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Title: تفسير آيات الأحكام عند ابن عاشور جمعا ودراسة من الآية 26 من سورة الأنفال إلى الآية 75 من خلال التحرير والتنوير
Authors: محمد طاهر عبدالله جبريل
Keywords: تفسير القرآن الكريم
الإمام ابن عاشور
آيات الأحكام
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية ـ عمادة الدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي والنشر ـ كلية القرآن الكريم ـ قسم: التفسير وعلوم القرآن
Abstract: Is aimed at highlighting ibn Ashour's personality and his approach to interpreting the Qur'an, and deriving jurisprudential judgments from the verses of the judgments from verse 26 to verse 75 of Surat al-Anfal through the interpretation of liberation and enlightenment collectively and study. The research is based on the descriptive and inductive approach to investigate the part of Ibn Ashour's interpretation. Through his research, the researcher concluded that Ibn Ashur has a high scientific standing, as he excelled and explored various types of sciences, including the science of interpretation. And that his interpretation is a large scientific encyclopedia that a student of knowledge cannot dispense with due to the large number of useful sciences collected in it, and that Ibn Ashour took a comprehensive approach in his interpretation, through which he cared about the aspects of the Qur’an’s miracles and the fit of the verse to each other and among the purposes of the surah as he was concerned with analyzing words and clarifying the meanings of the vocabulary and deducing the benefits. He did not neglect the statement of the verses of the jurisprudential rulings except that he did not expand the presentation of the jurisprudential opinions in some of the verses, and he also concluded that the most important rulings mentioned in Surat Al-Anfal from verses 26 to 75 are to urge the piety of God Almighty and to indicate his bounty, the ruling on the repentance of the infidel, the necessity of fighting, the rulings on dividing the spoils and the disbursements The khums, etiquette and rules of fighting, the necessity of preparing the waiting period, the ruling on conciliation with the infidels, the warriors upon request, the necessity of loyalty to Muslims and hostility to the unbelievers, the rulings of prisoners, the rule of inheritance and the permissibility of abrogation the Qur’an by the Qur’an. In the end, the researcher recommended studying the questions of belief, the objectives of the Sharia, the purposes of the Suras and their occasions, and expanding the study of the jurisprudential rulings that Ibn Ashour referred to in his interpretation, as well as the study of rhetorical, grammatical, morphological and linguistic issues through the interpretation of Ibn Ashour.
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