggestions concerning the existing problems in Thrace, in: Politika Themata, 2 – 8/3/90, p. 44
119. Suggestions concerning the existing problems in Thrace, in: Exormisi (Sortie), 5/3/90, p. 7
120. Has History been always secret? Book review of Il pendolo di Foucault (Greek edition) by Umberto Eco, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 235) 21/3/90, p. 113 – 128
121. Greece’s great potentialities in the Middle East and the Greek – Turkish relationship, in Exormisi (Sortie), 18/4/90, p. 7

1 exormisi

122. The burning of the Library of Alexandria, in: Avgi (Aurora), 29/4/90, p. 19

1 Augi

123. The spectrum of water wars threatens the Middle East, in: Politika Themata, 20 – 2/7/90, p. 41 – 42
124. Love and sex in Ancient Mesopotamia, in: Hypatia, fasc. 9 (Spring 1989), p. 65 – 70
125. Andreas Papandreou, a possible mediator between Israel and the Palestinians, in: Vorras / Notos (North / South), (fasc. 1/b/4) November 1990, p. 3 – 4
126. A new war possible in the Middle East: the terrible memories of the Iran – Iraq war, in: Photographos, (fasc. 6) November – December 1990, p. 60 – 63
127. The Greek Islam, in: Anexigito, February 1991, p. 268 – 272
128. The confusion of tongues and the Babel Tower, in: Trito Mati (Third Eye), June 1991, p. 26 – 31
129. Aniconic painting, art and ideology, in: Anexigito, July 1991, p. 220 – 221
130. The Flood and the malediction of the Gentiles, in: Trito Mati, September 1991, p. 68 – 71
131. The self-destruction of a scholar. Book review of ‘The third ideology and Orthodoxy’ by D. Kitsikis, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 272) 16/10/91, p. 68 – 71 132. Monotheism and idolatrous polytheism, in: Trito Mati, November 1991, p. 60 – 64
133. When one sues Umberto Eco, in: Trito Mati, November 1991, p. 8
134. Who discovered America?, in: Trito Mati, November 1991, p. 8 – 9
135. Book review of the Greek edition of ‘The Intriguing Kingdom of the Prophet Mansur in the Caucasus region’ by Giovanni Battista Boetti (ed. Stohastis, Athens, 1991), in: Trito Mati, November 1991, p. 76 – 77
136. Review of the annual ‘Byzantinos Domos’, in: Diavazo, (fasc. 274) 13/6/91, p. 70
137. Islam and Science, in: Trito Mati, January 1992, p. 9
138. Astronomy in the 3rd millennium BCE, in: Trito Mati, January 1992, p. 9
139. Electricity in Ancient Assyria, in: Trito Mati, January 1992, p. 10
140. Mithraism and Christianity, in: Trito Mati, January 1992, p. 46
141. Mani and the Manichaeans’ teachings and beliefs about Jesus, in: Trito Mati, January 1992, p. 52
142. Electricity in Ancient Egypt, in: Trito Mati, February 1992, p. 8

1 trito mati

143. Are the British part of the descendants of the ten tribes of Ancient Israel? Has Elizabeth II been crowned on David’s throne? (including following annexes: Did William Blake really know about the origins of the British?; A possible itinerary for the Liafail; Light shed on the disappearance of the Ancient Assyrians; the disappearance of the Sabians, a historical nation dedicated to the awaiting of the Messiah; Who were the Cimmerians, and whose ancestors have they been?; Names of places, tribes, and nations), in: Trito Mati, February 1992, p. 34 – 42
144. Book review of the Greek edition of ‘Searching for Dr. Livingstone in Africa’ by H. M. Stanley (ed. Stohastis, Athens, 1992), in: Trito Mati, February 1992, p. 74 – 75
145. The beginning of the confrontation between God and Evil, in: Trito Mati, September 1992, p. 62 – 64
146. Anarchy: at the origins of the concept of political power, in: Trito Mati, May 1993, p. 46 (published anonymously)
147. The Time stopped in Sudan before 2000 years, in: Trito Mati, June 1993, p. 48 – 57
148. The largest religious building in the world, in: Trito Mati, September 1993, p. 6
149. The temple of Isis at Philae, in: Trito Mati, September 1993, p. 28 – 33
150. Isis of Philae reveals, in: Trito Mati, September 1993, p. 34 – 35
151. What a priesthood is, and how it functions, in: Trito Mati, September 1993, p. 38 – 44
152. The vision for the Red Apple Tree (Kokkini Milia), in: Trito Mati, September 1993, p. 54 – 58 (under the pseudonym of Vincent Gaulois)
153. The Congress of the ‘Cities of the World Heritage’ at Fes – Morocco, in: Trito Mati, October 1993, p. 7
154. The alteration of the real mankind: thought control since 3000 BCE, in: Trito Mati, October 1993, p. 34 – 40
155. The Garden of the Hesperides (an itinerary in Morocco), in: Ena, 20/10/93, p. 45 – 51
156. The Other History, in: Trito Mati, November 1993, p. 24 – 35
157. Dreams and the related practice in Ancient Egypt, in: Trito Mati, January 1994, p. 36
158. Morocco: travel to the end of the world, in: Trito Mati, February 1994, p. 48 – 54
159. Book review of ‘Hassan II, the memories of a king’ by Eric Laurent, in: Trito Mati, February 1994, p. 56 – 57
160. The temple of Horus at Edfu: the revelation of the archetypal Egyptian Messiah (including annexes: The Isiac myth; A guide to the temple; Interpreting the temple’s architecture; Is God a person?), in: Trito Mati, April 1994, p. 48 – 55
161. From Horus to Christ, in: Trito Mati, May 1994, p. 28 – 34, 42, 44

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