Withdrawal Policy

Withdrawal policy for Al-Kashaf Journal:

  • Authors may withdraw their manuscripts at any time before the manuscript is published.
  • To withdraw a manuscript, the authors must submit a written request to the editor-in-chief.
  • The request must include the title of the manuscript, the authors' names, and the reason for the withdrawal.
  • The editor-in-chief will review the request and may grant the withdrawal if the reason is deemed to be valid.
  • Valid reasons for withdrawal include:
    • A major mistake or error in the manuscript is discovered.
    • The manuscript is plagiarized or contains other forms of academic misconduct.
    • The manuscript is no longer relevant or accurate.
    • The authors are unable to complete the revisions requested by the editor-in-chief.
  • If the withdrawal is granted, the manuscript will be removed from the journal website and will not be published.
  • The authors may be asked to provide evidence to support their reasons for withdrawal.
  • The editor-in-chief may refuse to grant a withdrawal request if the reason is deemed to be invalid.
  • In cases where a withdrawal request is denied, the authors may appeal the decision to the editorial board.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind when withdrawing a manuscript from Al-Kashaf Journal:

  • The withdrawal policy is subject to change. Authors should always check the latest version of the policy before submitting a withdrawal request.
  • The editor-in-chief may impose additional conditions on a withdrawal request. For example, the editor-in-chief may require the authors to sign a statement explaining the reasons for the withdrawal.
  • The withdrawal policy does not apply to manuscripts that have already been published. Once a manuscript has been published, it cannot be withdrawn.