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This study aims to identify the concept of rebellion and its manifestations in Arabic poetry from the pre-Islamic era to the modern era, and the most important poetic models that embody the rebellion in all its forms. The study reached several results, the most important of which are: the linguistic meaning of the rebellion revolves around exodus, transcendence and tyranny. The rebellion in ignorant poetry is poverty, a sense of injustice and the absence of just laws. The rebellion in modern Arab poetry has varied between rebellion against regimes and rulers, rebellion against the Zionist occupation, rebellion against society and the nature of life.