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جوجل تحتفل بعيد الأب 2013

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جوجل تحتفل بعيد الأب 2013 , من خلال وضع صورة لأب يحمل ابنه , ويسير امام شعار جوجل ,علي الصفحة الرئيسية لمحرك البحث "قوقل" .
اليكم الموضوع التالي الذي يبين أصول عيد الأب وكيف نشأت الفكرة ..

عيد الأب هو احتفالية عالمية لا دينية لتكريم الأباء يتم الاحتفال بها في عدة أيام مختلفة حول العالم، وهو يعادل الاحتفال بعيد الأم والذي يخصص لتكريم الأمهات.
وتختلف أيام الاحتفالات بعيد الأب حول العالم فمثلا في عدد من الدول العربية كسوريا ولبنان يتم الاحتفال به في 21 يونيو من كل عام، وفي إيطاليا و البرتغال و بوليفيا يحتفل به في 19 مارس من كل عام، وفي دول كالهند، غانا،باكستان، سويسرا وتركيا احتفل به في 21 يونيو 2009. ويعتبر هذا اليوم عطلة رسمية في بلدان كالولايات المتحدة.
في البلدان الكاثوليكية ، احتفل بعيد الآباء منذ القرون الوسطى اعتبارا من 19 آذار/جوان ، و هو عيد القديس يوسف . ومع ذلك، كان من الصعب بكثير الاحتفال بعيدالأمهات دينيا، والمهرجانات المكرسة لمريم العذراء ، أم يسوع، ما هي الااحتفالات تكريما للعذرية. وقد تم الحفاظ على تاريخ 19 مارس في بعض البلدان منذ الكاثوليكية تقليديا.
تم إنشاء واحدة من الاحتفالات غير الدينية الأولى للآباء في عام 1912 في الولايات المتحدة. إلا أنه لايتم الاحتفال بيوم الأب عالميا كيوم الأم ، وقد يكون السبب في الاهتمام بيوم الأم خاصة هو التغطية على وجود قوانين تنتهك حقوق المرأة في جميع أنحاء العالم . ولم تذكر في كتب اعلام النبلاء

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Father's Day was inaugurated in the United States in the early 20th century to complement Mother's Day in celebrating fatherhood and male parenting.

After the success obtained by Anna Jarvis with the promotion of Mother's Day in the US, some[who?] wanted to create similar holidays for other family members, and Father's Day was the choice most likely to succeed.[citation needed] There were other persons in the US who independently thought of "Father's Day",[1][2] but the credit for the modern holiday is often given to Sonora Dodd,[2] who was the driving force behind its establishment.

Father's Day was founded in Spokane, Washington at the YMCA in 1910 by Sonora Smart Dodd, who was born in Arkansas.
 Its first celebration was in the Spokane YMCA on June 19, 1910.[3][4] Her father, the Civil War veteran William Jackson Smart, was a single parent who raised his six children there.

 After hearing a sermon about Jarvis' Mother's Day in 1909, she told her pastor that fathers should have a similar holiday honoring them.

 Although she initially suggested June 5, her father's birthday, the pastors did not have enough time to prepare their sermons, and the celebration was deferred to the third Sunday of June

It did not have much success initially. In the 1920s, Dodd stopped promoting the celebration because she was studying in the Art Institute of Chicago, and it faded into relative obscurity, even in Spokane.
 In the 1930s Dodd returned to Spokane and started promoting the celebration again, raising awareness at a national level.

 She had the help of those trade groups that would benefit most from the holiday, for example the manufacturers of ties, tobacco pipes, and any traditional present to fathers.

 Since 1938 she had the help of the Father's Day Council, founded by the New York Associated Men's Wear Retailers to consolidate and systematize the commercial promotion.

 Americans resisted the holiday during a few decades, perceiving it as just an attempt by merchants to replicate the commercial success of Mother's Day, and newspapers frequently featured cynical and sarcastic attacks and jokes.

 But the trade groups did not give up: they kept promoting it and even incorporated the jokes into their adverts, and they eventually succeeded.[10] By the mid 1980s the Father's Council wrote that "(...) [Father's Day] has become a Second Christmas for all the men's gift-oriented industries.

A bill to accord national recognition of the holiday was introduced in Congress in 1913.
 In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson went to Spokane to speak in a Father's Day celebration[13] and wanted to make it official, but Congress resisted, fearing that it would become commercialized.[14] US President Calvin Coolidge recommended in 1924 that the day be observed by the nation, but stopped short of issuing a national proclamation.

 Two earlier attempts to formally recognize the holiday had been defeated by Congress
 In 1957, Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith wrote a proposal accusing Congress of ignoring fathers for 40 years while honoring mothers, thus "[singling] out just one of our two parents".

 In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day.[14] Six years later, the day was made a permanent national holiday when President Richard Nixon signed it into law in 1972.

In addition to Father's Day, International Men's Day is celebrated in many countries on November 19 for men and boys who are not fathers.